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I can't think what the title doesn't already say. Class 4 is good for HD camcorders which is what this is intended for.
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#1
amazing price for 16gb, Paid £80 for a 16Gig 2 months ago.
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painterpaul
amazing price for 16gb, Paid £80 for a 16Gig 2 months ago.

Well that was silly, I paid around £30 for mine from Amazon about 3 months ago.... :thinking:

Anyway, good price for this.
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#4
painterpaul
amazing price for 16gb, Paid £80 for a 16Gig 2 months ago.


£80!!!!!!! I hope it sings & dances as well :w00t:
#5

Hard to be absolutely sure. I'd be interested if anyone had insight into the specifics of the Bytestor model.

A relatively uneducated opinion based mainly on looking at http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Secure_Digital_card#SD_Speed_Class_Ratings - They're both Class 4 which means they meet minimum standards that make them suitable for devices that demand that - there's scope for a card to exceed the spec and they sometimes (Bytestor doesn't) specify a maximum speed (eg 133x) but generally I'd assume that class 4 is class 4.
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Thanks for posting WessexUnderwater :)
#8
HOt, good find
#9
Anybody know a good SHDC / CF card reader ?
#10
Lovely price, heat and rep added.
#11
painterpaul;5925554
amazing price for 16gb, Paid £80 for a 16Gig 2 months ago.
Let me guess. PC World? Curry's?
banned#12
voted hot!! great deal as u said ideal for hd applications
#13
Guys, I think the description is all messed up. The "Product Features and Technical Details" says:

# ByteStor 4GB Mini SDHC (Secure Digital High Capacity) Card
# A compact memory card
# Complete with adaptor for converting the MiniSDHC card into a full-size SDHC Card
# For use in the latest MiniSDHC-compliant mobile devices such as camera / camcorder and smart phones
# Can also be used in SDHC-compliant devices such as USB readers, digital cameras, MP3 players and mobile phones using the included adaptor
# Save more images, MP3s, movies, ring-tones, games, phonebooks, wallpaper and data files
# High Speed Low power design
# 5 year manufacturer's swap-out warranty
# Complete with a protective case - Stores MiniSDHC card and adaptor.
banned#14
bluejuice
Anybody know a good SHDC / CF card reader ?


CF is an old technology. Most devices that read CF cards can only cope with SD cards.

Looking at 7dayshop, you can get 2 separate readers for a combined price of £7.68

SD/CF reader http://www.7dayshop.com/catalog/product_info.php?cPath=777_6&products_id=101397 just £2.99
SD/SDHC reader http://www.7dayshop.com/catalog/product_info.php?cPath=777_6&products_id=102820 just £3.69
#15
Guys, can anyone help me here please. (There is a connection with this thread, I'm concerned if I buy another HCSD card it won't work):-

I have a problem with my Dad's camcorder, It's a JVC EverioGZ-MS90REK it uses SD cards or HC SD cards.

Now I bought him a Dane-Elec 6Gb HC SD card to go with it for Christmas (Ironically it came supplied with Dane-Elec 2gb SD card) and we've been having problems with the 6Gb card. Sometimes when you pwr up the camcorder it says card error or Card not inserted, other times it wants you to format it etc.

Now looking on the JVC website I note that they only "Support" the following:-

To record video, SD/SDHC card with Class 4 or higher performance is required. SD memory cards (256MB to 2GB) and SDHC memory cards (4GB to 32GB) have been tested for the following brands: Panasonic, Toshiba, SanDisk, ATP. Note that using other media may result in recording failure or data loss. For compatibility of memory cards, please consult an authorised JVC dealer.

So, 3 Q's please fellow forum members - 1) Is HCSD a standard and if so, why do JVC advise only certain brands and 2) What are the chances of this card being offered in this thread working with my dad's camcorder and 3) Would you throw the camcorder back at JVC for non compatibility with other media cards?

PS - There is a slight possiblitly that it's just faulty, but I am very unsure as it never fails with the 2GB normal SD card. Thanks in advance for any help and sorry to hijack the thread.
#16
Cold from me as you can get a 16gb SDHC from Play (the PNY National Geographics approved one) for £16.99. Although its also Class 4, its technically quick enough to fit in Class 6. Works perfectly.
This is good if you're on a budget, but worth the extra £1.35 for the higher speed one IMO.
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#17
bluejuice
Anybody know a good SHDC / CF card reader ?


Poundland do a SDHC reader, can't get cheaper than that! :thumbsup:
#18
bobdylan
Poundland do a SDHC reader, can't get cheaper than that! :thumbsup:

Yep, they are in most pound shops and are great little USB pen type readers. I have been using one for months to transfer HD video off a class6 16GB card into Pinnacle Studio 12 for editing. I bought 3 so I always have one handy. They are a bargain.

Note: Amazon ByteStor 16GB SDHC Class 4 Memory Card now up to £17.99
#19
You can often find SD card readers going for pennies with free delivery on fleabay.

You have to wait for delivery from Hong Kong - typically ten days - and for mini/micro SD you need an adapter to fit the full size SD card slot.

But I've now got four, at a total cost of 33p!

And a nice glowing LED to remind you to turn the PC off before you leave the room.:oops:
#20
eldaras
Guys, I think the description is all messed up. The "Product Features and Technical Details" says:

# ByteStor 4GB Mini SDHC (Secure Digital High Capacity) Card
# A compact memory card
# Complete with adaptor for converting the MiniSDHC card into a full-size SDHC Card
# For use in the latest MiniSDHC-compliant mobile devices such as camera / camcorder and smart phones
# Can also be used in SDHC-compliant devices such as USB readers, digital cameras, MP3 players and mobile phones using the included adaptor
# Save more images, MP3s, movies, ring-tones, games, phonebooks, wallpaper and data files
# High Speed Low power design
# 5 year manufacturer's swap-out warranty
# Complete with a protective case - Stores MiniSDHC card and adaptor.


It says that but its arrived and it is the 16GB one and is ful sized not mini.

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