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Integral UltimaPro 64 GB SDXC Class 10 Memory Card, up to 80 MB/s, U1 Rating £13.99

£13.99 @ Amazon
Ultra-high-speed memory card with up to 80 Mbps transfer speed Ideal for use in DSLR and digital compact cameras and full HD camcorders Store hours of full HD video and thousands of high-resolut… Read More
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5m, 3w agoFound 5 months, 3 weeks ago
Ultra-high-speed memory card with up to 80 Mbps transfer speed

Ideal for use in DSLR and digital compact cameras and full HD camcorders

Store hours of full HD video and thousands of high-resolution images

Class 10 speeds enable faster data transfer from SDHC to PC/Mac (using a card reader) - making photo and video editing fast and reliable

Choose Integral for a high-performance memory card
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5m, 3w agoFound 5 months, 3 weeks ago
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#1
Why cold?
#2
this card is awsome, very fast transfers and superb quality for the price bought a further 2.
#3
mwoodger
Why cold?
Most stuff micro SD...
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stealth666
mwoodger
Why cold?
Most stuff micro SD...

Really? I don't remember many dslr's or compact cameras (as mentioned by the OP) using micro sd cards - things must have changed massively overnight..
#5
woldranger
stealth666
mwoodger
Why cold?
Most stuff micro SD...
Really? I don't remember many dslr's or compact cameras (as mentioned by the OP) using micro sd cards - things must have changed massively overnight..
Should've put 'for DSLR's and Compact Cameras' in the title then ;)
#6
stealth666
woldranger
stealth666
mwoodger
Why cold?
Most stuff micro SD...
Really? I don't remember many dslr's or compact cameras (as mentioned by the OP) using micro sd cards - things must have changed massively overnight..
Should've put 'for DSLR's and Compact Cameras' in the title then ;)


Not sure I'm following your logic here...

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