Kingston 32GB micro sdhc Class 10 memory card from MemoryBits - £10.99 delivered. - HotUKDeals
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I was after a 32GB MicroSD card for my GoPro. Had a quick scan on here and found one I wanted - £11.99. Had a look around some other suppliers to see if it was cheaper elsewhere, and found it on Memory Bits.

I think this has been £10.96 before, so looks like a good price.
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#1
This be ok for a pi or does it make a difference to go for one of the faster ones?
banned#2
great share,thanks
#3
whats faster than class 10?
#4
A class 10 SDXC I think
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The current SDHC specification defines Class 2, 4, 6, 8 and 10

Class 2 minimum speed 2MB/s
Class 4 minimum speed 4MB/s
Class 6 minimum speed 6MB/s
Class 8 minimum speed 8MB/s
Class 10 minimum speed 10MB/s

UHS Speed Class was introduced in 2009 by the SD Association and is designed for SDHC and SDXC memory cards. UHS utilizes a new data bus that will not work in non-UHS host devices. If you use a UHS memory card in a non-UHS host, it will default to the standard data bus and use the "Speed Class" rating instead of the "UHS Speed Class" rating.

UHS

Class 1 Minimum Speed 10MB/s
Class 3 Minimum Speed 30MB/s

According to SanDisk
200X = 30MB/s
300X = 45MB/s
633X = 95MB/s

SDXC is Secure Digital eXtended Capacity (SDXC) format supports cards up to 2 TB (2048 GB) compared to a limit of 32 GB for SDHC cards. SDXC uses Microsoft's exFAT file system as a mandatory feature some devices cannot use Microsoft's exFAT so best to check.

Windows XP (SP2 and later) and Apple (Mac OS X 10.6.5 and later) both support exFAT and SDXC. BSD and Linux systems do not support exFAT out of the box. There is an open-source implementation available as a FUSE module.

researched all this as i just bought a DSLR

Just an FYI my DSLR is the canon EOS 600D and it can write RAW video files to the SanDisk 32GB Ultra (30 MB/s) SDHC Class 10 UHS-I Memory Cards i use at 21 MB/s + according to magic lantern




Edited By: ian30 on Jun 23, 2014 12:48: additional data
#6
Available from MobyMemory for £10.45

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