Kingston - 8GB - Secure Digital Card (SDHC) CLASS 6 - £9.99 Delivered @ picstop - HotUKDeals
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Kingston - 8GB - Secure Digital Card (SDHC) CLASS 6 - £9.99 Delivered

Key features:
Warranty: Lifetime
Min. Sustained Read Speed: 39x (6 MB/Sec)
Class 6 Specification
Min. Sustained Write Speed: 39x (6 MB/Sec)
Dimensions: 24mm X 32mm X 2.1mm
Includes Plastic Case

.. I recently picked up a 4GB Transcend Class 6 SDHC from picstop (£4.99 inc delivery), and it appears to be as fast as my old 2gb SanDisk Extreme III (non-SDHC) card - can't say if the Kingston will be as fast, but my experience so far with Class 6 cards is encouraging! :)
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#1
.. stock image (larger than the one at picstop) from http://www.digitalhomethoughts.com/ :

http://www.digitalhomethoughts.com/images/charette_kingston_8gb_sdhc.jpg
#2
.. this is being voted cold - I'm interested to know where there is a cheaper 8GB Class 6 SD card? Thanks :thumbsup:
banned#3
so hot!
#4
hot, don't forget quidco :thumbsup:
#5
alexq
.. this is being voted cold - I'm interested to know where there is a cheaper 8GB Class 6 SD card? Thanks :thumbsup:


I think it's because there are plenty around at this sort of price.
#6
bamalam
I think it's because there are plenty around at this sort of price.


there's not many class 6 ones around
you can get class 2 sandisks for around 8 quid but i haven't seen a sandisk extreme class 6 for around this price.
#7
i dont know alot about sd cards . is this much better than the sandisk 8gb posted earlier today and why is it better
http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/291910/sandisk-8gb-sdhc-secure-digital-car/
all i want it for is for my daughters 13mp digi camera . just want a safe and secure card . what one would suit me best
1 Like #8
this kingston ones by far faster
the sandisk is only class 2 and this one is class 6
and if it's a 13mp camera then you'd require a fast card of you're taking burst shots

so if i were you, i'd go with this
#9
will this work on my Samsung G600 phone??
#10
cadmus
i dont know alot about sd cards . is this much better than the sandisk 8gb posted earlier today and why is it better
http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/291910/sandisk-8gb-sdhc-secure-digital-car/
all i want it for is for my daughters 13mp digi camera . just want a safe and secure card . what one would suit me best


.. the Sandisk card is perfectly fine, but if you need a card that will store a taken photo quickly then this, or any branded Class 6 card, will be better. The "Class" number indicates the card's minimum write speed :

SDHC Class 2: 2MB/sec
SDHC Class 4: 4MB/sec
SDHC Class 6: 6MB/sec

Hope that helps :)
#11
john68
will this work on my Samsung G600 phone??


.. no, you'll need a microSD card, which is considerably smaller in physical size than this standard sized SD card.

:)
#12
never used the company before, they ok?
#13
7dayshop have class 6 cards for the same price, I just bought one for my MP3 player.
#14
rkingphoto
7dayshop have class 6 cards for the same price, I just bought one for my MP3 player.


i thought they were unbranded though
#15
Evelynne
never used the company before, they ok?


.. they appear to be professional (I think they have been around for a few years?). I used picstop for the first time last week to buy a Transcend 4GB SDHC card which arrived well packed and within 2 working days using their free postage offer - ordered Saturday, arrived Tuesday. They are based in Jersey.
#16
Beware these cards are very slow compared to the likes of Sandisk Extreme III and slow against most others.
See the link below, the Sandisk ones are 4 times quicker, and in the tests they didn't even reach the minimum 6mbit/s that class 6 requires, they come in on those test at 4.5mbit/s where the extremes were about 18mbit/s...

OK for the price but if you use use continuous shooting or video mode it's worth paying the extra...

http://www.robgalbraith.com/bins/camera_multi_page.asp?cid=6007-9597
#17
alexq
.. they appear to be professional (I think they have been around for a few years?). I used picstop for the first time last week to buy a Transcend 4GB SDHC card which arrived well packed and within 2 working days using their free postage offer - ordered Saturday, arrived Tuesday. They are based in Jersey.



Thanks for that, will give it a go then
#18
pikachu12
there's not many class 6 ones around
you can get class 2 sandisks for around 8 quid but i haven't seen a sandisk extreme class 6 for around this price.


My mistake, sorry :oops:
#19
Class 6 is the way to go - esp for digital cameras as they allow the save the camera shot much faster and therefore ready for the next shot quicker.
#20
pikachu12
this kingston ones by far faster
the sandisk is only class 2 and this one is class 6
and if it's a 13mp camera then you'd require a fast card of you're taking burst shots

so if i were you, i'd go with this


THANKS pikachu most helpful :thumbsup:
#21
pre-reg
Class 6 is the way to go - esp for digital cameras as they allow the save the camera shot much faster and therefore ready for the next shot quicker.


thanks:thumbsup:
#22
what am I doing wrong? It says £9.99 delivered but when you add it to your basket it adds the vat to £11.30 making £12.99 delivered.
#23
johntin
what am I doing wrong? It says £9.99 delivered but when you add it to your basket it adds the vat to £11.30 making £12.99 delivered.


.. choose the free postage option :

http://www.alexquant.net/picstop.jpg

:)
#24
There's a review of various sdhc cards here:- http://216.239.59.104/search?q=cache:vzvE5b9YYvsJ:www.digitalversus.com/article-388.html -not all class 6 cards are equal.

They reviewed a 4GB class 6 Kingston, but not the 8gb though http://www.digitalversus.com/article-388-2418-87.html

Their review of the 8GB Transcend class 6 which is another low price class 6 card - http://www.digitalversus.com/article-388-2439-161.html - The Kingston came out faster on writes, but slower on reads - write speed is more important for cameras of course.
#25
Thanks for that Alexq
#26
Now this would be awesome if only someone would make a car stereo headunit that can use them.

Still a Great price though.
#27
You get what you pay for with memory cards hence http://www.picstop.co.uk/Secure-Digital-SDHC/Lexar-Professional-133x-Secure-Digital-Card-(SDHC)-CLASS-6---8GB a decent card costs over £35 quid if you want to use it in DSLR and HD cam corders, thats taking into account the size of images eg raw date , res etc etc before people start shouting.
#28
Quickblood
Now this would be awesome if only someone would make a car stereo headunit that can use them.

Still a Great price though.


They do. I got one from Aldi about £40. I only use sd cards in it and dont bother with cds, dont know if there is maximum size of card that it will read.
#29
Hi,bought a few things off Picstop over the last few years,excellent & good communications if required(enquires etc).
There based in the Isle of Man,but for a while have also had the option for some products to be sent from Jersey(normally cheaper,but longer wait).

Cheers BOB
#30
This will be a treat for my HD Cam. I have used the play.com branded cards so far, they are excellent (class 4).

Cheers!
#31
cpg
They do. I got one from Aldi about £40. I only use sd cards in it and dont bother with cds, dont know if there is maximum size of card that it will read.


They use SD cards and are usually limited to 2GB. None that I know of can use SD HC cards.
#32
Quickblood
They use SD cards and are usually limited to 2GB. None that I know of can use SD HC cards.


.. have you looked into 4GB cards? I picked up a 4GB non-SDHC for £12.50 from Wilkinson (a low cost general store in Sheffield). Nothing special about it, but it is good enough for an old PDA that simply won't work with SDHC cards. I'm sure there are better deals about for these types of 4GB cards.

:)
#33
.. looks like picstop have bumped the price up to £12.29 inc. free delivery!

So ..

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