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Lexar 16GB SD Card (SDHC) - Class 2 - £17.99 @ MyMemory

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Designed for use with SDHC digital cameras or other SDHC-compatible devices, the Lexar SDHC Card gives you the capacity and power to capture more of what matters, allowing you to save and store your vacation photos, favorite songs, and video clips from last weekend’s soccer game.

For photo enthusiasts and those interested in safely storing precious memories, using the 16GB Lexar SDHC Card means you always have the extra storage capacity to capture that perfect moment.

The Lexar 16GB SDHC Card allows you to snap and store photos with confidence, knowing your Lexar memory card is delivering the performance and reliability your memories deserve.

The card also has a built-in erasure prevention switch to ensure that your files can't be accidentally deleted or overwritten. Complete with reliable high-capacity storage, the Lexar SDHC card is an excellent solution to your storage needs.

Features:
- Reliably captures and stores photos, music, and more
- Designed for use in SDHC-enabled digital cameras and devices
- Built-in erasure prevention switch keeps data safe
Specification

- SecureDigital High Capacity Card (SDHC), corresponds to the new SD 2.0 standard
- Speed class 2 (minimal write speed: 2 MB/s)
- Only suitable for terminal devices with SDHC slot, e.g. digital cameras, camcorders (not downward compatible with standard SD cards)
- Mechanical write protection (against unintentional deleting)
Warranty

1 Year
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#1
Don't see the point of getting a class 2 version of such a large card. If you need such a large card, chances are you need it to be fast too (eg for video).
banned#2
winstonmanc
Don't see the point of getting a class 2 version of such a large card. If you need such a large card, chances are you need it to be fast too (eg for video).


Exactly... class 4 at least, IMO for decent camera-transfer-speed
#3
Will a class 10 work in any device, for example a Digital Camera? Or does the camera itself have to support the different class?

Also, is there major noticeable difference between class 4, 6 & 10?

Cheers for your help
#4
I got a new camera and it says that it needs at least class 4 for HD movies, but some class 4 cards don't work well in it, so the forums say to get at least class 6 to be safe...
I got two of the Transcend class 10 cards and they're brillint.
Basically, the "class" is the minimum write speed - so class 10 writes its data at a minimum of 10mbs compares to class 4 cards that write at a minimum of 4mbs.

You might think that only matters on movies, but it also makes a big difference to how quickly the camera writes a "photo" to memory.
My daughter had an old (probably class 2) card in her camera and was about to but a new camera because it took so lokg to take a photo that she thought it was broken. We put my spare class 10 card into the camera and hey-presto - it was transformed.

So its down to personal choice and it probably doesn't matter if you use the card for things where write speed isn't important, but for camera use, especially if you have a newer camera with loads of megapixels, it really helps to get a class 6 or above card - you will see the difference...

With the 8gb Transcend class 10 cards now available for just £12.99, there's nothing to beat them...
banned#5
Class 2 is fine for photos, well it is for me on my Lumix camera.

Movies is a different matter.
#6
hotdealsuk
Class 2 is fine for photos, well it is for me on my Lumix camera.

Movies is a different matter.


So how many photos do you have stored on the card in your camera? For photos 2GB or 4GB is usually more than enough (Many 1000s of photos). There is no need for such a large card for a stills camera. You are better off having multiple smaller cards rather than one big one.
banned#7
Can also be used as a backup for storing photos on, also for some MP3 players, photo picture frames, transferring data from one computer to another, used for netbooks to install software, operating systems, etc etc, where speed isn't too much of an issue.
#8
Cold, for the reason that you can get a MicroSD card for the same price, which I believe comes with a Micro to standard size adaptor. You'll regret not buying the MicroSD version when you want to use this card in your phone, or in a mini USB reader.
banned#9
As this is so cold, where is it cheaper?

Or are people voting cold because you can get a slightly faster one for more money, or a card half the size for cheaper?
banned#10
dxx
Cold, for the reason that you can get a MicroSD card for the same price, which I believe comes with a Micro to standard size adaptor. You'll regret not buying the MicroSD version when you want to use this card in your phone, or in a mini USB reader.


Where?
#11
hotdealsuk
As this is so cold, where is it cheaper?

Or are people voting cold because you can get a slightly faster one for more money, or a card half the size for cheaper?

Can also be used as a backup for storing photos on, also for some MP3 players, photo picture frames, transferring data from one computer to another, used for netbooks to install software, operating systems, etc etc, where speed isn't too much of an issue.



I voted cold on the product. It may be cheap, but if it doesn't do a good job, then it is pointless having it. You might as well pay a little more and have a much faster one that can be used for other applications in the future, or a cheaper item that does the same job.

If you want it for storage and don't care about the speed it takes to transfer data, then go for a cheap USB stick. Something this size is wasted in a photo frame, you might as well get a 1GB or 2GB one and resize images to the resolution of the screen. It will still hold 1000s-10000s of photos at the lower resolution of the screen and be much much cheaper. If you want to install OS or software on a netbook, 2-4GB is usually fine for the install.
#12
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dxx
Cold, for the reason that you can get a MicroSD card for the same price, which I believe comes with a Micro to standard size adaptor. You'll regret not buying the MicroSD version when you want to use this card in your phone, or in a mini USB reader.


Where?


7DayShop

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