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PNY 16GB Optima High Speed (Class 4) SD HC Card - £16.99 delivered @ Play

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PNY 16GB Optima High Speed SD HC Card Endorsed By National Geographic PNY Optima High Capacity & High Speed SD card is designed for the budding and professional photographer! A high reliability, l…
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PNY 16GB Optima High Speed SD HC Card Endorsed By National Geographic

PNY Optima High Capacity & High Speed SD card is designed for the budding and professional photographer! A high reliability, low power consumption and super fast transfer from card to PC this really is the only card you should have in your performance camera! National Geographic recommends PNY Optima SDHC when it comes to digital photography and they certainly know how to take a picture!

Superb reliability and low power consumption make the PNY Secure Digital Optima card perfect for digital applications
Ideal for HD video recording
Up to 240 minutes HD video recording
A must-have for digital SLR cameras and digital recorders
Highly recommended for burst-mode photography
Reduced lag time between shots
SPI-mode compatible
Integrated SDMI encryption technology (Secure Digital Music Initiative) ensures that data and copyrighted music remain secure. This technology satisfies artists' needs for safeguarding their work, and content owners and users enjoy greater data security.
Infinitely reusable without quality loss
100% compatible with all devices using SD Secure Digital cards.
5-year guarantee
Sustained write speed: 8 Mb/s
Sustained read speed: 20 Mb/s (133x)
Compatible only with SDHC host devices.
The SDHC compatibility of a device is signalized on its documentation by the SDHC logo.
SD Optima High Capacity & High Speed Card
Speed: Class 4:
Write: 8MB/s
Read: 20MB/s
Data Retention 1000,000 hours
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#1
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#2
Am thinking of getting the pnh 8gb from play.com for a tenner. Its for my new digital hybrid camera, fujifilm s1500 - which card this one or the one posted?
#3
Got one of these the other day, excellent price for excellent 16Gb card!
#4
Aren't you better off going for the 2 x 8gb cards (same PNY Optima class 4) at the same price from Play instead (for the convenience and safey aspect)?
#5
It's been this price for quite a long time now. I imagine they'll take another £1 off it soon.
#6
I am hoping to get a DSLR for Christmas (big hints dropped to the wife), the Sony Alpha A330.
This card looks like a good choice, but is the sustained write speed of 8 mb/s good? Are there not some that hit 9 mb/s (or have I imagined that?)?

I would also go for the twin pack of the 2 8GB for convenience and safety for the same price.

:thinking:

Bunnster
#7
Looked at this a while back and went for the 2 x 8 Gig instead.. even shooting at 15 megapixel you get a decent number of pics on an 8 gig. Had a sandisk card full of pics fail on me and have been jumpy using big cards ever since, for the few seconds it takes to swap one...
#8
I have one of these that I use as a flash drive and camera memory and it's quite good... but if you use it as a flashdrive too, it's a bit slow. It takes around half an hour to fill it with files and about 10 minutes to copy all the files back into the computer.
#9
Great card, picked one up last time it was posted http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/483708/pny-16gb-optima-high-speed-sd-hc-ca

No problems with speed for me :)
#10
Good price, but I'll stick to the safer 8GB size.
I prefer the class 6 cards which are very fast and not much more expensive:
http://www.amazon.co.uk/Transcend-SDHC-Class-Flash-Memory/dp/B000P9ZBFA/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&s=electronics&qid=1257934941&sr=8-1
#11
[QUOTE=Spod]Good price, but I'll stick to the safer 8GB sizeQUOTE]

:thumbsup:

Load of rubbish. you are safe with any size of flash memory. I use memory cards daily, never lost any data., cards have gone tits up in the past but image rescue has got all the data back.

Smaller size memory cards like 4gb are more convinient when burning a DVD.
#12
Spod
Good price, but I'll stick to the safer 8GB size.
I prefer the class 6 cards which are very fast and not much more expensive:
http://www.amazon.co.uk/Transcend-SDHC-Class-Flash-Memory/dp/B000P9ZBFA/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&s=electronics&qid=1257934941&sr=8-1


I understand that the class refers to the minimum write speed, class 4 has minimum write speed of 4mb/s, class 6 has 6mb/s. The sustained speed is another matter, so I think you can actually get class 4 cards which are faster than class 6 cards.

Sustained speed on this one is 8mb/s which I reckon is quite good (altough I don't know much about it!). Think I will go for the 2 x 8mb for backup on safari next year
#13
paul.jacobs;6855240
[QUOTE=Spod]Good price, but I'll stick to the safer 8GB sizeQUOTE]

:thumbsup:

Load of rubbish. you are safe with any size of flash memory. I use memory cards daily, never lost any data., cards have gone tits up in the past but image rescue has got all the data back.

Smaller size memory cards like 4gb are more convenient when burning a DVD.


Well I've had one of the Kingston 16GB cards go bad on me at work, which was a pain in the backside. They replaced it but that's not really the point. I find that a 4GB card is fine most of the time as that stores just under 1000 shots. 8GB is great for a longer holiday.

I never re-write my cards now either - I only write on them once and keep them as backup. I didn't used to think twice about paying £4 or so for a film which only stores 36 pics so an £8 SD card with nearly 1000 pics seems like a bargain!

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