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PNY 16GB Optima High Speed (Class 4) SD HC Card - £16.79 delivered @ Play.com !

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Free delivery + Quidco EDIT: now £16.79 delivered PNY 16GB Optima High Speed SD HC Card Endorsed By National Geographic Superb reliability and low power consumption make the PNY Secure Digita… Read More
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7y, 5m agoFound 7 years, 5 months ago
Free delivery + Quidco

EDIT: now £16.79 delivered

PNY 16GB Optima High Speed SD HC Card Endorsed By National Geographic

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
http://images.play.com/covers/10537723x.jpg
#2
Does anyone with a full hd camcorder know if these are ok at class 4.Iv'e only bought class 6 so far for mine but these are a good price if they work ok.
#3
Hot or not? mmmmmmmmmmmm
#4
SanDisk version is £17.99 at amazon
#5
psd99
SanDisk version is £17.99 at amazon


Do you have a link please?

never had a PNY card and trust Sandisk so would probably spend the extra couple of quid.

Still voting hot though, a pound a gig is a bargain if your not brand loyal.
#6
psd99
SanDisk version is £17.99 at amazon


Is this the one you're referring to?

http://www.amazon.co.uk/SanDisk-16GB-Secure-Digital-Retail/dp/B001W1BSM0/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&s=electronics&qid=1260188578&sr=8-2

If so, then its worth bearing in mind that the one you refer to on Amazon is a Class 2 card, whilst the one in this deal is a Class 4.
#7
gone for one, cheers
#8
This is just as good as SanDisk - been running in my cam for a while now.
#9
Amazing deal for a class 4 16GB card. The equivelent Sandisk card on Amazon costs £42.56, linked below. The Sandisk card linked in one of the above posts is a class 2, so is slower (not so good for HD video or burst photography on a DSLR).

http://www.amazon.co.uk/Sandisk-16GB-Ultra-Video-SDHC/dp/B001DUFNC6/ref=sr_1_4?ie=UTF8&s=electronics&qid=1260192749&sr=1-4
#10
Quite slow write time isn't it?

Was thinking of something new for the SLR, but was hoping for closer to 15-20MB/s write times.

Still a good deal though.
#11
I have this and running in a Sanyo xacti @ 720p and working perfectly.
#12
not that hot of a deal, been at that price for ages (I know because I've been waiting for the price to come down but it hasn't). I got mine last week, it's great for the money, designed for video recording so not that suitable for higher end equipment e.g. burst modes, high res photos etc. I use it on my small HD camcorder gadgets at 720p/60fps and 1080/30fps and no problems at all.
#13
I use this on my Camileo S10 full HD no problems so far.
#14
lareneg
Amazing deal for a class 4 16GB card. The equivelent Sandisk card on Amazon costs £42.56, linked below. The Sandisk card linked in one of the above posts is a class 2, so is slower (not so good for HD video or burst photography on a DSLR).

http://www.amazon.co.uk/Sandisk-16GB-Ultra-Video-SDHC/dp/B001DUFNC6/ref=sr_1_4?ie=UTF8&s=electronics&qid=1260192749&sr=1-4


How slow would HD video be if I was using it on my panasonic tv?

The card I am after is:

http://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B001W1BSM0/ref=s9_sima_gw_s0_p23_i1?pf_rd_m=A3P5ROKL5A1OLE&pf_rd_s=center-1&pf_rd_r=152NWRJWCD56MZG3YDQT&pf_rd_t=101&pf_rd_p=467198433&pf_rd_i=468294
#15
GrimTalez
Is this the one you're referring to?

http://www.amazon.co.uk/SanDisk-16GB-Secure-Digital-Retail/dp/B001W1BSM0/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&s=electronics&qid=1260188578&sr=8-2

If so, then its worth bearing in mind that the one you refer to on Amazon is a Class 2 card, whilst the one in this deal is a Class 4.


what is the difference if I want to use my panasonic viera TV for HD content?
#16
psd99
what is the difference if I want to use my panasonic viera TV for HD content?


The speed class denotes the minimum guaranteed transfer speed of a given card - i.e:

Class 2: 2MB/s
Class 4: 4MB/s
Class 6: 6MB/s

...and so on.

http://www.sdcard.org/developers/tech/speed_class/

It really depends on your intended purpose. For folks wanting to use the cards with SLR's and rapid exposures, higher transfer rates are preferable since the camera doesn't need to spend as much time writing to the card or buffering data. For playback purposes I believe the transfer rate is less of an issue - writing is typically more intensive than reading - if the HD device can write the HD footage to the card correctly with the allotted bandwidth, then reading shouldn't be a problem. You may also have to check the specification for your Viera TV to see which SD(HC) cards are supported - as some of the higher capacities may not work...
#17
GrimTalez
The speed class denotes the minimum guaranteed transfer speed of a given card - i.e:

Class 2: 2MB/s
Class 4: 4MB/s
Class 6: 6MB/s

...and so on.

http://www.sdcard.org/developers/tech/speed_class/

It really depends on your intended purpose. For folks wanting to use the cards with SLR's and rapid exposures, higher transfer rates are preferable since the camera doesn't need to spend as much time writing to the card or buffering data. For playback purposes I believe the transfer rate is less of an issue - writing is typically more intensive than reading - if the HD device can write the HD footage to the card correctly with the allotted bandwidth, then reading shouldn't be a problem. You may also have to check the specification for your Viera TV to see which SD(HC) cards are supported - as some of the higher capacities may not work...



thanks my TV is a Panasonic VIERA TX-P46G10B 46"

any ideas?

which one do u think I should go for?
#18
psd99
thanks my TV is a Panasonic VIERA TX-P46G10B 46"

any ideas?

which one do u think I should go for?


Well, according to page 69 of the user manual (PDF), it states:

"Compliant card type (maximum capacity): SDHC Card (32 GB), SD Card (2 GB), miniSD Card (2 GB) (requiring miniSD adapter)"

http://dlc.panasonic-europe-service.com/EUDocs/GetDoc.aspx?did=169149&fmt=pdf&lang=en&src=3&uilang=en&cbAccept=on&go=View

If you're just planning on viewing photo slideshows and the like, then the Class 2 card should be more than enough. As for whether Class 2 is good enough for 720p or 1080i/p video - you'll have to rely on the feedback of others here - since I have not used these types of cards to record and play HD video media on my television.
#19
thanks for that yep that's exactly what I intend to use it for that HD video content
anyone know then?
#20
Expired :-(
#21
mine came today, not bad for £15.99, bunged it in me 1dmk3 works fine
#22
Price gone up slightly - £16.79 delivered :)
#23
Still around :)
#24
Update the price to £17.99, still a good deal!
#25
£33.91 now :(
#26
Now £47.95. =/

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