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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!

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
I got one of these the last time this was posted here a few months ago. Its been in my cowon mp3 player since, no complaints, very happy with it. Recommended if you need one
:)
#2
I got one as well when it was last posted for my tz4 - got room for lots of pictures now.

;-)
#3
ideal for the wii i recon
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realblender
n'est pas.. only standard sd


these are almost too big for a photographer. It encourages you to store everthing!.


actually, sdhc cards do work on the wii now provided you updated your firmware. with regards to the capacity, it really depends what your going to be using it for.
#5
anyone knows any deals on class 6 round 8gb? hr will be awarded :)
#6
jackBham
anyone knows any deals on class 6 round 8gb? hr will be awarded :)


check [url]www.7dayshop.com[/url] they usually have the cheapest around.

personally have bought this play.com card
#7
realblender;6334041
n'est pas.. only standard sd

n'est pas, n'est pas... Wii has supported SDHC since the version 4.0 firmware.

Play also do a pack of two 8Gb PNY cards for the same price
banned#8
yeh 7dayshop are really cheap
banned#9
Just over a quid per gb. Good deal! Hot!
#10
So so tempting :)
#11
pat-w
I got one of these the last time this was posted here a few months ago. Its been in my cowon mp3 player since, no complaints, very happy with it. Recommended if you need one
:)

What cowon have you got? I was thinking about getting it for my D2.
#12
This is a bargain, i have this card, use it in my High Def Camcorder at 12mps and works seamlessly! I would highly recommend this card and If I didn't own this and two 8GB cards then I would of bought another!

Don't worry that it says class 4 as it works like class 6! Its for HD video after all!
#13
nice deal
#14
Not a bad deal :)
#15
I did notice the 2 X 8gb cards going for the same price so either is pretty much a good deal, only reason I went for the 16GB was because of HD video recording, nothing like running out of space when you are getting a long video of something:thumbsup:
My 1st deal btw, nice to hear some good feedback.
#16
cheers
#17
ordered. cheers.
#18
I like it
#19
Ordered, good price. Thanks.
#20
Hotter than the sun, great deal. :)
#21
Great deal - welcome to HUKD.
Heat added

What I don't understand is that if the sustained write speed is indeed 8Mb/s then why is it classified as a Class 4 and not a Class 8 ????
Class 4 is for a sustained write speed of 4 Mb/s.
Something doesn't make sense.
#22
still on , amazing deal

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