Professional High-Speed Secure Digital High Capacity (SDHC) Memory Card - 32GB - Class 10 - 20MB/s - £25.99 @ 7dayshop or £21.49 @ Amazon Sold by 7dayshop - HotUKDeals
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Thanks to 4355678 for the spot on Amazon.

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Store thousands of photos, hours of video, or hundreds of music albums on this SD High Capacity memory card.

- 32GB Capacity
- Class 10 (20MB/s Read / 19MB/s Write)
- Ideal for flash memory based camcorders
- FAT32 file system
- RoHS compliant
- Compatible with SD Specification v.2.0
- Mechanical write-protection switch
- 5 Year Warranty

A critical element that’s often overlooked when evaluating SDHC cards for use in camcorders is speed, especially when filming with a high definition camcorder.

With a read speed of 20MB/s and a write speed of 19MB/s our 32GB SDHC Class 10 memory card is more than ready to capture all types of video, so you can be sure it will suit your needs

SDHC is not backwards compatible, so be very sure that your device is SDHC enabled and will accept the card, BEFORE ordering please.

7dayshop Product Promise…
Please do not be put off by our ultra low price. This 7dayshop product is top quality and for your complete assurance and peace of mind we offer a 5 year warranty on this 7dayshop memory card. And please remember if for any reason whatsoever you are not 101% delighted with this product, please return to us within 30 days of receipt for a full refund of the purchase price paid!
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#1
Is this a decent speed card for a Panasonic HD Flash camcorder? or would people recommend going for a named brand when buying such memory? Seems like a cracking price.
#2
got one of these last week ... does read at 20MB/s and mine writes about 16-18MB/s (depending on tool used to read it) but works fine in my DSLR, for those demanding more 7day have a Duracell 16Gb claiming 30MB/s
1 Like #3
Croftybaby
Is this a decent speed card for a Panasonic HD Flash camcorder? or would people recommend going for a named brand when buying such memory? Seems like a cracking price.

They will refund if your not happy.... a 32GB duracell is £38ish (30MB/s) so worth a punt as long as 16-18MB/s is fast enough
#4
This will get hot,very hot!
#5
While I do think this is a good deal, I take exception with the abuse of the word "Professional" here.
2 Likes #6
T'is witchcraft a tell thee! You cannot do all that on such a small piece of plastic oO
#7
Ordered, thanks OP
1 Like #8
Croftybaby
Is this a decent speed card for a Panasonic HD Flash camcorder? or would people recommend going for a named brand when buying such memory? Seems like a cracking price.


Definitely absolutely fine for your HD camcorder. I have used a class 4 card with a write speed of 7-8Mb/s in a similar device with no trouble at all. 10MB/s write speed is normally recommended to guarantee smooth frame rates, if this writes at 16-18MB/s, as advised by Who_are_you_uk, then it will be miles within capacity.
#9
who_are_you_uk

They will refund if your not happy....


I'm not so sure. Every time I have tried to contact them through their "CUSTOMER CONTACT PAGE", they have never replied.
#10
UnoriginalGuy
While I do think this is a good deal, I take exception with the abuse of the word "Professional" here.


Couldn't agree more - but it's a cracking deal

Shimmasok
T'is witchcraft a tell thee! You cannot do all that on such a small piece of plastic oO


I remember when a disk drive the size of large filing cabinet only held 100MB...
#11
lovely, ordered
#12
The thread from a few weeks back is here: http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/32gb-class-10-sdhc-memory-card-20mb-s-26-99-delivered-7-day-shop/905924

Some interesting comments on there about using SDformatter to 'properly' format SD cards and getting faster read/write speeds from doing so (they were actually discussing a poorly performing Transcend card); might be worth checking out; but only if you happen to get disappointing results, otherwise let your camera or whatever do the formatting.


Edited By: wombat6025 on Apr 20, 2011 10:32: correction.
#13
wombat6025
Some interesting comments on there about using SDformatter to 'properly' format SD cards


I used this and didnt make much difference to this card as it came, but did to another card I had used which had been formatted via Windows .. easy tool to use and nothing to lose
#14
Feeling the heat. Nice spot :)
#15
nice spot - wish I had seen this the other day as I ordered a 32gb one from scan for £7 more :( ah well, that's life!
#16
Class 10 is always good - a lot faster for transferring even just regular files to "memory stick", with one of those USB adaptors. This is a great price.
#17
(_;) Just what I needed. Thank you.
#18
19MB/s write is quicker than most USB flash drives, certainly at this price.

Does the quality of the USB adaptor you use affect the speed? Can I put this into any old adaptor and end up with a cheap replacement for a high speed USB flash drive?
#19
I just want an amateur one.
#20
who_are_you_uk

They will refund if your not happy....
I would not bet on this. They have no phone number and rarely reply on emails. 7dayshop is terrible for customer service.
#21
Actually, several years ago (about 2003-ish) I did have a problem with a 7-day shop battery I bought for my old Nikon 995: I bought the battery about a year prior, in the autumn, never used the camera through the winter, and only in the spring found out that this spare battery (not as frequently used as the main) had almost no capacity at all because it wouldn’t charge for more than a few mins, and was faulty. I explained on the phone that it was more than 8 months since purchase, and couldn’t find the paperwork (half expecting to be told there’s nothing I can do about it now). They found their own records of my purchase, understood the situation perfectly, said send it back, and within a short while, I received a new one that worked – no quibble, no trouble, excellent service.
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Just to alert buyers that there appears to be the same card sold by 7DAYSHOP on Amazon for £21.49 including free shipping. Those concerned about returns would have the added benefit of complaining to Amazon if there was a problem.

http://www.amazon.co.uk/7dayshop-Professional-High-Speed-Digital-Capacity/dp/B004T9BFMU/ref=sr_1_43?ie=UTF8&qid=1303318723&sr=8-43
#23
4355678
Just to alert buyers that there appears to be the same card sold by 7DAYSHOP on Amazon for £21.49 including free shipping. Those concerned about returns would have the added benefit of complaining to Amazon if there was a problem.


wutufffff!!!! that is cheap!
#24
Anyone know what brand is underneath the "7day Pro" sticker? I had a Viking one from Amazon several years back which transpired to be a Toshiba, so not that bad, all in all.
#25
that is what i would call an offer :) hoooot
#26
Thanks very much, ordered!! :)

AugQX
4355678
Just to alert buyers that there appears to be the same card sold by 7DAYSHOP on Amazon for £21.49 including free shipping. Those concerned about returns would have the added benefit of complaining to Amazon if there was a problem.


wutufffff!!!! that is cheap!
#27
Right a question. My PC has a Hard drive and in properties you can check its SMART status. Is there anything that does the comparble check on flash memory that gives it a thorough going over and flags any upcoming defects? I'd be interested in getting this but the branding puts me off a bit. However if I could ensure my data was being dealt with on a card that was spot on as far as its function was concerned I'd feel better.

(Actually I feel like that even about branded flash memory too)

Yeah I don't know the terms / names / descriptions I'm asking about.
#28
good price
#29
Couldn't resist - Ordered!

Thanks to OP & '4355678'
#30
Never any micro SD deals :(.
#31
Very hot. Ordered the £21.49 one from Amazon!
#32
There's Class 10 and then there is class 10, unfortunately this is the latter :)
#33
4355678
Just to alert buyers that there appears to be the same card sold by 7DAYSHOP on Amazon for £21.49 including free shipping. Those concerned about returns would have the added benefit of complaining to Amazon if there was a problem.

[url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.amazon.co.uk%2F7dayshop-Professional-High-Speed-Digital-Capacity%2Fdp%2FB004T9BFMU%2Fref%3Dsr_1_43%3Fie%3DUTF8%26qid%3D1303318723%26sr%3D8-43]
http://www.amazon.co.uk/7dayshop-Professional-High-Speed-Digital-Capacity/dp/B004T9BFMU/ref=sr_1_43?ie=UTF8&qid=1303318723&sr=8-43[/url]


damn, lol

I've ordered the amazon one and will cancel the 7dayshop!!!
thanks a million
#34
Meathotukdeals.

Just fill it up with _stuff_, which is beyond me and why I won't be ordering, then check the stuff is as it should be.
#35
but that would mean something like going over jpegs looking for odd bits and stuff wooden it? and by that time its too late as the stuff you shot would need doing all over again.
#36
Thanks 4355678. I was considering it earlier at £26. £21.49 tipped the scales. Added one of these readers for £1.49 while I was at it.

@Meathotukdeals - H2testw is often recommended for testing cards.
#37
just ordered but gutted now seen the amazon deal....how can i cancel my order (can't find anywhere on their site :( )
#38
@Meathot, nah, just dump some huge files on their and run a checksum on it. Every "copy of..." will have the same checksum. I recommend hashcalc.
#39
Meathotukdeals
Right a question. My PC has a Hard drive and in properties you can check its SMART status. Is there anything that does the comparble check on flash memory that gives it a thorough going over and flags any upcoming defects? I'd be interested in getting this but the branding puts me off a bit. However if I could ensure my data was being dealt with on a card that was spot on as far as its function was concerned I'd feel better.(Actually I feel like that even about branded flash memory too)Yeah I don't know the terms / names / descriptions I'm asking about.

Have you tried this?
Put the card in a USB card reader and connect to a PC.
Right Click on the drive in Computer/My Computer.
Choose Properties and then Tools and then Error Checking and tick the box that says ‘Scan for and attempt recovery of bad sectors’ and hit Start.
I think it should work with flash drives!
#40
HOT! ORDERED!

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