SanDisk 16GB SD Card (SDHC) - Class 4 £13.53 delivered @ Amazon - HotUKDeals
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Best price ever for a quality 16Gb SD card.

You may be thinking you can get a 16Gb Transcend class 10 card for only a few pounds more, but SanDisk are very conservative about their performance ratings and this card has an actual speed of 15Mb/s write and 18Mb/s read (taken from MyMemory's website, which I have also confirmed testing personally). So this card performs at virtually the same speed as the Transcend class 10 (or according to some, quite a bit faster) but at a substantally lower price.

5 year warranty.

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Features:
- High storage capacity for storing essential digital content such as high quality photos, videos, music and more
- Optimal speed and performance for SDHC compatible devices
- Speed performance rating: Class 4 (based on SD 2.00 Specification)
- High Quality SDHC card backed by 5 year limited warranty
- Built to last, with an operating shock rating of 2,000Gs, equivalent to a ten-foot drop **
- Easily transfer files between your digital devices and computer

**Based on SanDisk internal testing

Product Features:
Shipped in Frustration-Free Packaging
SecureDigital High Capacity Card (SDHC), complies with SD-2.0 Standard
Only suitable for terminals with SDHC slot, e.g. digital cameras, camcorder (not downwards compatible to Standard SD Cards)
Protection from unintentional data overwrite
Can be written and rewritten as often as you like.

Class: Class 4
Write Speed: 15MB/s
Read Speed: 18MB/s
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#1
No good for HDMI camcorders

good price though
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Nad_84
No good for HDMI camcorders

good price though


where can I find these? ;)
think you mean HD not HDMI(HDMI is the name of the lead you use to connect a blue-ray player, PS£, HD camcorder etc to a HD TV/Monitor) :)
#3
fowler002
Nad_84
No good for HDMI camcorders

good price though


where can I find these? ;)
think you mean HD not HDMI(HDMI is the name of the lead you use to connect a blue-ray player, PS£, HD camcorder etc to a HD TV/Monitor) :)


excuse the error. It's too early (still) dam tube strikes forcing me to wake up early... time for another coffee
#4
Nad_84, this card will be absolutely fine for full HD recording. According to the SD Association, a write speed of 10Mb/s is recommended for faultless full HD video recording and the write speed of this card is 15Mb/s, which will be ample for virtually whatever you want to chuck at it.

Hope this helps. :)
#5
andyken
Nad_84, this card will be absolutely fine for full HD recording. According to the SD Association, a write speed of 10Mb/s is recommended for faultless full HD video recording and the write speed of this card is 15Mb/s, which will be ample for virtually whatever you want to chuck at it.

Hope this helps. :)

thanks for the update, i'm sure some one on here told me that
#6
Hello did you get it down to £13.59 its coming up at over £16 when i go to checkout.
Thanks
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#9
Howdie
Back in stock


....and 6p cheaper!!!!
#10
the speed figures - these from your own tests? average i assume, what about small dips in speed?
often see average speeds of about twice the class rating suggestion but thats unusually high write, especially for such a similar read which is usually alot higher than write.
#11
brilly
the speed figures - these from your own tests? average i assume, what about small dips in speed?
often see average speeds of about twice the class rating suggestion but thats unusually high write, especially for such a similar read which is usually alot higher than write.


Hi Brilly, actually the figures quoted are peak/large file transfer speeds and (as with every flash memory device) are much lower for small files. This is the Atto Disk Benchmark printout from my own test (sorry the quality is a bit rubbish):

http://img843.imageshack.us/img843/6927/sandisk2gbsd.jpg

My card is actually 2Gb, but same manufacturer and same speed class, so no reason to assume the 16Gb card's performance will be significantly different. My test results were just slightly lower than Mymemory's, but very close. Yes the write speed is very close to the read speed, which I take as a sign of good quality memory, it seems to be the cheapest cards that show the biggest difference between read and write speeds, in my experience.

Hope this helps.
#12
ok thanks, dont think you can compare 2gb/16gb directly though as 16gb has more 'boxes' to look in, memory chip changes etc
an example was micro sd - the fast kingston one to go for was the 1gb made in japan which was obviously class unrated unlike the class 4 4gb.

surprised to see the speed so high on the 2gb card you have though.
hate atto though never quite understood it and always got wildly different results depending on settings. (also class rates and unrated card)
your transfer size settings there are 0.5kb to 4mb with total size of 256mb
does that not mean that you are actually only testing small file transfers and repeating them? eg 500ish transfers of the 4mb making 256 total and similar for other sizes? or what as help tells me little.
crystaldisk hwtest much more transparent and hdtach iirc too

Edited By: brilly on Dec 15, 2010 15:16

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