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Sandisk 4GB SD HC card - £6.34 @ Amazon !

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8y, 3m agoFound 8 years, 3 months ago
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Memory Capacity: 4GB
Speed performance rating: Class 2 (based on SD 2.00 Specification)
Supports SDHC compatible host devices
Non-volatile solid-state
no moving parts maximizes battery power. Data is not lost when power is turned off
Low battery consumption to maximize battery life in small portable devices
User selectable mechanical write protect switch on the exterior card casing
Operating shock rating of 2,000Gs, equivalent to a 10-foot drop to the floor
Security level complies with both current and future Secure Digital Music Initiative (SDMI) portable device requirements
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#1
http://ecx.images-amazon.com/images/I/41RFyofofQL._SS500_.jpg

The SDHC memory card is a highly secure stamp-sized flash memory card, which can be used in a variety of digital products: digital music players, cellular phones, handheld PCs (HPCs), digital cameras, digital video camcorders, smart phones, car navigation systems and electronic books, that follows the SD 2.00 specifications. The SDHC card has a security feature for protection of copyrighted data.
#2
Sandisk 8GB SD HC card for £11.62 @ Amazon UK
#3
nice find, HOT :thumbsup:
#4
also £7.07 from multumbooks marketplace seller 99% positive over the past 12 months (8244 ratings.) 8281 lifetime (good fb) hot deal
#5
very good deal, i got a 2 gig 1 for more than that lol
#6
I dont know much abt SD card but can a camera using just SD uses a SDHC card?
#7
i think so
#8
Better than play.com @ £7.99 post free. Argos Currys & PCWorld @ £29.99

A hot find !
#9
aria21
I dont know much abt SD card but can a camera using just SD uses a SDHC card?


Check on the makers website or just google the model number with SDHC in your search.
#10
what is the biggest card and the cheapest you can get it at?
#11
I'd rather use the PC World 110% Price Promise and compare it against the £7.99 one from play.com (PC World price theirs at £29.99), so you'd be able to get it for £(29.99 - [1.1 x 22]) = £5.79 and would be able to collect it in store immediately. Plus, it's only a ****** Class 2 card anyway; transferring a full card worth of pics off from my camera would take far too long for my liking with this card - I'd rather spend a tad more and get one of the SanDisk Ultra or Extreme ranges that have write speeds of more than 15MB/s.
#12
aria21
I dont know much abt SD card but can a camera using just SD uses a SDHC card?


As said check makers web site for camera firmware updates.

whatif
Better than play.com @ £7.99 post free. Argos Currys & PCWorld @ £29.99

A hot find !


They will price match like for like providing it's not from a market place dealer.
#13
THIS IS A LOT CHEAPER

Kingston Technology 4GB Secure Digital High Capacity Class2 Card £2.99


http://i36.tinypic.com/2dtua9t.jpg

http://www.amazon.co.uk/Kingston-Technology-4GB-Digital-Capacity/dp/B000LO69OG/ref=pd_sbs_ce_10
#14
bassethound2005
THIS IS A LOT CHEAPER

Kingston Technology 4GB Secure Digital High Capacity Class2 Card £2.99


http://i36.tinypic.com/2dtua9t.jpg

http://www.amazon.co.uk/Kingston-Technology-4GB-Digital-Capacity/dp/B000LO69OG/ref=pd_sbs_ce_10



But what about the postage?
#15
Just discovered same card @ John Lewis for £44.99 but at least they give free delivery !

Wonder if anyone will buy from them ?
#16
Class 2 cards are too slow for new high res digital cameras.

Class 2 = 2MB/s data transfer speed.

14.6MP photo = 11MB or more = 6 seconds to transfer from camera to card = 6 seconds or more until you can take the next picture...
#17
rmehta169
But what about the postage?


£4.99 postage
#18
withabix
Class 2 cards are too slow for new high res digital cameras.

Class 2 = 2MB/s data transfer speed.

14.6MP photo = 11MB or more = 6 seconds to transfer from camera to card = 6 seconds or more until you can take the next picture...


Depends on the camera, my DSLR can take 9 RAW pictures continuously before any pause or slow down transferring to the bog standard SD card....The Camera has a sizable buffer so card speed is irrelevant...

And the extra few seconds transferring to the pc i can live with...talk about wild and lose eh ? :thumbsup:
#19
Gone up by 30p. OP edited.
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Evening!

I was just reading the thread and wanted to just clarify a few of the questions that have been made on here.

Can I just use this card instead of my SD Card in my Digital Camera?

SDHC is a fairly new format and completely differs from the previous SD Format completely (The Standard SD uses FAT16 as a File System Format) so if your device is more than a couple of years old it's highly unlikely that it will cater for the new SDHC format.

Just as an Example, my Canon Ixus 60 doesn't cope with it. This only applies to the SD Format cards, Compact Flash (popular for higher end cameras - DSLR) do not have this issue as they have remained consistent across all sizes.

So the advice is good, check with the manufacturer - if it doesn't explicitly say 'SDHC' then it's likely that it doesn't, the format really is that different.

The Extreme III Cards are faster than the Ultra II Cards

(This may only apply to the CompactFlash) On paper they seem faster, but supposedly in real world tests there is very little difference between the two - the Extreme III gets the lifetime warranty and also is guaranteed to work at silly temperatures...

The speed of this Card is too low for use in digital cameras

This is dependant on your usage. Every camera has an internal memory buffer within it which can hold data if there is a delay in writing to the card e.g. when you take numerous photos in a row.

If you're the occasional snapper, you won't notice a problem at all using this card, if, however you wish to take numerous photos in a row and have the ability to shoot in raw mode (usually SLR cameras only, your average point & shoot isn't going to be that much of an issue - the encoding to JPEG's will take more time than your write, and will be your crux point.

If you're using in an SLR, or a camera with ultra high resolutions (>10megapixels) then it might be wise to opt for the faster Class 4 or Class 6 cards - note, the Class rating only guarantees a write speed of 4 Megabytes a second, or 6 Megabytes per second (hence the number) - personally I'd definitely go for the Ultra II card as a minimum especially as they cost peanuts on Amazon / Play

PC World do the price match to the Cards

Damn straight they do! Abuse their silly pricing system while you can - I have noticed SD cards and Compact Flash cards being sold for ludicrous Money in those rip-off places. If everyone used the price promise (handily hidden behind a Chart at the Cash desk in my local PC World) then they'd have to review their prices a bit better - they sting the customer on the consumables, hence the massive amount of cross selling... grr.

I think that I saw the 4GB Extreme III on the website for about £80 when Amazon was selling it for £18 ... ah, to see the look on their faces if I price matched that beauty :-) Sadly, nowhere has it in stock, apparently...

Will anyone buy that card from John Lewis?

Probably - but they won't admit it.

Have I run out of questions?

Yep!
#21
well spotted, hot
#22
Thanks, just ordered mine. :thumbsup:
#23
withabix
Class 2 cards are too slow for new high res digital cameras.

Class 2 = 2MB/s data transfer speed.

14.6MP photo = 11MB or more = 6 seconds to transfer from camera to card = 6 seconds or more until you can take the next picture...


agree, class 2 is so out of date.
#24
now the price is down to £5.96 good find
#25
Sandisk 4GB SD HC card - £6.34 @ Amazon !


OP could you also put the price including delivery in the title. It's a little misleading.

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