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SanDisk 8GB SD HC Card £13.99 Delivered @ Play.com

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8y, 3m agoFound 8 years, 3 months ago
*Please Note: Please check the device you are buying this card for is SDHC compatible. SDHC cards are not backwards compatible with standard SD Host devices, however standard SD cards are forward compatible with SDHC host devices

*Speed performance rating: Class 2 (based on SD 2.00 Specification)

*High quality and reliability backed by a 5-year limited warranty

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#1
Great price, I was shocked to find photo printing shops don't have readers that support these cards!
#2
m4tt;2735588
Great price, I was shocked to find photo printing shops don't have readers that support these cards!

Try poundland.
#3
Great price, been looking for one, but not sure if my camera is SDHC compatible :oops:

voted hot!
#4
hels123smiles
Great price, been looking for one, but not sure if my camera is SDHC compatible :oops:

voted hot!


post your model number and make

you go back like a year this would cost you close for £50

I remember when 1gb were £15 and i though a bargain
#5
hels123smiles
Great price, been looking for one, but not sure if my camera is SDHC compatible :oops:

voted hot!



Try this list: http://www.adraycamera.com/index.asp?PageAction=Custom&ID=87
#6
I saw this price on Sunday but decided to spend and extra 70pence on a 8gb SDHC class 6 Transcend card at Amazon.
#7


thanks for the info
#8
Speculator
I saw this price on Sunday but decided to spend and extra 70pence on a 8gb SDHC class 6 Transcend card at Amazon.


Whats the benefit of this in a nutshell.

If you have an older reader that is meant to support all formats will it still take this just not at high speed or do you need to purchase a new reader
#9
Speculator
I saw this price on Sunday but decided to spend and extra 70pence on a 8gb SDHC class 6 Transcend card at Amazon.


I agree with spectator,

Amazon has a class 6 8gb transcend SDHC for £15.52, or £15.18 through a marketplace seller. Including post and package.

Class 6 vs Class 2 for an extra £1.50 - no contest! Amazon wins.
#10
Many thanks all, Its a Samsung NV10 so its not compatible, the next model up is tho, typical!
#11
stapsell
I agree with spectator,

Amazon has a class 6 8gb transcend SDHC for £15.52, or £15.18 through a marketplace seller. Including post and package.

Class 6 vs Class 2 for an extra £1.50 - no contest! Amazon wins.


whats really the difference between the classes if your taking photos though
#12
whats really the difference between the classes if your taking photos though


For taking individual photos, probably not a lot. However, if you're taking a sequence of photographs (continuous or burst mode) it matters quite a lot. The camera only has a certain size of buffer memory which it has to clear out by writing the data to the card. A slower card will mean that the buffer fills up more quickly and the rate of taking shots will then go down substantially.

It also matters if you're reading the card in a card reader, or using it as a drive (for example, I run Windows from an SDHC card in my Eee).
#13
hels123smiles
Many thanks all, Its a Samsung NV10 so its not compatible, the next model up is tho, typical!


ive got the nv8 and it takes sdhc:p
#14
stapsell
I agree with spectator,

Amazon has a class 6 8gb transcend SDHC for £15.52, or £15.18 through a marketplace seller. Including post and package.

Class 6 vs Class 2 for an extra £1.50 - no contest! Amazon wins.


I would be very careful about buying from Amazon marketplace - there are alot of fakes around.

dandoc2
whats really the difference between the classes if your taking photos though


If you're using a still cameras for individual shots, not alot. If you want it for video, go for a Class 4 minimum.
#15
social lurker;2741081
I would be very careful about buying from Amazon marketplace - there are alot of fakes around.




That's why I bought mine off Amazon, not Amazon Market place. They were selling it for £14.69 inc free delivery via Prime on Saturday and shipping by the 19th at the earliest.
#17
Does anyone know if this camera will accept this card my friend bought one and is looking for a memory card

http://digitalcameras.kelkoo.co.uk/ps_19525999/124901.html

Marky

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