SanDisk Blue Label 8GB SD Memory Card - Twin Packfor £5.25 @ Boots.com + free C&C - HotUKDeals
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SanDisk Blue Label 8GB SD Memory Card - Twin Packfor £5.25 @ Boots.com + free C&C

£5.25 @ Boots
Good price for a twin pack working out £2.63 each for 8GB of memory. Good for backing up photos etc Read More
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6m, 6d agoFound 6 months, 6 days ago
Good price for a twin pack working out £2.63 each for 8GB of memory.

Good for backing up photos etc
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6m, 6d agoFound 6 months, 6 days ago
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1 Like #1
nice find heat added off to Boots I think
1 Like #2
Just ordered for collection thanks
1 Like #3
Are these good for burst mode on my camera when shooting in RAW?
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Picard123
Are these good for burst mode on my camera when shooting in RAW?

Since they are Class 4 I'd suggest not

"The SD Association that defines the SD card standard doesn't actually define the exact speeds associated with these classes, but they do provide guidelines. There are four different speed classes — 10, 6, 4, and 2. 10 is the fastest, while 2 is the slowest."
#5
Picard123
Are these good for burst mode on my camera when shooting in RAW?
nope crap, but you post on a few memory deals... so i guess you already knew

these are 2.50 each in tesco if they have them btw

Edited By: brilly on Jan 15, 2017 16:22
#6
Good for Nintendo wii original.
#7
brilly
Picard123
Are these good for burst mode on my camera when shooting in RAW?
nope crap, but you post on a few memory deals... so i guess you already knew
these are 2.50 each in tesco if they have them btw

I'm sure it was tongue in cheek as burst mode in RAW probably consumes more than most consumer level 4K stuff, and would fill the card (or both) in an equally comical amount of time.
#8
Bit off topic, but can anyone recommend a good 32gb memory card? I want one for my mobile to store apps. Thanks.
#9
class4, well done on finding decade old technology on the highstreet. cold.

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