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SanDisk Extreme III SD Card 2GB only £15.99 now!

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9y, 3m agoFound 9 years, 3 months ago
Another bargain, i see these going quick!

* Designed to meet the critical speed and performance needs of serious professional photographers-lets you quickly capture, view, upload and transfer large image files Ideal for demanding photo shoots under severe weather conditions-heat, cold, wind, rain, snow, etc.
* Built to perform in the most extreme environments and temperatures-from -13º F to 185º F -25º C to 85º C
* Min 20MB/second sequential read and write
* Durable, reliable and thoroughly tested-temperature tested (heat and cold)
* shock and vibration tested
* Data recovery software-ensures your photos will always be there (even if you delete them accidentally)
* Dedicated, priority technical support hotline for direct customers of SanDisk Extreme products
* Included travel case keeps your memory cards organized

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Serious professional photographers who demand one of the fastest, most rugged, and most durable memory cards on the market should choose the SanDisk Extreme III SD card. Built to work under the most challenging conditions, with SanDisk Extreme III you'll get more speed, better performance, and unmatched reliability.

That's because only SanDisk Extreme III memory cards feature innovative ESP Technology for the fastest speeds and highest performance. ESP stands for 'Enhanced Super-Parallel Processing'. Simply put, it means you are getting the fastest read/write speeds available - an amazing minimum 20MB per second** sequential read and write speed - speed you'll definitely appreciate whenever you find yourself shooting and storing pictures in harsh environments, extreme temperatures or at high altitudes.

Every SanDisk Extreme III SD card comes with RescuePRO® so you can recover images, documents, mail, video, music - just about any digital file, with ease. Built with leading-edge media recovery algorithms, RescuePRO lets you preview recoverable data before you try to retrieve it. With RescuePro's unique recovery algorithm for MPEG audio and MPEG video recovery (MPEG-1/2/3) what you see, and what you hear, is what you can recover.
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#1
I have one of these for my D40X, a very fast and reliable card.
#2
Great card that I use myself at a very good price. Voted hot and rep added!
#3
Does anyone know if this is likely to work in older cameras such as the Kodak Z730 (previous clearance deal on here), released in 2005?

I've found a review that the SanDisk Ultra II works. I'm wondering if it's worth taking a chance with this card?
#4
13.30 in amazon. these cards just keep going down in price every week.
#5
Not trying to be a know-it-all, but I thought this was posted sometime ago?

I got mine just as I started to review hotukdeals.com and think it was £17.99 in march, so has come down a bit, but that is probably because the Extreme IV and the V's have now been released.

Good card mind....
#6
doobeedoo
13.30 in amazon. these cards just keep going down in price every week.


It's from a private seller though, so you have to add £4.50 p&p. :-(


I totally agree with everyone who says this is a great card. I have been using one for a couple years now - no problems and very fast.
#7
Is this all marketing hype, all this Extreme and Ultra stuff? Sounds like they are copying Gillete razors to me, they'll have an Ultra Extreme 5 Turbo plus next. Is there anywhere that the actual speeds and operating temps are listed? It wouldn't look quite as glamorous like that though :-)

I have an Ultra 2, the "plus" that folds in half to fit a USB socket, and I love it. Voted Hot anyway cos I know they make good stuff.
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Is this all marketing hype, all this Extreme and Ultra stuff? Sounds like they are copying Gillete razors to me, they'll have an Ultra Extreme 5 Turbo plus next. Is there anywhere that the actual speeds and operating temps are listed? It wouldn't look quite as glamorous like that though :-)

I have an Ultra 2, the "plus" that folds in half to fit a USB socket, and I love it. Voted Hot anyway cos I know they make good stuff.


From useing the extreme3s all the time i have been very pleased with them, they are some of the consistantly fastest cards available.

Here is a link testing the cards in a nikon D200
http://www.robgalbraith.com/bins/multi_page.asp?cid=6007-8197
As you see the camera itself is the slow part
AND
here is an increadbly overcoplicated table showing all the cards tested against a large range of card readers
http://www.robgalbraith.com/bins/no_nav.asp?cid=6007-8471

Sadly all of this is for CF but i have allways found the proformace has been close from SD

Also one of the best parts of the sandisk ext3 series is the warentee, they are very quick to respond and have an 0208 number when you have a problem

I cannot recomend these cards more, they are fantastic
#9
I got one of these for my Nikon D40 and works great although I will most likely just go with the Ultra II next time as both these cards will allow the camera to write continuous shots until the card is full - they perform faster than the camera can write to them.
#10
Andboy
I got one of these for my Nikon D40 and works great although I will most likely just go with the Ultra II next time as both these cards will allow the camera to write continuous shots until the card is full - they perform faster than the camera can write to them.


As I suspected, this may have answered my question above. Thanks.
#11
Andboy
I got one of these for my Nikon D40 and works great although I will most likely just go with the Ultra II next time as both these cards will allow the camera to write continuous shots until the card is full - they perform faster than the camera can write to them.


Thats what made me buy the Ultra II aswell, are there any other benefits to the Xtreme III? other than transfer rate.
#12
acid
Thats what made me buy the Ultra II aswell, are there any other benefits to the Xtreme III? other than transfer rate.



Nope, it is purely write speed - I think the Extreme III is rated at 20mb/sec and I think you will have difficulty getting anywhere close to these kinds of speeds. the 9mb/sec of the Ultra is still a lot more than you would normally see although I'm sure some professional grade cameras can write a sustained speed around this mark. Check out a site like DPReview.com for example where the Nikon D40 which they claim as having a fast write speed gets between 6-7mb/sec and the higher spec D200 gets around 8.5mb/sec maximum.
#13
CaseAP
Also one of the best parts of the sandisk ext3 series is the warentee, they are very quick to respond and have an 0208 number when you have a problem

I cannot recomend these cards more, they are fantastic


Yes, I agree they are good cards, I have used the 0208 number and the website support when I had a dead card, and it was a formatting issue. They sorted it out.
#14
I forgot Quidco!

Don't you forget too!
#15
Bought one of these a while back when at 17.99 - it out performed a ultra high speed SD card in being able to take over 50 photos at about 3 per second on a 5MP camera. The cheaper 'ultra high speed' card could only manage about 4 or 5 photos before getting inconsisitent or stuttering.

Get one - well worth the extra premium if your camera is a power-house.
#16
Every SanDisk Extreme III SD card comes with RescuePRO® so you can recover images, documents, mail, video, music - just about any digital file, with ease. Built with leading-edge media recovery algorithms, RescuePRO lets you preview recoverable data before you try to retrieve it. With RescuePro's unique recovery algorithm for MPEG audio and MPEG video recovery (MPEG-1/2/3) what you see, and what you hear, is what you can recover.


Just thought I'd add that I had cause to use this software today and it worked a treat.
The software works on any drive as far as I can see but in my case I was retrieving data from an XD card having bought the Extreme 3 2gb CF card which came with the Rescue Pro software.

Hope that helps :)
#17
/me buys!

Nice deal, now i've gotta work out what to do with my existing 256/1 GB cards :X
#18
just ordered,good find,thanks
#19
Bought one a few weeks ago for £18 odd, so grabbed another.

Many thanks
#20
any cheapest USB Reader for this item ??? any1???
#21
edit - never mind ignore me - I'll go back to sleep :)

worto.

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