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Now down to £14.99!!
* 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
Don't forget Quidco...
#2
I need a memory card for the Casio Exilim Z75 camera I bought from Amazon...can anyone tell me whether this one at £14.99 is worth the extra money than the Kingston 2GB card a few posts later which I think is on for £8.99?
#3
[SIZE=2]imo yeh it's worth the extra money. at £15 delivered it's a bargain. as is the kingston 1 at £9. as you are using it in a camera, then get the sandisk III, if its just being used for data from pc, get the kingston.[/SIZE]
#4
Cheers for that staffiebull, much appreciated!
#5
Depends on how fast the memory interface is for the camera - on my standard compact (Panasonic LX2), normal SD cards are fine but on the SLR (Panasonic L1), its burst speed and raw writing are impacted quite noticeably by standard SD cards.

John
#6
Top quality card. I bought this card a few years ago for £60!! I use it in my canon ixus40. It is very fast and lets you take several photos very quickly - no waiting on processing.
#7
Personally I would get the faster card for use with a camera every time. Anything that helps speed them up is worth a bit extra IMO... :thumbsup:
#8
The purchase had been made (great customer reviews on the play.com site too), many thanks for all the advice guys!
#9
Koma Toes
Personally I would get the faster card for use with a camera every time. Anything that helps speed them up is worth a bit extra IMO... :thumbsup:


Only if the camera interface is fast enough to take advantage of it - some people may be better off with additional capacity.

John
#10
Damnit, brought this 2 weeks ago for £17.99 from play, a steal at this price
#11
Johnmcl7
Only if the camera interface is fast enough to take advantage of it - some people may be better off with additional capacity.

John

I know exactly what you are saying, but I'd still get the faster card to make it a bit more future proof (If there is such a thing with memory cards!!) :-D People seems to buy new and improved cameras every five minutes too! :thumbsup:
#12
In the past I would always have gone for extra capacity. However most cameras take pictures under 10MB, so this 2gig card will take 200 photos - any more and i would want an extra card for security (especially if going on holiday). It's not wanting all my eggs in one basket.
The card may not be any faster than a cheap one in your camera, but if you're like me and use a card reader in your pc to remove the photos from the card, then you will definitely see an improvement in speed if you use this Extreme III card.

Another great purchase is the sandisk extreme SD card reader (reads at like 16MB/s instead of the 3MB/s my generic /tesco reader managed).

For serious photographers there is a firewire version of the extreme SD reader that reads at up to 40MB/s dependant upon card.
#13
aeronic
Another great purchase is the sandisk extreme SD card reader (reads at like 16MB/s instead of the 3MB/s my generic /tesco reader managed).

Where can one of them be had then? TIA! :thumbsup:
#14
Koma Toes
Where can one of them be had then? TIA! :thumbsup:


Funny what a search can do...

http://www.google.co.uk/products?q=SanDisk+Extreme+reader&show=dd&scoring=p
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Koma Toes
Where can one of them be had then? TIA! :thumbsup:


i get mine from [url]www.w2w.com[/url]
#17
aeronic
i get mine from [url]www.w2w.com[/url]

Thanks!
£12.99 inc delivery. That is one of the cheapest I've seen
http://www.w2w.com/MoreInfo.asp?tabGroup=GROUP-PC&code=SANXUSBREAD&tabselect=Home
#18
I use this card with my Nikon D80, great for continuous shots and have had it for a year now. Would recommend it especially at this price. I've also use (standard) Scandisk up to 1GB, without any real problems, but the Extreme III is a faster:)

Only down side is that a few older pc's and printers are not able to read the card (for example my Epson Photo R300).

Charlie Brown
#19
How can we tell if the digicam will benefit from this card? I'm after either the canon ixus 860 or 950 IS.
#20
I take it I'm better off with this one too instead of the kingston one to install tomtom onto a dell axim x51 PDA?

Cheers,
worto.
#21
My personal opinion is that for the price difference, I'd go for this faster one. Makes it a bit more future proof even if the devices you have at the moment won't benefit from it at the moment, it could be better for gadgets you buy in future... This card isn't going to break the bank is it! :)

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