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Just ordered one of these a long with a camera and thought I'd share.
Pretty good price aswell, only £9.99, my mate payed £12.99 a couple of days ago and in high street shops you see them for £50+. RRP: £89.99
Not the cheapest 2gb card but worth the extra quid or two.
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#1
doesnt do it for me...on play.com you can get a perfectly good 2gb SD for £6,
or a really fast 2gb SD extreme III for £13
but my choice would be 2gb SD ultra II with built in USB adapter for £11.49.
Still smashes most high street prices of course!
#2
stapsell
but my choice would be 2gb SD ultra II with built in USB adapter for £11.49


Surely by your "it's perfectly good logic", you'd be better off with this for £9.99, and then picking up a cheap sd adapter in poundland for £1.

Saving 49p :thumbsup:

Heat added.

I personally have the extreme III 2gb.
#3
Definitely a good deal. The choice between this and Play's budget offering, from a digital photography perspective, is a no brainer; the much faster performance of the Sandisk item is worth far more than the price difference. Heat+rep....cheers CJ
#4
Thanks guys. Btw how does the temperature thing work, does it go up or down by 1 degree each time someone votes?
#5
CJWilko
Thanks guys. Btw how does the temperature thing work, does it go up or down by 1 degree each time someone votes?


I think it moves by the number of red dots under the voters name
#6
I have the Extreme III version which has twice the tranfer speed, and works like a dream in my DLSR. They are still £12.99 on Play. Highly recommended.

Have just preorderd the 4 gb version from Play for £25 with £1 off for quidco too (comes with USB reader)

The morons on here will witter on about cheaper cards, but it is all about what you need them for.

If you only need 10 Meg/s transfer then this is a bargain, if not get a cheaper card, if you need faster then get a Sandisk Extreme III.

Cheers
#7
I agree with the sentiments of most posts.

For those of you with DSlrs, you probably already know that using a Pony Ebuyer or Play.com own brand SD card is absolute pants (not to mention my Nikon throws a fit at a lot of them).

Decent branded regular ones are OK. but that's about it.

The faster ones are just in a different class. Like one of the posters said, I also have 2 extreme III ultras (which were purchased from Play) but I keep meaning to order an Ultra II to see if the difference is that big (they Extreme IIIs went up to £15 about a month back and I found the Ultra IIs for £9)

Heat added. Cheers. Ignore the ignoramuses... there appear to be plenty about. If it ain't for them, they vote it cold! Personally, if I don't know if it's a good deal, I leave it alone! These are definitely a good deal.

On another note, people have been praising the fact that the play.com ones are £6. Personally? I wouldn't touch 'em! I've had my fill of Viking and Ebuyer carp cards. I'm not about to touch Play's versions! The £5.99+P&P Kingston ones from UKDVD are in a different class (I should know - I currently own 8 which have been various replacement items for cheap SDs that just don't cut the mustard)
#8
Save £80 :whistling:
#9
stapsell
doesnt do it for me...on play.com you can get a perfectly good 2gb SD for £6,
or a really fast 2gb SD extreme III for £13
but my choice would be 2gb SD ultra II with built in USB adapter for £11.49.
Still smashes most high street prices of course!


i do'nt beleive it was 90 pounds :whistling:

that is stupid:whistling:
#10
These Extreme or Ultra SD Cards - can you use them in any product that just say they take SD cards, or are these classed as a separate type of card (like the MicroSD)? On a standard camera (i.e. under £100), would they make a difference, or really only come into their own with the more powerful cameras?
#11
That "Save £80.00" is laughable really. It was probably that price 2 years ago.
I'd rather the OP put the price to pay in the title than this
#12
mattk3410
These Extreme or Ultra SD Cards - can you use them in any product that just say they take SD cards, or are these classed as a separate type of card (like the MicroSD)? On a standard camera (i.e. under £100), would they make a difference, or really only come into their own with the more powerful cameras?



It depends on the camera and what size file you are saving and how quickly you are taking the photos , they do come into there own when taking HQ video as the camera is writing to the card all the times, they will work in any SD camera, if they work out only a couple of quid more they are worth getting

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