Storage Options SDHC10-32 SD Memory Card 32gb - Class 10 £32.30 @ Amazon - HotUKDeals
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5 Year Warrenty
Class 10
FAT32 file system
RoHS compliant
Compatible with SD Specification v.2.0
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Mechanical write-protection switch
Supports CPRM for SD-AudioCompatable with Digital cameras / camcorders, Netbook computers, PDAs, Media players, Mobile phones, Satellite navigation systems & Video games consoles

Seems a good deal plus free delivery dont understand every time I post a deal it gets deleted
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Not an SD card but SDHC (all "SD" cards above 2Gb are SDHC). Meaning this won't work in your camera unless the manual SAYS it will. Just a heads up, as this is a frequent source of confusion on a camera help forum I visit.
#2
Looks like a good price for a 32 class 10

Anyone seen any benchmarks for this card?
#3
Thanks BritishDragon
#4
This is from Bentham Ltd not amazon. It's a marketplace seller. Not allowed.
#5
Ordered.
#6
megotmail
Not an SD card but SDHC (all "SD" cards above 2Gb are SDHC). Meaning this won't work in your camera unless the manual SAYS it will. Just a heads up, as this is a frequent source of confusion on a camera help forum I visit.


Actually some 4GB cards are SD not SDHC, like this one

http://www.amazon.co.uk/Transcend-TS4GSDC-4Gb-SD-Card/dp/B000LQ1LZG

But most 4G are SDHC and anything above that definitely is.

See here for explanation

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Secure_Digital

Standard-SD cards (non-SDHC) with greater than 1 GB capacity
The SD Card Association's current specifications define how a standard SD (non-SDHC) card with more than 1 GB and up to 4 GB capacity should be designed. These cards should be readable in any SD 1.01 devices that take the block length data into account. Any 1 GB or lesser card should always work (so the key question is how one's reader handles block length).
According to the specification,[23] the maximum capacity of a standard SD card is defined by (BLOCKNR × BLOCK_LEN), where BLOCKNR may be (4,096 × 512) and BLOCK_LEN may be up to 2,048. This allows a capacity of 4 GB. The main problem is that some of the card readers support only a block (or, sector) size of 512 bytes, so greater than 1 GB non-SDHC cards may cause compatibility difficulties for users of such devices

Edited By: jamesdew on Dec 20, 2010 16:12
#7
Loopijuce
This is from Bentham Ltd not amazon. It's a marketplace seller. Not allowed.


How come?
#8
Its £32.96 from Amazon.

Its £32.30 via a third party seller.

I've had a terrible experience with third party sellers on Amazon.

One to avoid for me.
#10
#11


Thanks, just ordered two, it's the first time I've seen them at that price.
#12
Awesome price! :D
#13


at least its free delivery :p ordered!
#14


Thanks, just ordered two, it's the first time I've seen them at that price, free shipping too.
#15
melikey


Thanks, just ordered two, it's the first time I've seen them at that price, free shipping too.


It even has 5 star rating from 1 reviewer :)
#16
Are they any good though ?
Bought a 32gb off EBay and it was useless. You could put maybe 4gb on, then the rest was unplayable.(An Irish seller with a Polish name - avoid him like the plague, people) Granted, it's not eBay, but not a known name either.

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