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Transcend 4GB Class 6 SDHC SD Card - £5.74 Delivered (£5.53 With QuidCo) - CDiscount

£5.74 @ CDiscount entertainment
Before everyone votes cold - Class 6 means it's fast - not as fast as the Sandisk Ultras, admitedly, but still much faster than most stuff on the market (min write speed of 6 MB/s being class 6) - If … Read More
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8y, 3m agoFound 8 years, 3 months ago
Before everyone votes cold - Class 6 means it's fast - not as fast as the Sandisk Ultras, admitedly, but still much faster than most stuff on the market (min write speed of 6 MB/s being class 6) - If you've got a slow camera, or a SatNav that seems to take an age to do anything this might help.

Use the voucher "FREEDELIVERY" to knock £2 off the price (the delivery is still £1.99 - so actually you save 1p)

Click here - http://www.quidco.com/visit/3288/ZNX/cashback/ - To go to CDiscount via QuidCo for 4.5%

Just to make this clear - this is an SDHC card - your device must support SDHC for this to work!

Next cheapest is 7DayShop at £5.99 - I've bought 2 so far and they've worked great.
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#1
Anyone tell me what the HC means? Can it be used as a normal SD card?
#2
Robbieeee2k
Anyone tell me what the HC means? Can it be used as a normal SD card?


HC means High capacity. Normal SD cards only go up to 2 gig. You need to check if what your using it with will take HC cards as some things only take the normal SD type. Newer stuff tends to be OK. Better to check in the specs of your camera or whatever its for.
#3
Robbieeee2k
Anyone tell me what the HC means? Can it be used as a normal SD card?


High Capacity and works like an SD card but only in devices that support the higher capacity.
#4
Robbieeee2k
Anyone tell me what the HC means? Can it be used as a normal SD card?


Looked it up with google for you and could'nt find anything, it took me hours too.
Does anyone know how this thing works?
#5
Mikiex
Looked it up with google for you and could'nt find anything, it took me hours too.
Does anyone know how this thing works?


No, a device has to be capable of supporting SDHC in order to use them, not just SD. A device may use both, but it can't be take for granted.
#6
good deal.

It works by recording the info in the many tiny minds of th emany tiny nano-hamsters on nano-wheels inside the chip.
#7
Thanks, just ordered
#8
n2lekha
Thanks, just ordered


no probs. I like to be first with "the science bit"
#9
Does this mean that my camera will take photos quicker after i press the bitton
#10
Just ordered a couple :)
#11
I bought a Transcend 4GB SD card before my recent holiday to Australia. Luckily I was dumping down all my photos on a daily basis as within 2 weeks of having it It froze and died. It kept asking to be re-formatted and wouldnt allow me acces both via Cam nor PC to allow me to get the pics off it and it had only used about 50MB that day!!....be careful
#12
Not bad price. I've had a few Transcend cards with no problems (although just got a Play.com 8Gb SDHC Class 6 for £10.99.

Here's my explanation of SD cards:
http://www.lazygamer.co.uk/common/b3ta/sdcards.gif
#13
Lee001ds
Does this mean that my camera will take photos quicker after i press the bitton


I've always found pressing the 'button' helps better.

Whether it speeds your camera up between photos depends on the camera, some cameras save photos faster with faster class cards, some cameras are just slow in general.
#14
Many thanks guys.
#15
battez
good deal.

It works by recording the info in the many tiny minds of th emany tiny nano-hamsters on nano-wheels inside the chip.


Class answer:thumbsup: You should be a teacher, LOL
#16
wildcardsa
I bought a Transcend 4GB SD card before my recent holiday to Australia. Luckily I was dumping down all my photos on a daily basis as within 2 weeks of having it It froze and died. It kept asking to be re-formatted and wouldnt allow me acces both via Cam nor PC to allow me to get the pics off it and it had only used about 50MB that day!!....be careful

So far I've not had an SD/SDHC card fail but I've moved back to smaller capacities for just this reason (and also risk of too much going if you lose one, in or out of camera). Also gets harder and harder to keep track of what you've got where when they're so big.

SD cards are so cheap these days you might as well keep them as 'negatives' for backup too rather than wiping them. SDHC may be good in camcorders, etc. but I really don't see the sense for stills when you can fit maybe 600+ plus high pixel shots on a 2Gb card.

If you do have a problem don't dump them though as you may find your camera shop or whatever can still retrieve the files.
#17
the cards have been sold out.
#18
wwwcjx
the cards have been sold out.


I've just ordered 2 & no mention of being sold out....:thumbsup:

"We are pleased to confirm that your order has been validated and we are currently in the process of preparing it in our warehouse"

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