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Transcend 8GB SD Card (SDHC) - Class 10 @mymemory £14.99

£14.99 @ MyMemory
RRP £25.99 You Save £11.00 (43%) Looks a good deal to me for a superfast card save £11.00 Adhering to the new Class 10 specification, Transcend's SDHC cards perform at a transfer rate up to 20M… Read More
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RRP £25.99
You Save £11.00 (43%)

Looks a good deal to me for a superfast card save £11.00

Adhering to the new Class 10 specification, Transcend's SDHC cards perform at a transfer rate up to 20MB/s on devices supporting SD 3.0, ensuring your device remains quick and responsive while recording and viewing files. The SDHC Class 10 series offer larger-volume data storage and optimized recording performance with support for FAT 32 file formats. With up to 16GB of storage, you can store your entire music or picture collection on today's high-megapixel digital cameras, HDTV digital video cameras, PDAs and other memory-hungry devices.
- Fully compatible with SD 2.0 Standards
- SDHC Class 10 compliant
- Compatible with all SDHC-labeled host devices
- Built-in Error Correcting Code (ECC)
- Secure Digital Music Initiative (SDMI)
- Content Protection for Recordable Media (CPRM)
- In System Programming (ISP)
- Auto-standby, Power-off and Sleep modes
- Mechanical Write-Protection Switch
- RoHS Compliant.
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#1
Hot! The best price I can find for Sandisk Extreme III 20MB/s is £24 each.

Furthermore, according to http://www.transcendusa.com/products/ModDetail.asp?ModNo=268&SpNo=1&LangNo=0, MyMemory have understated the lifetime warranty.

I'm in the market for a new DSLR at the moment, so I've ordered a couple so I don't have to buy a card from a photographic shop with their 200%+ markup.
#2
How can you find out whether your device supports SD 3.0??

Otherwise, how fast is this likely to be?
#3
monkeydo
How can you find out whether your device supports SD 3.0??

Otherwise, how fast is this likely to be?


SD 3.0 seems to be the standard definition that governs SDXC.

The benchmarks I've seen of this card indicate 17MB/s+

EDIT: Nice fast service from mymemory (arrived 2 days later from Jersey), but I've been benchmarking the cards I ordered, together with a Kodak-branded Lexar RW047SDHC card reader. The packaging claims 20MB/s read, 16MB/s write, and Class 10 should guarantee a minimum of 10MB/s write.

My benchmarks, however, are all over the place, seemingly dependent on the total size of the write (and the block size, but that's to be expected); I'm getting as high as 14.1MB/s but as low as 4.3MB/s. It seems whilst http://forums.dpreview.com/forums/read.asp?forum=1023&message=34254929 reports good speeds, http://w.slickdeals.net/forums/showthread.php?t=2080746&page=1 reports many people also experiencing the same thing.

I'm wondering if my card reader is only marginally-compliant, or these are only marginally-compliant, from a bad batch, or possibly even fake (http://www.bunniestudios.com/blog/?p=918). Anyone else received theirs and benchmarked them?

The part numbers on my cards are MMBGF08GWMCA-MB, which appears to be Samsung (and ties in with the 'KOREA' mark).
#4
cowbutt
SD 3.0 seems to be the standard definition that governs SDXC.

The benchmarks I've seen of this card indicate 17MB/s+


Fair enough, cheers. ;-)
#5
i'm very happy with mine. good card.

only paid 11 quid for it (after cashback) from zoombits.
#6
zurich
i'm very happy with mine. good card.

only paid 11 quid for it (after cashback) from zoombits.


Have you got the deal link please?
suspended#7
zurich
i'm very happy with mine. good card.

only paid 11 quid for it (after cashback) from zoombits.


Shows as £18.64 for me ... have you got a code?

It 10% on quidco on pre VAT price unless you recommend a friend and you get 25% off both orders =£13.98
#8
was posted here. expired now. http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/657729/transcend-8gb-sdhc-class-10-memory-

there is 15% code atm but that takes it only to £15 or so
suspended#9
zurich
was posted here. expired now. http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/657729/transcend-8gb-sdhc-class-10-memory-

there is 15% code atm but that takes it only to £15 or so


Thanks
#10
Thanks OP - looking for a fast card to go in my new HX5V before going on me hols.
Have some H+R
#11
Would this card work on a Nikon D40?
#12
only getting around 9-10mb/s write
#13
Shame by SDHC card reader only says it reads class 2, 4 & 6 cards.

I must admit I'm using class 4 cards at the moment and have no problems with HD video capture to the card so perhaps class 10 has no real advantage for me without having to buy new card reader too.

I dont mind waiting a few extra seconds to copy files to my PC

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