Transcend 8GB SDHC Card Class 10 - £11.95 Delivered @ Amazon/MyMemory - HotUKDeals
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Cheapest price yet for this high speed SDHC card with good reviews on Amazon. MyMemory purchase option for £11.95 on RHS of page under 'More Buying Options'.

* Fully compatible with SD 2.0 Standards, SDHC Class 10 compliant, Compatible with all SDHC-labeled host devices
* Built-in Error Correcting Code (ECC), In System Programming (ISP)
* Secure Digital Music Initiative (SDMI),Content Protection for Recordable Media (CPRM)
* Auto-standby, Power-off and Sleep modes
* Mechanical Write-Protection Switch
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#1
mixed reviews regarding speed
#3
I have a 16gb one and seems good enough and decent speed
#4
will this be okay to replace my SD card for my Nikon D40?
#5
i have this card, works great for me and i shot in raw on my sony a500
#6
Brought one of these a couple of months ago for my Alpha 450

It has been reliable so far and seems pretty fast
#7
is it better to buy two 8GB card for £12 each or just buy one 16GB from the mymemory website for £22?
#8
peterpickles
Brought one of these a couple of months ago for my Alpha 450

It has been reliable so far and seems pretty fast


I've got an A450 as well so interested to hear you bought one. Is there much of a delay after taking a photo before you can delete it? What's burst mode like with this card?
#9
I have not tried the burst mode out yet
But I do shoot in RAW format and the pictures are processed pretty fast for such big files
#10
same here. works well with canon 550d. i shoot in raw mode too.

Wardi
I have a 16gb one and seems good enough and decent speed


Edited By: golo83 on Sep 15, 2010 00:20: .
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No1_Dave
is it better to buy two 8GB card for £12 each or just buy one 16GB from the mymemory website for £22?


Personal preference... Those who have been burned and lost images due to corrupt cards will tell you to get 2 x 8GB rather than a single 16GB card. Kinda putting all your eggs in one basket.

However, these things are better and more reliable than they used to be. Certainly if you stick to a quality brand name you should be fine. But always remember Sh1t happens! 8GB gives you enough 'RAW' shots on a DSLR without you having to change the card too often. Pro photographers will often shoot the first card, swap it for the second & get their assistant to download the pics from the first and keep swapping throughout the shoot... it gives the client something to look at.

OK I'm going to stop now... buy 2 x 8GB ;)
#12
I had one from these guys a while ago and it seems to work well...used in a Lumix camera, takes HD video without drama.
#13
deal-hunter
No1_Dave
is it better to buy two 8GB card for £12 each or just buy one 16GB from the mymemory website for £22?


Personal preference... Those who have been burned and lost images due to corrupt cards will tell you to get 2 x 8GB rather than a single 16GB card. Kinda putting all your eggs in one basket.

However, these things are better and more reliable than they used to be. Certainly if you stick to a quality brand name you should be fine. But always remember Sh1t happens! 8GB gives you enough 'RAW' shots on a DSLR without you having to change the card too often. Pro photographers will often shoot the first card, swap it for the second & get their assistant to download the pics from the first and keep swapping throughout the shoot... it gives the client something to look at.

OK I'm going to stop now... buy 2 x 8GB ;)


transcend offers lifetime warranty. so 16gb is not so bad.

Edited By: golo83 on Sep 15, 2010 19:01: .
#14
Any good for an HD video camera?
#15
KEG123
Any good for an HD video camera?


Perfect!
#16
Now £12.20
#17
#19
No, they are Class 4 and 6 respectively. This is a Class 10.
#20
No, they are Class 4 and 6 respectively. This is a Class 10.
#21
ok whats the advantages of class 10? just faster etc?

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