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Transcend 8GB SDHC Class 10 Memory Card £7.99 @ Amazon sold by MyMemory

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I was looking for a higher capacity SDHC card for my camera, i really only need 8GB and this looks to be the best deal around for a decent well known brand. Ordered from Amazon fulfilled by Trans… Read More
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5y, 11m agoFound 5 years, 11 months ago
I was looking for a higher capacity SDHC card for my camera, i really only need 8GB and this looks to be the best deal around for a decent well known brand.

Ordered from Amazon fulfilled by Transcend.

hope it's of help to someone
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#1
Price is £6.10 plus £2.00 postage = £8.10
#2
this was £8 yesterday, £8.10 is still a good deal
#3
doh I paid 8.20 for mine!
1 Like #4
Have to disagree with the first couple of comments... I see the price as OP states, £7.99 with Free Delivery. Think you are looking at another seller.
#5
Thanks will be useful
1 Like #6
Price is as in title
£7.99 + FREE SHIPPING
Great find
#7
gr8 price 4 a class 10 card = heat
#8
can you use this with a tom tom go sat nav
#9
shedboysrule
can you use this with a tom tom go sat nav

Yes
banned#10
reviews don't seem good though, lots of failures, not something you want when recording you holiday snaps, etc

I was going to go for this but decided on another make instead and paid the extra.
#12
hotdealsuk
reviews don't seem good though, lots of failures, not something you want when recording you holiday snaps, etc

I was going to go for this but decided on another make instead and paid the extra.

I think that Transcend Class 10s have a lifetime warranty if you register them when you purchase
banned 1 Like #13
dan394
hotdealsuk
reviews don't seem good though, lots of failures, not something you want when recording you holiday snaps, etc

I was going to go for this but decided on another make instead and paid the extra.

I think that Transcend Class 10s have a lifetime warranty if you register them when you purchase


Maybe, but it doesn't mean they'll get your lost photos/video back when it breaks though
#14
I have an 8GB Transcend (not classs 10 though) and it has been unreliable. I have lost photos on a number of occasions and it does not read properly a lot of the time. All my other SD's have been ok but I would not buy another Transcend.
#15
Alternative Sandisk 8GB Ultra 11 Class 4:( but only £7.19 on E bay
#16
What does the 'class' category mean? The higher the number the better it is?
#17
samwants2save
What does the 'class' category mean? The higher the number the better it is?



apparently the class is how fast data can be moved to/from the card.

I bought this class 10 for my digi camera to minimize the reset time between pictures.

it did make a difference, not much but for 8 quid its worth buying one of these!
#18
I ordered the same 16gb card from MyMemory through Amazon for £15.60 delivered. I also got the 8gb for £7.99 delivered from the same supplier.

So not a great deal really.
#19
you can also get a Kingston SDHC 16GB from MyMemory for £18.00, if you use quidco and the 5% off voucher you can get it down to about £16.00 delivered - for legendary Kingston reliability and guarantee.
#20
hotdealsuk
dan394
hotdealsuk
reviews don't seem good though, lots of failures, not something you want when recording you holiday snaps, etc

I was going to go for this but decided on another make instead and paid the extra.

I think that Transcend Class 10s have a lifetime warranty if you register them when you purchase


Maybe, but it doesn't mean they'll get your lost photos/video back when it breaks though

Name us one company in the world that does this (get your lost photos/video back)?
#21
droster
you can also get a Kingston SDHC 16GB from MyMemory for £18.00, if you use quidco and the 5% off voucher you can get it down to about £16.00 delivered - for legendary Kingston reliability and guarantee.

What is the 5% off voucher?
#22
samwants2save
What does the 'class' category mean? The higher the number the better it is?
It's the minimum write speed - i.e. you should be able to write to a class 4 memory card at 4mb/s at least, and a class 10 memory card at 10mb/s at least.

So in theory, a good quality card of a lower class could actually be faster than a poor quality, higher class card, because the class is just a minimum requirement. You could have a low quality class 10 that just manages 10mb/s and a high quality class 4 that manages 15mb/s (check out the Sandisk Ultra cards - their class 4s write at a minimum of 6mb/s and can manage up to 15!).

I recently bought a couple of Transcend class 10 cards - an 8gb for my girlfriend's camera, which works fine, and a 32gb for my camera, which was faulty and had to be returned. So I'm not entirely sold on the brand, but the 8gb card works fine and this is a good price for one!
#23
samwants2save
What does the 'class' category mean? The higher the number the better it is?

I was told by Jessops that to record full HD video clips in a canon 500d you need a minimum class 10 card otherwise the camera will not write the info to the card quick enough.

I have a class 2/4 card that was used in a fuji digital camera and some of the full hd clips stuttered so I thought maybe the advice was correct.

I then used the same card to record in the canon and it worked fine with HD recording so go figure!
#24
Just bought one, still £7.99... good deal, heat added!
banned#25
splender
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dan394
hotdealsuk
reviews don't seem good though, lots of failures, not something you want when recording you holiday snaps, etc

I was going to go for this but decided on another make instead and paid the extra.

I think that Transcend Class 10s have a lifetime warranty if you register them when you purchase


Maybe, but it doesn't mean they'll get your lost photos/video back when it breaks though

Name us one company in the world that does this (get your lost photos/video back)?


Why? What I said was the warranty won't cover getting your lost photos/video back, it just means you'll get a replacement card.
#26
I've got this card. Never had a single problem
#27
I have one of these in my Lumix TZ7 and it is great has served me well and writes the hd video perfectly well, something I have had issues with on other cards, I think mine was nearly twice this price when i purchased it

Nice card.
#28
robmiller667
samwants2save
What does the 'class' category mean? The higher the number the better it is?
I was told by Jessops that to record full HD video clips in a canon 500d you need a minimum class 10 card otherwise the camera will not write the info to the card quick enough.

I have a class 2/4 card that was used in a fuji digital camera and some of the full hd clips stuttered so I thought maybe the advice was correct.

I then used the same card to record in the canon and it worked fine with HD recording so go figure!
I don't know about the 500D, but I have a 550D and the manual recommends at least a class 6. However I've used a class 4 and it worked fine for recording movies. However it struggles to take more than 2-3 photos in quick succession unless I use a faster card.
#29
Now reduced to 7.90 (including P&P) from MyMemory's Amazon store Voted HOT op. (_;)
#30
splender
hotdealsuk
dan394
hotdealsuk
reviews don't seem good though, lots of failures, not something you want when recording you holiday snaps, etc

I was going to go for this but decided on another make instead and paid the extra.

I think that Transcend Class 10s have a lifetime warranty if you register them when you purchase


Maybe, but it doesn't mean they'll get your lost photos/video back when it breaks though

Name us one company in the world that does this (get your lost photos/video back)?


there are loads

http://www.nationwidedatarecovery.co.uk/photo_recovery.html

used them before for hard disk recovery (after 3 failures in 1 day!! - just mega unlucky - but they recovered all my near 300gb of photos - cost £700 though gulp! failure was mechical so not recoverable under normal circumstances - head failure) and they are excellent but ruddy expensive - businesses use them - i suspect pcworld use them too as i think there are only 4 companies in this country that can do this


Edited By: royals on Jun 23, 2011 22:50: edf

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