1Gb XD card plus 1 years Olympus User magazine subscription for £9.99
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1Gb XD card plus 1 years Olympus User magazine subscription for £9.99

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Found 22nd Sep 2007
Subscribe to "Olympus User" and receive a 1Gb Type M card and one years subscription to the magazine for £9.99 (usually £19.99) if paid by Direct Debit.

Call 01952 214040 and quote offer code OU/05/07

NB the magazine is issued quarterly but this deal offers a fifth issue for free.

olympuscameraclub.co.uk

If you need an card, even if only for backup, this is a great deal.


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added end date 31.10.07
- Tenex

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correct link, hot added

Very good deal, voted hot.

Original Poster

Just opened mine and found the card ships with a 6-card holder and there are some 3D glasses included too. I think they have something to do with the panorama functions available on the Type M card??

From phoning to receiving the magazine and card was about 2-3 days and they haven't even taken the DD yet. Well worth it.

Link not working ?

From phoning to receiving the magazine and card was about 2-3 days and … From phoning to receiving the magazine and card was about 2-3 days and they haven't even taken the DD yet. Well worth it.



Fair play, on a similar offer with Photography Monthly it took me 3 months to get the free SD Card.

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The Type H model is better?

Original Poster

I don't think you'd notice it in use. If you need speed get a Sandisk Ultra III or above, my E-400 writes a 22Mb RAW file to that in 1 second.

Also only type M does the panorama thing.

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Tenex

I don't think you'd notice it in use. If you need speed get a Sandisk … I don't think you'd notice it in use. If you need speed get a Sandisk Ultra III or above, my E-400 writes a 22Mb RAW file to that in 1 second.Also only type M does the panorama thing.



Isn't it when you take 3 photos then it lines them up to look like a really BIG panoramic view?

Original Poster

lumoruk

Isn't it when you take 3 photos then it lines them up to look like a … Isn't it when you take 3 photos then it lines them up to look like a really BIG panoramic view?

Dunno, does it do it in software (Olympus Master) or something?

Come to think of it why the 3D glasses?
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