4GB SD HC Flash Memory Card - As low as £17.64
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4GB SD HC Flash Memory Card - As low as £17.64

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Found 17th Apr 2007
Available for pre-order.

£17.64 through Quidco (2%). Best price I have seen so for on a high capacity SD HC Card.

* This high speed version enables you to take continuous pictures quickly / or download data faster as the information is transferred with great speed
* Optimized for use in PDAs, MP3 players, or digital cameras
* Can store music, images, movies and data files

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Does anyone know if you can use these in the Wii?

Thanks!
Ash

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AshMcConnell

Does anyone know if you can use these in the Wii?Thanks!Ash



The SD HC card (0.94" x 1.25" x 0.08") is a new generation of Secure Digital cards that is designed to be higher speed. Also, SD HC card allows you to store more than 2 GB - theoretically up to 2TB. At the present time the largest SD HC card is 8GB. The bad news is that SD HC cards are NOT backward compatible with SD devices even though they will fit in the slot. So if you want to use larger cards you will have to look for SD HC compatible devices. The SD HC cards were first released in May, 2006.

Yeah, the Wii only takes up to 2Gig - good price for the 4Gig though, voted Hot!

Thanks!
Ash

Original Poster

AshMcConnell

Yeah, the Wii only takes up to 2Gig - good price for the 4Gig though, … Yeah, the Wii only takes up to 2Gig - good price for the 4Gig though, voted Hot!Thanks!Ash



No problem!

This is useful for owners of certain SLR's such as Nikon, Olympus and a few others.

Not something I need myself, but a great price nonetheless so voted hot

"The bad news is that SD HC cards are NOT backward compatible with SD devices even though they will fit in the slot. "

sorry if this sounds stupid but i ordered one for my new digital camera and now im not sure if its the right one... ive got the casio ex-z75. does anyone know if it will be okay to use in this? thanks

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angelsarah

"The bad news is that SD HC cards are NOT backward compatible with SD … "The bad news is that SD HC cards are NOT backward compatible with SD devices even though they will fit in the slot. "sorry if this sounds stupid but i ordered one for my new digital camera and now im not sure if its the right one... ive got the casio ex-z75. does anyone know if it will be okay to use in this? thanks



From another site:

THESE SD CARDS ARE FOR USE IN ANY DEVICE THAT IS SDHC COMPLIANT. A FEW OF … THESE SD CARDS ARE FOR USE IN ANY DEVICE THAT IS SDHC COMPLIANT. A FEW OF THE COMPATIBLE DEVICES ARE CANON POWERSHOT S3 IS, NIKON D40, NIKON D50, NIKON D80, THE CASIO EXILIM ZOOM EX-Z600, CASIO EX-Z1000, PENTAX OPTIO S7. YOUR MANUFACTURERS INSTRUCTION MANUAL WILL INFORM YOU WHICH FLASH CARD TO USE

angelsarah

"The bad news is that SD HC cards are NOT backward compatible with SD … "The bad news is that SD HC cards are NOT backward compatible with SD devices even though they will fit in the slot. "sorry if this sounds stupid but i ordered one for my new digital camera and now im not sure if its the right one... ive got the casio ex-z75. does anyone know if it will be okay to use in this? thanks



I'm fairly sure you should be ok, it claims SDHC in the specs:

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Panasonic support at least on some of their newer cameras is not bad for SDHC, both the LX2 and L1 support SDHC with the card door clearly labelled SDHC.

John

thanks so much for your quick and helpful replies! i was starting to worry id ordered the worng thing as im all new to digital cameras! thanks:thumbsup:

ordered one of these as its only 17.99! not sure what i'll use it for yet, will let you know which of my devices at home it works in!

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Got mine. Works great. Cheers to the OP. :thumbsup:
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