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Bytestor 32GB SDHC Class 4 Memory Card £31.99 or 16gb card £14.39 delivered @ amazon
Bytestor 32GB SDHC Class 4 Memory Card £31.99 or 16gb card £14.39 delivered @ amazon

Bytestor 32GB SDHC Class 4 Memory Card £31.99 or 16gb card £14.39 delivered @ amazon

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ByteStor 32GB SDHC Card Class 4
New generation SD card for the latest SDHC compatible devices, such as digital camcorders and cameras.
Ideal for HD (High Definition) images and video.
Compatible with Class 4 and Class 2 devices (please see your device manual for the Class Speed of your device).
Ships in Certified Frustration-Free Packaging
Complete with a protective case.

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Pretty slow. A better deal would be the 16b transcend card at play.com for £14.99

Good Price

Play also have a Transcend 16Gb Class 10 for £14.99 - Not sure how the two brands compare
play.com/Ele…rch

Transcend do some with a lifetime warranty whereas Bytestar (even though I've never actually heard of these) come with a 5 year parts and labour warranty

16gb oos as is the transcend on play..

greencode

Transcend do some with a lifetime warranty whereas Bytestar (even though … Transcend do some with a lifetime warranty whereas Bytestar (even though I've never actually heard of these) come with a 5 year parts and labour warranty



I think the Amazon returns process works well if you buy from then do Amazon process the warantee returns or is it direct with Bytestar?
Edited by: "frownbreaker" 28th Dec 2010

frownbreaker

I think the Amazon returns process works well if you buy from then do … I think the Amazon returns process works well if you buy from then do Amazon process the warantee returns or is it direct with Bytestar?



I found that on the Bytestar website so I'd imagine you'd have to return it to them.

too slow for HD video

If you want 32gb - surely this class 10 is a better bet for £5 more:
amazon.co.uk/Tra…CXW

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too slow for HD video



My Panasonic HD camcorder came with a panasonic branded class 4 SDHC card. So at least Panasonic seems to think that a class 4 is perfectly suitable to record HD video.

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