PNY 8GB Twin Pack Optima High Speed SD HC Card (16gb) £16.49 @ Play
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PNY 8GB Twin Pack Optima High Speed SD HC Card (16gb) £16.49 @ Play

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Found 19th Nov 2009
High reliability and low consumption makes the PNY Secure Digital the ideal companion for digital applications:
SD Optima High Capacity & High Speed Card
Speed: Class 4
Operating consumption 150mA max
Write protect switch
Data Retention 1000,000 hours
High recommended upgrade for SLR digital cameras
High recommended tool to shoot continuous pictures
High speed allowing minimum click to click time
SPI mode Compatible
Incorporates SDMI (Secure Digital Music Initiative) encryption technology for improved protection of copyrighted data and music. Meets artists' requirements, contents owners and offers greater data security for users
Reusable without loss of quality
100% compatible with all devices using SD Secure Digital cards
5 years warranty

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What do National Geographic know about data storage?

littld;6935188

What do National Geographic know about data storage?



Well, they take millions of photos and tons of video in conditions of sub zero up to very hot, so quite alot probably.

PNY 16GB card is £16.99 and single 8GB is £9.99 from the same vendor.
These cards are class 4, adequate for most users. Not sure about HD-camcorders and top-range digital-SLR cameras though.

Original Poster

I was thinking of getting one for my phone - seems a good buy

suman_das;6936199

PNY 16GB card is £16.99 and single 8GB is £9.99 from the same v … PNY 16GB card is £16.99 and single 8GB is £9.99 from the same vendor.These cards are class 4, adequate for most users. Not sure about HD-camcorders and top-range digital-SLR cameras though.


Ive got an hd flash camcorder, albeit a less expensive one - samsung U10, it works fine in that.

suman_das;6936199

PNY 16GB card is £16.99 and single 8GB is £9.99 from the same v … PNY 16GB card is £16.99 and single 8GB is £9.99 from the same vendor.These cards are class 4, adequate for most users. Not sure about HD-camcorders and top-range digital-SLR cameras though.



I have Canon HF100 and it requires class 4 SDHC card to record at highest quality HD footage. All fine.

There are 8 bits in a byte. Class 4 is 4 Megabytes/sec and my camcorder is 17 Megabits/sec at highest quality. So 4 x 8 = 32 Megabits/sec so i would have no problem using these cards

I see other high quality camcorders at 24 Mbits/sec so these class 4 are sufficient for them.

Hope that explains it well
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