SanDisk 8GB SDHC ULTRA II Card - now just £13.59 delivered @ MyMemory (using code)
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SanDisk 8GB SDHC ULTRA II Card - now just £13.59 delivered @ MyMemory (using code)

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Found 2nd Sep 2008Made hot 2nd Sep 2008
This SanDisk 8GB SDHC ULTRA II Card is now just £13.59 delivered @ MyMemory !

To get this price, use Discount Code: mysan01

The new SanDisk Ultra II Secure Digital Card (SDHC) offers high performance, durability and high-speed needed for advanced amateur photographers and photo enthusiasts.

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shame it is not faster(class 6)

No faster? Isn't class 6 the fastest?

This ain't micro SDHC in case anyone's wondering.

Class 6 is indeed the fastest and this is class 4 .. still a good price but I bought my Veho 8GB class 6 on ebay for about £1 more so the choice is yours..

al pal;2876359

No faster? Isn't class 6 the fastest?



What Dave is saying is that these cards are class 4. However to be fair, class 4 is massively fast enough for 8-10 megapixel fast burst shooting on most cameras, class 6 is really only for pro use or camcorder usage with full 1080p resolution and quality sound.

Details

This SanDisk high capacity (SDHC) SD card is based on the new SDA (SD Card Association) 2.00 specification. This new SDA 2.00 specification enables SD cards to reach higher capacities.
Specification

SDHC are speed rated using a new "class system", the available speeds are:

- Class 2: 2 MB/s
- Class 4: 4 MB/s
- Class 6: 6 MB/s

SanDisk Ultra II SDHC cards are Class 4.

EvoStu.

Thanks EvoStu for clearing this up for us. I bought a Panasonic SD-9 HiDef Camcorder last month and it came with class 6 8gb card, but really didn't know the meaning or need for a class 6.

Cheers
Steve:)

If anyone is after a class 6 8gb sd card, have a look at amazon for a transcend one at £15.33.

Says 2-5 week delivery, but it said the same when I ordered and came within a week.

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dave111;2876161

shame it is not faster(class 6)


What do you have that needs a class 6 card?

Ebuyer have the Veho 8gb class 6 for £13.60 and £2.58 delivery making it £16.18.

Or just £13.60 if you are ordering other things with it....

ebuyer.com/pro…210

cheap cheap. been waiting for an excuse to grab one of these for my dslr.

thanks muchly.

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Koma Toes;2876573

What do you have that needs a class 6 card?



Watching DVD rips stored on a SDHC card on my new eeepc 901.

mabccc;2877082

Watching DVD rips stored on a SDHC card on my new eeepc 901.

I'd have thought that any card would be fine for that - DVD is max about 10MBits/sec I think, which is less than 2MBytes/sec.

Note that MyMenory has put their prices up for this "offer" - a Kingston class 4 4GB Micro SD card costs LESS than the Sandisk equivalent which is only class 2. The offer is only available on the Sandisk...

Yeh, they have bumped up their Sandisk prices to counter this 20% offer. Kind of sucks.

EvoStu;2876440

What Dave is saying is that these cards are class 4. However to be fair, … What Dave is saying is that these cards are class 4. However to be fair, class 4 is massively fast enough for 8-10 megapixel fast burst shooting on most cameras, class 6 is really only for pro use or camcorder usage with full 1080p resolution and quality sound.DetailsThis SanDisk high capacity (SDHC) SD card is based on the new SDA (SD Card Association) 2.00 specification. This new SDA 2.00 specification enables SD cards to reach higher capacities.SpecificationSDHC are speed rated using a new "class system", the available speeds are:- Class 2: 2 MB/s- Class 4: 4 MB/s- Class 6: 6 MB/sSanDisk Ultra II SDHC cards are Class 4.EvoStu.



These are WRITE speads! read speeds will be much faster.

When I checked the website late last night, the 8GB Ultra II was still listed as £19.99 so it has in fact dropped despite the 20% off. They had banner ads for £13.59 price, so I suppose they hadn't updated all the pricing.

Anyway, I ordered one this morning for my Aspire One.

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pibpob;2877152

I'd have thought that any card would be fine for that - DVD is max about … I'd have thought that any card would be fine for that - DVD is max about 10MBits/sec I think, which is less than 2MBytes/sec.



Watching a ripped DVD (no compression) on a Class 2 is really jerky for me. On a class 6 it is fine.

got a transcend 8gb class 6 for £12 delivered - from amazon marketplace though with the £2.50 HUKD voucher, but this is a good price too

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what do people think of silicone power sd cards?
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