SanDisk Ultra 200GB microSDXC Memory Card + SD Adapter with A1 App Performance up to 100MB/s, Class 10, U1 £48.76 - Amazon sold by Amazon US
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SanDisk Ultra 200GB microSDXC Memory Card + SD Adapter with A1 App Performance up to 100MB/s, Class 10, U1 £48.76 - Amazon sold by Amazon US

£48.76£61.58 21% Amazon US Deals
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Edited by:"hko"Found 23rd Nov
The previous hot deal is listed as £61.58 here: SanDisk Ultra 200GB microSDXC Memory Card + SD Adapter - Amazon Spain £61.58

And now it's even better. Keep in mind you might also get around £3 refund from Amazon for import fees in the future. RRP price on Amazon UK is £73.49.

128GB version is £29 as well.

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zzzz2 h, 32 m ago

I would recommend either a portable/desktop hdd or smaller capacity memory …I would recommend either a portable/desktop hdd or smaller capacity memory cards - if you lose one or it fails, less tears.There is a price premium for latest and greatest which , in most cases. is really not necessary.As a sidenote , do we really need a nuclear power station to make a cup of tea ?


Yeah you will also look like a plank carrying a mobile phone around with a portable HHD atatched to the bottom
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Works out at £ 50.82 with shipping and import fees for me

michaeladobbs4 m ago

Works out at £ 50.82 with shipping and import fees for me


Same for me.

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michaeladobbs4 m ago

Works out at £ 50.82 with shipping and import fees for me


If Amazon exchanges the currency then I believe it's around 50 yes, I used Revolut to be honest, £2 is £2.

these were sub £40 last year! waiting patiently for tomorrow.... come down in price..... just think come down in price

I got the 128GB for £29.30 with a free foreign exchange card, thanks OP. I saw they have a 400Gb now for $250, crazy world of storage we're living in...

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zeppovendetta6 m ago

I got the 128GB for £29.30 with a free foreign exchange card, thanks OP. I …I got the 128GB for £29.30 with a free foreign exchange card, thanks OP. I saw they have a 400Gb now for $250, crazy world of storage we're living in...


Cheers, I did the same for 200GB.

crazymonkey16 m ago

these were sub £40 last year! waiting patiently for tomorrow.... come down …these were sub £40 last year! waiting patiently for tomorrow.... come down in price..... just think come down in price


200gb Microsd card for under £40!! I think not!

128gb were ~£23 a while back.
Still an expensive and silly way to buy storage.

so are you placing the order on the US site?

how much are you paying in shipping?

zzzz4 m ago

128gb were ~£23 a while back.Still an expensive and silly way to buy …128gb were ~£23 a while back.Still an expensive and silly way to buy storage.



What alternative would you recommend?

is this good for 4k 60fps recording?

I would recommend either a portable/desktop hdd or smaller capacity memory cards - if you lose one or it fails, less tears.
There is a price premium for latest and greatest which , in most cases. is really not necessary.
As a sidenote , do we really need a nuclear power station to make a cup of tea ?
Edited by: "zzzz" 23rd Nov

Figo_Rulz1113 m ago

is this good for 4k 60fps recording?


yes i have used it in my Sony RX100 V at 4k and it worked a treat

I would wait till midnight to see if the 200GB one is discounted in the UK; the US is still a couple of hours behind so if not then you can pick up this one. The Import + Delivery fees do add a decent bit onto the the price

Tempted but I'm hanging in to see if we get the same price for a UK deal.

zzzz48 m ago

I would recommend either a portable/desktop hdd or smaller capacity memory …I would recommend either a portable/desktop hdd or smaller capacity memory cards - if you lose one or it fails, less tears.There is a price premium for latest and greatest which , in most cases. is really not necessary.As a sidenote , do we really need a nuclear power station to make a cup of tea ?


You're talking from the perspective of an average consumer which these are not geared at. You can't plug a portable HDD into a filming camera or DSLR.
Edited by: "tamaru" 23rd Nov

zzzz1 h, 30 m ago

128gb were ~£23 a while back.Still an expensive and silly way to buy …128gb were ~£23 a while back.Still an expensive and silly way to buy storage.


Nope. This price is decent. If you want need it don't buy it. For people like me who have a dslr and smart phone that use them, large cards are ideal.

When the psp was out memory cards we're around £90 for a 1GB....

they're getting cheaper, bigger and faster. Also try plugging a hdd into your phone without making it bulky. Utilise some critical thinking too instead of switching to triggered mode.
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zzzz2 h, 32 m ago

I would recommend either a portable/desktop hdd or smaller capacity memory …I would recommend either a portable/desktop hdd or smaller capacity memory cards - if you lose one or it fails, less tears.There is a price premium for latest and greatest which , in most cases. is really not necessary.As a sidenote , do we really need a nuclear power station to make a cup of tea ?


Yeah you will also look like a plank carrying a mobile phone around with a portable HHD atatched to the bottom

spencer242 h, 58 m ago

Yeah you will also look like a plank carrying a mobile phone around with a …Yeah you will also look like a plank carrying a mobile phone around with a portable HHD atatched to the bottom


To be honest anyone who uses memory cards is a 'plank' nowadays have you heard of the cloud?!?

pengwyn28 m ago

To be honest anyone who uses memory cards is a 'plank' nowadays have you …To be honest anyone who uses memory cards is a 'plank' nowadays have you heard of the cloud?!?


Yeah but the only clouds that work in Norfolk are the ones in the sky!! No signal or Wi-Fi = no cloud.

yoshi8 h, 30 m ago

yes i have used it in my Sony RX100 V at 4k and it worked a treat


Are you sure that records at 60 fps though rather than 30 fps?
i have the latest RX10 iv and am pretty sure it’s only 30 fps.

To remind people, this SDXC is a class 10 U1 card, nowadays some device request class 10 U3 as requirment. So please check before you buy.

I have d3200, 24MP , 2 x sony nex , sony a5000,20mp, a samsung 20mp mirrorless . . . and some others - not sure about filming cameras ??
I would not use a microsd for a device that takes sd.
I would not use a large size card like this in a camera . . because "schitt 'appens"

edit - nearly forgot the phone - I have a 5 quid phone , had it years, battery lasts nearly a week -it makes/receives phone calls. Don't know how to connect a hdd to it. No radio but it has a carpy torch oh, and a timer.

@ Kallyhoe - "If you want need it don't buy it." . . . well I think I know what you mean - smart phone ??
Edited by: "zzzz" 23rd Nov

ghow00720 h, 3 m ago

Are you sure that records at 60 fps though rather than 30 fps?i have the …Are you sure that records at 60 fps though rather than 30 fps?i have the latest RX10 iv and am pretty sure it’s only 30 fps.


your right its just 30fps at 4k. i hadn't spotted the last bit of the original question about the fps

i have a yi+ 4k 60fps camera that works well but ois doesnt work at that speed so i have to use a electronic gimbal to keep it steady. it also needs faster micro sd, i use sandisk extreme in it as this type of sandisk cant write quicvk enough.
Edited by: "yoshi" 24th Nov
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