Toshiba 64GB UHS-I  Class 10 SDXC Memory Card  £12.49 7dayshop
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Toshiba 64GB UHS-I Class 10 SDXC Memory Card £12.49 7dayshop

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Purchased. Thanks.

Don't forget 7% Quidco.

Many thanks. Ordered and heat added.

Thanks - Ordered

A bit of tech

Capacity (Unformatted) : 64GB
Class : 10
Form Factor : SDXC
Maximum Read Speed : 30MB/s
Maximum Write Speed : 10MB/s
Minimum Read Speed : 10MB/s
Minimum Write Speed : 10MB/s
Minutes of 1080P HD Video (MP4 1080 x 1920 29fps) : 532
Minutes of 720p HD Video (MP4 720X1280 29fps) : 743
Number of JPG100 (12 MP) : 26214
Number of RAW Images (12MP) : 3640
Number of Tracks ( 3 min 30 sec Tracks @ 256kb/s MP3 ) : 9752

Nice one. Ordered

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Sounds good for the money but if your using this in a Camera and shooting RAW that 10MB/s will cause your buffer to fill quickly.

"Maximum Write Speed : 10MB/s"

That is pretty slooooooowwwwww


vale of clwyd

"Maximum Write Speed : 10MB/s"That is pretty slooooooowwwwww



I'd be surprised if those specs are accurate. UHS-1 spec cards should perform quite a bit beyond the speed of normal Class 10 cards.

I shall soon see as my one is being delivered tomorrow. I also received a Kingston MobilLite G4 USB 3.0 card reader today...so I should be able to get a pretty accurate reading on how fast the card actually is.

Ouch! 10MB/s write makes it practically useless for a photographer shooting RAW.

gadgetmann

Ouch! 10MB/s write makes it practically useless for a photographer … Ouch! 10MB/s write makes it practically useless for a photographer shooting RAW.



There is no comment on the write speeds on Toshiba's own product listing;

Connector Pins 9 pins
Interface SD Memory Card standard compatible
Speed Class 10
Write Speed -
Read Speed 30 MB/s **
Power Consumption 60 - 80 mA (Typ)
Dimensions 32.0 mm (L) x 24.0 mm (W) x 2.1 mm (H)
Weight approx 2g
Operating Temperature -25°C to +55°C (Recommended)
Storage Temperature -20°C to +65°C (Recommended)
Operational and Storage Humidity 30% to 85% (No Condensation)


toshiba-memory.com/cms…tml

I've a feeling the write speeds will be higher. I'll report back tomorrow

Great price - a number of equipment manufacturers specify Toshiba as one of the 'guaranteed' cards to work with their equipment, so a good purchase. I already have a 32GB which is ample for my camera needs, so no need to upgrade here.

Great price heat added

would this be good for a bridge camera? Or should I get something faster?

dlm136

would this be good for a bridge camera? Or should I get something faster?



Do you shoot RAW? Do you tend to shoot multiple shots per second?

If you don't do either of those things, then your camera likely never reaches its buffer - so the speed of the card wouldn't make a huge amount of difference.

I have bought one for my Canon EOS M as a backup. I don't ever shoot lots of frames per second, and the buffer is pretty good at dealing with my RAW+JPEG shots. So for me, it should be a good card.

There is a much quicker card on HUKD from 7DayShop that is about £6 more expensive than this. That one is a UHS 3 card.

So yes, depends how you tend to use your camera

wenttoabetterplace

Do you shoot RAW? Do you tend to shoot multiple shots per second?If you … Do you shoot RAW? Do you tend to shoot multiple shots per second?If you don't do either of those things, then your camera likely never reaches its buffer - so the speed of the card wouldn't make a huge amount of difference.I have bought one for my Canon EOS M as a backup. I don't ever shoot lots of frames per second, and the buffer is pretty good at dealing with my RAW+JPEG shots. So for me, it should be a good card.There is a much quicker card on HUKD from 7DayShop that is about £6 more expensive than this. That one is a UHS 3 card. So yes, depends how you tend to use your camera



thanks for the reply - ​I have the Panasonic fz72 which does shoot in raw and does HD video recording, not sure I'd ever need raw, might use multiple shots very occasionally tho
Edited by: "dlm136" 31st Jul 2015

dlm136

​it's the Panasonic fz72 which does shoot in raw and does he video r … ​it's the Panasonic fz72 which does shoot in raw and does he video recording, not sure I'd ever need raw, might use multiple shots very occasionally tho



The EOS M has high bitrate 1080P video - which is a test for any card. I was expecting to get the card today, but I guess it will arrive tomorrow instead. Assuming it does, I will report back on its performance (compared to a 30Mbp/s Sandisk Ultra).

As long as the card does my high bitrate 1080P video, then I will be happy :). I use my camera as a videography tool more than anything.

so anyone found out speed of this thing yet?
i guess even if slow its a good deal but wouldn't mind a bit of speed
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