Toshiba Exceria N302 128GB SD Memory Card 90 MB/s 4K HD ~ £18.99 @ BTShop (+99p Delivery)
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Toshiba Exceria N302 128GB SD Memory Card 90 MB/s 4K HD ~ £18.99 @ BTShop (+99p Delivery)

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Found 17th Dec 2016
Been looking around for a super fast SD card to shoot 4K with my digital camera. This is the best I could find at this time. Available to order. TopCashback 2.3%

Perfect balance for 4K/HD and photo image capture
Made for everyday storage
Perfect for mobile devices
X-ray proof
Class 10 storage card with 90 MB/s max read speed

42 Comments

Seems to have been discontinued, still a good price but ill give it a miss for my DSLR!

mcgill322

Seems to have been discontinued, still a good price but ill give it a … Seems to have been discontinued, still a good price but ill give it a miss for my DSLR!



Just order it, they will deliver when they have stock

good for galaxy tab A?

no its a full size sd not a micro sd card

hot

really hot, thanks

Potentially lose a lot of pictures if this card went corrupt, better off getting 4 x 32 GB, but it is a good price

neils31

Potentially lose a lot of pictures if this card went corrupt, better off … Potentially lose a lot of pictures if this card went corrupt, better off getting 4 x 32 GB, but it is a good price


Or 8x16 GB
Or 16x 8 GB etc

That's an amazing price for a U3 class card. Everything at this price is usually U1.

HOT.
Edited by: "Picard123" 17th Dec 2016

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Ordered, fab price, cheers op

neils31

Potentially lose a lot of pictures if this card went corrupt, better off … Potentially lose a lot of pictures if this card went corrupt, better off getting 4 x 32 GB, but it is a good price


Unless your camera has dual card slots (which plenty of Nikon do and the 7D I think), which negates this issue somewhat.

Thanx ordered for my dslr. I back up photos on pc so this will be good.

ajmoir36

no its a full size sd not a micro sd card



​ooops ......good job I asked.....thanks

Ordered 2, both for my DSLR, 1 in the second slot for backup. Hot.

neils31

Potentially lose a lot of pictures if this card went corrupt, better off … Potentially lose a lot of pictures if this card went corrupt, better off getting 4 x 32 GB, but it is a good price



​Yet in that scenario you are more likely to lose some of your photos. More cards means the chance of one being bad and failing increases. You are also more likely to lose one.

It's better to put all your eggs in one (big) basket and regularly back up to a hard drive, the cloud etc.

jasee

Or 8x16 GBOr 16x 8 GB etc


Or 88,888x 1.44MB floppys. That guy's just saved us time, money and effort! Make him Prime Minister!
Edited by: "friar_chris" 17th Dec 2016

good price, but write in speed bit slow for High speed dslr

Samluk

good price, but write in speed bit slow for High speed dslr



It all depends what you're doing. Obviously, if you're shooting 20MB RAW in burst mode at 6 shots per second, then sure, there's going to be a problem. But then again, if you're doing that sort of work, you'll already know what you're looking for and you won't be on HUKD looking for cheap SD cards....

thanks

jasee

Or 8x16 GBOr 16x 8 GB etc



It really does matter for someone who takes his photos seriously

Any idea what the write speed is?

Easy2BCheesy

Any idea what the write speed is?



It's U3, so a minimum of 30MB/s for sequential writes.

Peope might find this guide useful:
bhphotovideo.com/exp…buy
Edited by: "Picard123" 17th Dec 2016

Good deal but how do you get the 99p shipping?

neils31

Potentially lose a lot of pictures if this card went corrupt, better off … Potentially lose a lot of pictures if this card went corrupt, better off getting 4 x 32 GB, but it is a good price


My 64GB Sandisk has just become corrupt, only 5 weeks old. Luckily it was at the start of a shooting session! I can imagine the devastation if it happens before you've backed them up. Definitely agree having multiple smaller cards is the way to go. 800-1000 images (roughly) on 32GB.... do we need much more?

Picard123

It all depends what you're doing. Obviously, if you're shooting 20MB RAW … It all depends what you're doing. Obviously, if you're shooting 20MB RAW in burst mode at 6 shots per second, then sure, there's going to be a problem. But then again, if you're doing that sort of work, you'll already know what you're looking for and you won't be on HUKD looking for cheap SD cards....


LOL I know what i want, but that's nth wrong to do some price check ~ and nth wrong to come here and comment.

Edited by: "Samluk" 17th Dec 2016

mcgill322

Seems to have been discontinued, still a good price but ill give it a … Seems to have been discontinued, still a good price but ill give it a miss for my DSLR!


128GB is too high for a DSLR. Dont keep all eggs in one basket, I carry a few 32GB instead. Swap as needed.
I would like one to keep my MP3 in my car radio. Easy to replace if it fails.

xfaxfa

My 64GB Sandisk has just become corrupt, only 5 weeks old. Luckily it was … My 64GB Sandisk has just become corrupt, only 5 weeks old. Luckily it was at the start of a shooting session! I can imagine the devastation if it happens before you've backed them up. Definitely agree having multiple smaller cards is the way to go. 800-1000 images (roughly) on 32GB.... do we need much more?



My Sandisk Ultra card also failed after about using it to record about 40GB worth of video over a period of about 2 months. Permanently locked in read only mode and no amount of formatting or using error fix utilities will get it to accept any sort of writes. No idea if their Pro or Extreme lines are any better, but I'm not impressed by Sandisk cards at all as this is the second Sandisk card which I've had fail on me. Going to be using other brands from now on.
Edited by: "Picard123" 17th Dec 2016

Picard123

It's U3, so a minimum of 30MB/s for sequential writes.Peope might find … It's U3, so a minimum of 30MB/s for sequential writes.Peope might find this guide useful:https://www.bhphotovideo.com/explora/photography/buying-guide/fastest-memory-cards-money-can-buy



Thanks but I'm still unclear what the write speed is. I use the Sandisk Extreme cards usually which can hit 90MB/s but they are very pricey. I'm not expecting the same from this, but I rather suspect it will go a lot faster than 30MB/s.

Easy2BCheesy

Thanks but I'm still unclear what the write speed is. I use the Sandisk … Thanks but I'm still unclear what the write speed is. I use the Sandisk Extreme cards usually which can hit 90MB/s but they are very pricey. I'm not expecting the same from this, but I rather suspect it will go a lot faster than 30MB/s.



Unless you're talking about the Extreme Pro, the 90MB/s you mention isn't the write speed - that's the read speed. Sequential writes will be alot slower. Of the benchmarks I've seen they've ranged anywhere between 35-50MB/s for the Extreme depending on which benchmarks you look at eg. cameramemoryspeed.com/rev…rd/

For the Toshiba M302, I don't know what the real world sequential write speeds would be. I have the MicroSD version of the M302 so I can't say definitively whether that would perform exactly the same (the MicroSD version gets around 30-35MB/s sequential for what what it's worth). I'm sure there will be benchmarks out there if you have a Google but I doubt it will be as fast as the 2015/16 Extreme. It is alot cheaper though as the 2016 year U3/V30 rated Extreme is currently about £50 from reputable retailers for the 128GB version.
Edited by: "Picard123" 17th Dec 2016

Anybody know if this is suitable for game storage for a Wii U?

Picard123

My Sandisk Ultra card also failed after about using it to record about … My Sandisk Ultra card also failed after about using it to record about 40GB worth of video over a period of about 2 months. Permanently locked in read only mode and no amount of formatting or using error fix utilities will get it to accept any sort of writes. No idea if their Pro and Ultra lines are any better, but I'm not impressed by Sandisk cards at all as this is the second Sandisk card which I've had fail on me. Going to be using other brands from now on.



I've just double checked, mine is a Sandisk Ultra.... Silver and red, yes? Think this is the last of these I'll be buying. Mine doesn't grant me any sort of access! I too have tried several methods of recovery and nothing has worked. The first time I saw corrupt card on my DSLR I was able to format and shoot. Won't let me do that this time.

been looking for memory card for new lumix that shoots 4k and was just going to get a 64gb one but this is same price as the ones I've been looking at so ordered. no rush for delivery as a have a decent size one I can use in the mean time.

I bought the same card (except micro SD) from Amazon and when I tested the speeds the fastest it would do was 25 MB/s which is less than the minimum 30 MB/s for the U3 certification. Should I send it back?

Hot...Thanks

dashforth

I bought the same card (except micro SD) from Amazon and when I tested … I bought the same card (except micro SD) from Amazon and when I tested the speeds the fastest it would do was 25 MB/s which is less than the minimum 30 MB/s for the U3 certification. Should I send it back?



Try a couple of different benchmark tools first and make sure nothing in running in the background.

Edited by: "Picard123" 17th Dec 2016

i just couldn't escape from this deal. i so wanted not to buy it as i really really not need it but then i just did it i mean i just bought l

Picard123

Try a couple of different benchmark tools first and make sure nothing in … Try a couple of different benchmark tools first and make sure nothing in running in the background.



I use h2testw. It reports 35 MB/s with my Sandisk card. Which other tools do you recommend?

Picard123

Try a couple of different benchmark tools first and make sure nothing in … Try a couple of different benchmark tools first and make sure nothing in running in the background.



Speed depends on what you were transfering. I expect most computers would transfer a single 4 GB file faster than 1,000 2 MB files (2 GB total).

can this be used in a dash cam?

Can this be used in a dash cam?
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