Transcend 32GB SDHC Card Class 10 @ Play £36.99 - free delivery upto 20mb/s @ Play
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Transcend 32GB SDHC Card Class 10 @ Play £36.99 - free delivery upto 20mb/s @ Play

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Found 10th Jan 2011
Really good deal at this price, plus it's a class 10 with a transfer rate up to 20mb/s!

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The golden rule is <£1 per GB = hot.

This is a great price for class10

Original Poster

Exactly, by far! I've just ordered (for my pre-ordered Fuji f500exr), lets hope the quality is as good as it sounds.

bolivia

The golden rule is


'golden rule' only applies to older cards, almost always a premium for the largest size

There have been several 8GB and 16GB cards which are Class 10 and priced under £1 a GB.

Why buy this when you could buy two 16Gb cards cheaper? Doesn't make sense.
Edited by: "mccririck" 10th Jan 2011

mccririck

There have been several 8GB and 16GB cards which are Class 10 and priced … There have been several 8GB and 16GB cards which are Class 10 and priced under £1 a GB.Why buy this when you could buy two 16Gb cards cheaper? Doesn't make sense.


because it doesn't make sense to you doesn't mean it doesn't make sense.
the premium to get the largest card is fairly small imo so its down to personal choice.

True, however I question why anyone would buy the 32GB when it has a premium of over £5 and less flexibility.
Edited by: "mccririck" 11th Jan 2011

mccririck

True, however I question why anyone would buy the 32GB when it has a … True, however I question why anyone would buy the 32GB when it has a premium of over £5 and less flexibility.


dont want to carry more (or any) cards
want more storage
not really difficult

Cheaper to buy 2x 16GB SD cards from Amazon

Cold
Edited by: "talkshop" 11th Jan 2011

talkshop

Cheaper to buy 2x 16GB SD cards from AmazonCold


cheaper to buy 4x 8GB cards than 2x16GB cards
vote you cold
Edited by: "brilly" 11th Jan 2011

mccririck

There have been several 8GB and 16GB cards which are Class 10 and priced … There have been several 8GB and 16GB cards which are Class 10 and priced under £1 a GB.Why buy this when you could buy two 16Gb cards cheaper? Doesn't make sense.




talkshop

Cheaper to buy 2x 16GB SD cards from AmazonCold



When you are shooting in RAW, it is certainly better to have a 32GB card than a 4GB or a 16GB

I've fell out of love with Transend SDHC cards after this week. After travelling a 200 miles round trip to film something very important for someone, all the footage is wrecked. Both of the 16gb cards that I bought from 7dayshop are corrupt.

After testing them both on H2testw testing software, one has 12.2gb and the other has 10.5gb of usable space!! I've now got to phone the person this morning and tell them the footage is worthless and I'm going to have to make the journey again and waste another full day!!

Original Poster

Really, that is absolutely ridiculous! Maybe it would be better to pay more for a better brand sdhc.
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