Just use a USB C to A adapter. It's not working here
Can anyone recommend a USB-C otg reader fast has a cable rather than a direct connection straight into the phone? I'd be using it quite a bit to transfer photo's from my camera but I don't like the idea of a device connected straight into the port with a rigid connection. I used to have a basic micro USB otg cable that I plugged my card reader into on one of my old phones that connected at 90 degrees, so I didn't have to worry about knocking it and damaging the phones port.
I just read this in the description, it seems that they're advertising the fact that it can transfer between 2 cards on android (confused) Besides, this memory card adapter allows exchanging photos between SD and TF card, no need to download to your phone then transfer them to another card, saving time and saving battery for data transmission
I think so
I'm assuming that's a limitation within android as opposed to this device?
There is nothing wrong with Chinese or Indian made products if you are not being cheap and are willing to pay. Just look at your iPhone, if you have one
Isn't it all made in china anyway? Its hard to find things that are made any where else these days. Especially electrical stuff.
no way, these are third party, and would they get a better legal discount than approved resellers??? I give it a miss as my photos, videos etc are too important to save a few pounds. Sadly, Amazon has been an extension of China store , ie China quality control and not UK quality control. This applies to other cheap production countries like India too.
If this is the same company based near Leicestershire ...I had two samsung 128 fake cards which didn't work and crashed my laptop. Thankfully Amazon sorted it out.
Personally i would never buy memory cards from someone operating from a house. Far too many fakes about.
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Would this be a good memory card for my Samsung A52s, mainly for photos and playing back music.
Yes but you may want to look for an A2 card instead of this A1 rated one.
I was thinking exactly that! 64Gb won't last long, though seeing how cheap this is I don't think I'd be too concerned; given that the cards are swappable if speed was an isue then at this price you could always dedicate it to emulated games where it wouldn't mattter as much and then you could pick up a faster one later. At this price three of them offering 1.5Tb would be cheaper than a 1Tb card at £150; that should be plenty for anyones needs.
Anyone used this with Steam deck?
Xiaomi uses just under 40mbit/s for 4k30, which is 5MB/s. A 10 year old class 10 MicroSD could save 4K video just fine, I have done just that. You will have no problems at all with this
Silly question, do they sync their internal time using GPS?
What the hell is an "Automotive Grade SD Card"? Is that just absolute marketing dribble for V10? EDIT: Just noticed that its actually only a V3 (lol), so apparently "Automotive Grade SD Card" is anything that meets the very low bar of 30MB/sec
Ahh got ya
If your using the camera whilst the car is parked and the engine is not running it could be useful.
ok thanks for confirming.....Like you say sounds like a bit of a con and surely the car demister should clear that up anyways?
Actually, in real world tests, the Sandisk has a significantly lower write speed and read speeds are almost the same. The sandisk manages around 90-95 read vs 85-90 for the Kingston. Sandisk write speed is around 35 vs 85 for the kingston, a significant difference for anyone wanting to record 4k video at higher bitrates. The Kingston card is a better all rounder.
It's quicker and exactly the same price. Might as well get something better for the same price. Both are reliable brands though.
out of curiosity, why?
The SanDisk card from my memory that Mr Switch posted is a better card to get, sorry OP.
I need a good card for my new Panasonic GH5 which does 4k 60. I read I need v60 card for best settings. Is this right? And are there any offers? Mirrorless cameras for 4k video recordings. You'll need alot of space
Good for cheap storage expansion on a lot of laptops out there. Stick music, etc. on this and free up disk space.
The rating for this card gives it a minimum of 30MBps write.
Amazon reviews quoting a write speed of 20 MB/s, so 150mbps (18.75 MB/s) recording is probably the maximum for this card - won't be very good for burst raw shooting either, unless your camera has a large buffer and you shoot conservative bursts.
This statement always makes me laugh. Heat.
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There's so many fake Sandisk cards on ebay it's laughable. Make sure there's free returns on the item.
Not necessarily but the blue Samsung Evo select cards released less than 6 months ago so at least you know they haven't been sat around for years
Newer = better?
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I get loads of footage on my 64gb card with my mini. A good 10 flights at 2.7k.
I've got it in my mavic mini and it holds a good amount i just need to transfer it onto my pc every 3-4 flights.
Would this be enough for a Mavic Mini 2 drone footage or will it fill up pretty quickly?
It means write speed. 100mb/s could be considered very fast if it was write speed as the bus supports it, but in reality it's a U3 card with a minimum 30mb/s write speed. Which in turn is fast enough for 4k. Not only that most devices probably only support UHS-I anyway and only high end camera's supporting anything upwards to UHS-III.