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cbflazaro1

you can literally buy these and sell for 75+ on ebay when they arrive. But because doesnt say "SanDisk" on it. wont go hot I shoot weddings on 2 a7r3's too, often use the burst 10fps and never filled the burst. But i guess other types of shooters like sports may require faster buffer clearing. Although most that go for these cards, is to shoot 4k120 on a7s3/etc

rprp

That's true, but it's sod's law that the shot you want is the first one you miss. It's a great price, don't get me wrong.

cbflazaro1

a 200Mb card wont give you much more shooting before stopping. You get like 30-40 photos in the buffer, after that, 10FPS is about 1Gb/s on a a7r3. doesnt matter what card you have, after 50+ shots, they will all slow down to about 1 photo a second. Also worth noting that even though certain cards write at 100Mb/s, 150Mb/s and so on, sony cameras cant write to them at those speeds. for example a extreme pro, capable of 293Mb/s, only writes at a maximum of 141MB/s in camera. a V60 Tough, capable of 282, maxes at 129 in camera

rprp

It's not video that's the problem. It's photos. When they're 42mp and 80mb each, you really need fast write when you're snapping sway at fireworks or sports and the like. I swapped it for an R3 which has a much bigger buffer and UHS-II. Turned a very capable but frustrating camera into one that's a joy to use.

cbflazaro1

For video I don't know many cameras that write faster than this? A7r2 maxes as 100Mbps,thats 12.5Mb/s I recorded plenty of 100mbps on the slower v30 integral cards before without issues.

SANDISK Extreme Plus Class 10 SDHC Memory Card - 16 GB, Twin Pack £11.97 @ Currys PC World
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19/06/2021Expires on 19/06/2021Posted 25th AprPosted 25th Apr
I know its only 16Gb but you get 2!! so less than £6 each. £25.96 at Amazon but may be cheaper elsewhere. U3 30MB/s Useful for: 4K video, RAW images shot in high speed burst mode
pengwyn

Trust isn't anecdotes.......I think it's reasonable to expect Seagate once they've won their customers trust back to betray that by cheapening the drives.........time will tell but companies get greedy make mistakes and only part of that customer base comes back......if they do start failing drives again they'll lose all of their customers.......in the end I am totally western digital I've yet to see a new drive fail...... SanDisk micro SD cards are the same i slam them too that's again far from anecdotes.......your trying to provide black and white answer which I never made its ok to look at a cheap manufacturer and question why they are cheap.......then you can say cheap and nasty.........I don't take chance with data whilst I have everything backed up twice my photos in the cloud too I see the importance of putting a hard drive in my mum's house just in case my house burns down.....this is just a 16gb card tbh I have a SanDisk wireless stick 16gb 50 quid that copies wirelessly over an intranet so I'm covered even in remote senarios where you need to put things on tellys or phones of course you have WiFi direct but what if that isn't available...........

bovrilla

Whilst anecdotes are not data, I have six U3 V30/V60 tier Integral cards for use in various mirrorless cameras and they get slammed. They seem to cope. None have failed in a few years use. That being said I have 5+ year old Sandisk Extreme cards that are also still trucking, my only beef with them is the wildly inconsistent performance stats quoted (or suspiciously not mentioned) on their packaging. I've had a lot of Kingston micro-SD cards fail in my time, which might just be bad luck but I've left them alone in recent years.

pengwyn

Integral are like Seagate I wouldn't touch them........whereas SanDisk are like western digital........everybody says Seagate don't f everyone over anymore but they did once......trust is everything when you talk about data loss......I think in 10 years one of my wd recert 4tb orange my passport drives with SMR btw came up with a check disk error it was cexxed the next day and I lost a tenner

cbflazaro1

I've been a photographer for 10 years. Shooting cards back to back. Only had a few sandisks, mostly other brands, in 10 years I had 2 cars issues (full card dead and 1 with a batch corrupted files) both issues were on sandisk. I rather trust far more reliable and uk made brands like integral which are not just cheaper but faster and so far, much more reliable to me

pengwyn

If your using them like dash cams you need endurance cards.....if SanDisk find dashcam footage on a normal Cards that invalidates the warranty.....it's in the t+c I'm not saying you are going to get caught because there won't be dash cam footage but if your usage is the same then I'm not surprised you've got failures......my usage is karaoke I've raided a 400 and a 512 to give me access to rigmars 180000 karaoke backing tracks my usage is industrial but not endurance .....I'm a music promoter / manager

Integral SD and Micro SD Card Reader, USB 3.1 USB 3.0 - £3.78 Prime (+ £4.49 Non Prime) @ Amazon
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Posted 25th AprPosted 25th Apr
Integral SD and Micro SD Card Reader, USB 3.1 USB 3.0, for SD, SDHC, SDXC and micro SD, microSDHC, microSDXC Memory Cards, USB3.0 Memory Card Adapter Description Make backing-up t… Read more
kelvuk

Price has jumped up

rhodyate

just card reader :)

KimBibby

Is this just the card reader or does the micro card come with it.? Thanks

sdduk2

Bought the same last year for £1.80p still good deal and is very good i use it all the time.

xPabloz

I remember when this was posted last year (i think) for just over £1 on multiple occasions.

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Amazon Fire HD10 (9th gen) Tablet 32GB 10.1" HD Display with 32GB SD Card & 4 Easy Pays £94.91 Delivered @ QVC
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Posted 21st AprPosted 21st Apr
seems a fairly good deal esp as your getting 4 easy pays & a sd card (even if they are cheap) & the money back garantee also if your new to QVC & not using the easy pay… Read more
Discente

Back up to £129.99! :|

Discente

Update..."This item is available through Advanced Order. It will be shipped the week commencing 17/05/2021."

TopTrump

If QVC didn't offer easy pays (a great way of coaxing emotional purchases back into life, don't think about if you can afford it, just buy it, and pay for everything on instalments - by the time you've paid it off, there'll be another newer version along), and money-back guarantee (although they get to keep the £4.95 P&P costs) - they wouldn't make any sales.

Discente

^ WOW! both posts...promotional offers bundle (SDCARD) £159.53p at Amazon and no mention of ads! :| https://www.qvcuk.com/db1cf8f8-c756-4732-8513-004435744e06 (popcorn) :p Also "We have extended our Money Back Guarantee from 30 to 60 days. As well as your statutory right to cancel, every product sold by QVC, unless otherwise stated, is now also backed by a 60 day money-back guarantee." :)

TopTrump

Whenever QVC do an Amazon product 'deal', a short time after Amazon, or the likes of Currys, Argos tend to follow suit. Bear in mind this is the 9th gen model released in 2019. Perhaps Amazon is soon to launch a 10th gen version of the Fire 10 tablet, as they have done with the Fire 8? With it comes improved range and stability with BlueTooth5.0 vs the 4.2 LE that QVC's offering comes with. That's typically how it works with QVC, they get first dibs on excess stock, for them to bundle with something else to increase the perception of value flogged at 'lower prices', using the audience's generally unfamiliarity of tech to be one of their first ports of call for dumping stock. When they're really desperate to flog Amazon tech which is approaching it's pensionable age, they bundle it with a cheapo customisable case and a next to useless 2 year tech support voucher - which hooks you up to some centre of frustration in Hyderabad, and possibly free P&P as the final weapon in QVC's armoury to shift stock they signed up to buy from Amazon at preferential rates. £4.95 P&P for an item that Amazon will send to you for free! I guess you could think of it as paying for the SD card, but 32GB cards nowadays, are almost disposable (again, shifting stock).

Integral SD Card Reader USB2.0 for SD, SDHC, SDXC Memory Cards, USB Memory Card Adapter, White £1.99 prime / £6.48 nonPrime @ Amazon
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Posted 19th AprPosted 19th Apr
Over 2 million card readers sold View / backup videos and photos from your SD Card with your Computer – Insert your SD Card into the USB Card Reader and plug it into a Computer vi… Read more
FreakyGeek

If your after a usb 3.0 SD/Micro SD adapter I'd highly recommend this seller: https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/USB-CARD-READER-3-0-HIGH-SPEED-MICRO-SD-MEMORY-SDHC-SDXC-MMC-for-android-CAM-UK-/154346853906?_trksid=p2349624.m46890.l49286 Bought one last week, delivered in 3 days and has great transfer speeds. (y)

OpineDevine

X100V for 1.99 - bargain! :{

MPD1

Evidently the poster repurposed this deal after realising the previous error RE the camera model. Fair enough!

MentalFloss

I got a notification for mirrorless camera as well, confused

hamsterboy

No microSD slot. Only reads via SD card adaptor