- Where to buy memory these days (SD card)
7Dayshop are the people to go to. They do 16 and 32 gig SD cards for £15-20, and any card will be fast enough for a compact, you’re not shooting five frames per second so write speed shouldn’t be too much of an issue. I’ve got a couple of their unbranded 4Gb cards, (actually unlabeled Toshiba), which I use in my D60, and had no issues.Posted 6 years ago
Just had a look, how’s this;
32Gb class ten professional card for £20.99. Or they do a 16Gb twin pack for the same price.
Avoid eBay deals, there are lots of bogus cards, or low capacity relabelled as high capacity or high speed out there.
I see no reason why not, they’re probably made by Sandisk or Toshiba anyway, and 7dayshop aren’t going to risk putting out a substandard product which actually has their name printed on it. Maybe if you’re a seasoned pro photographer who has to rely absolutely on the integrity of his storage media when out on shoots for high paying clients then you’ll want the very, very best, but as you’re shooting with a compact I wouldn’t imagine the loss of one or two photos would lead to anything more than mild annoyance.Posted 6 years agoDuane…Member
Want to get a new SD card for my new compact. Currently got a 2gb but want at leats 8gb, but would consider paying for up to 32gb depending on price.
Do I want class 10, or does it make no difference? And where to buy from? Chances if I get it off eBay of it being not the brand it says?
Ta, Duane.Posted 6 years agomomoSubscriber
I use mymemory.co.uk quick delivery and a good price, I have quite a few class 10 cards from them (all 8gig, I prefer to use smaller cards and carry spares, that way losing a card won’t mean the loss of all my photos or video) work fine in my HD camcorder and my compact (which also records HD video)Posted 6 years ago
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