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on 27 November 2012
Very pleased with this purchase. Used it with a Canon 600D camera. This card really is super fast at copying the jpegs onto my laptop and definitely achieves the 45MB/s rated speed. And it's a bargain on amazon.
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on 24 February 2013
This little thing gives me peace of mind when I'm out and about with my camera. I don't have to worry about running out of space and missing that special moment. I almost went for a smaller one , but remembered all the frustrating times in the past when I had to leave the snapping to someone else because my memory was full. Some things are false economy, getting an SD card without enough capacity is one of them in my opinion.
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on 6 April 2013
I found the choice of memory cards quite confusing (didn't realise what they really did) so I had to do quite a bit research before buying this. I checked out the various manufacturer's websites and read up on what all the different cards offered - matching the spec of my Canon Powershot SX50 and what I wanted to do with it. I decided to go for a powerful card that wouldn't compromise the "bells and whistles" of the camera and would transfer data quickly to my windows 8 pc. This was the one recommended for my needs, not the very top one, but I don't have a true DSLR. It seems to do what it says on the tin, so quite happy and the price was competitive. Good service from seller as always.
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It used to be when you went on holiday you took 72 or a 100 photos; The easily affordable 32 GB Sandisk SD card will let me know almost 10,000 photos on my 12 Megapixel Canon SX 260. You could now shoot thousands of photos as well as several hours of High definition video on your holiday - remember to take the battery charger!. With 32Gb of storage in your camera you could keep your photos on the card and most likely never need to delete them which makes them a really good archiving system too. The Flash in the chip also being fairly robust should keep your photos for a number of years. The card also comes with the Pro version of the sandisk recovery tools which will help you recover any accidentally deleted images on the chip.

In past experience Sandisk cards are very reliable and the Extreme series cards are more than fast enough for my camera's high speed shooting modes as well as 3d video shooting on my Fujifilm W3 so it also has a degree of future proof-ness for whatever the camera wizards come up with next. These cards are no so cheap that buying a slower inferior card isn't worth the risk.
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on 5 September 2012
I bought this for my Canon 650D and it works great. Not much you can say about a memory card but it seems to be fast and capable of handling the camera on burst mode. Arrived fast and is good value.

On the 650D default quality setting it will hold about 4000+ photos or in my experience about 1.5 hours of video (although the camera will automatically stop recording after it's done about 30mins and divide it up into 12 min or shorter sections.
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on 9 October 2012
I got this memory card to use with the recently purchased Canon EOS 600D. Very happy with the purchase so far, no issues with the packaging, item arrived on time. There were no problems on the functional side... So far only took about 1000 pictures, only a few at the highest rate ~3.5 per second and only a few at the highest quality + RAW. No issues at all. I did not take any videos so far. Perfectly suits my needs. Did not test the write/read speed and can not comment on it.
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Sandisk have always been my top choice for memory cards, and this card delivers on its promises. It handles high bitrate demanded from my devices with ease. I use these cards on Canon 7D MK2, G12, and a Panasonic TM700 camcorder and have no issues at all.

It is great to see these cards offered so much cheaper than high street prices!!

Highly recommended!
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on 11 July 2014
The cards I received from the purchase of these items are definitely counterfeit. Sadly, I found this out shortly after the cards failed during an important shoot. Not wishing to wipe these failed cards, or indeed send them back, I needed to get some more so I purchased the same make and model of SD card from CVP. On opening the proper 'difficult to open without scissors' packaging, the SD cards immediately felt more substantial in build quality. Furthermore, the labels are positioned straight, and the write protect tags are black (and not yellow as found on the counterfeit models). And noticeably these counterfeit cards say "Made In Taiwan", whereby the genuine articles should read "Made In China". Don't make the mistake of buying these incase you get some counterfeit model too. You can get a good price from reputable suppliers.
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on 15 December 2012
As above, but at a price point mirroring most "cheap n cheerful" offerings. I bought this for my Raspberry Pi as because it depends on SD cards for its boot disc i wanted one which was as fast as possible in order to cut down on the wait for everything to run.
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on 10 June 2013
Value for money this card definitely delivered - the cost was relatively low for a reputable name, we've had no problems with them after a month or so and they are fast at the same time as being compatible with the various equipment we've used them with. Not the fastest, not the biggest but not the most expensive. Would certainly recommend as a good mid-range card.

Update (October 2015): They might be considered a bit small now for using with cameras but ours are still reliable two and a half years after we bought them (May 2013) and with regular use (we bought three and cycle through them in our two cameras) and they have worked in three different cameras, at least five different computers (when sharing photos with friends) and even a mobile phone without even so much as a hiccup - definite recommendation.
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