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value for money (but check price of the 16GB and the Extreme versions),
What is there to say, it's a memory card, it stores things. It doesn't do much anything else. It does what it does well enough, it keeps the data; and it is reasonably fast.
It works great with my camera (EOS 450D), and you do need minimun of 8gb with a DSRL. Though you might now want to start looking at the 16GB to see if they provide better GB/£ ratio.
If speed is critical for you (as it sometimes is), then you might want to consider the Extreme versions from SanDisk (have one of those also). Yes they are more expensive, but you will want one of those if you for example do continuos shooting with a DSLR, then it's about the speed.
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Initial post: 8 May 2010 22:33:09 BDT
Mrs. N. Kelso says:
i need a bigger memory card for my canon camera.but i want to know is how many photos does it hold all 2gether pls?has the card ive got in now only holds less than 60 pics thanks
In reply to an earlier post on 5 Nov 2010 09:54:09 GMT
James Mcewan says:
I'm using this card in a Canon EOS 450D SLR and If shooting at the highest resolution, 12.2 MP, then I have the capacity to capture nearly 1500 images on the card!
Hope this helps.
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