out of stock SanDisk 64GB SDXC SD Card $7.20 C&C @ Bing Lee eBay

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SanDisk 64GB SDXC SD Card $7.20 C&C @ Bing Lee eBay Affiliate
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Not sure about the read/write speeds, but a 64GB SD Card under $10 from a reputable brand seems like a great choice.

Delivery is $9 but good deal for those who can C&C (stores are in NSW or Wodonga VIC).

Original 20% off Selected Tech & Electronics @ eBay

Comments

  • +5 votes

    Price is good but note it is class 4 and way too slower transfer rates

  • +8 votes

    Class 10 is the minimum if you want decent speeds. This is a slow card! I didn't even know class 4 64GB cards existed.

  • +4 votes

    Class 4 SD card. Thank you for reminding me 2004 and my first Canon point and shoot digital camera.

  • +1 vote

    At $7.20, its worth a gamble. Might even use it yet.
    Spent more money on Zapals junk I never use.

  • +2 votes

    15.20 for a 32gb class 10 Sandisk card @ bing lee ebay, click and collect
    https://www.ebay.com.au/itm/New-Sandisk-SDUNC032GGN6IN-32GB-...

  • +1 vote

    The big problem is older hardware for which 4MB/s is acceptable is either limited to standard SD (2GB) or to 32GB SDHC. There is a reason they're trying to get rid of this card. If it were class 10 it would cost 5x as much.

  • +3 votes

    FYI, class-4 means 4 MB/s write. So four or five hours to fill the card.

    But good enough to hold a video library for your tablet.

    • +3 votes

      But first, you need to find a tablet that accepts SD cards rather than micro SD cards. :)

      • +1 vote

        Good point. I must have been thinking of my laptop :-)
        Last tablet I had with full-SD slot was a Nokia :-)

        • -2 votes

          You’re forgiven. I’m thinking of my old dell axim and palm tx pda. Maybe for the DS lite as well

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    Will this be good enough for a camera?

    • +1 vote

      Which camera?
      The short answer to your question though, is no.

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      I wouldn’t use it for a DSLR. Basic point and shoot would be fine.

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      I have a couple of supposedly identical "class 4s" in my point and shoot camera. It's a bit of luck whether it will be good enough.

      For shooting images it's fine who cares, but for shooting 1080p video only one of the cards works, whereas the other card can't actually write fast enough to be filming in 1080p. This camera is 5 odd years old now, I'd only expect that cameras these days take up even more space with their videos.

      I'd get a faster card with smaller storage.

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      If you don't care about speed, then yes. It will take about a second (maybe two) to store a JPG from a standard point and shoot. If you shoot raw images then you'd going to be waiting 10 seconds between shots. You could probably record 720p video onto it, but nothing better.

      • +1 vote

        If you shoot raw images then you'd going to be waiting 10 seconds between shots.

        Don't forget about the camera's buffer. You'll only be waiting if the buffer is full and is still being flushed to the card.

        You could probably record 720p video onto it, but nothing better.

        Lots of cheap cameras only use a 20-28Mbps bitrate for full HD video, so it should work fine as a Class 4 card's speed exceeds that.

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    Might be a nice card to use in my iPod Mini 2 but concerned about class 4 speeds even though it's only an MP3 player

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    dang , if only free postage

  • +1 vote

    Class 4 offers an average speed of 4mb/s. So quiet slow these days.

    The last time I purchased a class 4 memory card was from this deal. Which was ok for use in a GPS at the time.

  • +2 votes

    $9 postage is a rip off.

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    Only good for photography with this class 4 card, won't be able to record HD/1080p video.

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      Would be perfectly fine for timelapses, but $9 postage makes this a rip!

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      Not even that. If you shoot in RAW on a DSLR, I wouldn’t use this thing. Write speed of 4 mb/s when photos are over 20mb in RAW?

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        Not even that. If you shoot in RAW on a DSLR, I wouldn’t use this thing. Write speed of 4 mb/s when photos are over 20mb in RAW?

        If you don't take burst shots or multiple successive shots, it won't really matter as your camera's buffer is what gets filled up first.

        On the other hand, if someone is considering a $7 card for their DSLR, it probably isn't a very high-end DSLR, so would probably have a pretty small buffer. :)

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      Only good for photography with this class 4 card, won't be able to record HD/1080p video.

      It depends on the camera. Lots of cheaper cameras only use a 20-28Mbps bitrate for 1080p video. That's 2.5MB/s - 3.5MB/s.

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        I was going to ask if this was okay for dashcams.. but then I realised dashcams only take micro sd cards lol

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    These cards are excellent for practicing patience

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    I see why it was showing as 0 available for me which made me think that it was sold out. It doesn't post to Regional Queensland and as such for me it shows as 0 stock available. How lame is that. Shafted by Bing Lee.

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    If you want the film experience of taking photos, get this card…

    You'll have to wait till you get hold of your images ;)

  • +4 votes

    With this you can make it the CHEAPEST and SLOWEST 128GB SSD under $35

  • +2 votes

    Put in laptop for backup drive for the small ssd ultrabooks with little space and soldered ssd's

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    Back in 2003 I bought a 512mb xd card (yes, xd) for $150…

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    "PROTOTYPE" code did not work but ordered C&C anyway.

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    I feel stupid right now: I thought these are micro SD cards and made an order without double check.

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    Very good for storage, thanks op

  • +1 vote

    Good for storing mp3 songs for my car.

  • +1 vote

    Received today and did the speed test by ATTO Disk Benchmark. 128KB result is good (29MB/s write, and 38MB/s read). Over 512KB result is stable (8MB/s write, and 38MB/s read). It's not too bad for such card.