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SanDisk Ultra MicroSD Card 128GB 100MB/s $14.99 + Delivery @ Shopping Square

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  • +2 votes

    does this work with Nintendo switch?

    • +16 votes

      Why wouldn’t it?

      Edit; oh I see there’s Nintendo branded SD cards. That’s just marketing exploiting people who don’t know better. Yes this will work.

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        I think some people also buy them for the officially licensed art on the card.

        • +11 votes

          …that you won't see once inserted into the Switch.

          • +3 votes

            @silverrat23: but I guess you would in a pile of SD cards, and know which one you shouldn't use in something else. Not that I'd buy one, but having recently been looking through a heap of microSD cards that look the same looking for something its not a zero value… I just started liquid papering symbols on mine now.

      • +1 vote

        I thought he’s asking that question as it’s become some sort of meme at this point…

    • +1 vote

      Which microSD cards are supported?

      The following types of microSD cards are supported on Nintendo Switch:

      microSD (up to 2 GB)
      microSDHC (4 GB - 32 GB)
      microSDXC (64 GB and above)
      

      https://www.nintendo.com.au/help/switch-lite-storage-and-dat...

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    This has got to be the cheapest 128GB micro SD card ever posted on OzBargain!

  • +1 vote

    whats the shipping cost?

    • +2 votes

      $1.99

      • -4 votes

        why isn't this included in the title? so dumb

  • +1 vote

    No 1TB 😫

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    only 1 per person?

  • +3 votes

    Just a warning about the write speed, it's the slowest of all sandisk card 23MB/s
    If that' s all you need, it's fine, but my phone records up to 55MB/s

    • +1 vote

      And that’s a yikes from me. Sandisk extreme 128gb has been on here at 20 bucks which is very well worth the price IMO at 160MB/s read and 90MB/s write

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    Can anyone recommend the best value option for a 4K mirrorless? (Fuji X-S10)
    Haven't picked up an SD card yet but will be shooting a mix of both video and photo…
    EDIT: And whether using a microSD in an adapter would have any difference to using a SD card

    • +3 votes

      Buy this or something similar.

      Write Speed: up to 90MB/s
      Read Speed: up to 170MB/s

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        Cheers, and no worries using it with an adapter?

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      Recommended to use a normal SD card rather than a micro SD in an adapter. I use something like this: https://www.amazon.com.au/dp/B07H9J1YXN/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_g...

      • +3 votes

        I keep seeing similar comments to yours, and I don't understand why. There's no electronics in an adaptor, it's just a plug and socket. It doesn't make any difference to the performance of the card, so why do so many people think a full-size card is superior?

        • +9 votes

          It doesn’t make any difference. It’s the old snake oil recommendation.

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    This any good for use in a dash cam?

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      also want to know..

    • +7 votes

      No, get a high endurance card

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        My no name 32Gb mSD worked well for a few years, always uncovered during daylight.

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          constant writing and deletion of data will degrade any type of memory faster, HDDs, SSDs, SD cards etc. you might get lucky, but you also might not. it's worth it to spend a little bit more in case of an accident in which you are able to prove your innocence because the card you were recording to didn't fail. of course, spending a little bit more doesn't guarantee the expensive card won't fail just as quickly, because you might just get unlucky, but it makes that a less likely possibility.

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            @Alasdair: For VIOFO A129 Duo, better to get 256 or 128GB?

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              @NimNim: I have the VIOFO A129 and the frount+rear footage is roughly 570mb per 5min so if my math is right the 32gb will hold roughly 4.5 hours of footage.

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              @NimNim: it depends on how much footage you record, if you don't drive that often then the 128 GB would suffice but if you drive a lot and are constantly rewriting and deleting footage then the 256 will probably last longer.

              if price is not a problem then i would probably just go for the 256 GB anyway, it's almost double the capacity of the 128 which means you will deleting all the footage half as often as you would be with the 128 GB, which means less write + delete cycles (which is what degrades flash memory).

      • +1 vote

        The Sandisk MAX Endurance cards are also on special, I ended up buying one for my dashcam.

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        Thank you

  • +1 vote

    Where is amazon when u need them to pricematcb?

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    has anyone ever tried using a 1Tb microSD inside of their phone ?
    Amazon Prime Day is coming up soon, and hoping for a 1Tb bargain price

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      Yes they have

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    Ouch I just bought the lexar 128gb for my nintendo switch :(

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    Was looking to buy Sandisk Extreme 64GB.. but the delivery cost makes it the same as price on Amazon/eBay.

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    Any good for phone ?