Product Type: Sony in Flash Memory
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MEMORIES ARE MADE OF THIS
Sony 32 GB Class 10 SDHC
Member Name: 2night
Sony 32 GB Class 10 SDHC
Date: 06/02/12, updated on 28/08/12 (61 review reads)
Advantages: Lots of space
When I was given a very nice digital camera as a gift for my birthday I thought it was a nice touch that the person included a memory card with the gift. As great as that was it was only a 2GB card, now it was very useful for a decent length of time but once I started to realise how many photographs I had taken I started to dread the card becoming full right at the very moment that I would really want to take the photo. A 2GB card can store a hell of a lot of photos and a small amount of video (as most digital cameras have the option to shoot video and even in HD you can imagine how much space that would take up)
So I was on the look out for a bigger storage for my camera, there was lots of choice from small such as the 4GB to a lot bigger 32GB. I decided to stick with the brand of card I was already using. That was Sony, I'm a bit so a stickler when it comes to names but if someone other than a salesperson recommends a brand I have never heard of I will happily give it a go.
It was very easy to find and purchases this little wonder as once I started looking they seamed to be everywhere and strangely for exactly the same price. It came packaged on a little cardboard sheet with a clear hard plastic covering. The memory card was clearly visible through the packaging. The card is dark black in colour with a black and red sticker right in the centre with the 32GB logo totally unmissable. 32GB meant this card was the equivalent of 16 of my original 2GB card and when compared to the price of that card it certainly wasn't 16 times the price.
The packaging was easy to open not one of those frustrating packs that you need a chainsaw to get in to.
Loading the card will depend on the camera you are using it in, but for me it was a simple action of pressing on the top of the 2GB card and that popped out like a DVD and replacing it with it's much bigger brother. This card can of course also be used in digital camcorders as I have used this card for that very use. The video playback and photo quality is great on this card, I'm not sure if the quality of the image can be effected by the card or if it's all down to the camera itself. However I did notice that the photos loaded quicker once I had installed this card and maybe it's all in my head but the pictures looked sharper.
Small but big, this is a great little memory card, it packs quite a punch for it's size and when compared to smaller capacity cards such as the 16GB for a little bit more money you get a lot more memory.
Thanks for reading :0) 2night
This can be purchased online at :
For £72.26 + shipping
Summary: Not cheap I know but it is worth it in the end as the amount of photos it can store is great
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