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Old May 9, 2010, 12:51 AM   #1
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Can anyone recommend a place that is legit and has a current good deal on a 16GB SDHC or Micro SDHC CLASS 6 card that I can use in my Fuji HS10. I've seen a few out ther. Looking for the best deal for my buck on a good legit card from a legit seller. Will not trust E-bay....... I need to get another card for the Fuji HS10 by the 21st as I am shooting our county high school graduation that day and will need to take tons of images over 4 to 5 hour time frame.

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I got my transcend class 10 16gb at newegg.com for 48 dollars, they also carry class 6 16gb. All legit. Transcend is a quality card.

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...-410-_-Product
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I bought a Transcend 8GB class 10 and 16GB class 10 - but only for testing - class 6 is fast enough! Price was nearly the same ~ $44/$46 for 16 GB class6/class10.

Since some years I'm ONLY using Transcend (hehe, lifetime warranty)
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I got my transcend class 10 16gb at newegg.com for 48 dollars, they also carry class 6 16gb. All legit. Transcend is a quality card.

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...-410-_-Product
Ordered the class 6 version of this from newegg today. Thanks for the info

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Some dealers also offer a Transcend kit - with card reader for $0 - $2 more.

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I already have three card readers. One on my laptop (SD-MS-MMC-xD), one in my laptop bag and one on the desk at work (both are 25-in-1 dynex models). I also have a wolverine flashpack 7000 series device in 160GB that I can use a card reader if need be although I used it for a trip to Baltimore in 2008 and a resent trip to PA family visit when I didn't feel safe taking laptop and needed to take loads of pictures and worried I did not have enough memory cards.

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