Transcend SDHC Media Deal of the Day

There's some pretty nice Amazon deals going on just for today on Transcend SDHC, Compact Flash, and SDXC media today only. I've compared the deals to other big box retailers and though Compact Flash and SDXC media are also on sale, the most significant discounts are mainly on the SDHC media.

I'm actually using mostly Transcend media in ALL my cameras, and the 32GB SDHC Class 10 can handle video mode in the Canon 5D Mark III with ease, and it's on sale today for just $16.99 right now (click here).

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12 thoughts on “Transcend SDHC Media Deal of the Day

  1. Andy

    @Emm - Thanks for the quick reply. I'm happy to hear that I don't need to buy all new CF cards. Do you ever shoot in All-I or do you stick with IPB?

  2. Emm

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    @Andy - I have had no issues with my Transcend Class 10 SDHC cards in the 5D Mark III for video. Having a faster card will mainly benefit you when it's time to download to your computer. Inside the camera, the Transcend is fast enough for the HD video in the 5D Mark III.

  3. Andy


    Can you clarify about Fortunerox's question? I'm in the same boat. I'm curious about what memory format are you using to shoot on the 5Dm3? I'm upgrading from the T2i and want to know if I can use my class 10 SD card or if I need to invest in a faster CF card for video (not worried about burst stills). Is the SD card fast enough for both All-I and IPB video? Thanks for your help!

  4. Emm

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    @Fotunerox - Mainly just speed ratings. In the past it was about the size of the cards, but they have all caught up.

  5. Fortunerox

    Please forgive my ignorance, but, is there an advantage to shooting SD over CF on a 5DIII? I need some extra cards but not sure I should be looking at SD's or CF's.

  6. Emm

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    @steve-o - That version can toggle to UHS-I for devices that support the media. You can get faster read/write speeds. For cameras that only read SDHC it will always be Class 10 rating. DSLR Video Cameras have a bottleneck and can only write so fast, so there's no advantage there. The advantage would be when you dump the card using a fast reader to your computer.

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