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64GB ADATA Premier microSDXC UHS-1 Card - $19.99

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Jan 4, 2014
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What is this deal for. You might want to put that in your title
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Waterloo, ON
Absolutely, thanks!
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Sep 23, 2009
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Fix title before everyone says they bought 10 of you. Slavery 4 Life.

Seems like a decent price.

Amazon.COM sells it for $19 USD while .CA sells it for $33.75 CAD.
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Apr 7, 2013
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Oakville
shipping kills the deal. any codes>?
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Nov 30, 2003
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Vancouver
Reposting myself from staples-amazon-best-buy-micro-sd-card-b ... st25044255

Do NOT buy Adata cards. I made the mistake of buying due to a sale at NCIX and their supposed warranty. The card died within a month and I was forced to pay out of my own pocket to mail the damn thing (after some mediocre customer service) to America to have it looked at instead of being able to exchange for another one at the store. After another month's delay they sent me a new card. The new card's starting to act weird already.

Update: new ADATA card works but strangely long loading times for picture files have started to appear. i will load it with my music and see how it reacts
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Apr 2, 2008
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Edmonton, AB
That's hilarious - I'm guessing this is in direct response to the PM'ing yesterday with Newegg.ca's Shell Shocker price which was $19.99 (still on sale today, but now at $24.99 instead). I picked up two, and so did my bro. So, with their price beat guarantee, I only paid $15.99 per! Still, even at $19.99 it's a terrific deal.

Trying one out in my GoPro H4 Silver today and hopefully they are up to speed.
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Jul 9, 2009
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Hippieson wrote: Do NOT buy Adata cards.
Just going to balance this out. I have nothing but good things to say about the dozens of Adata cards I've had over the years. They've been rock solid and more reliable than brand names. Granted, I never had to use their warranty service, so it could be brutal.
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May 11, 2004
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Airdrie
Bought one of these Boxing Day from ME for our new Canon 70D. No issues recording full HD video.
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Sep 1, 2004
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kooraiku wrote: Trying one out in my GoPro H4 Silver today and hopefully they are up to speed.
GoPro 4 Silver recommends 40MB/s write. This is 10MB/s write. Probably works until you do higher res or framerate.
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Apr 2, 2008
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Edmonton, AB
Xtrema wrote: GoPro 4 Silver recommends 40MB/s write. This is 10MB/s write. Probably works until you do higher res or framerate.
Yeah, I know, although I've heard that these cards work for everything short of 2K/4K. Initial test on 1080p60 seems ok. Will update after spending a day at the ski hill.
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Jun 28, 2013
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I would just pay a little bit more and go with the SanDisk ones from Costco.
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Apr 2, 2008
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Edmonton, AB
kooraiku wrote: Yeah, I know, although I've heard that these cards work for everything short of 2K/4K. Initial test on 1080p60 seems ok. Will update after spending a day at the ski hill.

UPDATE: 1080p60fps Video downloaded to GoPro Studio software looked and played just fine. Various clips from 30s to 5min. Didn't try 2K or 4K video, but I rarely ever shoot in either (mainly due to poor fps modes), so no big deal. Seems to be a decent choice.
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Nov 30, 2003
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Vancouver
PharaohsVizier wrote: Just going to balance this out. I have nothing but good things to say about the dozens of Adata cards I've had over the years. They've been rock solid and more reliable than brand names. Granted, I never had to use their warranty service, so it could be brutal.
That's actually good to hear. Maybe it was just a bad single card that I had, coupled with poor return/exchange experience. Since I'm still using the replacement Adata card, I really don't want to go thru the hassle of the card failing and the exchange procedure again. Fingers crossed that my experience was the exception and yours is the norm!

Latest update: the card is still working, load times are not great for a Class 10 (as compared to my previous Sandisk).

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