Question about Canon EOS 400D / Rebel XTi Digital Camera with 18-55mm Lens
I got annoyed with this happening to cheapo cards which I bought from Klick cameras. They took the card in, got it serviced, and sent it back. I still got problems, however, and decided to cut my losses and bought two new 8gb cards via ebay. They are made by samsung, and come with a very plain label without the name Samsung on them. You can buy one for about £27. I use two, and they have not let me down after hundreds of using. I don't take them out of the camera to read, but use the lead supplied to connect to the computer, as I find that the pins are delicate in the camera, and have found that one snapped off even when I was careful putting it back in. I just reformat each time still in the camera. I still think it is cheap, as I used to pay £3 for a film, and £6 to process when we used film, and now we can re-use the card many times - I took about 1000 shots over the last few days, so that has paid for the cost of the card anyway.
Posted on Aug 31, 2008
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