Kingston 4GB (45x) - S$73.90
Kingston 4GB (100x/133x) - $79.00
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350D kit | EF 50 f/1.8 II, 100 Macro | Sigma 17-70, 70-300 APO, EF-500 Super DG | Sony DSC-H1
Kingston 2GB Ultimate - $43.70
any updates on 4GB cf card's px??
I got mine from Yahoo Auctions.
2gb Ultra II for $30.
Lifetime warranty. That just means you get a 1-to-1 replacement. So what? It is not going to replace the potentially hundreds of photos on the card that is lost/corrupted. I don't mind paying more for a reliable brand. A busted card is the last thing you want when on a paid assignment.
sometimes, a higher priced product lose out to a lower priced product eg in the 80s, many cloned IBMs were cheaper, faster and higher spec than the original IBM. in electronics today, many of the different brands have the same origins, most notably: lcds n motherboards.
we do pay a premium for brand image irrespective of whether it is electronics, cars, fashion, foods etc
Last edited by Quest; 30th September 2007 at 05:35 PM. Reason: typo
Oh yes of course. Not all the time. Like how Lexars are expensive but certainly not reliable (to me).
For mem cards... I'd stick to Sandisk.
ya, lor, lot of people said lexar not good or not worth the price.
san disk has a big following. it must b doing something right.
kingston is offering a lifetime warranty 1 to 1 xchange is the main selling point. with this offer , it became a success.
to overcome the fear of card failure on an important assignment, we must use 2 cams or cams with simultaneous recording on 2 cards
Heh yes. Dual card slots and simultaneous write.