Fuji XD Card

  uncle eric 07:37 21 Dec 2004
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Fuji XD Card seem quite pricey.

Are there any alternative compatible makes out there on the market ?

  Diodorus Siculus 08:11 21 Dec 2004

xD cards do seem to be more pricy than others for some reason.

xD Smart Media : Camera Memory : Digital Cameras at cheap prices from Novatech.co.uk
click here

eXpansys UK Limited
click here


XD Picture Card Memory 128MB @ PicStop UK
click here

XD Picture Card
click here

These are sites I have used in the past.

  byfordr 10:27 21 Dec 2004

click here

About as cheap as they come...You can pick a 128mb up without paying VAT.

HTH

R

  Timmy!! 14:55 21 Dec 2004

FujiFilm XD cards are quiter pricey as they have extra 'software' coded into them which opens up extra funcionality on some Fujifilm cameras. (mostly slideshows i believe)

  Timmy!! 14:56 21 Dec 2004

And of course they're the smallest memory card availiable...

  Modo 17:49 21 Dec 2004

byfodr you can't avoid the VAT any longer above about £17. They have obviously been squeezed by HM C&E presumanbly on the basis that personal imports the receiver is liable to pay VAT.

  mikef. 18:02 21 Dec 2004

Modo the VAT cut off is £18 so byfodor's link is VAT free as confirmed by the site

  Al94 18:09 21 Dec 2004

Where on earth did they get their price information from? Quoted as £64.99 which is expensive compared to £51.90 at picstop BUT they quote pricing as follows:-

Fuji XD Picture Card - 512Mb
The price shown INCLUDES UK VAT.
UK RRP £289.99 - Your Saving £225.00

  theprophet 18:27 21 Dec 2004

Try Picstop, very competitive prices and great service.


click here

  oresome 19:29 21 Dec 2004

I have a Fuji camera which unsuprisingly uses the XD card, but also has a slot for a micro drive. This slot works fine with a compact flash card which are much cheaper than XD. The only XD card I have is the 16 MB supplied with the camera........generous to a fault!

  uncle eric 22:09 21 Dec 2004

Thanks to all for the recommendations.

Savings look considerable.

uncle eric

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