SD Cards

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All Types of SD Card Available

As well as standard SD cards we also stock a range of SDHC, SDXC memory cards, micro SD cards and Compact Flash Cards. Whatever SD card storage solution you're looking for, we guarantee you'll find it in our online store. If you're looking for a specific SD card, talk to our team today and we'll be able to help you find what you're looking for.

Genuine SD Cards from Leading Brands

All our products are 100% genuine and sourced from leading brands including Samsung, SanDisk, Lexar and more. This means all our SD cards are covered by full manufacturer warranty, as well as our returns and refunds policy, to give you complete peace of mind. Order an SD memory card today from Flash Trend and start moving files fast!

Frequently Asked Questions

SD cards have become an essential component of our digital lives. They are used in many devices, such as cameras, phones, and tablets, to store files, pictures and videos. With so many different SD cards on the market, it can be difficult to find the right one for your needs. Don't worry, Flash Trend is here to help! This Frequently Asked Questions page provides customers with answers to common SD card queries. You will find information about SD card compatibility, speed, and capacity. We hope that this will help you find the right SD card for you.

Many people are unsure which SD card is compatible with their device. The good news is that the majority of SD cards are compatible with most devices. However, there are a few exceptions. Higher-capacity devices work best with higher-end SD cards, starting from at least 32 GB of storage. Anything less and functionality may be compromised.

To get the most out of your camera you should be using a higher-end SD card. While a 32GB SDHC card will be enough for casual photographers, professionals will require an SD card with more storage. The SDXC range is perfect for that, as they start from 64GB storage and go up to over a TB. To ensure the best picture quality you should purchase an SD card from a leading brand, especially SanDisk or Lexar.

To copy pictures from your SD card to a PC you will need a card reader. This is a small device that plugs into a computer's USB port. It allows users to access SD card data without having to open up the camera. Once inserted, the card reader should automatically open up a window displaying the files on your SD. You can then easily download them to your computer's storage.

To start with, you need to ensure the SD card is inserted correctly. Remove it from your device, and then restart the device. Then very carefully reinsert it, to ensure it is done correctly. This often fixes the issue. If it doesn't, you should then insert the card into a different device to check if it works on that. If it does, then it may be a problem with device compatibility. Contact the Flash Trend team for expert help finding an SD card that is compatible with your device.

What's listed on the package will be the card's capacity in a raw, unformatted format. When the card gets formatted a fraction of its raw capacity is utilised. So, the formatted card capacity won't be as much as what's listed on the packaging, which is its unformatted capacity.

Our entire SD card range comes with a complete manufacturer's warranty, which lasts for several years. If your SD card does not perform as stated we will be happy to replace it for you.

SD cards utilise solid-state storage, which means they have no moving parts. That makes them incredibly durable and long-lasting. This means that being briefly submerged in water will not damage them. Simply ensure that they are quickly removed from the water and dried off, and they will still function perfectly.

This is difficult to answer as it entirely depends on your needs. The SDHC range, from 16 to 32 GB storage, is ideal for casual users. More demanding users will be better suited to the SDXC range, which starts at 64GB and goes up to 1TB. SanDisk and Lexar cards are best suited for photographers, while many Android smartphone users love using a Samsung card. In short, it entirely depends on your user needs.

 

Flash Trend Is Here For All Your SD Card Needs

We hope that you have found this FAQ informative, and that it has answered your questions. Please reach out to the Flash Trend team if you still have an SD card question that wasn't covered here. You can send us a message on our Contact Us page. Do so and a team member will shortly get back to you. The team is excited to hear from you!

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