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To hold more photos at higher resolution you can buy additional 1GB or 2GB SD (Secure Digital) cards.

For use in SD compliant devices including : Digital cameras, Digital Photo Frames, Camcorders, Mobile phones, MP3 players, Navigation Systems, PDAs and Notebooks.

The storage capacity of a memory card you choose will depend on how many digital photos you want it to hold. Memory cards come in different storage capacities, ranging from 32MB all the way up to 2.0GB. How many digital photos that card can store depends on the resolution (megapixels) of your camera (picture). The higher the resolution or megapixels, the larger the file size and the more memory each photo uses.

Here's a quick guide that can help you decide what capacity of memory card to buy: A 1GB Card can hold 409 images from a 5 megapixel camera and 320 from a 6 megapixel camera. A 2GB Card can hold 818 images from a 5 megapixel camera and 640 from a 6 megapixel camera.

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  • 1GB, 2GB 4GB or 8GB capacity
  • Solid State - No moving parts
  • 10 year guarantee

Customer Reviews

You must be kidding with these prices; you are as bad as High Street Retailers, but without the excuse of shop running costs. Flash cards up to 16GB have been under £1 per GB for over a year on Amazon UK, even 32GB are that cheap now, e. G. I just bought two Lexar Class 10 32GB micro SDHC card, including a USB adapters, for about £28 each!
Infernoz - 1st March 2012
I ordered this a few weeks ago, and though it said a while back it had been dispatched, I haven't received it yet ? It's for my boyfriend's birthday which is coming up soon, so I am starting to worry a little. .
Sherrie - 14th March 2011
Firebox says: Drop us an email at and we can look into this for you.
This is much cheaper then the current SD cards I have. The 512 Mb was £34. 99 from one place. (Can't name the shop) I definitely get the 1Gb one.
Penny - 16th November 2007
It can even be used in the Orange SPV. Nice!
Damian Smith - 5th February 2004