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topsyrm’s latest blog : 52 for 2021 week 42 tristis rock, piles copse plus

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52 for 2021 Week 42 Tristis Rock, Piles Copse plus

24 Oct 2021 10:34AM  
Views : 495
Unique : 379

This week I was alone again, after 3 straight days of heavy rain I finally got a break in the weather so headed back to the South Moor to shoot Tristis Rock and the Stalldown Barrow/Stone Row. In stark contrast to the miserable rain and mizzle of the previous 3 days it was all bright sunshine with a few fluffy white clouds but very harsh contrast. Hey-ho you take what you can get. My first stop was Harford Bridge over the River Erme which was running high and fast. Unlikely I would be able to cross it into Piles Copse.

Harford Bridge.

149719_1635067267.jpg

Stalldown Barrow and Piles Copse (Sharp Tor on the right)

149719_1635067295.jpg

Having found a parking space near the St Petroc’s Church (the main Harford Moor Gate Car Park is closed for the time being) I headed off down the road over Harford Bridge and cut onto the Moor just past Tristis Cottage.

149719_1635067323.jpg

The track was well marked/used but very wet and rocky in places.

149719_1635067355.jpg

It wasn’t long before I got my first view of Tristis Rock.

149719_1635067414.jpg

149719_1635067428.jpg

After Tristis Rock I headed over to Stalldown Barrow, this is a fairly bland hill but a deceivingly hard climb with 2 or 3 false crests before you see the Barrow itself.

149719_1635067464.jpg

The top of the Barrow seems to have been scooped out (or built up), not sure when this was done but I suspect rather more recently than the original build.

149719_1635067497.jpg

Stalldown Barrow hill has lots of Settlement remains all the way up.

149719_1635067540.jpg

More evidence of earlier life on here is the Stone Row.

149719_1635067572.jpg

On top of the hill the wind was much stronger so I decided to lose some height before stopping for lunch, my next target was Piles Copse but I needed to get across the Erme if I wanted to shoot the trees in detail. There was a herd of Ponies and Cattle grazing in the lee of the hill.

149719_1635067602.jpg

The lee side of the hill was surprisingly steep and rocky I found an outcrop to shelter in while I had lunch.

149719_1635067648.jpg

From my lunch spot I could see the Erme Valley and the raging river far below me.

149719_1635067683.jpg

I could see last week’s targets in the distance, Western and Ugborough Beacons.

149719_1635067716.jpg

I scanned the river with my binoculars and determined negotiating the rocky descent would be wasted as there was no way I would be able to cross into the Copse so a distant shot was all I got, maybe another day?

149719_1635067746.jpg

After lunch I decided to head back to the car back via Tristis Rock.

149719_1635067777.jpg

I passed more Settlements on the way.

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Then found the track back to the road and eventually the car.

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On the way home I crossed Wisdome Bridge so I pulled over to grab a shot.

149719_1635067873.jpg

That’s all for this week folks, as always comments welcome.

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Dartmoor
Tristis Rock and Piles Copse
Stalldown Barrow and Stone Row
Harford Bridge
Wisdome Bridge

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Adobe Photoshop & Lightroom Get Major Updates, Plus Photoshop In Your Web Browser Has Been Introduced

Adobe Photoshop & Lightroom Get Major Updates, Plus Photoshop In Your Web Browser Has Been Introduced

Photoshop Auto Mask
Photoshop Auto Mask

 

Autumn has arrived which along with lovely coloured leaves and crisp blue skies comes Adobe MAX 2021 where huge announcements about Adobe Photoshop, Lightroom and other apps/software are introduced. 

This year, there’s a major feature release of Photoshop on the desktop and iPad. Plus, Adobe has introduced a web-based Photoshop that features a small set of Photoshop editing tools and you can also share your workflow with others. 

Adobe has also updated Photoshop Express – an all-in-one mobile photo editing app that introduced tools specifically for face and selfie retouching earlier this year. 

Lightroom hasn’t been ignored, either, with updates for Lightroom and Lightroom Classic that bring better masking, presets, improved framing tools and the ability to share your photos with others so they can edit them. 

Quite a bit has been introduced or updated so let’s take a look at each product separately. We’ll also be reviewing the new releases so keep an eye out for our opinions over in reviews

 

Photoshop Desktop 

Photoshop Export
Photoshop Export

 

The Object Selection Tool has been significantly improved. Now, just hover over the object you want to select in the image and one-click will select it. Plus, there’s a new one-click ‘mask all objects in a layer’ option that will easily generate masks for all the objects detected within your layer with just a single click.

Adobe’s non-destructive filters list has got longer with more options to help you speed up your workflow. Simply select a filter you want to use then use sliders to adjust how it looks. They might not always produce the final result you need but they will save you time and you can use all the tools in Photoshop to make your final adjustments. 

 

Photoshop Neural Filter Harmonization
Photoshop Neural Filter Harmonization

 

The three new filters – Landscape Mixer, Color Transfer and Harmonization – introduced to the Neural Filter workspace are in Beta so you can share your feedback with Adobe to improve how they work going forward.

  • Landscape Mixer combines two landscape images together so you can change the colours of leaves on trees or create a winter scene from a sunny summer’s day. Combine multiple scenes into an entirely new one by mixing the structure and style of the images together.
  • Color Transfer will quickly transfer the colours of one image to another, using the original as a colour palette reference. 
  • Harmonization matches the colour and tone of an element on one layer to another layer by using some clever AI that intelligently adjusts the hue and luminosity for the look you want.

Along with new filters, existing ones are getting an update, too, with the Depth Blur option getting a new machine learning model that applies a more natural blurred background and keeps the subject more in focus. There’s also an option to add grain to the blur. 

 

Photoshop Neural Filter Depth Blur
Photoshop Neural Filter Depth Blur

 

The Superzoom filter now applies to the whole image, not just the zoomed area in the preview window and the Style Transfer tool now applies a more painterly, artistic effect. Those who work in black and white quite a bit can also now use the Colorize filter to bring your black and white images to life with more vibrant, natural colours.

Gradients have been improved so they look clearer, brighter and have a more natural blend and appear more like the gradients you see in the physical world (like a sunset or sunrise sky). 

Three Gradient options are available now: Classic, Perceptual and Linear. 

  • Classic mode: This setting preserves the same way Photoshop has displayed gradients in the years past.
  • Perceptual mode: This setting will display gradients the most closely to how humans perceive light to blend together in the physical world. This new mode is the new default in Photoshop on desktop and iPad.
  • Linear mode: This setting is often used in other applications, including Illustrator, and will also display gradients closer to how natural light appears. Colour Geeks know that in certain spaces Linear mode provides more varying results.

 

Photoshop XDR Support
Photoshop XDR Support

 

Other improvements include support for Apple’s Pro Display XDR, a new way to quickly share your work for review with client/colleagues for feedback via the commenting panel (also available in the iPad version), improved ‘Export As’ function, more plug-ins and a faster oil paint filter. 

 

Photoshop On iPad

Photoshop On The IPad Camera Raw
Photoshop On The IPad Camera Raw

 

One of the main features Photoshop for iPad users have been asking for is RAW support and today, Adobe has added this to Photoshop on iPad. Now you can import and adjust your raw photos from iPhone 12 & 13 Pro (ProRAW) or your digital cameras. Edit your images with adjustments and settings that leverage the power of Adobe Camera Raw.

 

Photoshop On The IPad Dodge And Burn
Photoshop On The IPad Dodge And Burn

 

You can also convert layers into Smart Objects so that transformations and filters stay non-destructive and the Dodge and Burn tools from the desktop version of Photoshop are now available to those working in Photoshop on their iPads. 

 

Photoshop On The Web

Photoshop On The Web Editing
Photoshop On The Web Editing

 

Adobe is extending the power of Photoshop to the web as a beta (running in Chrome and Edge browsers). In this beta, you and your collaborators can open and view your work in the browser, provide feedback, and make basic edits without having to download or launch Photoshop. Some of the basic edits available include simple layers, selection tools and masking. 

 

Lightroom & Lightroom Classic Updates

Lightroom Precise Selection And Masking Scaled |
Lightroom Precise Selection And Masking Scaled

 

The Selective Adjustment tools have been entirely re-worked so they are now accessible with one click on the newly named masking button. You can also make more complex and accurate selections with multiple masks, including utilizing colour and luminance masks. Plus, thanks to AI, you can now easily identify and select subject and sky (Select Subject & Select Sky) then apply specific edits to them with one tap. 

To further speed up workflow, you can choose presets created by the Lightroom community or use premium presets introduced by Adobe. This new set of Premium Presets includes eight new categories: Black & White, Food, Landscape, Urban Architecture, Lifestyle, Retro, Travel II, and Cinematic II.

 

Lightroom Recommended Presets |
Lightroom Recommended Presets

 

As well as using presets from the Lightroom community, you can share your edits with them or let others edit your images and you can also access the Lightroom Academy – a new way to learn Lightroom. 

The final new feature we want to highlight for Lightroom users is the ability for you to choose new crop overlays for different aspect ratios to improve your photo’s composition. 

 

Photoshop Express

For quick edits, you might want to take a look at the Photoshop Express App where new features include a Smart Cut Tool which automatically detects the edges of different objects that are part of your original image. You can select two or more objects to cut and place in your new image. If needed, there is an optional brush to make additional refinements in a few taps on your phone.

In addition to skin smoothing, content-aware healing, face aware liquify and other tools, Adobe is developing a Makeup toolkit, also accessible in Photoshop Express, with the first editing option: Lips arriving with this latest announcement. With this tool, you can change the colour of someone’s lips in an image. There is a refinement tool with control points to ensure a perfect fit. If you change your selection after refinement, the new option will be mapped to your precise selection.

 

Pricing & Availability 

Adobe products are still available as Creative Cloud plans with various prices available. Updates will be arriving for current Adobe users this week. For more information, visit the Adobe website

We’ll also be reviewing the new Adobe Photoshop and LIghtroom releases/updates so keep an eye out for our own opinions on the popular software over in reviews

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topsyrm’s latest blog : 52 for 2021 week 42 tristis rock, piles copse plus

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52 for 2021 Week 42 Tristis Rock, Piles Copse plus

24 Oct 2021 10:34AM  
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This week I was alone again, after 3 straight days of heavy rain I finally got a break in the weather so headed back to the South Moor to shoot Tristis Rock and the Stalldown Barrow/Stone Row. In stark contrast to the miserable rain and mizzle of the previous 3 days it was all bright sunshine with a few fluffy white clouds but very harsh contrast. Hey-ho you take what you can get. My first stop was Harford Bridge over the River Erme which was running high and fast. Unlikely I would be able to cross it into Piles Copse.

Harford Bridge.

149719_1635067267.jpg

Stalldown Barrow and Piles Copse (Sharp Tor on the right)

149719_1635067295.jpg

Having found a parking space near the St Petroc’s Church (the main Harford Moor Gate Car Park is closed for the time being) I headed off down the road over Harford Bridge and cut onto the Moor just past Tristis Cottage.

149719_1635067323.jpg

The track was well marked/used but very wet and rocky in places.

149719_1635067355.jpg

It wasn’t long before I got my first view of Tristis Rock.

149719_1635067414.jpg

149719_1635067428.jpg

After Tristis Rock I headed over to Stalldown Barrow, this is a fairly bland hill but a deceivingly hard climb with 2 or 3 false crests before you see the Barrow itself.

149719_1635067464.jpg

The top of the Barrow seems to have been scooped out (or built up), not sure when this was done but I suspect rather more recently than the original build.

149719_1635067497.jpg

Stalldown Barrow hill has lots of Settlement remains all the way up.

149719_1635067540.jpg

More evidence of earlier life on here is the Stone Row.

149719_1635067572.jpg

On top of the hill the wind was much stronger so I decided to lose some height before stopping for lunch, my next target was Piles Copse but I needed to get across the Erme if I wanted to shoot the trees in detail. There was a herd of Ponies and Cattle grazing in the lee of the hill.

149719_1635067602.jpg

The lee side of the hill was surprisingly steep and rocky I found an outcrop to shelter in while I had lunch.

149719_1635067648.jpg

From my lunch spot I could see the Erme Valley and the raging river far below me.

149719_1635067683.jpg

I could see last week’s targets in the distance, Western and Ugborough Beacons.

149719_1635067716.jpg

I scanned the river with my binoculars and determined negotiating the rocky descent would be wasted as there was no way I would be able to cross into the Copse so a distant shot was all I got, maybe another day?

149719_1635067746.jpg

After lunch I decided to head back to the car back via Tristis Rock.

149719_1635067777.jpg

I passed more Settlements on the way.

149719_1635067802.jpg

Then found the track back to the road and eventually the car.

149719_1635067832.jpg

On the way home I crossed Wisdome Bridge so I pulled over to grab a shot.

149719_1635067873.jpg

That’s all for this week folks, as always comments welcome.

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Dartmoor
Tristis Rock and Piles Copse
Stalldown Barrow and Stone Row
Harford Bridge
Wisdome Bridge

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Samsung Introduces Fast and Durable PRO Plus and Enhanced EVO Plus microSD Cards for Day-to-Day Users and Professionals

Samsung Introduces Fast and Durable PRO Plus and Enhanced EVO Plus microSD Cards for Day-to-Day Users and Professionals

Samsung Introduces Fast and Durable PRO Plus and Enhanced EVO Plus microSD Cards for Day-to-Day Users and Professionals 1

 

Samsung Introduces Fast and Durable PRO Plus and Enhanced EVO Plus microSD Cards for Day-to-Day Users and Professionals

New 2021 microSD card lineup offers fast read/write speeds and Samsung’s six-proof protection.
Advanced microSD cards are ideal for a wide variety of uses, including mobile device memory expansion, 4K UHD video storage, action cameras and drones.

Samsung Electronics, the world leader in advanced memory technology, today unveiled its new PRO Plus microSD card and a redesigned and enhanced EVO Plus microSD card. Samsung provides customers a comprehensive offering for day-to-day and professional storage needs with a new lineup of microSDs that offer lightning-fast read and write speeds[1], increased durability and a wide variety of capacity options. 

The new microSD cards are ideal for expanded mobile device storage and capturing high-quality photos, 4K Ultra HD (UHD) video[2] and other content on action cameras and drones – even in extreme conditions.

Samsung’s newest microSDs offer improved six-proof protection, two more layers of protection than the previous generation, making them able to withstand water, extreme temperatures[3], x-ray, wear out[4], drops and magnetic impact. Offered with a 10-year limited warranty[5], the PRO Plus and EVO Plus microSDs thus enable users to store data without the worry of lack of space, while also providing confidence that the content is well protected.

Professionals and consumers of all kinds want memory cards that make it easy to save and retrieve data while also knowing that their valuable images and video files are protected,” said KyuYoung Lee, vice president of the Brand Product Biz Team at Samsung Electronics. “Samsung’s new suite of microSD cards offer the features and capabilities consumers and professionals need: faster speeds along with increased reliability and durability to deliver the ultra-high performance every user wants.

PRO Plus microSD cards, a new addition to Samsung’s microSD lineup, are designed for more discerning content creators, offering exceptional read and write speeds of up to 160MB/s and 120MB/s[6], respectively. The PRO Plus microSD cards will be available in 128GB, 256GB and 512GB capacities.

The EVO Plus microSD is designed to give casual users peace of mind by providing high reliability and stable performance during day-to-day use. It offers transfer speeds of up to 130MB/s[7], providing up to 1.3x faster sequential read speed when compared to the previous version. The EVO Plus microSD cards will be available in 64GB, 128GB, 256GB and 512GB capacities.

The PRO Plus and EVO Plus microSD cards, featuring a reimagined Blue Wave design that gives the cards a fresh new look, will be available early October. An SD adaptor will also be included with each microSD card to expand its usage across multiple devices.

The suggested started retai price for the Samsung EVO Plus range is £11.99 (64GB) and £24.99 (128GB) for the PRO Plus range.

For more information on Samsung’s microSD card offerings, please visit www.samsung.com/uk/memory-storage or samsung.com/memorycard or samsung.com/memorycard.

Samsung Introduces Fast and Durable PRO Plus and Enhanced EVO Plus microSD Cards for Day-to-Day Users and Professionals 2

[1] The read & write speeds are based on internal tests conducted under controlled conditions. Actual speeds may vary depending upon card capacity and device compatibility. Stated performance is achieved by using microSD with Samsung readers.

2 EVO Plus 64GB is not supported

3 Temperature proof: operating temperatures of -25 C to 85 C; non-operating temperatures of -40 C to 85 C.

4up to 10,000 swipes

5 https://www.samsung.com/uk/support/memory-card-warranty/

6 Stated performance is achieved by using PRO Plus microSD cards with Samsung readers.

7 Stated performance is achieved by using EVO Plus microSD cards with Samsung readers.

8 Up to 160MB/s read speeds, engineered with proprietary technology to reach speeds beyond UHS-I 104MB/s, require compatible devices capable of reaching such speeds. Up to 120MB/s write speeds. Based on Samsung’s internal testing; performance may be lower depending upon host device interface, usage conditions and other factors.

YOU CAN READ HERE ABOUT THE BEST SELLING MICRO AND MICRO SD CARDS IN 2021, SO FAR

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Up To 50% Off In The Regatta Mid-Season Sale Plus Save An Extra 10% With Our Exclusive Code

Up To 50% Off In The Regatta Mid-Season Sale Plus Save An Extra 10% With Our Exclusive Code

Regatta has launched its mid-season sale with savings available on jackets, coats, walking trousers and more.

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Outdoor clothing specialists Regatta is having a mid-season sale, with up to 50% off select items and an extra 10% saving available when you use our exclusive code.

With summer on its way, more of us will be getting outdoors with our cameras but as the weather in the UK is quite unpredictable, it’s always a good idea to pack a jacket and Regatta has many waterproof options available in the mid-season sale. 

Along with jackets, there are also walking trousers, t-shirts, bags, accessories and many other items that are perfect for the outdoor and landscape photographers kit list. 

You can save 50%, plus an extra 10% when using our exclusive code, on items such as:

 

Save An Extra 10%

To save an extra 10% off the Regatta mid-season sale, use the code: MSSEXTRA10 before the end of 12 May 2021. 

Shop The Regatta Sale*

 

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New Samyang Feedback Channel, Plus New Samyang Lens Coming Soon

New Samyang Feedback Channel, Plus New Samyang Lens Coming Soon

Samyang - Coming Soon

Samyang recently introduced the new Samyang AF 24mm f/1.8 FE lens, but have also said that a “second lens, for APS-C, will be launched on April 23rd” designed to be compact to match APS-C Sony A6xxx series cameras. You can experience the new AF 24mm f/1.8 FE lens with Samyang’s interactive 3D Virtual Reality content, which can be found on the Samyang website.

Samyang has also launched a new feedback page, to hear from customers about products, in order for them to “consider new product development” – and they will be giving five winners $50 every Friday between April 23rd and May 14th.

 

From Samyang: April 16th 2021, Seoul, South Korea – Korean optical manufacturer Samyang Optics has today opened a new ‘Purchase Feedback’ page on its website at: www.samyanglens.com/feedback

This new channel will gather consumer feedback which will be monitored and considered in new product development. Samyang also recently introduced ‘3D VR’ digital content to enhance consumers’ experience and released a teaser for another upcoming new lens, scheduled to be announced on April 23rd. The teaser suggests a compact APS-C lens for astrophotography with a new design for enhanced usability.

After launching its first autofocus lens in 2016, Samyang has consistently communicated with the global market, to find consumers’ needs and provide solutions with new products and services in good time.

 

Samyang Feedback Page Event

New Purchase Feedback Channel for Product Development

As a main channel for gathering consumer feedback, Samyang has launched a ‘Global Product Feedback’ channel on its website: www.samyanglens.com/feedback

It includes a questionnaire on product and purchase experience and collects feedback which will be reflected in future product development.

Yongwoo Kwon, Marketing Director of Samyang highlights that “The ‘Focus Hold’ button on the latest AF 24mm F1.8 FE is a good example to show how a feature is developed from customer feedback. The Channel will be a valuable source for Samyang to directly communicate with users”.

To celebrate its opening, Samyang will hold many online events during April and May. You can find more details on the global website: www.samyanglens.com

 

Samsung 3D VR

Enhanced Digital Experience with Interactive 3D VR

In addition, Samyang is introducing interactive 3D Virtual Reality content for the latest AF 24mm F1.8 FE on its official website.

Mr. Kwon continued: “This 3D VR is a great tool to assist customers virtually in the pandemic era, where offline exhibitions and tradeshows are not available. It was also important that the content is interactive and playable, so consumers can interact with it”.

It allows users to have a digital experience of the product and understand new features such as the ‘Focus Hold’ button and ‘Custom Switch’ with a few clicks.

 

Wide Angle Lenses for Full Frame andAPS-C Camera Users

This April, Samyang will introduce two new lenses, both ideal for astrophotography, but one each for full-frame and APS-C sensor sizes. Samyang has launched many lenses geared toward full-frame cameras, due to the industry’s “Full Frame First, then APS-C” motto. However, Sony A6000 series users have constantly requested new lenses specifically designed for their more compact cameras.

“It was a tough choice to make”, said the Director; “since the majority of users are changing to full frame series. But it was important for Samyang to listen to customers and provide what they really want”.

Samyang decided to introduce wide angle lenses (for which they are masterful at), for both sensor sizes and with specific features. The first lens was already announced on April 9th: The AF 24mm F1.8 FE and the second lens, for APS-C, will be launched on April 23rd.

 

SAMYANG products are imported and distributed in the UK & Ireland by:Intro 2020 Ltd., Unit 1 Priors Way, Maidenhead, Berkshire SL6 2HP.Tel: 01628 674411. Detailed information about all Samyang photo and cinema products can also be found on the official UK & Ireland distributors’ website: www.intro2020.co.uk

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Christmas Prize Draw Day 11 – Win 1 of 10 Samsung 128GB EVO Plus microSD cards with SD adapter

Christmas Prize Draw Day 11 - Win 1 of 10 Samsung 128GB EVO Plus microSD cards with SD adapter

Enter day 11 of our Christmas Prize Draw extravaganza for the chance to win 1 of 10 Samsung 128GB EVO Plus microSD cards with SD adapter!

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Christmas Prize Draw

Samsung 128GB EVO Plus microSD Cards with SD Adapter

 

Enter today’s Christmas Prize Draw for the chance to win 1 of 10 Samsung 128GB EVO Plus microSD cards with SD adapter!

 

Keep Life’s Precious Memories Safe With Samsung Memory Cards

Taking snapshots and videos on mobile devices is a great way to preserve life’s most memorable moments. The last thing you want to happen when you’re ready to capture that priceless moment with your mobile device is to run out of memory. Samsung’s high-performance, sleek and secure memory cards ensure your festive memories are captured just as you remembered them.

Samsung’s EVO Plus microSD memory cards are compatible with a wide range of devices such as smartphones, tablets, PCs, sports cams, drones, Digital SLR cameras and camcorders and you can also capture detailed 4K UHD video without any glitches. The included SD adapter fits most devices under almost every brand name, while preserving all of EVO Plus’ outstanding speed and performance.

Perfect for solid, everyday execution, Samsung’s EVO Plus microSD range offers a multitude of capacities combined with high transfer speeds. There are five capacities to choose from; 32GB to 512GB respectively.

Offering Samsung’s reliable 4-proof technologies, these robust memory cards are protected from water, extreme temperatures, impact and x-rays. With astounding performance and reliability, the EVO Plus range lets you save and treasure the richness of life.

The higher capacity 512GB and 256GB microSD EVO Plus cards provide read and write speeds up to 100MB/s and 90MB/s whilst 32GB offers 95MB/s and 20MB/s, 64GB offers 100MB/s and 20MB/s and 128GB offers 100MB/s and 60MB/s allowing quick file transfers and fast loading of apps and videos. The entire range is confidently backed by a 10-year limited warranty.

Available Capacity: EVO Plus microSD with SD Adapter: 32GB, 64GB, 128GB, 256GB and 512GB. (MSRP) starting from £8.49.

For more information, visit the Samsung website

 

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Samsung 128GB EVO Plus microSD Card with SD Adapter

Win 1 of 10 Samsung 128GB EVO Plus microSD cards with SD adapter!

Samsung’s high-performance, sleek and secure memory cards ensure your festive memories are captured just as you remembered them! 

Perfect for solid, everyday execution, Samsung’s EVO Plus microSD range offers a multitude of capacities combined with high transfer speeds. There are five capacities to choose from; 32GB to 512GB respectively.

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