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SanDisk Extreme 32GB SDHC Memory Card up to 90MB/s, Class 10, U3, V30
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- Extreme speeds for burst shooting; fast transfer and 4K UHD
- Up to 60 MB/s write speeds for fast shot-to-shot performance and up to 90 MB/s for fast transfer
- UHS Video Speed Class 30 (V30) rating means your card is ready for advances in virtual reality and 360 degrees video recording
- Plus it is UHS Speed Class 3 (U3) rated for capturing full HD and 4K UHD video
- Available in 16 GB to 256 GB capacities for longer video shoots and uninterrupted photo sessions; built for and tested in harsh conditions; temperature proof; water proof; shock proof and x-ray proof
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Extreme speeds to catch your best shots. Available in storage capacities from 16 GB to 256 GB with transfer speeds up to 90 MB/s to move files fast, these cards are compatible with SDHC or SDXC supporting devices and come with a lifetime warranty. UHS Video Speed Class and UHS Speed Class 3 ,U3 delivers the super-fast speed you need for 4K UHD and full HD video recording.
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The SanDisk Extreme SDHC Card has an exceptional read Speeds of up to 90MB/s and write speeds of up to 40MB/s. This helps your device to capture 4K, Full HD, and 3D videos without missing out on any frames. This ultra-fast speed of this memory card lets you transfer files from your memory card to your PC or laptop in few seconds.
Durable Data Storage
This 32GB memory card features Advanced Error Correction Code engine to reduce the file corruption and error while storing or retrieving the data. It is made from best-quality material to withstand unfavorable conditions. This memory card is resilient towards X-rays, water, and shocks. Safeguard all your precious memories by storing it on this SanDisk manufactured memory card.
- Memory Size: 32 GB
- Write Speed: 40 MB/s
- Read Speed: 90 MB/s
- Card Type: Secure Digital High Capacity Cards
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Compared to other cards like the PNY Elite Performance, this card's performance is on par with PNY's 50-60MB/s write speeds. The max rate will depend on your writer, though, and for most cases, DSLRs don't write this fast. As a fact, the Canon 5DM3's SD card write speed peaks at 23MB/s.
However, this card says "150MB/s" right on it. I was not able to to hit those speeds. I tried two different readers:
Thunderbolt 3 dock UHS-II reader:
Write: 81.7 MB/s
Read: 90.1 MB/s
SanDisk USB-C UHS-II reader:
Write: 84.1 MB/s
Read: 93.0 MB/s
To SanDisk's credit, the write speeds are right in line with what they say this card is capable of. They are actually faster than SanDisk's quoted speed of 70MB/s. The read speeds? not so much. They are much slower than the 150MB/s SanDisk quotes, even when using an expensive reader manufactured by themselves.
My camera accepted the new card without any issues, recognizing it immediately and formatting it without hesitation. It's a little difficult to judge changes on transfer rate in an application like this, but the camera seems to be saving photos faster. Certainly there is little enough price difference between this and a Class 10 card to make it practically a no-brainer. I'll be able to get a better idea of transfer performance after I shoot some video.
Two Technical Thug thumbs up on this one.
BUT after shooting some pictures with this card, I realized that my camera is STILL WORKING GREAT and that it seemed to lack quality because I had begun using cheapest cards from the local stores. I was buying th cheap ones so that I could leavethe pictures on the cards as a backup.
While these cards are not super expensive, after researching, I found out about the "number in the circle ". This one is a 10 and my cheapies were a 4. Don't make the same mistake, just get the 10!