SanDisk Extreme 16 GB SDHC Memory Card up to 90 MB/s, Class 10, U3

May 5, 2018 - Comment

Product Features 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

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Product Features

  • 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

Comments

Balsamic says:

Great card for 4k Video, high speed RAW bursts, good reputation, genuine SanDisk card (probably not a fake). I bought this SD card (its better then my regular/older SD cards for several reasons) because it is a fast class U3 card. It has a maximum ‘potential’ top speed of up to 90mb/s (megabytes per second) but this is the read speed, how fast your device can read data. The WRITE speed is more important, and the write speed to the card is slower, this is also perfectly normal. All cards tend to have a faster read speed and a slower write speed. So how do you know if the card you are buying is fast…

G.C says:

Wrong description on Amazon At the time of purchase the description on Amazon stated up to 60MB/s write speed. However, the package clearly says up to 40MB/s. That’s a big difference. If write speed is important for you then think twice before buying.

Michael says:

Good value for Speed/Money I love the Sandisk range. Cameras can be fussy about memory cards so you do need to have some caution as to which ones you choose.I shoot Nikon (D750, D3 and D700) which take SD cards and Compact Flash Cards. I have always used Sandisk and always will. I’m also a bit paranoid at receiving fakes so I only ever buy from Amazon themselves and not 3rd party sellers. I never, ever touch memory cards on that famous auction site as I just don’t trust them!!These work…

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