SanDisk Extreme PRO 128 GB up to 300MB/s UHS-II Class 10 U3 SDXC Memory Card

September 30, 2018 - Comment

SanDisk 128GB Extreme PRO SDXC UHSII SDSDXPK128GGN4IN Storage SD Cards Flash Memory Product Features Super-fast SDHC and SDXC UHS-II memory cards with shot speeds up to 260 MB/s Maximize workflow efficiency with transfer speeds up to 300 MB/s Extreme speed to catch every frame; video performance available to support full HD and cinema-quality 4K video

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SanDisk 128GB Extreme PRO SDXC UHSII SDSDXPK128GGN4IN Storage SD Cards Flash Memory

Product Features

  • Super-fast SDHC and SDXC UHS-II memory cards with shot speeds up to 260 MB/s
  • Maximize workflow efficiency with transfer speeds up to 300 MB/s
  • Extreme speed to catch every frame; video performance available to support full HD and cinema-quality 4K video recording
  • 32 GB to 128 GB for longer; uninterrupted photo and video sessions
  • Trusted by professionals. Operating temperature is minus 25 degree to 85 degree in celsius

Comments

J. Cheng says:

Another Sandisk classic! Superb speed. I am a professional photographer for years and speed is always paramount when it comes to both write (when shooting) and read (when downloading). This card is lightning fast. It’s pricey but the speed I gain from it and the time saving really justifies the spending for all my jobs.Mind you however, you do need a UHS-II compatible camera to take advantage of this card. If you don’t, save yourself some money and get the 95MB/S card.

Tom says:

Fast, early days for reliability though. Bought two, both very fast especially when transferring to PC. Camera burst speed also a bit quicker than with a 95Mb/s card. One of the cards has however failed after 2 months light use. Never had a Sandisk card fail before so probably just bad luck but am going to revert to slower cards for now all the same.

MR R. says:

Good for ‘High Speed/Action’ shots… I purchased one of these cards prior to visiting the Royal International Air Tattoo at RAF Fairford, where I knew I would be photographing some very high-speed jets. A high ‘write’ speed is essential for this type photography if you want to get those all-important shots without the camera buffering. I’m pleased to say the card worked extremely well with my EOS 5D MkIV in high-speed continuous mode. There was a noticeable improvement in speed both whilst using the camera and also downloading the…

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