SanDisk Extreme PRO 64 GB SDXC UHS-I Memory Card – Standard Packaging

May 9, 2019 - Comment

Sandisk’s fastest ever SDHC card allows today’s photo enthusiasts to capture higher resolution photos faster than ever before, capture more shots in continuous burst mode and spend less time waiting between shots. Optimised to shoot full HD Video, the SanDisk Extreme Pro range offers professional grade durability against temperature, water, shock and x-ray exposure. Complete

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Sandisk’s fastest ever SDHC card allows today’s photo enthusiasts to capture higher resolution photos faster than ever before, capture more shots in continuous burst mode and spend less time waiting between shots. Optimised to shoot full HD Video, the SanDisk Extreme Pro range offers professional grade durability against temperature, water, shock and x-ray exposure. Complete with lifetime limited warranty, the SanDisk Extreme Pro is the card that photo enthusiasts can count on to catch their perfect shot, every time.

Product Features

  • Ideal for high-resolution full-HD video recording
  • Up to 95 MB/s read and 90 MB/s write speeds for capturing more shots in continuous burst mode
  • Withstands extreme conditions

Comments

Anonymous says:

Avoid these like the plague if you’re a professional photographer. Out of 8 of these cards that I’ve bought over the past year, two have failed completely within 12 months! Amazon’s return policy didn’t allow me to return them as per normal, but a quick phone call to their customer services department got it sorted and I’ve had a refund for both. I’m now in the process of replacing all of the Sandisk cards with the Lexar equivalents as they have never let me down in all of my years as a professional wedding and commercial photographer. One of the Sandisk…

Anonymous says:

Extreme Performance from Extreme Pro! Been using this for several months now without any issues. Faster cards are coming out all the time, so check before you purchase. Also be aware that various cameras can only use cards at certain speeds. So no point in buying a faster card if it can’t make use of the speeds. For example, I am using this in a Sony A77ii which blasts away at 12 frames per second! No real lags, as I tend to use these speeds in short ‘squirts’. Can’t give you a writing to PC speed, as my current laptop is fairly…

Anonymous says:

Lightning Fast and Space to Spare I bought this to use in my new Sony RX10. I forgot to buy a card when I bought the camera and the only one I had at home was a Class 4, 8GB SD card which was quite a few years old. This was OK to set the camera up with, but was really slow at having the photo’s written to it (about 10 seconds to write a single full res image). I’ve never really understood the differences between the huge range of cards available and specifications of class and UHS compatibility.A little bit of research on…

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