SanDisk Ultra SDHC Memory Card Up to 80 MB/s, Class 10, 16 GB, Black/Grey

June 26, 2018 - Comment

SanDisk 16GB Ultra SDHC Class 10 UHSI Card 80MBs SDSDUNC016GGN6IN Storage Flash USB Memory Product Features Ideal choice for compact to mid-range point and shoot cameras From 16 GB to 128 GB to store tons of pictures and quick transfer speeds up to 80 MB/s Exceptional video recording performance with Class 10 rating for Full

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SanDisk 16GB Ultra SDHC Class 10 UHSI Card 80MBs SDSDUNC016GGN6IN Storage Flash USB Memory

Product Features

  • Ideal choice for compact to mid-range point and shoot cameras
  • From 16 GB to 128 GB to store tons of pictures and quick transfer speeds up to 80 MB/s
  • Exceptional video recording performance with Class 10 rating for Full HD video (1080 p)

Comments

Sean Baker says:

Value for your money I ordered this for use with my Sony a6000 and older a5000 Mirrorless Cameras and after several months of use I’m still impressed by the value for money offered here. After shooting 400+ pics per day for nearly a month on RAW + JPEG I have more than half the card available, and transferring is fast enough that it’s painless to transfer and delete whenever I have a few spare minutes anyway.I’ve been out shooting in the snow and freezing temperatures and the card is doing fine. Granted…

Paul says:

Fast read speeds, reasonable write speeds unless you shoot action or 4K video I bought three cards on the same day: this one (SanDisk Ultra) along with a SanDisk Extreme and a SanDisk Extreme Pro. All 32GB. The read and write speeds on a computer are as follows:Ultra – write to card: 15 MB/s. Read from card: 80 MB/sExtreme – write to card: 37 MB/s. Read from card: 78 MB/sExtreme Pro – write to card: 50 MB/s. Read from card: 83 MB/s.I tried filming some 4K video on a Panasonic FZ1000, and it works OK on this Ultra card. That particular camera…

RobinJ says:

Fast and Reliable To someone who can remember when a 6MB hard disk occupied a space bigger than a modern laser printer and cost several thousand pounds, the idea of shelling out less than £25 for over ten thousand times as much on a device you can lose down the back of the sofa (unless you’re paying close attention) is still extraordinary. But you can, and it works reliably and consistently. This particular instance is also pretty nippy although I haven’t made any proper data transfer speed measurements. It’s…

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