SanDisk Ultra SDHC Memory Card Up to 80 MB/s, Class 10, U1, 32 GB, Black/Grey

March 21, 2018 - Comment

SanDisk 32GB Ultra SDHC Class 10 UHSI Card 80MBs SDSDUNC032GGN6IN SD CARDS 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 UHS Speed Class 1 (U1) and Class

SanDisk 32GB Ultra SDHC Class 10 UHSI Card 80MBs SDSDUNC032GGN6IN SD CARDS

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 UHS Speed Class 1 (U1) and Class 10 rating for Full HD video (1080 p)

Comments

Alexander O. says:

Too the point – efficient and useful I am a photographer based in London. I had a photoshoot but I needed a new SD card, this shipped quick and I much prefer the stress free packaging. The SD is quick to write the photos and allowed me to take over 500 photos in very quick succession. The read speed is also good, with my laptop getting older and slower I am getting more and more frustrated with the slow speeds of some SD cards but with this is quick and efficient.Overall 8/10

Alan W says:

Excellent value for a fast SD card. What can you really say about an SD card, if you need one for a device then you need one, I guess it is worth saying not all SD cards are made equally, and if you want one for a camera where you need to write a fast burst of data, then you should go for a fast one. This is class 10 and very fast so ideal for cameras need to write images / video quickly, don’t bother with the slower ones for these kind of applications. If you’re just using it to copy files between devices then a slower /…

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…

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