SanDisk 64GB Extreme PRO SDXC UHS-I Card - C10, U3, V30, 4K UHD, SD Card - SDSDXXY-064G-GN4IN
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- Shot speeds up to 60MB/s*, transfer speeds up to 150MB/s* and other factors. 1Mb=1, 000, 000 bytes. X = 150Kb/sec.
- Perfect for shooting 4K UHD video) and sequential burst mode photography
- Capture uninterrupted video with UHS speed Class 3 (U3) and video Speed Class 30 (v30)(2)
- Built for and tested in harsh conditions): temperature-proof, waterproof, shock-proof, and X-ray-proof | (3)card only
- Lifetime limited (30-year in Germany, Canada and regions not recognizing lifetime )
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TRANSFER SPEEDS UP TO 170MB/S - Once the shots are taken, your work is only half-done. Accelerating your workflow means you can carve out more time to take your creativity to the next level.
PERFECT FOR 4K UHD VIDEO - Sometimes speed is what you need. The SanDisk Extreme PRO SD UHS-I card delivers the performance to capture stunning, uninterrupted 4K UHD video1.
STUNNING SEQUENTIAL BURST MODE SHOTS - Rated UHS Speed Class 3 (U3) and Video Speed Class 30 (V30), the SanDisk Extreme PRO SD UHS-I card lets you capture sequential burst mode shots without missing a beat.
DURABILITY YOU CAN COUNT ON - Built for and tested in harsh conditions, the SanDisk Extreme PRO SD UHS-I card is temperature-proof, waterproof, shock-proof, and x-ray-proof.
RECOVER IMAGES YOU ACCIDENTALLY DELETED - Includes an offer for RescuePRO Deluxe 2 year data recovery software, which lets you restore images you accidentally deleted.
From the manufacturer
SanDisk Extreme PRO SD UHS-I card
Our most powerful SD UHS-I memory card yet delivers performance that elevates your creativity. With shot speeds of up to 90MB/s* and UHS Speed Class 3 (U3)(2) recording, you’re ready to capture stunning high-resolution, stutter-free 4K UHD video(1). And, because your pace doesn’t let up after the shots are in, it delivers up to 170MB/s* [64GB-512GB] transfer speeds for a faster post-production workflow. Requires a compatible device capable of reaching such speeds, such as the SanDisk SD UHS-I Card Reader (sold separately).
At a Glance:
- Shot speeds up to 90MB/s*, transfer speeds up to 170MB/s*[64GB-512GB]
- Perfect for shooting 4K UHD video(1) and sequential burst mode photography
- Capture uninterrupted video with UHS Speed Class 3 (U3) and Video Speed Class 30 (V30)(2)
- Temperature-proof, waterproof, shock-proof, x-ray-proof
Shot Speeds up to 90MB/s*
Perfect for capturing the action as it happens, without missing a beat.
Transfer Speeds up to 170MB/s* [64GB-512GB]
Once the shots are taken, your work is only half-done. Accelerating your workflow means you can carve out more time to take your creativity to the next level.
Perfect for 4K UHD Video(1)
Sometimes speed is what you need. The SanDisk Extreme PRO SD UHS-I card delivers the performance to capture stunning, uninterrupted 4KUHD video(1).
Stunning Sequential Burst Mode Shots
Rated UHS Speed Class 3 (U3) and Video Speed Class30 (V30)(2), the SanDisk Extreme PRO SD UHS-I card lets you capture sequential burst mode shots without missing a beat.
Durability You Can Count on
Built for harsh conditions(3), the SanDisk Extreme PRO SD UHS-I card is temperature-proof, waterproof, shock-proof, and x-ray-proof.
Recover Images You Accidentally Deleted
Includes an offer for RescuePRO Deluxe 2 Year data recovery software(4) which lets you restore images you accidentally deleted.
Not all devices support SDXC. Check with device manufacturer for more details.
*Up to 170MB/s[64GB-512GB] read speeds, engineered with proprietary technology to reach speeds beyond UHS-I 104MB/s, require compatible devices capable of reaching such speeds. Write speed up to 90 MB/s. Based on internal testing; performance may be lower depending upon host device, interface, usage conditions and other factors. 1MB=1,000,000 bytes. X = 150KB/sec
**1GB=1,000,000,000 bytes. Actual user storage less
(1)Full HD (1920x1080) and 4K UHD (3840 x 2160) video support may vary based upon host device, file attributes and other factors
(2)UHS Speed Class 3 designates a performance option designed to support 4K UHD video recording with enabled UHS host devices. UHS Video Speed Class 30 (V30), sustained video capture rate of 30MB/s, designates a performance option designed to support real-time video recording with UHS enabled host devices.
(4)Registration required; Terms and conditions apply
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You need a propriety card reader to achieve 170MB/s read speed, otherwise you get the similar read/write speed of the older version of this card-which is the fastest UHS1 card.
This card has made a huge difference for my DSLR and 64gb holds a thousand 14 bit raw files. The buffer gets cleared very quickly.
Using it in on my Sony A6400 & Lumix FZ80
Having said that, its possibly the fastest UHS-I card on the market right now
It only gives 95Mbps read speed,
Its completely false marketing, looks like they are selling old batch with new labels!.
I have inserted it in my Nikon D5300
And Working very fine
It allows approximately 2000 photos in High Definition.
By the way I'm using it for videos for YouTube and vlogging.
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Warning: Only 60803 of 60874 MByte tested.
Test finished without errors.
You can now delete the test files *.h2w or verify them again.
Writing speed: 81.9 MByte/s
Reading speed: 89.1 MByte/s
I am aware it says "up to 170MB/s" however this is pretty far from it, isn't it? It even says the same thing on the card, it's not like it's a typo on the Amazon page. Why???
En revanche, cette nouvelle gamme de 170 Mo/s a exactement la même vitesse que l'anciennce gamme dite 95 Mo/s... Alors pourquoi avoir changé la dénomination. D'autant qu'en réalité les vitesses sont toujours plus basses.
GAMME 95 Mo/s
Ecriture réelle = 75-80 Mo/s
Lecture réelle = 90 Mo/s
GAMME 170 Mo/s
Ecriture réelle = 70-75 Mo/s
Lecture réelle = 90 Mo/s
Ho preso queste SD per utilizzarle in una fotocamera mirrorless di ultima generazione, le ho preferite alle altre SANDISK Exreme pro da 95 MB/s. Alla prova dei fatti queste Extreme PRO che ho comprato non sono affatto 170 MB/s ma sono le classiche 95MB/s. Le ho testate con numerosi lettori USB 3.0 e a dispetto di altre schede più veloci, queste si fermano a circa 93MB/s in lettura e leggermente meno in scrittura. Diciamo subito che sono usabilissime ma non capisco la trovata di stampare quel 170MB/s sulla scheda che può confondere e fuorviare. Se leggete tutte le altre sigle di questa scheda sono identiche a quella Etreme PRO da 95 Mb/s, ossia: XCI, U3, V30 classe 10. In altre parole sono identiche! Le mie sono vendute e spedite da Amazon ma ho contattato lo stesso il supporto Sandisk per sapere se erano originali, ho dato tutti i seriali stampigliati ma il servizio non ha saputo o voluto dirmi se erano davvero originali o meno. Mi ha cercato una scusa dicendomi di dover usare esclusivamente il lettore USB 3.0 di sandisk per ritrovare i 170Mb/s, a me sembra appunto una scusa e basta.
Per quanto descritto in apertura, sconsiglio queste schede per l'utilizzo su fujifilm X-T2 se proprio le volete acquistare vi consiglio comunque di prendere quelle vendute e spedite da Amazon in modo da essere più tranquilli sulla autenticità. Trovo che la trovata dei 170Mb/s davvero una grande scorrettezza per l'utente che deve scegliere. Spero che la mia esperienza vi sia stata utile.
1. Good writing speed for photography and uploading to PC
2. Enough storage size for a good price.
3. I feel safer using this card, it seems based on my experience with other brands that there's a lower chance of SanDisk Extreme Pro cards malfunctioning.
4. It also looks nice (I don't know if this is something people care about, but I like it)
1. I can't comment on tech support, as I haven't had to use it.
2. Writing speed not 170MB/s (so the described speed actually refers to the read speed, but if you want speeds like this, you have to be willing to pay loads more, no matter the brand. Write speed is still fast enough for all the photos and videos I've ever had to shoot).
These cards have also had issues with some Sony cameras (see other reviews) which leads me to believe there is a particular problem with the ones designated 170MB/s.
I have confirmed that the cards have their stated capacity using the F3 program, and I don't believe they're fake (I also bought them direct from Amazon, not from a Marketplace seller).
I have always used Sandisk cards because they have always been reliable, but they seem to have dropped the ball on these ones, perhaps by bending the UHS-I standard a little too much in the pursuit of a higher headline read speed (which you will never see in a standard card reader anyway).
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I tried both cards in both cameras in both slots!
I’m not sure what the problem is because I have lots of 95mbs cards and I have six 300mbs cards....both of which work flawlessly. These 170mbs cards are in the middle but do not work.
I didn’t want to give 1 star because it’s not entirely the cards fault. This doesn’t affect my trust in Sandisk although I’m glad I tried the cards before I left home last night for a model shoot.
I’ll be ordering 300mbs cards I think
Don't cheap out and buy lesser-brand cards. After all, memory cards are the most important component of your camera and the one thing that needs to be rock solid.
One minor drawback on these is the packaging. The outer cardboard is easy to open, but the plastic seal inside is a nightmare to open, even with sharp tools.
Stick with the 95mb/s or the 280mb/s to avoid the problems.
I would recommend considering the Ultra range if your storage demands aren’t overly demanding though. Currently I have four 1080p IP security cameras each with 64GB Ultra cards installed, and three dash cams ( Nextbase 512 front and 112 rear in my car and 412 front in my wife’s) with 32GB Ultra cards. The transfer rates of the Ultras are still more than good enough to process HD video from all of these sources so the extra expense of using the Extreme Pro cards isn’t necessary.
I’ve been using SanDisk cards for as long as I’ve been using digital devices and I’ve never lost any data in that time. I have no hesitation in recommending SanDisk memory cards, with the Ultra range offering exceptional value for money while the Extreme Pro range provides exceptional performance.