SanDisk Ultra 16GB Class 10 SDHC Memory Card Up To 40MB/s- SDSDUN-0016G-G46 [Older Version]

March 19, 2018 - Comment

Ideal for compact-to-midrange point-and-shoot cameras and camcorders Twice as fast as ordinary SDHC cards Class 10 and U1 speed ratings for recording Full HD videos Waterproof, temperature-proof, x-ray-proof, and shock-proof Product Features Up To 40MB/s Read Speed 10-Year Warranty Easily Back Up Files With “SanDisk Memory Zone” App

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Ideal for compact-to-midrange point-and-shoot cameras and camcorders Twice as fast as ordinary SDHC cards Class 10 and U1 speed ratings for recording Full HD videos Waterproof, temperature-proof, x-ray-proof, and shock-proof

Product Features

  • Up To 40MB/s Read Speed
  • 10-Year Warranty
  • Easily Back Up Files With “SanDisk Memory Zone” App

Comments

Bill A. Belt says:

Great Buy Of A Quality Product I have been purchasing lessor cost memory cards until I recently ran into a series of issues. One card actually came apart in my camera and two cannot be read in the card reader on the computer. Thus I have been in the process of replacing memory cards. These SanDisk ULTRA cards have been fantastic. They read easily and transfer at an amazing speed. These are class 10 cards. I don’t think I will ever go back to the cheaper brands, just too many issues.I think there is one very important…

HX says:

16GB Card. Tested by Transcend USB3.0 card reader, the result is read speed 41MB/s, write speed 13.8MB/s, as specified. The write speed is much lower than the 8GB class 10 cards I have, e.g. Kingston, Toshiba (20MB) though read speed is much faster.

Jef Jaeger says:

A good and reliable memory card… I have 4 of these for my pro Canon video camcorder and use it for my business. The cards have been very reliable. A few times, I could not erase the card – the computer would tell me that it was write protected and could not be erased. The lock on the card was not engaged. I engaged it and tried again, getting the now expected ‘write protected’ message. Then I turn the lock off again and put it back in the slot – this time, I could scrub the card and have it empty and ready to go for more…

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