SanDisk Ultra 32GB SDHC Class 10/UHS-1 Flash Memory Card Speed Up To 30MB/s- SDSDU-032G-U46 (Label May Change) [Old Version]

November 3, 2018 - Comment

Combining fast performance and generous capacity, the SanDisk Ultra SDHC or SDXC UHS-I memory card is an ideal storage choice for compact to mid-range point-and-shoot cameras and camcorders. This versatile card offers twice the speed of an ordinary memory card**, so you can take more pictures with less lag time. These cards come in a

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Combining fast performance and generous capacity, the SanDisk Ultra SDHC or SDXC UHS-I memory card is an ideal storage choice for compact to mid-range point-and-shoot cameras and camcorders. This versatile card offers twice the speed of an ordinary memory card**, so you can take more pictures with less lag time. These cards come in a variety of capacities and feature a shock-resistant, water and temperature-proof design. Don’t miss the moment. Be ready with double the speed and the highest video performance.

Product Features

  • Highest video performance and fast shot speed
  • Now with Class 10 Full HD video (1080p)
  • Save time transferring photos and video with up to 30MB/s read speed

Comments

Anonymous says:

SanDisk Ultra 16GB SDHC Class 10/UHS-1 Flash Memory Card, USED FOR MAKING MOVIES & TAKING STILL PICTURES. You have to understand that my life happens in slow motion imposed upon me by cerebral palsy so I don’t have much in the way of high speed requirements. I do not take pictures of animals, babies or atheletes taht move in the wink of an eye. I take pictures of buildings, bridges and people standing still. I might take a picture of something moving slow that can be captured using camera settings.That said I have taken pictures of buildings and other things using a digital SLR…

Anonymous says:

Excellent price/performance value for a 16Gb card I have used Sandisk flash cards almost exclusively since 2003 and have only once had a failure requiring me to use Remo Recover to extract photos from a corrupted card. That’s a pretty good record, and I trust Sandisk more than any other brand to not crash on me when I am taking important photos. This particular card was purchased for use with a Canon 6D and Canon 60D. As a 30 MB/s class 10, it has more than enough bandwidth to shoot 20 megapixel RAW still images in bursts of up to 10, and…

Anonymous says:

Genuine but somewhat slow – not for Pro use or burst mode. I would not recommend this card for anyone with a very high Megapixel camera.30MB/second is not very fast. I’m not great at math, but this is a pretty simple problem:A Nikon D800 has a 36 megapixel sensor and RAW files coming out of that camera can be around 50MB.Writing a 36 MP photo that is 50 MB being written to a 30MB/sec card will take almost two seconds to write to this card. And that is under IDEAL conditions.Now consider that you are…

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