Sony 32GB Class 10 Micro SDHC R40 Memory Card (SR32UYA/TQMN)

June 29, 2014 - Comment

Sony high speed microSDHC Memory Cards are designed to expand your storage and deliver the speed you need to capture fast action photos and video. The cards are compatible with devices from Sony, Motorola, Samsung, LG and more and are available with transfer speeds of up to 40MB/s1. Technology Up to 40MB/s Ttransfer Speed1 Provides

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Sony high speed microSDHC Memory Cards are designed to expand your storage and deliver the speed you need to capture fast action photos and video. The cards are compatible with devices from Sony, Motorola, Samsung, LG and more and are available with transfer speeds of up to 40MB/s1.

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Technology

Up to 40MB/s Ttransfer Speed1

Provides fast and easy photo and video transfer.

Available in 4 Capacities

Available in a variety of capacities, microSDHC is great for data transfer and backup across devices.

Expand Your Options

Use microSDHC cards to expand your storage on phones and tablets, to enjoy more content like games and apps, and easily transfer photos or video to your PC.

File Rescue Downloadable Software2

File Rescue downloadable software helps recover photos and videos that have been accidentally damaged or deleted.

High Levels of Reliability and Data Integrity3

Shoot with confidence knowing you have protective features such as waterproof, temperature-proof and more.

Supplied Adaptor for Compatibility

The supplied adaptor makes microSD easy to use with all your devices

High Capacity Storage4Recording Time Capacity# of photos (18 megapixels)High Definition (5 Mbps)High Definition (28 Mbps) 8GB1,2003 hours 15 minutes35 minutes 16GB2,4006 hours 20 minutes1 hour 15 minutes 32GB4,80012 hours 50 minutes2 hours 30 minutes 64GB59,60025 hours 45 minutes5 hours 5 minutes

1. Based on Sony testing. Transfer speeds dependent on host hardware.

2. File Rescue downloadable software available at www.sony.net/memorycard. Does not support data recovery for Content Protected and Game Data files. Not all data may be recoverable.

3. Based on Sony internal testing. Actual performance may vary based on environmental conditions and usage. Waterproof certified to IEC 60529 IPX7 standard. Can operate in temperatures between -13 degrees Fahrenheit (25 degrees Celsius) and 185 degrees Fahrenheit (85 degrees Celsius).

4. Video recording time is based on using a digital camcorder in 5 Mbps and 28 Mbps AVCHD settings. Number of photos (JPEG) images is based on using a digital still camera in 18 megapixel setting. Figures of the recordable photos and video hours may vary depending on models being used and shooting settings. The figures shown on chart are independent from each other; this card will not be able to store these quantities simultaneously.

5. 64GB card can only be used with microSDXC compatible hardware products.

Comments

Lenny says:

Very fast microSD card I couldn’t get this card during the lightning deal a couple of days ago, but it turned out that a local B&M store was selling it for slightly less, so I picked it up there. I bought this card for about 10% above the market price for a decent microSD card of the same size, and the rating takes that price into account. At $30 (the Amazon price as I’m writing this) I’d rate it 4 stars.It comes with a SD adapter and no plastic clamshell case. It has a 1 year limited warranty (only the…

NLee the Engineer says:

Beats the Sandisk Ultra class-10 card by a huge margin Over the past decade I have purchased dozens of memory cards. My two favorite brands are Sandisk and Transcend since they always give consistent (though maybe unexceptional) performances. Recently I bought this during a Gold Box deal, and it turns out to be my best microSDHC card.I tested this Sony card using several benchmark programs, including…

Kate says:

Worked fine, and then suddenly stopped, and Sony replaced it. This card worked beautifully for 9 weeks, during which I accessed the card about once every couple of days. I had purchased it for my phone to store photos and music. This morning when I woke up the phone requested that I put in a card, and claimed the current one was unmounted. Seemed odd. I rebooted the phone twice, and it still couldn’t read the card. I took the card out and put it back in, still no luck. I put in a different card that we had in the house for something else and sure…

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