Transcend 64GB SDXC Class 10 UHS-1 Flash Memory Card Up to 60MB/s (TS64GSDU1)

July 16, 2018 - Comment

Combining the already impressive Class 10 specification with the performance boost of UHS-I, Transcends Class 10 SDHC Ultra High Speed memory cards help your camera unleash its full potential. When paired with UHS-I compatible devices, these cards offer blazing-fast transfer speeds, perfect for high-speed consecutive shooting and smooth full HD video recording. Product Features Supports

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Combining the already impressive Class 10 specification with the performance boost of UHS-I, Transcends Class 10 SDHC Ultra High Speed memory cards help your camera unleash its full potential. When paired with UHS-I compatible devices, these cards offer blazing-fast transfer speeds, perfect for high-speed consecutive shooting and smooth full HD video recording.

Product Features

  • Supports Ultra High Speed Class 1 specification (U1)
  • Class 10 compliant
  • Fully compatible with SD 3.01 standards
  • Built-in Error Correcting Code (ECC) to detect and correct transfer errors
  • Supports Content Protection for Recordable Media (CPRM)
  • Easy to use, plug-and-play operation
  • Mechanical write-protection switch
  • Suitable for SDHC/SDXC compatible devices

Comments

Steve says:

No problem shooting video with my Canon T3i Before ordering this, I’d been using SanDisk Ultra 16 GB SDHC Class 10 Flash Memory Card for smooth video capturing. But to my disappointment, my camera Canon T3i would stop shooting video automatically after 20-30 seconds or at the longest a little longer than one minute. After reading many different reviews on different memory cards, I learned that it was the memory card not my camera that caused the problem. Strangely, Sandisk class 6 memory card caused no problem. But as I have only one 8…

N. J. Aponte says:

Item sold is not the item pictured. The photo posted is not of the card sold. The picturd card has a 60mb/s speed and 400x. The card sold is correctly described in the item details. It is a 45mb/s 300x card. I found this frustrating and misleading. I compared the picture of the product which boasted higher speeds than the actual item to make my selection. I went as far as to return the first item shipped to me because it did not match the image before I discovered the description differed.

NLee the Engineer says:

Impressive Read/Write speed – Just make sure you have an USB 3.0 card reader When I first tested this product () around end of last year, I was quite happy with the results. According to CrystalDiskMark v3.01, the card delivered a Sequential Read speed of 20MB/s and Write speed of 19MB/s. This means it far exceeded the minimum speed requirement for a ‘class-10’ card, which is just 10MB/s in Write. On the other hand, those number are…

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