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SanDisk Extreme - Flash memory card - 32 GB - Class 10 -SDHC

by SanDisk

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  • Fast speeds of up to 30MB/second - CLASS 10
  • Offload photo/video content at record rates
  • Maximizes you camera's continuous shooting abilities
  • Designed to perform in the most extreme conditions
  • Some Canon camcorders do NOT support class 10 speed rating when recording video in MXP/FXP mode
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 5.9 x 4.5 x 0.8 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 1.6 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B002TQ6HT6
  • Item model number: Extreme Class 10
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (67 customer reviews)

Product Description

With 30MB/s read/write speeds, you'll see it takes more than a great digital SLR camera to bring your ideas to life. Get exactly the shots you want with the professional-grade responsiveness of SanDisk Extreme® SDHC cards. You'll have room to capture it all in RAW+JPEG, and save the editing for later. Plus, you'll get faster photo and video transfers from camera to computer.

Customer Reviews

I highly recommend anyone to buy these SD cards for their devices!
ocxmichael
I can shoot full HD video with ease and take snapshots without pause.
Chef
They are blazing fast, much faster than you would need for HD video.
Brandon Nimon

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76 of 77 people found the following review helpful By Richard E. Roda on March 22, 2010
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I am upgrading from A-DATA 16GB Turbo 150X Secure Digital High Capacity (SDHC) Class 6 Memory Card - Retail Package using a Pentax K200D 10.2MP Digital SLR Camera with Shake Reduction (Body Only). The increase in performance is obvious from the first picture taken. RAW pictures are written to the card in less than a second. The camera does not hesitate due to the card when taking photos in RAW mode unless they are truly "rapid fire" photographs. This card writes RAW images as fast as the old card wrote JPEG files. In JPEG mode, the card speed doesn't become an issue until many (8+) rapid fire pictures are taken. In both cases, the camera flushes all pictures in around 3 seconds. The old card would take 15 seconds to flush the camera.

This card isn't cheap, but I can totally recommend it. It is both fast and large (over 1900 RAW pics, I would guess 5,000 JPEG pics). I totally believe in RAW. What is the point of the $1500 zoom or $500 prime lens if the detail is never saved to memory? RAW gives you far more editing and photo recovery options than JPEG. Taking JPEG photos with a cheap card is like putting a cheap non-coated UV filter on your expensive lens. Take a laptop/netbook and something like HP SimpleSave 2 TB USB 2.0 Desktop External Hard Drive HPBAAD0020HBK-NHSN (Gloss Black) and you are all set to take as many RAW pictures as you want.
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39 of 43 people found the following review helpful By rycir on April 29, 2010
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i just got my new card and canon vixia HFS100. since all of the canon literature on this site and canon's site stated a 'class 4 or higher' SDHC card was needed for the highest quality video modes (FXP and MXP), i purchased this card intending to use the camera's highest quality 24 fps mode. when i put the card in, i was able to use it, but only at the lower video quality settings. when i went to canon's support page (not the product brochure but the tech support section) it was the first time i saw that the camera is specifically looking for a 'class 4 or class 6' message to be sent from the card to the camera. i can only guess that is why my new $200 class 10 card is being treated like a class 2. i put in a sandisk class 4 16 gb card i usually use for my still camera and it works on the highest quality video mode - go figure.

haven't heard yet from canon, but hopefully they have a fix for this glitch. can't say much about the card itself - i'm sure it's great - it works fine in my still camera - this is canon's problem for sure but since many folks might be looking at this card for that camera, it's something to look out for.
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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Ankur Puri on February 13, 2011
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When I was looking for a SDHC card, I wanted something fast enough to handle multiple shots per frame and 1080p video for my Sony Nex 5. This card delivers, period. There are other cards out there that are labelled as Class-6 or Class-10 but they don't deliver speeds of around 30MB/s, which this card does without a hiccup. Specifically, I'll mention- There are certain cards that say they're Class-10 but when you shoot 1080p video and view it on ur giant apple cinema display or your lcd hdtv, you find it's rather choppy..and thats because your card isn't fast enough to keep up with your camera while writing the video data to the card. I'll tell ya, if you're not planning on shooting 1080p video, or burst-mode-shooting for stills..then you're better off getting one of those inexpensive class6/10 cards. I knew from the beginning this card was a little pricier but for that much storage + speed, you just cant beat it. Actually at the time of writing (2/12/2011) there's no other card that delivers as reliable and speedy performance as this one. If you can afford it, this is the best card out there yet.
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By S. Faulk VINE VOICE on February 3, 2011
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I recently purchased a Canon T2i along with an underwater housing (Nauticam) for scuba diving vacations. When looking for a card it was important to have 3 things: high capacity, fast read/write speeds and reliability.
The reason for wanting a large capacity card is because RAW files are fairly big and will eat up space in no time. The last thing you would want underwater is to run out of card space!
There really is no reason for a Class 10 card for photography as the camera buffer will take care of any card speed issues but I did want to be secure not to have buffer over-runs when taking video. Shooting HD video pushes a great deal of data to the card and it must be ready to write it. Canon recommends no less then a Class 6 for the T2i.
My final requirement is of course the most important, I also don't want to risk a card failure when that once in a lifetime photo is right in front of me. Knock on wood, I have never had a SanDisk card fail but I have used other brands that did. It is worth the extra money that SanDisk cards cost to know my photos and videos will make it from 100 feet underwater to my laptop in the hotel room without a glitch.
I used this memory card for 10 days in Grand Cayman shooting hundreds of photos and videos per day with all expectations met. To me it is worth the money and is a lot less then I would have spent just 10 years ago on film and developing.
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