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Sandisk 4 GB Extreme SDHC Card

by SanDisk

List Price: $49.99
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  • Fast 20MB/sec sequential Read/Write speeds
  • Ideal for demanding photo shoots under severe weather conditions heat, cold, wind, rain, snow, etc
  • Class 6 speed performance rating ( based on SD 2.0 specifications)
  • SDSDX3-4096 BULK - Each unit is individually packaged in an Anti-Static Parts Bag
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 1 x 1 x 1 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 1 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B0017RLFM2
  • Item model number: SDSDX3-4096
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (84 customer reviews)

Product Description

SanDisk Extreme III expands its award-winning, professional line of memory cards with a new 4GB SDHC (Secured Digital High Capacity) card. The SanDisk Extreme III 4GB SDHC memory card offers speed, performance and reliability to ensure you get your photos every time. A 4GB memory card can store more than 2,000 high-resolution pictures or up to 8 hours of MPEG 4 video. (SDSDX3-4096 BULK - Each unit is individually packaged in an Anti-Static Parts Bag)


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Customer Reviews

I bought this one specifically because people reviewed it REALLY good on forums.
dmaster
It is fast enough to capture the quickness of the latest digital cameras using their motion picture function.
Robert B. Little
I bought this SD card for use in my Canon SD890is digital camera and it works great.
DB.9

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

184 of 194 people found the following review helpful By vidyut on May 31, 2008
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The card is good, and will ensure that the bottleneck for delays will be in the camera's circuitry, not in the write operation to the card post click.

However, read the description of this particular item carefully. What you get is a what they say here - a card in an anti-static envelope. The card that I got did not look new - the contacts had use marks on it. I am keeping it because I did not notice this detail in the description, because I got a great price, because I needed to use it right after getting it, and because it seems to work fine. But it isn't new - not that the description said anything about it being so.
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66 of 68 people found the following review helpful By Michael Elder on April 29, 2008
I have personally tested several examples of this product against many other brands and models. In my D80 I find the JPEG write speed to be about 9.5 MB/second. It writes raw data at about 8.5 MB/second. Nothing else I have tried is close; not even the highly rated Lexar Professional Series 133X.

I have never experienced a failure of any kind with this product.

I like 'em.
I buy 'em.
I use 'em.
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26 of 26 people found the following review helpful By John Irwin on October 3, 2008
The SanDisk cards are great and this is a good price. The seller tacks on about $4.25 per card for shipping and handling even though it probably cost them less than $1 to ship two cards to me. But, even with that "hidden" charge it was still cheaper than I can purchase these locally.

I ordered two cards. They were each packaged in the standard plastic shell case for an SD card and then inside a static bag, but without retail packaging. They appear to be new and unused. (I suspect that these discount sellers obtain these by breaking up bundled product sets, like a digital camera kit which includes the camera, a battery, a charger, and a memory card, and selling the individual pieces for a discount price, but I don't really know for sure).

Note: These cards are available from several different sellers on Amazon, this review is for the seller BlueProton.
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17 of 19 people found the following review helpful By Lanny Sanders on December 8, 2008
I have Canon 1Ds and 1D Mark II cameras. I shot in RAW format, so I get large image sizes that are stored on the cards. I've been very happy with Sandisk UltraII 2GB cards and wanted to get a little more space for longer trips. I purchased 4 of these cards and tested each card on 10-shot burst on both cameras. Each of the 4GB cards took twice as long to process the data as the Ultra II 2GB cards. I use the burst mode on these cameras for wildlife (the 1D is capable of 8.5 frames per second) and I need to be ready to shoot again within 10 seconds. The cards took more than 30 seconds to finally store all the images (about 85 megs of data). I don't know if I got bad cards or the larger space is naturally slower, but I'll sell these and stick with my 2GB cards.
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Ms_Ladi VINE VOICE on August 7, 2008
I use this card with my new Canon SD790IS 10MP Digital Camera. I can get more than 900 photos on the highest settings. It records quickly, ready for me to take a second pic in a millisecond. I know technology advances, but this is way better than the 1GB SD card I used for my previous camera.

I now go out looking for ways to fill the card up with every trip!
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41 of 52 people found the following review helpful By D. Kiser on August 14, 2008
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Digital Media Source sent me a bad one and refuses to replace or refund it. After purchasing a new one from best buy the card amazed me. It writes very fast and have never had a "writting" message pop up during use. Be careful who you buy it from, you might end up wasting your money.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By S. Kirschenmann on December 28, 2008
I use this card in my nikon D90. It's a HUGE improvement over the standard 10mb/s sandisk cards. Even though it's only 2x faster (20mb/s) it empties my D90's cache probably 3-4x faster.

When shooting RAW, I could get about .75FPS once the buffer filed up on the standard SD card. With the extreme III card, I get about 2FPS once the buffer fills up. What a huge and needed improvement!
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By SHP on January 10, 2011
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I ordered this product on Christmas day and did receive it promptly, prior to outer shipping date range. I ordered 2 SD cards and the related free card readers.

I had used my new camera with the internal memory prior to receipt of the new SD cards without a problem. When the cards were received I took the camera out with a card properly installed. Prior to purchase I had downloaded the camera manual and confirmed that the cards were approved for us in this camera.

The camera began freezing up and not working correctly. I could not even turn it off. I had to do a hard reboot by removing the battery to restore camera function. After this happened several times, I was fearful that my camera was a 'lemon'. However, remembering that it worked FINE without the SD card, I removed it after removing the battery so I could turn the camera off.

The camera worked fine on re-boot. And did not work again with the SD card installed. I did not have the 2nd card with me.

I went to a local store and bought a new SD card. The camera worked without a problem. I returned home and could not access the SD card through my computer via the card reader received as a 'free' gift with the purchase. It locked up my computer. I tried the 2nd card in the card reader, and it worked normally. So I tried it in my camera. It works in the camera as well. So it was very clear to me that it wasn't that I ordered incompatible cards, but a defect in the one card.

I emailed Blue Proton on 1/1/11 regarding the problem after confirming that the other products worked. I did not hear back from them for a full business week so re-sent my email with a follow up note on 1/8/11.
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