Kingston Digital 64 GB SDHC/SDXC Class 10 UHS-1 Flash Memory Card 30MB/s (SDX10V/64GB)
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- Up to 30MB/s read, ultra-high-speed bus I (UHS-I)
- Secure - built-in write-protect switch prevents accidental data loss
- Compatible - with SDHC & SDXC host devices; not compatible with standard SD-enabled devices/readers
- File Format - FAT32
- Great for HD Video video recordings
- Reliable - lifetime warranty, free technical support
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I decided to write a review here because many other reviews didn't mention a few critical pieces of information.
First and foremost, this card does support alternate file systems. Out of the box, if you don't have at least Windows XP SP1 (with update KB955704) on your PC, OSX 10.6.4 on your mac, and the "SDXC" logo on your camera or device, this card may not be recognized properly in its native exFAT filesystem, and your various computers and devices may not be able to format it in a way that is compatible with your other devices. If you format the card with NTFS, it will work on older Windows systems (and UNIX-based machines with ntfs-3G or FUSE-ntfs). If you format it with FAT32, however, it will work on almost every device I tested, even those which claim to support the SDHC (32GB max) standard. This is because there are basically no physical differences between older SDHC cards and these newer SDXC cards except for their capacity. Additionally, this means if you format the card with FAT32 on a compatible computer, you can use it in almost every camera, computer, or device that supports 4GB cards. That's right, when formatted to FAT32, I've tested it in a couple of devices that advertised a maximum capacity support of only 4GB, and it still played well with all the other old devices too!
Compatibility aside, the speed of the card deserves note.Read more ›
A followup: I was initially frustrated, but Kingston's lifetime warranty was honored very professionally by the Kingston company. I mailed them back my card and they sent a new one that has worked perfectly thus far. Therefore I am raising my rating to 3 stars. If it works for an extended length of time, I will raise it again because of the excellent customer service.
Well, the Kingston SDHC XC works fine with the native exFat32 format In Windows 7 Ultimate (and I assume in Vista too). However, since I do most of my computer chores in a Windows partition running Linux Ubuntu Narley Norwale I had to format to NTFS to get the SDHC XC card to work.Naturally, the format was done in Windows Ultimate 7 not in the Linux partition.
The format took a few minutes at most. Did the ol' quick format. Windows NTFS takes a bigger chunk of memory to format compared to exFat32. But with a 128 GBs SDHC XC card you'll never miss that chunk of memory/space.
Now I have a mini-hard drive the size of a thick postage stamp.
Fast delivery in the NYC, NY area even with a big storm with the moniker of Sandy.
UPDATE: As of two days ago the card failed as feared. I'm unable to do anything to fix it as it only registers as having 0 bytes.
Thank you for selecting Kingston as your upgrade partner.
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