SanDisk Extreme 32GB UHS-I/U3 SDHC Memory Card Up To 60MB/s Read - SDSDXN-032G-G46 [Older Version]
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- Up To 60MB/s Read; 40MB/s Write
- Error Correction for Enhanced Reliability
- Now at new U3 speeds, exceeding high-definition video recording performance requirement
- Extreme durability from deserts to glaciers, guaranteed
- Compatible with all major cameras with SDHC format
- Ideal for advanced cameras, DSLRs and HD camcorders
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Designed for Professional and Enthusiast Photographers
The SanDisk Extreme SDXC UHS-I Card lets you shoot longer uninterrupted photo or video sessions with your DSLR or camcorder. It delivers extremely fast, reliable performance when taking professional-quality photos or recording Full HD or 4K Ultra HD (1). The SanDisk Extreme SDXC UHS-I Card is backed by a lifetime limited warranty (8).
Eight Times Faster Than Ordinary Memory Cards
The SanDisk Extreme SDHC UHS-I Card helps you capture shots quickly--up to eight times faster than an ordinary memory card (3). It offers support for photographers who want to catch split-second action shots and quickly transfer them to their PCs or other devices.
Maximize Efficiency with Exceptional Read Speeds
With extremely fast read speeds of up to 60 MB/s (4), this memory card lets you transfer high-resolution images or Full HD videos from your DSLR or camcorder to your computer without a long wait.
Extreme Write Speeds for Fast-Action Photography
With write speeds of up to 40 MB/s (4), the card lets you capture multiple frames per second, making it an ideal choice for fast-action or continuous burst mode photography.
32 GB Capacity to Store Photos and Full HD and 3D Video
The SanDisk Extreme SDXC UHS-I Memory Card was designed for those who need lots of storage for high-resolution photos, Full HD videos, and 4K Ultra HD. With a capacity of 32 GB (5), this card lets you shoot longer photo and video sessions without stopping to download.
Shoot Seamless Full HD or 3D Video with UHS-I Technology
The SanDisk Extreme SDXC UHS-I Card is Class 10 and UHS Speed Class 3 (4) rated, allowing you to seamlessly capture cinema-quality Full HD and 4K Ultra HD video. Record a ballet recital, sporting event, or family vacation without skipped frames.
Designed to Withstand Extreme Environments
SanDisk Extreme SDHC UHS-I Memory Cards are waterproof and designed to perform from -13 to 185 degrees Fahrenheit. They are also shockproof and X-ray proof, so they won't be affected by an airport's X-ray machine (7). The memory card includes a writeable label and a protective jewel case.
Recover Deleted Photos or Videos with RescuePRO Deluxe Software
The card comes with a one-year subscription to RescuePRO Deluxe recovery software (8). With RescuePRO Deluxe software, it's easy to recover deleted or lost photos or videos and save them to your computer's hard drive--even if the files were deleted months ago.
(1) Full HD (1920x1080) and 4K Ultra HD (3840 x 2160) video support may vary based upon host device, file attributes and other factors. (2) Ordinary memory cards perform at up to 5MB/s write speed. 1MB=1,000,000 bytes. (3) Up to 60 MB/s read and up to 40 MB/s write speeds. Based on internal testing; performance may be lower depending upon host device. 1MB=1,000,000 bytes. (4) UHS Speed Class 3 designates a performance option designed to support 4K Ultra HD video recording with UHS-I enabled host devices. (5) 1GB=1,000,000,000 bytes. Actual user storage less. (7) Registration required; terms and conditions apply.
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Previously the Extreme was labeled 45MB/s (read and write). The new Extreme is advertised as 60MB/s read and 40MB/s write. One might wonder about the new card's downgraded write speed, but it is faster than advertised.
I tested the new SanDisk Extreme 32GB SDHC 60MB/s card using 7 different USB 3.0 card readers. Every one exceeded 75 MB/s read and reached 55MB/s write (range was 54.8-55.3MB/s across all readers with CrystalDiskMark 3.0.3 Sequential 1GB random test data, best of 5 passes). The improved write speed makes the Extreme almost as fast as the Extreme Plus measured at 60MB/s write speed but short of the Plus' 95MB/s highest read speed.
Compare this with the previous generation Extreme 45MB/s, which tested between 44-47MB/s read and 41-43MB/s write.
I recommended the previous version of the SanDisk Extreme quite often in the past. It was a good value considering one could spend twice as much for the Extreme Pro that probably wouldn't be much faster in most digital cameras. But more cameras today support UHS-I and can actually write above 70MB/s. For those cameras faster cards (Extreme Pro) can make a difference. With the Extreme getting a speed boost, it further increases its value and remains a great choice for many cameras.
As other reviewers have said this little beast is much faster than what it's advertised. Using CrystalDiskMark 3.0.3 and a Kingston G4 USB 3.0 UHS-II rated card reader it shows 73.75MB/s reads and 54.75MB/s writes (sequential).
It is also much better than the Kingston SD10V/16GB 46 that it replaced, that one measured 46MB/s reads and 11MB/s writes (sequential).
My Nikon D5300 in burst mode fills its buffer after a couple of shots (14bit RAW). With the SanDisk Extreme it takes about 2-3 of seconds to flush its the buffer, while the old card could take up to 20 seconds before I was able to shoot again.
In conclusion I feel very happy with the purchase. I can take more photos in burst mode, transfers to the PC are much faster and for the price is a steal.
I bought a couple of these cards as a backup for the 90MB/s cards I have so that I donâ€™t run in to problem when I cannot backup the photos regularly.
At 60MB/s speed, its ideal for normal shooting (not recommended for continuous shooting because the camera will freeze after 7-8 shots because of limited writing speed. Again, its not a bad accessory to have in bag when you are exhausted of space in your primary high-speed, high-capacity cards. The card has a U3 rating which is ideal for video shooting.
I would highly recommend this for smaller cameras but not if you use full frame DSLR and want to take continuous shots.
The 60MB/Sec card seems to be a good speed -- it definitely feels faster than the 40MB/sec card (about 50% faster) but noticeably slower than the 80-90MB/sec cards.
You probably won't notice much of a difference when shooting (most cameras wont write to the card at this full speed) but you will notice it when downloading pictures to your computer. If you shoot only a couple GB at a time, I wouldn't spend too much more for the faster speeds but if you're shooting 10+ GB you'll want the faster speed.
The price jump from the 60MB/sec to the 80-90-95 MB/sec cards is quite a bit, so I can't really recommend that.. but the jump from the 40MB/sec cards to the 60MB/sec cards is only a few bucks and you'll appreciate it. I regret buying some of my 40MB/sec cards.