- Save 15% on iPad 2 Leather Protective Case from BoBotechnic (B00585MRFS) when you purchase $20.00 or more of Qualifying Items offered by BoBotechnic. Here's how (restrictions apply)
- Receive 1 BoBoTECHNIC Extra Large Bumper Guard Protectors (Pack of 4) (B013RN1D9I) free when you purchase 100 or more BoBoTECHNIC Items offered by BoBotechnic. Here's how (restrictions apply)
- Receive 1 BoBoTECHNIC USB 2.0 SDHC Reader Black (B002ZFVS9A) free when you purchase 1 or more BoBoTECHNIC Items offered by BoBotechnic. Here's how (restrictions apply)
SanDisk Extreme - Flash memory card - 32 GB - Class 10 -SDHC
|Price:||$58.80 + $4.95 shipping|
- Enter your model number to make sure this fits.
- 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
Customers also shopped for
What other items do customers buy after viewing this item?
Special offers and product promotions
Have a question?
Find answers in product info, Q&As, reviews
Please make sure that you are posting in the form of a question.
Compare to similar items
|Shipping||$4.95||FREE Shipping||FREE Shipping||FREE Shipping||FREE Shipping|
|RAM Size||32 GB||64 GB||32 GB||32 GB||32 GB|
|Digital Storage Capacity||32 GB||64 GB||16 GB||32 GB||32 GB|
|Flash Memory Type||SDHC||SDXC||SDHC||SDHC||SDHC|
|Item Dimensions||4.5 x 5.9 x 0.8 in||1.6 x 0.14 x 1.41 in||0.22 x 0.06 x 0.79 in||0.93 x 1.26 x 0.85 in||1.6 x 0.14 x 1.4 in|
|Item Weight||—||0.71 ounces||0.8 ounces||0.18 ounces||0.16 ounces|
|Memory Storage Capacity||32 GB||64 GB||32 GB||32 GB||32 GB|
|Secure Digital Association Speed Class||Class 10||—||Class 10||Class 10||—|
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.
Top customer reviews
There was a problem filtering reviews right now. Please try again later.
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.
Update May 13, 2010: Upgraded to Pentax K-7 14.6 MP Digital SLR with Shake Reduction and 720p HD Video (Body Only) camera. This card provides benefits over the lesser A-data cards, namely an extended RAW burst mode. Camera can capture roughly 1300 RAW or roughly twice as many in the best JPEG mode. In raw mode, camera took 15 pictures in full burst mode, then took 5 pictures in roughly 3-4 fps, and then was able to take pictures continuously at 2 frames per second (in RAW, with full memory). Camera took 10 seconds to write the buffer to the card. In comparison, the A-data card took 14 pictures in full burst mode, and then slowed down to approximately 0.66 fps (or 2 frames in approximately 3 seconds). It took about 15 seconds to write the buffer to the card. If you take fast action photos, this card in the Pentax K7 essentially gives you an extended burst mode feature. When shooting video, this card gives a similar speed increase when flushing the recording due to pause, which can be essential if you need to rapidly start it back unexpectedly. I have a second one of these cards on order.
I also have a point and shoot class Panasonic Lumix DMC-ZS7 12.1 MP Digital Camera with 12x Optical Image Stabilized Zoom and 3.0-Inch LCD (Black), and this card provides little benefit for this camera. The JPEG files it writes are less than 5MB so the extra speed isn't noticed. The AVCHD encoding removes the need for speed when shooting HD video. I use A-DATA 32 GB SDHC Class 6 Flash Memory Card 32GSDHC6 (Blue) with this camera with no issues. You won't be happy if you put it in your SLR and try to shoot raw or record MPEG encoded HD video, as the K7 does. The A-Data 32GB card is actually slower than the 16GB A-data card referenced at the beginning of this review. For .JPEG cameras which have AVCHD capability, the A-DATA 32GB card is a cheap alternative with generous storage capacity (over 6000 pictures on largest and finest picture mode, or over 4 hours of HD video at maximum resolution and quality).
Tip for maintaining memory card speed: Once you have copied all the photos from your card to your computer or storage device, format the card in the camera you are going to use it in using the camera menus. This provides two benefits: all fragmentation is eliminated because you are starting out with a brand new file system with no data in it (filesystems with all files deleted can still suffer from directory and file allocation table fragmentation). Secondly, the camera will optimize the file system parameters (such a sector size) to work the most effectively for that camera. The SD card may take longer to copy to the computer, but that is OK: the important thing is to be able to have top performance in the camera. In-computer performance may be traded off for faster camera performance.
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.
The SanDisk appears to be about twice as fast as the Transcend card. While shooting Jpeg/RAW picture with my Sony A35 with the Transcend and it takes about 6 seconds for the write to complete before I can preview / zoom the picture I just shot.
Same Jpeg/RAW pictures with the Sony A35 with this SanDisk card and it takes about 3 seconds or less before I can preview and zoom in, etc on the picture I just shot.
I know this isn't scientific or anything but at first glance without disk read and write tests and not using any stop watches or anything, I'm "Extreme"ly satisfied with this SanDisk Extreme Class 10 card and its speed.
Keeps the aggregation down when trying to see how your focus / exposure, etc came out on the pic you just took, especially for the processing when shooting RAW (at least on the Sony A35).
As long as I don't get any or only very few failed writes while shooting, I'll keep being happy and buy more of these cards.
Now, if they could only drop the price about 20 bucks or so, then it would be perfect. FIVE STAR product but One STAR demotion for the price.