SanDisk Extreme 128GB UHS-1 SDXC Memory Card Up To 45MB/s- SDSDX-128G-X46 (Label May Change)
- Extreme Speed up to 45MB/sec read/write speeds for faster shot to shot performance and faster downloads.
- Extreme Full HD video recording with both UHS Speed Class 1 for the new UHS- I Bus I/F and Class 10 for High Speed Bus I/F to capture Full HD (1080p)
- Extreme Capacities with up to 128 GB capacity for more Full HD video and more uncompressed maximum file size images.
- Extreme Technology based on new UHS-I bus architecture for increased speed so you'll be ready to capture it all.
- Extreme Reliability advanced Error Correction Code (ECC) engine improves overall data integrity and reliability of the card during read and write.
- Extreme Durability built for and tested in harsh conditions; temperature proof, water proof, shock proof, and x-ray proof.
- Extreme Trust from the flash memory card brand trusted by professional photographers.
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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 3D video (1).
Eight Times Faster Than Ordinary Memory Cards
The SanDisk Extreme SDXC UHS-I Card helps you capture shots quickly--up to eight times faster than an ordinary memory card (2). 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 45 MB/s (3), 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 45 MB/s (3), the card lets you capture multiple frames per second, making it an ideal choice for fast-action or continuous burst mode photography.
128 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 and Full HD videos. With a capacity of 128 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 1 (4) rated, allowing you to seamlessly capture cinema-quality Full HD and 3D video. Record a ballet recital, sporting event, or family vacation without skipped frames.
Designed to Withstand Extreme Environments
SanDisk Extreme SDXC 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 (6). 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 (7). 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 video (1920x1080x30fps) and 3D video support may vary based upon host device, file attributes and other factors. See www.sandisk.com/HD. (2) Ordinary memory cards perform at up to 5MB/s write speed. 1MB=1,000,000 bytes. (3) Up to 45MB/sec read/write speed. Based on internal testing; performance may be lower depending upon host device. 1MB=1,000,000 bytes. (4) UHS Speed Class 1 designates a performance option designed to support real time video recording in UHS-I-enabled host devices. (5) 1GB=1,000,000,000 bytes. Actual user storage less. (6)See www. sandisk. com/proof for additional information and limitations. (7) Registration required; terms and conditions apply.
- RAM: 128 GB
SanDisk Extreme HD Video - Flash memory card - 128 GB - Class 10 - SDXC UHS-I
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What I wanted to point out to those looking is that this IS the latest 45MB/s SDHC Extreme 16GB card. AND it's at the same or better price as others selling the previous models!
Maybe I'm the only one that's confused about the different versions of the SanDisk SDHC cards. But I searched and searched trying to make sure I was getting the latest card instead of overpaying for old stock. I even contacted SanDisk, and their customer support didn't even know that the Extreme is now 45MB/s! They actually told me that I would have to buy the (now outdated and overpriced) SDSDXP1-016G to get 45MB/s. I researched this for a couple of evenings, and still knew enough to explain to SanDisk that the SDSDXPA-016G is the new version of what they told me to buy, and it's now 95MB/s for the same price!
So here's the breakdown of what I found as of 3/22/12:
Lower price Extreme SDHC:
SDSDRX3-016G - 30MB/s - OLD
SDSDX-016G - 45MB/s - CURRENT (Apparently Brand New)
Higher price Extreme Pro SDHC:
SDSDXP1-016G - 45MB/s - OLD
SDSDXPA-016G - 95MB/s - CURRENT
The cards are all about the same price if you buy the same classification and GB size. (A 16GB Extreme is going to be twenty-five to thirty bucks regardless if it's 20MB/s, 30MB/s, or 45MB/s.)
I don't know if you really need this Extreme card vs. Ultra or Extreme Pro. You can determine that... But don't Overpay for the same performance! Be sure you Get the Latest Version of whichever you choose.
Of course, pulling pictures and video off the card is also quicker than with the Transcend. Although both cards are "Class 10," the SanDisk is 50% faster than the Transcend.
I've put the card in both my desktop and laptop computers and haven't had any problem reading the images off them.
If you've spent a bunch of money on a DSLR why go cheap when it comes to the storage? A slow card can reduce the performance of the camera if you're shooting rapid fire. After looking at many reviews here and at photography websites I decided on this card and I haven't been disappointed.
The read speed matters if you have a USB3.0 reader, it won't matter much if you don't.
The write speed is determined by the class-1 destinction of UHS-1. This is the speed you need for 1080p video BUT, supposedly some Sony cameras prefer a 15MB/s minimum write speed. class-1 (This one) is only 10MB/s. I haven't tested but in my NEX-6 anyway this card works fine. In my NEX-5R, I have had some overheating issues that -may- be related to the write speed, not sure.
Until class-3 cards become available (minimum write speed is 30MB/s if I recall correctly), which are for 4K video writing, this is about as good as it gets.
Note that a higher speed where it says 45MB/s* or 90MB/s has to do with READ speed and it's a MAXIMUM value. It has nothing to do with write speed (that's the 1 inside the little U). Write speed is what matters if you're trying to speed up fps on your DSLR or trying to get better write performance for some other device.
I also couldn't get my camcorder to take photos faster than it could save them on the card. (8.3 MP only for the photos). Previously after a few photos I would have had to wait 20-30 seconds for the photos to go to the card.
I also bought a 16GB of the same model and it has worked perfectly.
So pick the 45MB/s, class 10, U1 logo (UHS Speed class 1) from a reputable brand like Sandisk, and enjoy super fast transfers.
No-brand are available for cheaper, but when it's your vacation, of family photos or video you are recording and you lose a file, the $10 of difference suddenly becomes priceless.
Sandisk also gives some code for a 1year recovery software usage. I never used the codes, but it doesn't hurt to keep them around for the day a card will fail (nothing lasts forever: you need to backup your data).
Also using a good card reader is needed to get better performance out of the card - something to keep in mind of the PC transfer is slow.
Last: this is backward compatible with SD-HC devices. I'm using the 16GB in a Go Pro HD2 and this 32GB in a Sony HDR-CX550V. They might not have the fastest interface for the card, but they get a really nice speed boost to write the files.