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SanDisk SDSDXP1-016G-A75 16GB Extreme Pro SDHC Memory Card

4.2 out of 5 stars 42 customer reviews

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  • Extreme speed up to 45 MB/s speed means you'll get the shot you want.
  • Extreme Full HD video speed enabled by UHS Speed Class 1 lets you capture fast-action video.
  • Engineered with the SanDisk Power Core Controller, the SanDisk Extreme® Pro SDHC card delivers blazing fast read and write performance.
  • Extreme reliability and endurance, the SanDisk Extreme® Pro SDHC Power Core ontroller's firmware increases endurance.
  • Extreme durability- built for and tested in the harshest conditions-these cards are temperature proof, water proof, shock proof, and x-ray proof.
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  • Brand Name: SanDisk
  • Model Number: SDSDXP1-016G-A75
  • Memory Storage Capacity: 16384 MB

Product Description

Sandisk Extreme Pro SDSDXP1-016G-A75 16 GB Secure Digital High Capacity (SDHC) SDSDXP1-016G-A75 Flash Memory

Product Information

Product Dimensions 0.1 x 0.9 x 1.3 inches
Item Weight 1.4 ounces
Shipping Weight 1.6 ounces
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ASIN B004LB5AUY
Item model number SDSDXP1-016G-A75
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4.2 out of 5 stars 42 customer reviews

4.2 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #1,298 in Electronics > Accessories & Supplies > Camera & Photo Accessories > Digital Camera Accessories > Memory Cards > SD & SDHC Cards
Date first available at Amazon.com January 27, 2011

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The SanDisk Extreme Pro SDHC UHS-1 is the fastest SDHC currently on the market. That being said, I must point out that this card uses the UHS-1 standard which most cameras in existence currently do not support. I have the Nikon D7000 and as far as I can tell, it is the only camera that supports this card. Currently you can pick these cards up for about 75 dollars. However, I suspect that as more cameras are released that support this card, you will see the price go up.

This card writes and reads at a minimum of 45 mb/second. This is 15 mb/s than the former fastest SDHC card on the market, the SanDisk Extreme Class 10.

Even if you do not currently have a camera that supports UHS-1 this card will still work and is backwards compatible with SDHC and SHXC devices. However, the card will revert back to standard Class 10 speeds approximately.

I could go on and on about the quality of SanDisk but I won't. Simply put, they make some of the best memory for cameras out there.

This is a great card, but it is not for everyone. I prefer it because I only shoot RAW (NEF for Nikon) and the files are typically between 25mb - 30mb. The Nikon D7000 16.2MP DX-Format CMOS Digital SLR with 3.0-Inch LCD (Body Only) has a buffer of 10 RAW photos. When I get to the end of the buffer, this card starts with the magic. Where my Transcend Class 10 card would only allow me to shoot 2 shots per three seconds once I reached the buffer, the Extreme Pro allows me to shoot 2 shots per second when I run over the buffer. It also replenishes the buffer in about 4 seconds versus the 15-20 seconds the standard Class 10 cards would take.

So, this card may or may not be for you.
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I record 1080p video on my Canon EOS Rebel T3i for my YouTube videos, and I needed an SD card that could write and hold a lot of video (1080p @ 24fps files).
I had an 8GB Ultra 20MB/s card, but the speed in which it imported into Final Cut Pro X and Motion 5 was very slow, and didn't hold very much HD video... So I invested in the 16GB Extreme Pro 45MB/s class SDHC card, and I am wildly satisfied with this card!! Importing video files to my computer are more than 2x faster than the previous card I owned, and I now have just enough space on my card to hold the large video files my Canon T3i writes!

If you record video on a DSLR like myself and need an SDHC card, get this one! Cards like this are the MINIMUM requirement to using a DSLR camera, weather it's for still photography or HD cinematography!
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Using with Canon 60D for over a month. Works without any issues (as one would expect).
Wonder though if I really need this kind of performance, but helps with copying photos from camera to PC (get about 20MB/s copying speed).
Camera easily can store over 1500 pics (difficult to see exactly how many, as display counter only goes up to 999) on this card, and video recording works without glitches (have not recorded long clips though, typically around 40 secs max).
Will be testing cheaper cards soon (got a transcend 32GB, class 10 for around $50) to see if the premium for this card is worth it. Sandisk though seems to have no problems with their cards, and I do not want to loose any photos!!!
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I got fed up with missing shots because the camera was writing to the SD card. Read up on the UHS-1 specs and decided to try one. I measured it in my camera at twice as fast as the SanDisk Extreme, non-Pro, card and 6 times faster than other class 10 cards.

Delighted with the results and the card in my Nikon D7000.
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Ive always had great luck with Sandisk SD Cards and will continue to use them as they seem to be very reliable. This is by far one of the fastest SDHC card ive had and can keep up with my Canon T3i DSLR when taking quick pictures or mainly HD video of 1080p. The price is pretty high for 16 gb but your get what you pay for reliability and fast speed for read and write.
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Fast Card and was able to keep up with my video recordings on my Canon T3i. Slow cards actually stop your camera from recording but this one let's me record without having to check if it stopped. I've had this for 3 years now and I've also never lost or corrupted data. SanDisk is reliable.
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This SDHC is amazingly fast and works great in my Nikon D7000. No hiccups with video recording or 6 fps rapid shooting. It's backward compatible with my old card reader (bought in 2007) but slows down (~15 MB/s) during file copy/transfer to my Linux box. But who cares, 15MB/s is still fast! Fast and excellent shipping from seller too!
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I know a lot of people who go for cheap SD cards and wonder why they get the results they do. Especially for those that have a nice camera regardless if it's a SLR or a Point-and-Shoot, you should have a card like this. It writes so fast and handles processing so much better. Personally I just highly recommend it. Do some research online about the differences and you'll see why it really does matter in the long run. Hope this helps.
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