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Hi Mark - yes SanDisk Ultra SDXC 64GB is an ideal choice ffor3 reasons. (1) Superior Quality, (2) High Speed and (3) Very big Capacity. You might want to keep a spare spare battery for your Vixia while shooting outdoors. Good Luck
By Vilas Thuse on December 20, 2013
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I honestly have no idea! I received this item (I have ordered several, as well as the 16g) and they are always perfect - exactly what I would buy in Best Buy only Amazon sells for half the price. No problem at all.
By tczig on May 18, 2014
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I honestly don't know. I have 8th and 16th that I use in my do a rebel with no problems at all. If check with my documentation that came with the camera.
By Kindle Customer on December 2, 2013
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Yes it will work fine, SanDisk card are really popular, speed is alright , i made a quick check and your camera support sdhc class card.
By Dany Wall on August 20, 2014
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As long as your camera supports SDHC (the high capacity SD cards), it should be fine.
By Sonny B. on December 10, 2013
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When choosing a card for your device call the manufacturer first the number for HTC in the United States in English is ‎+1 866 449 8358‎ they are open ‎08:00 - 1:00AM Eastern Time‎. I hope this helps you. Ryan
By Ryan on July 6, 2014
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No. This card is shockingly slow. I don't know about class 10, but 30mb/sec writing speed is too slow for a single photo. Way too slow for video.
By Michael Metzger on June 6, 2014