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Built for Exceptional HD Video & RAW Performance.
• Won't Drop Frames in HD Video
• Supports Rapid-Fire RAW in DSLRs
• Slow Motion Approved
• Read Speeds up to 95MB/s
• Write Speeds up to 80MB/s
• UHS-I (Speed Class 3)
Note: The 64GB SDXC 633X UHS-I (Speed Class 3) Memory Card will only work with SDXC compatible devices.
Shoot with a card that can finally keep up with your HD and 3D enabled video camera or DSLR. The Delkin SD 633X UHS-I (Speed Class 3) memory card is designed to excel in DSLR cameras and advanced camcorders that require faster speeds and performance.
With capabilities to write data at speeds over 80MB/s, the SD 633X series supports slow motion recording for professional film-making and promises not to drop frames or slow your camera's buffer, even in the most demanding shooting or recording scenarios.
Unlike memory cards that are mass-built and boated in from overseas facilities, the Delkin SD 633X card is built with carefully chosen and controlled components to increase longevity, reliability and overall quality and is supported by a Limited Lifetime Warranty. All of Delkin's cards are proudly designed, engineered and built in San Diego, CA.
Delkin aggressively supports their cards for one simple reason, their cards work. When you choose Delkin, you're not only getting a spectacular product; you're also getting the people that come with it. Discover their passion, pledge, and their lifetime guarantee that's backed by real people here in the U.S. Assembled, designed and whenever possible built in America. If you have a problem, you can rely on Delkin to fix it. Now you know the difference.
Reviewed by 1 customers
I picked this card up based on its Read/Write speeds and also for its capacity. I had picked up a Sony A77 and found that I was filling up 16GB SD card too fast (especially if you shoot RAW + Jpeg). The A77 can shoot 12 fps but the buffer can clog up quickly, but with this card the processing time was at least half the processing time of the Class 10 SD card I was using, which means your back to shooting quickly. I did run into one issue. At the time I was using my MacBook Pro running 10.5.8, and it could not read the card when I attached the camera or even if i used a card reader. I re-checked using my brother's MacBook Pro running Snow Leopard and it worked just fine. I recently got a new MacBook Pro which runs Lion and it also works great!! So just double check that you're not running anything less than Mac OS 10.6 or you won't be able to copy the files to your machine for post processing. Enjoy!