The SanDisk 128 GB Ultra SDXC UHS-I Memory Card is a Secure Digital High Capacity memory card. With 128 GB of data storage capacity, the card provides ample space for photos and videos captured with your camera. It offers an SD Class 10 rating along with an Ultra High Speed Class 1 rating, boasting read speeds up to 40 MB/s. You can insert the card into any SDXC-compatible device.
I like the read and write speed of this product and it's versatility in transitioning from still photographs to movies. It handles HD video well and raw stills very well. I can also download the files to my computer as fast as my device can handle. The only drawback to this card, since I have very little experience with it, is my inability to push it to its limits.
Worked right out of the box. Going to use it as extra storage on a tablet.
This card holds over 7000 images or lots of video. It is fast enough to support anything you need it to do.
Used mainly for Photography, and alternative Video. The 30 MB /s speed is appropriated for Photography The battery is exhausted after two hours shooting.
Looking forward to photos in Europe
I bought this memory card so that I would be able to record videos for a big event. Once I recorded everything, I attempted to transfer all the files through a USB card reader. An error message kept popping up, "Card is not readable on this computer." I plugged it in for both Mac and PCs but neither hardware would accept this memory card. However, I was able to transfer the files by leaving the memory card in my digital camera and connecting the digital camera to my laptop. I used the digital camera's transfer software which extracted the files onto my desktop. I wouldn't recommend this card for a user whose only option is to upload photos via card reader.
Use it everyday for images of the nearby mountains and desert
I bought this to use as additional storage in an Acer Aspire One 11.6" notebook. I had replaced the OEM 320GB, 5400 RPM HD with a 240GB SSD and wanted additional storage for music and audio books. I have over 40GB of MP3 music, audio books, and PDF manuals on the card now. These files don't need to be on the SSD. Contrary to information that I found on the web from a Google search regarding 64GB SDXC cards, I had none, zero, nada problems re-formating this 64GB SDXC card to NTFS from the FAT. The search said you couldn't do this. I used Win 7 Disk Management to do a quick format and voilÃ it is now NTFS. The advantage of an SD card is you can always repurpose it as external storage for other devices with a compact external USB card reader or I can always use in my camera. Adorama had the best price for this card. It is a bargain considering what I paid for a 16GB Class 10 card 14 months ago.