SanDisk 128GB Class 10, Extreme SDXC UHS-I Memory Card, 80MBps Read/Write Speeds (New Faster Version)

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About SanDisk 128GB Class 10

Shoot like a pro and enjoy great performance with SanDisk 128GB Extreme SDXC UHS-I memory card. With read/write speeds of up to 80MB/s, enjoy professional continuous burst-mode shooting and capture fast-action Full HD Video (1080p) and 3D video. Ideal for professionals and enthusiasts who need exacting performance, SanDisk Extreme lets you get more out of your DSLR, advanced camera or HD camcorder which is SDXC compatible.

Summary of Customer Reviews

(4)
Customers most agreed on the following attributes:
Pros:
Fast transfer (3),Reliable (3)
Best Uses:
Digital capture (3),Digital photography (3)

SanDisk 128GB Class 10 Features

  • Extreme Speed up to 80MB/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 128GB 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

SanDisk 128GB Class 10 Specifications

Form factor
SDXC
Capacity
128GB
Performance/speed
Up to 80 MB/sec read and write speeds
Bus Interface
UHS-I (fully backwards compatible with SD 2.0)
Operating temperature
-13Deg.F to 185Deg.F (-25Deg.C to 85 Deg.C)
Storage temperature
-40Deg.F to 185Deg.F (-40Deg.C to 85Deg.C)
Compatibility
SDXC supporting host devices
Security
Built-in write-protect switch prevents accidental data loss
Dimensions
0.94 x 1.25 x 0.08" (24 x 32 x 2.1 mm)

SanDisk 128GB Class 10 Reviews

Reviewed by 4 customers

 
5.0

Fantastic Card!

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from Orange, CA  -  Semi-Professional

Works great in the BMPCC for Apple ProRes! I just wish they made these little guys a bit more rugged. For the price, I feel these cards are a little flimsy. But I think that's the case for all micro storage brands.

 
5.0

Fast Card, Tons of Space!

By

from Harleysville, PA  -  Hobbyist/Enthusiast

This card has been working great for me for almost a year now! I haven't had any issues with it, and it's got so much room!!! I love having this much space. It transfers files very fast too, and my camera is able to write to it as fast as it needs to. I really like this card and I would recommend it.

 
5.0

Fast!

By

from Lighthouse Point, FL  -  Semi-Professional

SanDisk is trusted name - it's fast Read and Write. Great for high speed shooting and video. Using in Nikon D7100 with great results.

 
5.0

For the Serious Photographer Pro/Amature

By

from Texas  -  Semi Pro

This is the best investment for the serious Photographer wheather it be Professional or Amature

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Timothy F  Is this compatible with Nikon D800?
GEORGE C  It should be compatible with any camera that is advertised to use an (sp?) SDXC card. If you already have the camera that information should be on the outside of the box or in the "storage" section of the manual. Alternately, you should be able to find it in the "features" or "specifications" section of a review by one of the review sites or a site's Nikon forum (Google "digital camera review"). This is a very good card, even for the money. Unless you're a pro you probably wouldn't want to pay double it's price for the "Pro" version.
Shopper  Canon 5D Mk III says it works with SDXC, but I don't see a mention of UHS-I. Anyone used this card with that body?
JP D  5D3 does NOT support UHS. The SD card is useless for burst mode or video unfortunately. I'm getting several 64GB Lexar 800x CF cards for my 5D3 instead.
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