SanDisk Extreme HD Video SDHC Class 10 cards
Get the perfect balance of speed and reliability for HD video and faster shot-to-shot performance with SanDisk Extreme® HD Video SDHC cards. Delivering Class 10 video performance with up to 60MB/sec read/write speeds1, you'll be ready to capture HD video on the latest digital point & shoot cameras and DSLRs that have high-definition video recording capabilities.
The SanDisk 16GB Class 10 SDHC is commonly used for Portable images/multimedia, Storing images/multimedia and more.The SanDisk 16GB Class 10 SDHC is most used by customers who consider themselves to be a Casual user, Enthusiast, Getting started, Professional, Semi pro among others.The SanDisk 16GB Class 10 SDHC is popular because customers like the following qualities of the SanDisk 16GB Class 10 SDHC: Easy to use, Great value, Large capacity, Reliable and Writes/reads fast
Most Liked Positive Review
SanDisk is TOPS in reliability. Read countless reviews, and you will find that a SIGNIFICANT percentage of the cheaper memory cards have experienced serious failure problems. Anyone who buys cheap memory cards is being penny wise and pound foolish. Also, there are millions of counterfeit SanDisk [and other] memory cards being sold on the internet, and buying from Adorama gives me absolute confidence that I am receiving the genuine article. The only drawback to this particular model of SanDis...View full Review
SanDisk is TOPS in reliability. Read countless reviews, and you will find that a SIGNIFICANT percentage of the cheaper memory cards have experienced serious failure problems. Anyone who buys cheap memory cards is being penny wise and pound foolish. Also, there are millions of counterfeit SanDisk [and other] memory cards being sold on the internet, and buying from Adorama gives me absolute confidence that I am receiving the genuine article. The only drawback to this particular model of SanDisk SDHC memory card is that although it is marked Class 10, it is not a true Class 10. All of the SanDisk SDHC so-called Class 10 memory cards which have a model number ending in -A21 have been discontinued and are no longer available from SanDisk. SanDisk improved their so-called Class 10 SDHC memory cards, and changed all of the model #s to end in -A31 [instead of -A21]. The later -A31 is faster at reading and writing that the discontinued -A21. Although SanDisk claims that both the -A21 and the -A31 have read and write speeds UP TO 30 Mbps, all of the several bench test I have read say that neither model of card comes close to a 30 Mbps speed. All manufacturers camouflage specifications by saying UP TO, so it is no surprise that SanDisk does the same. My Panasonic videocam specs claim that it writes at 21 Mbps, which is faster than reviewer bench tests say the -A21 can read. When I phoned Adorama to place my order, the rep was completely honest and said that they do not sell the -A31, and he made no misleading claims about the -A21 which Adorama does sell. So I knew before I purchased the -A21 from Adorama that I was ordering the -A21, and I knew its speed limitations, and I am COMPLETELY satisfied with my Adorama purchase. The Adorama price for my -A21 models was extremely fair [the market price for the improved -A31 model is considerably higher, and the -A31 model is available only from a very few sellers]. My Adorama memory cards arrived the second day after I placed my telephone order. I could not be more pleased with Adorama.
Most Liked Negative Review
i bought this card on the basis of the advertised 30MB/s class 10 read/write speeds. i ran a speed test on this and it only wrote at just over 17MB/s and read at over 21 MB/s. i realize 30MB/s is the maximum but 17 is nowhere close to 30. also if you go to the sandisk website this card is listed as a 20MB/s card. the 30MB/s cards are much more expensive.
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Have used in my Nikon D7000 for stills and videos, works great.
Great Product, never dissatisfied with Sandisk!
I am a pro shooter, so I need fast-writing, super dependable cards. I have never has a problem with my SanDisk Cards in the past and this card is no exception.
Came with my new camera, and I needed a new one.
I've used SanDisk memory cards exclusively on my DSLR cameras and always have been completely satisfied with their performance. The 16GB Class 10 cards work perfectly with my Nikon D7000 camera!
I've had two memory card failures so I try to reduce my exposure to risk by changing cards daily so at worse, I lose one days photos and videos
important photo shots I know I have the image
On my Nikon D90 I measured 11.1 MByte/sec by capturing 10 RAW images in a row using the fast continuous shutter. Not quite the 30 MByte/sec that the D90 is supposed to be capable of. On a borrowed D7100 I measured 33.5 MByte/sec. Still not quite the 45 MB/s claimed on the product. But the cameras might not be writing continuously. To test I set manual focus, shutter at 1/200 sec, RAW image only, Shutter at CH. Then held the button down and recorded the file time stamps fitting a line between images two through ten. I can not compare this to my original card as it broke. Also note that this is my second post as I made a math error in my first try. It would be nice to see more speed tests for the D90 using the newer UHS SDHC cards. I recommend getting rid of your old ones as the plastic case of my 4 year old card failed, leaving parts in the camera after which I was unable to continue shooting. Note that was not a SanDisk card.
Little is written on which UHS SD card to choose for our old Nikon D90 cameras. So I punted on this one. I shot and saved 10 raw 9.3 MB images. The time stamps went from zero to 6 min. Using images 2-10 gives me 0.80 raw images/min, or 0.185 MBytes/sec or 1.48 MBits/sec. No where close to the stated 45 MB/sec for this card or the 30 MB/sec that the D90 is supposed to be able to do. Now maybe the D90 isn't writing continuously. Unfortunately my best older card broke so I can't do a direct comparison. I borrowed a D7100, and ripped off 14 raw 27.4 MB images with time stamps from zero to 10 min. Using images 2 through 14 we calculate 0.78 images/min, 0.559 MBytes/sec, or 4.469 MBits/sec. Again this doesn't match the 45 MByte/sec spec. Note I set the shutter speed to 1/200, focus to manual, and high multiple shot mode. The D7100 slowed down after about 6 images. The D90 barely slowed at all. At this point I'm ok with one image per minute. But both the D90 and the D7100 are rated higher than that for continuous shooting.
I bought these to use in the Nikon D5300 camera I purchased separately. Very fast storage and they handle the 24 MP files from the D5300 very well. Fast cownload from the card to computer using Nikon software. Sandisk quality, enough said!