The Samsung 64 GB SDHC Pro UHS-1 Class 10 Memory Card makes your experience incredible performance, great capacity and reliability you can trust. Your Samsung microSD Card: Pro has all the storage you need for your digital SLR or camcorder. Now you can capture all the photographs and video want.
Superfast performance means you aren't kept waiting when you need to save or access data. Thanks to 4-proof technology, it's all protected from water, magnets, extreme temperatures and x-rays.
I have only had if for a month so I can't comment on longevity of it but so far it has been great, Has a good solid feel to it, transfers files very fast. I would definitely purchase this again.
Not much to say really since it's a memory card. Bought on sale and it was a great deal for the price. Fast, 64 GB, works fine.
It perfectly fits into My 5D3, works easily and the speed is good enough to handle burst shots.
These cards are about 2/3s the speed of my Sandisk Extreme Pro's with my Nikon D800 There OK for snapping shots but I wouldn't use them on a shoot or for video Might do ok in the 12 to i6 mega pixel range for video
Awesome microsd a must have memory card. Dont hesitate to buy this.
Good price, worked well on a recent shoot with a Canon 70D on high speed.
For DSLR video the Samsung 64GB SDHC Pro was a great buy. You get the speed you need and the quality of Samsung products.
I did video on max settings using a 70d. These performed well at first but started to slow down, I would see the buffer meter fill, and the camera would automatically stop recording even though there was maybe 20gigs of room to spare. I know the closer you get to filling any card, the slower the speeds become, so I'm not saying it's bad but I suggest looking into this further. If you're doing photography though I would give it five stars it's definitely fast enough for high burst rates.
Very fast and great price for a 3 pack!!! DSLR users, get this if you are going on vacation or if you have a camera with 2 slots.
Giving 4 star not for the quality but a small confusion in the name. Anything above 32GB should be called SDXC and I did not know if this card will work with Nikon D300S. I asked Adorama customer support and they said it will work and it does! For the speed, it is a much better than what I was using and I can store a lot RAW files without worrying about running out of space. And the card looks cool too:)