• Kingston's Class 10 UHS-I Elite card features impressive performance that lets users shoot fast-action photos and HD video with higher sustained write speeds to ensure HD video integrity. This entry-level UHS-I compatible card reads up to30MB/s - 3x faster than standard Class 10 SDHC cards - to make uploading files faster, especially when using USB 3.0 readers.
• Available in 8GB, 16GB, 32GB and 64GB capacities, this card lets users record more video (up to 640 minutes at 12Mbps) without changing out cards. Photographers can shoot more high-density image files, such as RAW or JPEG, without running out of space. The 64GB card holds up to 8,000 24MP images. The Class 10 UHS-I Elite is compatible with SDHC (8GB, 16GB, 32GB)and SDXC host devices and backed by a lifetime warranty and free technical support.
• Impressive UHS-I speeds for sequential shots and HD video Ideal for use with enthusiast compact cameras, DSLR cameras and HD camcorders High storage capacities (up to 64GB) for thousands of photos and hours of video.
It is just a SD card, nothing special to report. I usually do not go higher than a 16 GB in case of malfunction, loss, etc.
I purchased this card to increase the memory on my tablet. I didn't need another adapter and was very happy to see this as an option. I have enjoyed Kingston cards in the past and look forward to the same quality service from this one.
This card came as a freebee with a camera I bought. I can see why it is free because is extremely slow in downloading images once the camera's buffer is full. Overall, when I buy a replacement card it will be one that is a lot faster than this.
This came with a package deal. If I have any input it would be dont pay the extra $20 for the package deals. Research what is best for you. You get what you pay for. This has a slow read/write speed for my Canon 6D.
I can't really complain, since I received this card as a part of the package for 5D Mark III. My setup was to write RAW files to my CF card and smaller JPGs to this SDHC card (in case I need them right away). On two photoshoots within 1 week, the images on the card would become corrupted and unreadable. At this point this card has lost all credibility and been taken out of the camera. This is unfortunate, because I have used Kingston cards before and they were pretty decent. Maybe I got a bad one here.
Stores images well.
Class 10 card and 32GB. You get speed and plenty of storage, that's what it's all about.
Kingston makes great cards. I have been using them in my DSLR, camcorder, and waterproof compact for over 5 years now and have been very happy. I realized how well they are made when the seal on the waterproof compact failed in salt water! Once I let the card dry out, I not only was able to recover the images, but the card works good as new!
Perfect for any Phone or tablet that uses the Micro Sd format cards. Kingston has never failed to perform well for me.
Popped it into my Samsung Galaxy Note II and the device re ognized it immediately. Reads and wrifes instantly. No drama, no issues.