Faster speeds to capture Full HD video and fast action photos...
• Kingston's Class 10 UHS-I Ultimate card features UHS-I technology and impressive performance that lets users shoot full 1080p HD video and 3D video - and transfer files faster too.
• With speeds up to 60MB/s read and 35MB/s write, this versatile card transfers files much faster than standard Class 10 SDHC/SDXC cards.
• Capacities up to 64GB let users record more video - up to 320 minutes at 24Mbps of HD video - without having to switch cards.
• Photographers can shoot high-density image files, such as RAW or JPEG, without running out of space, and the card's higher sustained write speeds support continuous burst mode and ensure video integrity by reducing stutter.
• The Class 10 UHS-I Ultimate card is compatible with SDHC (16GB, 32GB) and SDXC (64GB). The card is backed by a lifetime warranty, free technical support and legendary Kingston® reliability.
• Impressive 233X UHS- I speeds for sequential shots and 3D video
• Ideal for use with DSLR cameras and HD camcorders
• High capacities up to 64GB to store thousands of photos and hours of video
Reviewed by 2 customers
Great reliable memory card. I have several with no failure's thus far. I use it for digital still photo's, and video's. I now look for the Kingston memory cards. There colorful too.
I have used both SanDisk and Kingston products for many years. The outward difference is the cost and write speed (the speed at which the SD card stores an image). The decision of which to purchase is easily determined by the genre of photography in which you engage. If fast moving sports of any kind is your preference, then using a card that has a high write speed will keep up with the "burst rate" demands of your camera (multiple shots taken in a matter of seconds). If this is the case perhaps the SanDisk Extreme Pro would be a better choice with its 95mb per second write speed. Another factor is the size of the image you are shooting. Even a slower write speed card can keep up with a burst of lower res jpg images. Remember that the burst rate of a camera is model specific, and many cameras do not offer the burst function at all. If your preference does not demand shooting multiple high resolution images within a second or two, then using a slower write speed is not only acceptable it represents a substantial cost savings of 40% or 50%. The Kingston brand was established in 1987 when finding professional grade, price sensitve memory cards was a real challenge. They are now one of the largest manufacturers of memory cards and their memory products carry a lifetime waranty. They are extrememly reliable.