PNY Elite Performance 64GB Flash Memory High Speed SDXC Class 10 UHS-I (P-SDX64U395-GE)

PNY Elite Performance 64GB Flash Memory High Speed SDXC Class 10 UHS-I (P-SDX64U395-GE)
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Price: $29.99 Details

Availability: Usually ships in 1 to 4 weeks
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Average customer review:
(4.5 stars, based on 3166 reviews)

Product Details

  • Size: 64GB
  • Brand: PNY
  • Model: P-SDX64U395-GE
  • Fabric type: NA
  • Aspect ratio: Unknown
  • Number of items: 1
  • Dimensions: .94" h x 1.25" w x .8" l, .1 pounds
  • Memory: 64GB
  • Display size: 10

Features

  • Up to 95MB/sec speed for the ultimate transfer rates; Ideal for High Performance DSLR cameras and HD camcorders, especially for ultra fast action shots, sports video, HD video and other professional-quality photography
  • Class 10 UHS-I, U3 performance allows burst-mode shooting, Full HD and 4K Ultra HD video recording
  • Fast speed performance minimizes time spent transferring photos and video to your computer; Stores approximately 22,756 photos so you can shoot more shots with fewer downloads
  • Reliable & Durable: Magnet Proof, Shock Proof, Temperature Proof, Waterproof
  • Compatible with SDHC and SDXC devices; Backed by Lifetime Limited Warranty

Where fast just got faster. PNY Elite Performance SDXC Flash Memory: PNY's new line of Elite Performance SDXC flash memory cards are the perfect solution for photographers and videographers utilizing advanced DSLR cameras, and 3D/HD camcorders. They are our fastest SDXC cards yet, with transfer speeds up to 95MB/s. You'll be ready to capture ultra-fast action shots and HD video without missing a beat. These cards and are built with UHS-1 (Ultra High Speed) bus interfaces for getting the optimal performance out of your camera/camcorder.


Customer Reviews

Most helpful customer reviews

192 of 204 people found the following review helpful.
593.53MB/s sequential reads and 56.63MB/s sequential writes
By Tim Eckel
Works great, very fast, no compatibility issues with devices that support SDXC. Was able to do 93.53MB/s sequential reads and 56.63MB/s sequential writes. The random writes are slower, so this wouldn't be great for an OS (like a Raspberry Pi). But perfectly designed and very fast for a camera recording images or video.

167 of 181 people found the following review helpful.
1ALERT! These may not be truly UHS-I U3
By D S
[[VIDEOID:c9b61fbda6b9c8d82898da1d315621d6]] I purchase this in order to record 4k on my Sony AX33 using the 100mbs for the highest quality 4k (vs 60mbs). I install the card and I set to 100mbs but, receive a message that I must install a U3 card. That is what I purchased. I did some research online and found a reference where some where having the same issue and others were not. I decided to go to a local store and I found the exact same PNY SD card. I purchased it and tried it at home. Well guess what? It worked! Not errors. I looked at both packages in great detail and only found a few differences. Note the pictures: The SD card on the right DOES work as a UHS-I U3 @ 100mbs the one on the left I purchased from amazon and is NOT recognized as a UHS-I U3. I have attached a video demonstrating the error I receive when trying to use one over the other.PNY Elite Performance 64 GB High Speed SDXC Class 10 UHS-I, U3 up to 95 MB/Sec Flash Card (P-SDX64U395-GE)

4 of 4 people found the following review helpful.
3Ok but Not recognized as UHS-I and slower than Sandisk Extreme line....
By nateo200
My camera does not recognize it as being UHS-I, it is a Sony a6300....none the less the data rates are pretty good but the burst rate is little more than Sandisk's Extreme line and can't hold a candle to any of my Sandisk Extreme Pro's....I can record 4K at 60Mbps but Sony requires UHS-I cards for 4K at 100Mbps and the card is not recognized as such....I generally stick to Sandisk and I suppose this is why. That said I paid 22.99 USD for 64GB's which is a pretty good deal, I probably have a million Sandisk cards but I was hoping PNY could compare. I will try the card in other devices but I did extensive continuous shooting with the a6300's 11fps+ continuous 24MP sensor and the buffer clear a lot slower than cards that were Class 10 but not UHS-I by a slight amount and Sony's UHS-I seemed to be superior with Sandisk Extreme Pro maintaining its deserved status as king.

If you just need 64GB's for everything up to 1080p60 at 50-60Mbps and this card is cheaper than Sandisk, Sony, or Lexar then you are absolutely fine, most of you will be shooting AVCHD at 24-28Mbps anyways but if you need true UHS-I or near UHS-II performance look elsewhere.

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