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For photo enthusiasts using DSLR, advanced digital or HD video camera who need the speed and capacity to capture High quality 4k UHD and full HD video, high-speed burst mode and still photos even under extreme conditions, we provide memory cards at UHS speed class (U3) in capacities from 16GB to 256GB** for uninterrupted shooting and production efficient workflow in cards engineered to Stand up to environmental extremes.
Most helpful customer reviews
92 of 96 people found the following review helpful.
Best there is! Top FULL HD Video and More. No need to hesitate Here.
By Lead Review Exchange
[[VIDEOID:2c61c06d70a71b380247a4ce05d18e9]] I did a lot of research to get the best SD card for my use (Mainly video) with my Canon T6i. I am convinced this SD Card is best on the market. The reason it is Labeled *****"Newest Version" ******is because they have a new "Video Speed Class" rating system V10, V30, V60, V90 which means 10/30/60/90 MB/s (megabytes per second) these are MINIMUM WRITING Speeds for when you are actually recording video or taking pictures. With v30 or higher you get best FULL HD quality video and great 4K. This card is BEST for HD video and fast motion picture taking (sports) because of fast writing speed. So you are able to get more frames in your burst shots or vid. **I uploaded a opening review video to help anyone contemplating this purchase, and share what I've learned.
61 of 65 people found the following review helpful.
90MB/s Read, 50MB/s Write
By Jason Hermosa
I was skeptical about buying a non-pro version of this card but it's clear that it's high quality and and that write speeds are above what they promised.
Compared to other cards like the PNY Elite Performance, this card's performance is on par with PNY's 50-60MB/s write speeds. The max rate will depend on your writer, though, and for most cases, DSLRs don't write this fast. As a fact, the Canon 5DM3's SD card write speed peaks at 23MB/s.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful.
OK SD Card That Does Not Meet Top Read Speeds
By Chuck Liddell
This 128gb card is working well with my GX85 and RX100III cameras. It can handle the 4K video recording without issue on the GX85. Write speeds live up to expectations but the read speeds are a bit lower than expected.
I tested the card speed multiple ways and with different programs. I saw and average of 75MB/s read speed and 64MB/s write speed over and average of ten tests.