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SanDisk Ultra 64 GB SDXC Class 10 Memory Card up to 80 Mbps, Frustration Free Packaging
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- Better choice for compact to mid-range point and shoot cameras
- Can store many pictures and quick transfer speeds up to 80 MB/s
- Exceptional video recording performance with class 10 rating for Full HD video (1080 p)
- 10-year warranty
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Keeping On Shooting
Available in capacities of up to 128GB  you can store tons of pictures and even more Full HD video (1080p) , allowing you to keep on shooting and recording, without worrying about running out of memory.
Better Quality Images
Capture quality pictures and Full HD video  with your compact point-and-shoot camera, whilst also benefiting from ultra-fast shot speed. The SanDisk Ultra SDHC/SDXC UHS-I card allows you to take better quality photos.
Designed To Withstand Harsh Conditions
The SanDisk Ultra SDHC/SDXC UHS-I card is durability tested to protect your memories from life’s mishaps. It's waterproof, shockproof, x-ray proof, and temperature-proof  meaning that you can focus on capturing your memories.
 Up to 80MB/sec read speed; write speed lower. Based on internal testing; performance may be lower depending on host device. 1 MB=1,000,000 bytes.
 Full HD (1920x1080) video support may vary based upon host device, file attributes, and other factors.
 1 GB=1,000,000,000 bytes. Actual user storage less.
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Some reviewers have misinterpreted the speed figure. In this case, the card is 80MB/s, this interprets that a camera taking 20MB images, when connecting the card to your computer, permits the downloading of 4 images per second. The 80MB/s figure relates to the time it takes for data to be transferred to the computer (read speed) and is not how long it takes the camera to record the image (write speed), which is usually a lower figure. For example, SanDisk’s higher level ‘Extreme’ cards show a read speed of 80MB/s but have a lower write speed of 60MB/s.
In practical terms, using a DSLR taking 20MB images, 100 images take 25 seconds to download to the computer. I have been using the previous generation of ‘Ultra’ cards with a speed of 30 MB/s which would take about 67 seconds to download 100 images. Depending on your lifestyle and patience determines whether you have the need for faster cards.
SanDisk have created a range of cards revolving around speed and capacity, ‘blue’ cards, silver coloured ‘Ultra’ and gold ‘Extreme’ cards. ‘Extreme’ are aimed at professionals requiring the fastest read/write speeds, up to 95/90 MB/s while the ‘Ultra’ cards are aimed at compact camera users where speeds are at 30 to 40 MB/s, then we have ‘blue’ cards for basic usage where quickness is of no concern and SanDisk do not quote a speed.
I get the impression SanDisk think that DSLR users must buy ‘Extreme’ cards when it is not the case, ‘Ultra’ are sufficient. The packaging states the card is able to take a better picture which I think is surprising for this claim to be permitted.Read more ›
So in short this card is good for a videographer where the read speed is more important than the write speed. If you are a photographer then this is not the card for you since we need a fast write speed to clear the buffer. However....given that the Transcend's are only £2 more and is 95MB/s read with 60MB/s write, for me they are the logical choice, unless you are a die hard Sandisk fan.
As usual with Prime this arrived next day. I had plumped for the frustration free packaging which was exactly as you'd expect. From now on any cards I buy for camera use will be Sandisk, although I'll continue to use other brands (which can be a fair bit cheaper, especially on larger sizes like 128gb) for other less demanding applications such as phone storage.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Vrry good memiry card use it every day for my travels with recording camera in carPublished 1 hour ago by clive murphy
Bought to transfer data from PC but received error message as Win 10 did not recognise the card in the SD slot.Published 10 hours ago by Gareth
Brilliant. Good Value. No problems saving my photos onto it. Using in my Nikon 3100 DSLR. My last 32GB held about 4000 photos.Published 19 hours ago by Gill