SanDisk are the authority when it comes to creating SD cards. It might stand for Secure Digital, but you won’t be blamed if you thought SanDisk had named them after themselves. Their cards have been the go-to storage devices for photographers and videographers world over. With their Extreme Pro SDXC card, you now have the ability to run at up to 300 MB/s, and shoot Ultra High Speed in 4K!
SanDisk Extreme Pro SDXC UHS-II SD Card – Features
- Super-fast SDHC and SDXC UHS-II memory cards with shot speeds up to 260 MB/s
- Maximize workflow efficiency with transfer speeds up to 300 MB/s
- Extreme speed to catch every frame; video performance available to support full HD and cinema-quality 4K video recording
- 32 GB to 128 GB for longer; uninterrupted photo and video sessions
- Trusted by professionals. Operating temperature is -25 degrees to 85 degrees in celsius
All about that speed
If you have ever been involved in any kind of photography, you will know that speed is of the essence. For most photographers who get involved in stuff like sports or high-speed photography, burst mode is often the default of photography. While obviously, the quality of your images depends on the camera, the speed at which your card can write those images on itself has a huge impact on how many images you can capture, and whether you can get that perfect image.
With write speeds up to 300 MB/s, the Sandisk Extreme Pro SDXC SD Card has you covered.
All about that video quality
It isn’t just about photography though.
As a videographer, you want to capture as much detail as possible for your raw footage. Whether you shoot in HD and 4K is also dependant on how fast your card can write data on itself. With the UHS Class 3 rated card, you have nothing to worry about.
All that detail will be yours to see when you pop that card into your device to your images.
Read it in style
With the Sandisk Extreme Pro SDXC, you can also rely on its fast speed to allow you to process both your photos and videos as quickly as possible. Whether you like copying stuff over to your SSD or just process directly, the card has you covered.
We used it to try out various photography and video modes, and have really struggled to find anything that doesn’t coincide with the words above. It is one of those ‘pop it in and forget’ kind of devices, where you let it do its job and you won’t have to worry about it any more.
More information on the SanDisk Extreme Pro SDXC UHS-II Card can be found on the SanDisk website.
It comes in flavours of 32, 64 and 124GB. It starts from around £54 for the 32GB variety, around £100 for the 64GB and around £200 for the 128GB. You can buy them from various online retailers such as Amazon.