SanDisk Extreme Pro SDHC 16 GB 95 MB/s UHS Speed Class 1.. Specifications
(-)25degC to 85degC
2.4 cm x 3.2 cm x 0.21 cm
Built-in write-protect switch prevents accidental data loss
In Sales Package
1 x Memory Card
Up to 95MB/s read speed and Up to 90MB/s write speed
Water Proof, Temperature Proof, X-ray Proof, Shock Proof
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C10/U1 for Full HD video (1920x1080)
Store a variety of digital formats, including Raw and JPEG photos, Full HD videos, music and more. 1 year downloadable RescuePro data recovery software offer(Registration Required), for bringing accidentally deleted images back to life. Innovative memory controller supports unrivaled performance. Ideal for advanced DSLR cameras and HD camcorders. Durability tested to ensure card reliability.
(-)40degC to 85degC
Sandisk LifeTime Limited Warraty
W X H X D
24 mm x 32 mm x 2.1 mm
Error Correcting Support
Temperature Proof, Water Proof, Shock Proof, and X-ray Proof
Data Recovery Software
RescuePRO Data Recovery Software
: 120 Months
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Best Sellers Rank
#1,03,949 in Electronics (See top 100)
Date First Available
8 August 2014
I *heart* SanDisk
By Tahir Hashmion
I've been using SanDisk's top of the line (Extreme III, then Extreme Pro) SD cards since 2007 and I've never had one let me down. This card gave me 72.5 MB/s writes and 84 MB/s reads on my laptop's SD Card slot, which is impressive.
I bought the 8GB 95 MB/s card last month for better burst performance with my Nikon D7100 while shooting 14-bit lossless RAWs. Grabbed this 16GB variant as soon as it became available with WS Retail since their prices seem to be the lowest among options.
One thing to note is that the newest batch carries a new label that doesn't look like what's shown here. I sent a photo across to SanDisk customer support and they confirmed that it's genuine. This is what the card now looks like: pic.twitter.com/jj5J09jwiU
Great Speed & Processing
By Aditya Mendirattaon
this card is brilliant if you want to boost your read/writing speed.
However, if you put it on cameras like D3000, Canon 1000D then you will notice only slight difference because even though the memory card is extremely fast, the Camera buffer and image processor might be slow.
Although, it will slightly improve the speed when you shoot frames on continuous mode.
But mid range cameras like 5D mark II, D7000, D90 where the processor is much better to compensate the speed of the memory card, this is the one you need to go for.
Also, its better if you buy 2 of these instead of one 16GB. Just incase the loss of memory card or if it gets corrupted, you don't want to loose 16Gb of data no? :)
You also get a free membership to the sandisk software which can be used to recover data incase something goes wrong on the memory card.
The fastest SD card
By Debashish Ghoshon
Note: The read/write speed of a memory card depends on the camera hardware and the type of USB port used.
I am using this SD card in my Nikon D7100. The average uncompressed (14 bit) RAW file produced by my camera is around 30MB at full resolution (24MP). This card writes 3 RAW files per second in Continuous Shooting (burst) mode after my camera buffers fills up. That translates to a write speed of 90MB/s.
When I transfer the photos from the camera to my PC, I don't get the full read speed since the camera uses a USB 2.0 port. But I am sure if it is tested with a USB 3.0 card reader, it can hit its max speed easily.
I got this card for really cheap at Rs.2.5k when Flipkart was giving a 5% discount.
An advice to DSLR users: Before buying this card I would recommend you to read or watch any hands on review on the net whether your camera is capable of writing at such high speed to SD card. If its not, you may go for the 45MB/s SD card which is less than half the price of this card.
This one is Especially for 1080p Recording
By LIKITH MYLAPURon
Normal SD cards could not record videos for more than 10 seconds on my CANON - 550D SLR because of its low capacity flash band, which was the reason why i bought this and it performed very well.
You can just buy this, if for Full HD video recording.
N of-course Brilliant service by FlipKart. \m/
Fast but expensive
By Sudheer Prasadon
Bought this (Extreme Pro 95MB/s) for my Fuji XE-1 camera. Got a good deal Rs 4990/- .
Earlier I was using Sandisk Ultra (30MB/s) which used to take 4.5s to save a RAW+JPG file into the card. With this, the time has reduced to 2.2 s.
This is less than what I would expect from a card which is 3X faster as per spec.
Then I figured than camera takes 2s to process each image + a write time for 30MB of data.
It may be better of using Sandisk extreme (45MB/s) card as it is half the price and could give almost the same speed.(2.6s)
So, check out before buying this card. If your camera can't keep up, it may not be worth spending 2x the amount.
The real world speed amounts to only 15-20MB/s (measured on camera and PC), which is a far cry from the claimed 95MB/s. (The card reader I used is USB 2.0 which can do only 35MB/s max, so it would limit the speed).
I would say that in most cases, this speed may not be useful as it may get limited elsewhere.