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SanDisk Extreme PLUS 32GB SDHC UHS-I/U3 Memory Card up to 80MB/s Read (SDSDXS-032G-X46)

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  • Superfast read speeds of up to 80mb/s
  • Write speeds of up to 60mb/s (10 x faster than standard ordinary cards)
  • Highest video recording performance with both class 10 and UHS speed class 1 (U1)2 ratings for capturing 3D and full HD video (1080p)
  • 1 year free use of rescue pro deluxe media recovery software
  • Industry leading flash technology
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Product Information

Size: 32GB | Style Name: Single pack
Technical Details
BrandSanDisk
Item Weight9 g
Product Dimensions2.2 x 2.4 x 3.2 cm
Item model numberSDSDXS-032G-X46
SeriesSDSDXS-032G SDHC Extreme Class 10 UHS-I
ColorYellow
Form FactorSD, SDHC
RAM Size32 GB
  
Additional Information
ASINB00D6Y0U8E
Best Sellers Rank 3,016 in Computers & Accessories (See top 100)
Shipping Weight9 g
Date First Available5 Jun. 2013
  
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Product Safety

This product is subject to specific safety warnings
  • Warning: Not suitable for children under 5 years. For use under adult supervision
  • Warning: To be used under the direct supervision of an adult

Product Description

Size Name: 32GB | Style Name: Single pack

Product Description

60MB/s Write Speed for Faster Shot-to-Shot Performance

With write speeds upto 60MB/s, this card unleashes the full shooting potential of your advanced camera or DSLR. Take advantage of advanced functions such as fast action shots, continuous burst mode and multiple frames per second. Photos are written to your card almost instantly so you'll get your best shot.

Extended Capacity Holds High-Resolution Photos and Videos

With capacities up to an incredible 128GB to capture it all, this SanDisk Extreme UHS-I Card offers enough room for thousands of high-resolution photos. The card can accommodate high-volume image formats, such as RAW and JPEG, without running out of space. This memory card also provides plenty of room for Full HD videos.

Flawless Full HD Video Recording

With Class 10 and UHS Speed Class 1 (U1) UHS Speed Class 1 designates a performance option designed to support real time video recording in UHS-I enabled host devices. video ratings you'll be ready to capture cinema quality 3D and Full HD. Full HD video(1920x1080x30fps) and HD video support may vary based upon host device, file size, resolution, compression, bit rate, content and other factors. See www.sandisk.com/HD video (1080p), which require more performance than ordinary cards can handle. This memory card's accelerated minimum sustained write speeds ensure no video data is lost during recording, by reducing dropouts and stuttering.

Error Correction for Enhanced Reliability

Thanks to its Advanced Error Correction Code engine, the SanDisk Extreme SDHC and SDXC UHS-I card reduces the chance for errorduring data storage and retrieval. Prevents potential data corruption, providing high data integrity.

Fast Transfer Speed Reduces Upload Time

The SanDisk Extreme SDHC or SDXC UHS-I card boasts a read speed of up to 45MB/s, letting you transfer photos and videos to your computer quickly. You'll spend less time uploading photos and more time editing, storing, and sharing.

Durable Design

Designed and tested to withstand the toughest conditions, card capacities 16-64GB are waterproof. Water proof: Tested to withstand up to 72 hours in 1m salt or fresh water; IEC 529 IPX7; product must be clean and dry before use. Capacities up to 64GB only. Shockproof: Shock and vibration proof: Capable of withstanding up to 500Gs of shock. Capacities up to 64GB only and X-ray proof. X-ray proof: Immune to airport X-rays. Capacities up to 64GB only. It can operate in temperatures ranging from -13 to 185 degrees Fahrenheit, so you can snap the perfect shot in almost any climate.

Warranty

The SanDisk Extreme SDHC and SDXC UHS-I Cards are backed by a lifetime limited warranty.

Box Contains

1 x SanDisk Extreme SDHC Card

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Customer Reviews

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39 of 39 people found the following review helpful By Mr Baz TOP 1000 REVIEWER on 29 April 2014
Style Name: Single packSize: 32GB
Length: 3:48 Mins
I have quite a few cards including a few Extreme 45 MB/s cards, Lexar Pro 600x and various other makers (PNY, Sony, Fuji)
This is a new "Plus" range sitting between the normal Extreme range and the Extreme Pro

Write speeds came in at around 60MB/s on an internal and external USB 3.0 reader, that's pretty close to the claimed specification by the maker. I clocked the Ultra 45MB/s at abuot 43-44MB/s writing which is still quite fast, but you're getting around 15MB/s extra write speed on this newer Ultra + card.

You can benchmark these cards all day long on a pc, but out in the real world the peformance is very close with this and the 95MB/s Pro. This indicates that many cameras simply can't write above a certain speed (even UHS-I compliant ones)
Do bear in mind testing on a computer with a card reader can vary depending on OS, card reader etc. And different cameras can vary in terms of buffer clearing time (some being better than others)

There isn't much of a difference of any significance in real world shooting Extreme Plus v Extreme Pro. And you get the same tougher card (shock proof, freeze proof, waterproof, etc etc) Buffer clearing times are pretty close, on the cameras I tested it on. The Extreme pro is fast, but not hugely so

It's certainly quicker than the extreme 45MB/s card which is a good cheaper option (and fast enough for many users still a fast card I get around 40-MB/s write speeds on this far quicker in camera than many rivals ie the Sony 94MB/s which is fast reading but not as fast writing - 39MB/s or so a touch below the SanDisk 45 MB/s card ) If you want speed and reasonable value this is clearly the best place to go.
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13 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Pine Marten TOP 1000 REVIEWER on 4 April 2014
Style Name: Single packSize: 16GB Verified Purchase
I got these for the Nikon D7000 and I am pleased to say they are effective and fast-writing memory cards. Recommended particularly if you like to take many shots in quick succession and also if you like to shoot RAW. For less demanding users, the lower priced SanDisk Ultra 16GB SDHC UHS-I Class 10 Card - Frustration Free Packaging might be all you need, whilst more demanding users will perhaps be happy to splash out on the Sandisk 16GB SDHC SD UHS-1 Extreme Class 10 HD Video Hi Definition Memory Card 45MB/s. or you can pull out all the stops and go for the SanDisk SDSDXPA-016G-X46 16GB Extreme Pro UHS-I SDHC Memory Card. However, you should be aware that a faster memory card will only meet/match the best of what your camera can do, so lesser cameras will not benefit from a top performing memory card. That is why I went for this particular card under review - it offers a fast performance, but it's not more than I was prepared to pay. If you have a simple point and shoot, then you certainly don't need a high performance memory card for normal use and you would be wasting your money in going overboard. Higher performance memory cards are useful for higher quality video and continuous shooting for sports using a DSLR. Of course, you could research this more than I have and come to a very educated, scientific conclusion if you want to compare all the facts and figures. Suffice to say, I was happy to choose this particular model as a compromise between cost and high performance. Whatever you decide, I think that Sandisk cards are the best and the only brand I use.
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38 of 39 people found the following review helpful By Dave White on 13 Dec. 2013
Style Name: Single packSize: 32GB Verified Purchase
I believe this to be a good quality SD card, but since this is supposed to be a faster version that's what I'd like to compare.
I have two almost identical 32GB Sandisk Extreme cards - this new one with 80GB/s transfer rate, and a previous one with 45GB/s transfer rate.

I just got my first DSLR and thought I'd get a faster card to cope with high speed bursts, but I find that it doesn't make any difference.

In my tests with a Canon 70D, holding the shutter down for a period of time I get the exact same number of shots with both cards - 34 shots in 15 seconds, for example. 14 shots are taken at high speed in the first couple of seconds, then the camera buffers and needs to write to the SD card before the next shot is taken. After the first couple of seconds the (slower) rate seems pretty consistent (and comparable) for the remainder of the test with both of these cards.

For comparison I have another unbranded 32GB SD-HC card (micro SD using an adaptor) which is also labelled as class 10, but this only managed 24 shots in the same test. The 2 second burst speed is the same (as this is dependent on the camera) but the follow-up shots after that are less consistent.

My conclusion is that once you get to a card with a decent transfer rate the rate seems to be capped by the camera rather than the card.

If you have a camera which is capable of writing faster then the faster card may be beneficial, but in my tests with the 70D the 45GB/s Sandisk card performs just as well as the 80GB/s card, and in future I'll save my money (but I would pick a good brand like Sandisk).
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Mrs J on 20 Sept. 2013
Style Name: Single packSize: 16GB Verified Purchase
This is the card that Fujifilm recommends for their HS50EXR camera, apart from their own make that is. My camera is a 16.2 megapixel and so far this memory card saves multiple pictures using the continuous shooting burst mode very quickly. I haven't tested it fully yet but so far I am extremely pleased with this extreme 80 MB speed memory card. And it was a great price too at £17.02.
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