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Samsung 64GB Class 10 UHS-1 Grade 1 80 MB/s Extreme SPEED SDXC Pro Memory Card
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18 of 18 people found the following review helpful
on 6 May 2013
I have ordered this card last week, to have it as a third set for my Nikon D800. I tested it first by copying around 58GB files from my computer using Lexar Professional USB 3.0 reader, and got around 18-19MB/Sec when the rated write speed was 40MB/Sec. So I tried some burst shot with D800, after 12 shots, the buffer went full, then it took about 2 minutes to clear the buffer. Doing the same thing with Sandisk Extreme 45MB/Sec card took 31 seconds to clear the buffer. I have now returned the item and bought a Sandisk Extreme Pro SDXC.

Safety features are good: Shock proof, x-ray proof, crash proof, magnetic proof and water proof. But the Sandisk Extreme cards have the features too plus the speed.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
on 20 March 2014
I am a gadget user, I prefer Samsung as I have always found there endurance to be better then any other card especially Kingston and Sandisk

I would recommend these for devices like video recorders etc as the write erase cycles seem to be better then any other card on the market... and they are a competitive price on amazon
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful
on 18 November 2013
The card is well made but it has been advertised as a fast card while in fact it is not. It is a basic class 10 card at a premium price. The card just makes it as a class 10 card. Its write speed is 8.6-10MB/s - The bigger the files the slower the card. The read speeds do not exceed 22MB/s which is nowhere near the advertised 80MB/s. The card I bough did look genuine and had no faulty sectors. The actual memory size is ~59GB in fact.
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I have a couple of Samsung SDHC cards already that I use in my other camera and video camera and have been using them for at least 2 years without any problems.

I recently bought a new 16MP camera and as file sizes are fairly big, I wanted something that would cope with a snap happy holiday without filling up, and also have a fast enough read and write time to ensure that I was not having to wait for images to be saved before the camera was able to capture the next image.

I have used the camera in Burst mode several times, and it seems to cope very well. I can't report on actual speeds, but it seems to suit my needs. A Pro user might be more concerned about access speeds ... A snapper like me will be OK.

For once, the capacity is slightly more than advertised, 32.08GB so no issues there.

Assuming that it performs as well as my existing Samsung cards, it will provide years of reliable and affordable data storage.
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on 22 January 2014
I started with a microSD card from Amazon that was a total disaster. For a few pounds more I bought this card with the refund money. I did not get the rated speeds, but the file transfers were 2-3 times faster than for a 16GB Samsung card I was using as a temporary stopgap. It is almost filled (59GB) with mp3 files and has performed faultlessly during the production of massive playlists (11,000 tracks) and the loading and playback in my mp3 device.

I would expect it to work just as well in cameras, video recorders, phones and tablets although I am not in a position to test that. It came at a very competitive price.

I needed a full SD sized card as that was recommended for my device. If you must have a microSD sized card then this is not the card for you. That's a shame: It works really well.
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on 25 May 2014
I tried some continuous high (8fps) drive mode shot with Samsung NX 1100, after 8 shots in Raw file format, the buffer went full, then it took about 22 seconds to clear the buffer.
Doing the same thing with Kingston 16 GB class 10 30 MB/s UHS-1 card took 35 seconds to clear the buffer.
Copying 5 GB of data on a hard disk using Kingston Mobile Lite G3 usb 3.0 multi-card reader
connected through USB 3.0. It took 1.10 minutes with an average speed of 68 MB / s. Average write speed of 40 MB / s achieved copying data back to card.

Using generic usb 2.0 card reader it took 4.10 minutes with an average speed of 20 MB / s.
Average write speed of 10 MB / s achieved copying data back to card.

I am very pleased with the card. Good value for money.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
on 16 April 2014
This sd card does exactly what is supposed to do. With a basic kingston usb 3 card reader it is able to achieve exactly the advertised speeds... And it's very nice to look at :)
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
on 5 May 2014
Does what it says on the tin, if you have USB 3 then the write speed is around 44mb a sec, massive help for backing up photo's and game saves.
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on 27 June 2014
Have used these cards as I find them good value and reliable! I shot a lot with Nikon D800 which delivers large file sizes and this card handles the job very well.

I also shot with a Fuji x-pro1 where write speeds are slow! The Samsung helps make this process bearable.

Friends of mine swear by other leading brands but Samsung has given me confidence due to its reliabilty! Other cards have failed for me.

Best
David
UK
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on 20 March 2014
not sure if there fake,,, but speed was slower than moped.... Takes forever to copy 2 gig... Stopped working shortly after ordered another same deal.... tried about 4 diffrent makes, , all did the same... Finally tried the kinston ,, it was much cheaper, ,, so i didnt exspect it to work... Lone behold works fine 64 gig and still running... Not the fsstest card but its ok...and copies all my movies...
Asus infinity.. Samsung 7.7.. Galaxy s3...
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