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Digi-Chip 64GB CLASS 10 SDXC Memory Card
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- High Speed 64GB UHS-1 SDXC Memory Card Class 10
- Made using the highest quality full capacity memory chips.
- Ideal high speed memory card for all SDXC compatible devices.
- Digi-Chip Speed Pro High Speed Series - Up to 80mb/s UHS-1 Speeds
- Lifetime Warranty
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The Digi Chip 64GB SDXC Class 10 memory card is a high speed memory card made using the highest quality Samsung memory chips. These memory cards are ideal for all SDXC compatible digital devices such as cameras and camcorders. They are also UHS-1 spec which stands for Ultra High Speed meaning they are some of the fastest mobile memory cards on the market. Our company Low Price Memory Ltd has been trading online for 8 years and has supplied over 1 million customers in that time with digital memory cards and usb flash drives. Digi-Chip is our own brand and we offer a lifetime warranty on all Digi-Chip products.
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I have been on many photoshoots with the Digi Chip SDXC cards now and I have to say I am absolutely delighted with the quality and performance. As always, I format before every shoot, and after many thousands of shots taken in different climates, for sunrise shoots and general landscape work, the cards have proved reliable, and plenty fast enough for my needs. I have now purchased five more 64GB cards and will be adding more prior to a month long shoot in British Columbia, Canada, and I have no hesitation in recommending them. Each card gives me 803 shots at maximum RAW file size, and I have total confidence in them.
DESPITE STRAIGHT LINES
there is a notice that appears saying due to the card being formatted in another device the card is not suitable be for recording this is weird because it records perfectly well and plays back both still and video on the camera.
Thanks to a review by Scott Manning (on a kingston sdcd card) I found out that the card just needs to be formatted with the camera to do this on a tz60 (THIS WILL DELETE ALL THE DATA ON THE CARD SO BACKUP ANY PHOTOS OR VIDEO YOU WANT TO KEEP BEFORE YOU FORMAT THE CARD) just press play back then press menu/set button enter set up menu scroll to format press menu/set button.
format will start this takes a few seconds.
The main difference between SDXC and SDHC cards is storage and the amount of video recording you can do SDHC can only record about 12mins due to how the formatting (fat 32) file system works but with SDXC you can record longer again due to the formatting(microsoft ?) and at 64gb you can record 29 mins of video or take over 8000 18mp photos
at present I would recommend this card
In short, it's a very quick card for writing which is useful for some aspects of photography where you don't want to be waiting while your camera is still saving the last 40mb RAW file. In my camera I've found that the enhanced speed is replicated well and that the card is up to task.
I have to say, I'm pleasantly surprised and buying another one and can recommend this card. Whether it lasts the test of time is another question, but I've not had a card fail for a few years so it might be a while before I can update the review on it's longevity
Now in January after photographing Christmas and New Year parties, they are still working great!
I'm not sure of their long term viability, but at the price, just that one-off holiday use has more than justified my purchase. I've NO reason to suspect they may fail, just back-up to a computer if in doubt!
"Yer pays yer money and....".
I've tested the card on my mac mini sd slot with blackmagic and it gave me write speed of 35mbps and a read speed of 85 mbps. have a look on qumox sd cards, other reviewers said they have 54 mbps write speed, and its about the same price.f course if you put 10 extra pounds you can get the Transcend ultimate for 25 pounds with at least 60 mbps write speed, and if you don't care about the money get the sandisk extreme pro for 75 £ and get 95mbps.
I'm using my digi chip with a nikon d7100 and due to small buffer speed write speed is important to clear the buffer faster to enable more pictures to be taken. although this sd card is ok for normal shooting will struggle with action shooting.
hope this helps.
Having written this review when I purchased two cards in April 2015, now in November 2015 both cards have failed. These are a very poor purchase, if you value your photos or digital files then look elsewhere.
Aside; their packaging is very frugal - contained in hard plastic protector cases within an envelope. I quite liked this minimilst approach.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Using this in my Golf Mk 7 for all of my music (MP3 and FLAC). Works flawlessly.Published 2 months ago by SteveMK
Great capacity to store a large number of photos had no issues with it and looking back on pics no problemsPublished 10 months ago by Stephen Lambert
Great memory card for new sony camera, works exactly as you would expect.Published 12 months ago by Ruth
Quite fast and works just fine (i bought 4 pcs.).
Only major difference from the big brands, is that i feels a little bit flimsy, but that does not worry me.