SanDisk Ultra 64 GB MicroSDXC UHS-I Memory Card with SD Adapter - Frustration Free Packaging
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Capture, Carry and Keep it All
With up to 200 GB  capacity, the SanDisk Ultra microSDXC card lets you record more than 960 minutes of Full HD video  and 3,600 photos - Android device users can stop worrying about what to keep and what to delete, and just keep shooting.
Durability-Tested to Protect your Memories
Wherever you take your phone or tablet, SanDisk Ultra microSD cards are waterproof, shockproof, x-ray proof and magnet proof .
You’ll never miss a shot because of tough conditions.
Add Extra Flexibility
This memory card comes with a convenient SD card adapter, so you can transfer files onto your computer with ease.
The adapter also allows you to use any device with an SD card slot to capture and access data.
An Easy Way to Manage Memory
The SanDisk Memory Zone app  helps you achieve peak mobile performance by easily managing viewing, accessing and backing up all of the files from the phone’s memory, all from one convenient place. Available on Google Play.
 [8 GB] Up to 48 MB/s read speed; write speed lower. Based on internal testing; performance may be lower depending on host device, interface, usage conditions and other factors. 1 MB=1,000,000 bytes. [16-128 GB] Up to 80 MB/s read speed; write speed lower. Based on internal testing; performance may be lower depending on host device, interface, usage conditions and other factors. 1 MB=1,000,000 bytes. [200 GB] Up to 90 MB/s read speed; write speed lower. Based on internal testing; performance may be lower depending on host device, interface, usage conditions and other factors. 1 MB=1,000,000 bytes.
 Full HD (1920 x 1080) video support may vary based upon host device, file attributes and other factors. See manufacturer’s site.
 1 GB=1,000,000,000 bytes. Actual user storage less.
 Approximations; Results and Full HD (1920 x 1080) video support may vary based on host device, file attributes and other factors.
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I purchased this one as it had the largest capacity that the camera would allow (hardware doesn't support SDXC) and the Class 10 Ultra as its a fast card, whether transferring or watching video playback.
Once you open the packaging (pictures 1 & 2), you find a sealed plastic unit box, with the micro SD card and the Adapter (picture 3).
Why I appreciate buying Sandisk:
- It comes formatted in exFAT, so it's plug and record/play
- Comes with an SD card Adapter
- Constructed to withstand 'shocks', a particularly useful attribute considering its for an action camera
- long and fuss free warranty
I will also add that:
- I have yet to suffer any issues with a Sandisk card
- Sandisk's core business is memory and memory cards
- Great value for money
First, I will check to determine whether my SD card is indeed genuine. To do this :
- Look to ensure that the SD card has both a serial number and the identity of the country of manufacture (in this case, it's on the back of the micro SD card (picture 4)
Next to check the capacity :
- Use a program called "H2testw" (it is free) which confirms that real capacity of the SD card (fake SD cards will have a lower capacity, but overwritten so as to display a significantly higher capacity).Read more ›
This is a relatively inexpensive class 10 microSD card, in laymen's terms this essentially means that this card is perfect for capturing high definition video and handle burst shooting with a camera. Anything lower than a class 10 and it may not be able to cope with the stream of data that your device is trying to write to it.
To help you understand what class 10 actually means; imagine that you have a bucket full of water and a funnel that you want to pour it through. The first funnel is a class 2 funnel and is very narrow, so much so that every time you begin to pour water (data) into it, you have to stop and wait for it to flow through before you can send more or else it will overflow. This is essentially what happens with SD card lower than a class 10 when you try to write large amounts of HD data to it. You then go out and buy yourself a class 10 funnel that is much wider. This funnel you can pour water through without stopping as it can cope much better without overflowing since water is able to flow through in a much larger volume. This is much the same as a class 10 SD card when it comes to processing large amounts of continuous data.
Hopefully this will help you understand why you need a class 10 SD card as opposed to the much cheaper lower class ones when you are using it in a device such as a camera / phone / tablet.
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I've used SanDisk in the past without any issues and they know the criteria for any SD card should be:
A) Big enough for your current storage needs and has additional space for expansion as your data grows.
B) Fast. A slow SD card will just lead to eventual frustration with unreliable transferring and lag when accessing your files.
C) A quality company, if you are spending money on a card, you want to know it's reliable, robust and keeps your data safe. SanDisk doesn't manufacture TV's or PC's. Its core business model is memory. If you want the best that money can buy, stick with the experts.
This Sandisk Card, in my opinion, gets tops marks for fulfilling all of these requirements.
6 Important Tips and Hints:
It comes formatted in exFAT. Do NOT reformat it. Leave it as it is. I know NTFS is supposed to be faster and allows bigger file sizes, I tried to format mine to NTFS and my new android phone didn't recognise it. I put it back into my PC to reformat it again and bizarrely it wouldn't allow me to. ( perhaps some weird driver issue on my machine) Luckily I have another brand new PC that it did allow me to reformat back to exFAT. Just a heads up to avoid unnecessary drama.
2) Creating a Copy Of Your Cloud Files for Offline Use.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Have not used it yet but I have other SanDisk cards and will no doubt perform well.Published 10 hours ago by After buy
I have bought & used Sandisk memory cards before & find them very goodPublished 13 hours ago by pensioner
I usually look at SanDisk products first as I have found them to do what they should. But these days I am also aware of how many fakes there are about. Read morePublished 1 day ago by Blagard
Can't format the card without a 4 digit pin.. This information is nowhere on the packaging. .. This product does not appear on my recently purchased list and I'm having great... Read morePublished 1 day ago by Amazon Customer