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Transcend 64GB Class 3 SDXC UHS Memory Card
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Transcend’s SDXC/SDHC UHS-I Speed Class 3 (U3) cards provide the performance and capacity necessary to harness the full power of your UHS-I compliant camera. Capable of reaching incredible read and write speeds of up to 95MB/s and 60MB/s, these cards can easily capture ultra-high quality 4K recording and significantly reduce the time it takes to transfer videos to your computer.
- Supports Ultra High Speed Class 3 specification (U3)
- Smooth Full HD, 3D, and 4K video recording performance
- Improved camera response for fast-action consecutive shooting
- Efficient exFAT file system (SDXC)
Capacity: 64 GB
Colour of product: Black
Depth: 24 mm
Endurance: 10000 cycles per logical sector
Flash card type: SDXC
Flash memory class: Class 10
Height: 2.1 mm
Internal memory type: UHS
Memory voltage: 2.7,3.3,3.6 V
Operating temperature (T-T): -25 - 85 °C
Quantity per pack: 1
Read speed: 95 MB/s
Supported file systems: exFAT
Weight: 2 g
Width: 32 mm
Write protection switch: Y
Write speed: 60 MB/s
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BUT.... don't make the same mistake I did of editing the footage on the card in another device (such as a computer) in the hope of saving disc space when you save to the Hard Drive of your computer. Even if the card works out of the box as mine did, format the card. I found replacing the card back in the GH4 with edited footage cause a "electronic shutter" problem message; the display turning itself on and off every 2-3 seconds that didn't allow me to access the menus to format the card. In the end I deleted all the footage on the card using the computer and then the GH4 seemed to accept the card back to allow formatting. This is more a GH4 issue. To be on the safe side export all to computer and don't mess with the files unless using the camera itself (deleting flies etc). Editing on the card on another device may cause read errors for the GH4.
I got these to use in my Panasonic GH4 as 4K video requires faster write speeds. I've recorded hours of footage now and have had no dropped frames.
I've also use in Nikon D800, D600, D7100 and all with great results and fast buffer write speeds.
At the price I paid ~£27 for 64GB this is great value and no need to worry about running out of space anytime soon.
Bottom line, they work. BUT...
After about a minute or so recording at 4K I got a flashing card symbol on the display which I'm told has something to do with the write status. Left the camera in record mode as a failure test and it stopped after about thirteen minutes, well before the card was full. Recorded video looks and plays fine in Premiere Pro, as do the many shorter duration clips I've recorded.
So, my advice - if you're using for fun/hobby/non mission-critical projects they're worth the money. If on the other hand you need to shoot pro jobs with a zero margin for error, it maybe a better idea to get the new Sandisk card or an external recording solution.
Recorded using this card - http://youtu.be/zQHUI5msASE
**UPDATE** Have bought the new Sandisk Extreme Pro 280mbps card and done a similar failure test. The flashing card symbol also appeared after about a minute although the card recorded perfectly!
Formatted the Transcend card in the GH4 after which it recorded to the full 29'59 limit with no problems. They work...but will they last?!
Works perfectly in a Sony a7s - and haven't had a single read/write error to date on any of the six cards I've used. All are as fast as the day they arrived (which is very -consistently- fast!)
Will update the review as soon as I have one fail!! The one I've owned for the longest is going on 14 months now with heavy use and it's doing just fine so far.
The first time I found out I had a faulty card was during a shoot and resulted in me losing a full days worth of corporate film footage, costing me £500. I am also being refused a refund for the faulty card too, which I find very disheartening.
To sum it up, they're great when they do work, but the fact that there's a risk of getting a bad card means that I can't trust any valuable footage on Transcend cards now. Pay the extra money and buy from a manufacturer you can trust, I'll be sticking with SanDisk in the future.
SanDisk Extreme Pro SDXC UHS-U3 Memory Card
I do have a few, mostly much slower 64gb Sandisks and Lexars but one day I thought I'd try Transcend's 64gb 600x and six months later it hasn't missed a shot as the back up card.
One thing that should be emphasised is that ALL cameras and devices must have the latest available firmware updates installed. This also allows for the widest and latest range and larger capacities of cards to be used. For example, my very old CF using D700 originally could only be used with up to 16gb cards but with the latest firmware, apparently can now accept 64gb. I use 32gb's all the time in it.
I actually purchased this Transcend for a few pounds cheaper elsewhere, so shop around but only from a reputable source, of course.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
After a few months of use it a error message appear when inserted into the camera.Published 9 days ago by T. Bailey
Speedy enough for a Canon 750d. Have now bought a couple. Good read and write speeds.Published 1 month ago by Enodrahcir
I thought that I had ordered a memory card for my Nikon D7100 digital camera .This card is much too large.
I have had no response to my earlier complaint