SanDisk Ultra Imaging 64 GB microSDXC Memory Card plus SD Adapter up to 48 MB/s, Class 10
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- Plenty of room for your photos and videos
- Transfer files quickly, with ease
- The SanDisk Ultra offers high video recording performance, letting you shoot Full HD1 videos with both speed and ease
- The SanDisk Ultra microSDHC/microSDXC imaging card is waterproof, temperature proof, X-ray proof and shock proof
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Top Customer Reviews
This just whips along. Image done. Thanks a lot.
Now, I'll leave it to the other reviewers to talk about bandwith, write and read-speeds.
Transferring all of my apps etc from the 8gb card to the phone memory took just minutes and then it was simply a case of transferring it all back to the new card, i now have plenty of storage for photos etc and the phone memory is no longer full which has had a positive effect on the phones performance
this is a great card that performs without problems and i have no hesitation in recommending it
For my needs read speeds are more important than write speeds (the unit reading the map) but write speeds are also important for recording tracks and saving relatively small camera images. For my relatively modest usage (not Full HD 4K recording etc.) it's working perfectly well.
I do archive all my card data onto a computer, as should everyone. If this card fails I will update this review.
This card failed after 2 months of usage with my Raspberry Pi. So, i sent a RMA request to get it replace.
SanDisk will NOT RMA or replace SD cards used in bootable devices.
Image of email received from SanDisk: http://fuzon.co.uk/downloads/Sandisk.png
My post on the Raspberry Pi Forums: https://www.raspberrypi.org/forums/viewtopic.php?f=63&t=111963
>>>>> Original 4 start review below <<<<<
The Raspberry Pi has a limit for Sdcard throughput around 20mb/s for both read and write.
Sandisk Ultra 8gb speeds running on a pi2 (seq):
- Write = 14mb/s
- Read = 18.8mb/s
Samsung Evo 8gb on pi2 (seq):
- Write = 9.1mb/s
- Read = 15.5mb/s
The Sandisk ultra is probably the best card for your Raspberry Pi, unless your willing to spend £15 more on a Sandisk extreme for 4mb/s + write speed.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Got what I ordered, at a reasonable price, delivered quickly. Thank youPublished 1 day ago by Henry winter
Great product at a fair price delivered well within the scheduled time thank you😊Published 4 days ago by barry stephens
Bought from Flash Memo before as they supply this product at a great price and quick delivery .Published 22 days ago by Js68
does the job for photography but I don't know what speed it works at.Published 26 days ago by A. Nicholaou