A wifi sd card is a type of memory card that allows the user to connect to a wireless network in order to transfer data. These cards are often used in digital cameras and other devices that require a high degree of data transfer speed.
Take better pictures and Full HD videos with your compact to mid-range point-and-shoot cameras and camcorders. With SanDisk Ultra UHS-I cards, you’ll benefit from faster downloads, high capacity and better performance to capture and store 128GB of high-quality pictures and Full HD video.
Take advantage of ultra-fast read speeds of up to 100MB/s to save time moving photos and videos from the card to your computer. SanDisk Ultra UHS-I cards are water-proof, temperature-proof, X-ray proof, shockproof, compatible with SDHC and SDXC digital devices.
Don’t miss the moment SanDisk Ultra cards are fast with exceptional video recording performance to let you capture your memories when they happen. Picture and video – perfect Capture amazing quality pictures and Full HD video with your compact point-and-shoot camera.
Keep shooting Delivers 128GB of storage so you can shoot tons of photos and hours of Full HD video (1080p) without changing the card. Resistant to water, temperature fluctuations, and more SanDisk Ultra SDHC and SDXC UHS-I cards are durability tested to protect your memories from life’s mishaps—waterproof, shockproof, x-ray proof, and temperature-proof.
I bought two of these. I actually use these for computer file storage because they are so compact and are very covert for portable applications. If you think about it, 5 of these stacked up is the equivalent of 5TB but in under the size of a few coins.
It is amazing how far technology has come. The quality is outstanding as usual -no corrupted files, transfers quickly, gets heated when writing very large quantities for a bit of time, but I rarely do that so not an issue.
They do seem to keep cool enough to maintain the higher speed so that is good. Remember, to get the best speeds, you need the right readers, usb cables, and ports. This all works together. I have used the 256gb, 512gb, and now 1tb sizes of these and so to extrapolate to past ones I have purchased, again, never had issues.
When these are on sale, the price is fair. I use my old ones in cameras now and they record 4k video with ease. Can’t wait for 2TB haha, or at least 2TB in an SD card since technically it would fit.
Card was recognized as 1TB but no data could be written to it, nor would it format in Windows, Mac or any of my devices. Windows would give an error indicating the card could not be formatted. Trying the SD Formatter utility, the Format would seem to succeed, but If I tried to write a file to it later, the file would seem to be written – however if I ejected and then re-inserted the card, the file would not be there.
Eventually, an error would be shown. MacOS would actually hang during the formatting process, requiring a reboot. My Steam Deck would get stuck on rescuing followed by an error. Trying the KDE Partition Manager in desktop mode, I would get errors as well saying the device was busy.
My Switch simply indicated that the card could not be used. I have another SanDisk card that had no issues. SanDisk needs to actually test their cards before shipping them out, especially for expensive 1TB cards.
I recently went on a 2 week 2147 mile road trip. We started in Brooklyn to the Blue Ridge Mountains where we visited one of the caverns. From there we did 35 miles of the Skyline Drive. Then we headed to Atlanta to visit my older brother.
All along that part of the trip I was shooting like crazy. In Atlanta we did the Museums, the Aquarium and Ante Belem homes. MORE PHOTOS. Next stop was Charleston S. C. with two days of bus tours and many many more shots with the 750.
Finally we ended up in D. C. on Memorial Day and went to see the Viet Nam Memorial and listen to the speeches by retired Generals and Members of the various services (I’m from a military family going back at least 5 generations that we can trace).
I used up half the space on that chip without blinking an eye. When I got home and downloaded everything I was amazed at how great my shots turned out. Both the RAW and 16mp ones. SanDisk Extreme Pro is the one that works.
With Class 10 and UHS Speed Class 3 (U3) 4 video ratings you’ll be ready to capture 4K Ultra HD, cinema quality 3D and Full HD5 video (1080p), which require more performance than ordinary cards can handle.
This memory card’s accelerated minimum sustained write speeds ensure no video data is lost during recording, by reducing dropouts and stuttering. Thanks to its advanced error correction code engine, the SanDisk Extreme SDHC and SDXC UHS-I card reduces the chance for error during data storage and retrieval.
Prevents potential data corruption, providing high data integrity.
Ever since I got into digital photography almost 20 years ago, I have generally been a practitioner of the one big card approach to memory, as opposed to multiple smaller ones. From a dollar-per-GB perspective, it’s obviously more cost effective.
But when I recently got my 60MP Leica M11, I decided to try something different. Rather than get a huge SD card for the equally massive DNR files of the M11 (approx. 70-80MB each, so far), I decided to buy a 3-pack of these 32GB cards.
If anything ever were to go wrong – even though I’ve never had a SanDisk card fail – with a few smaller cards, I’d only lose some of my photos, rather than all of them. Plus, the M11 doesn’t do video, so I have even less need for gigantic capacities.
At blazing UHS-II speeds, uploading to my MacBook Pro has never been faster. Accelerating the workflow at the front end means less time waiting, which in the old days was the bane of my post-processing life! Speed and reliability is all anyone can require from their memory cards, and that’s what SanDisk has always provided.
I’ve bought SanDisk cards for many many years. They are my first choice in cards every time. I went back and forth between the 128 GB and the 64GB version since these cards are not cheep. I got two of them so I can shoot video with a backup card.
I decided to go for the bigger cards just to have the extra room. Last thing I want is to run out of space while on a video shoot. I also went back and forth on the idea of getting two 64 GB instead of one 128 GB card in case something happens to the card.
With my cards I use for photo I work with 32 GB cards and can swap out cards with no problem on a shoot and stay away from bigger cards just incase they go bad on a shoot. I thought it would be harder to switch over in the middle of a video shoot if I ran out of room on a card in the middle of a long performance or conference.
These cards get me plenty of room (Aprox. 2. 5 hrs on 10 BIT 4:2:2 XAVC S 4K).
This card will stop recording with very high storage recording types. I have 2 of the 128 GB 300 MB/s SanDisk Extreme PRO SD cards and they are tanks. Never stops recording, but for some reason with this 256 GB one, it does.
Not sure if I got a bad card or if it has something to do with the storage capacity. This happens with my Canon C70 when shooting at XF AVC, 4K, 120 FPS, and Clog2. If I am not shooting in S&F mode and just shooting at normal mode, it works well.
So I will be keeping this, but will be using my 128 GB cards for slow mo footage and using this for talking heads.
Maximize your Wyze Cam’s potential with continuous recording and time-lapse video. Media Storage: 2,880 minutes (48-hours) of HD video, 10,080-minutes (168-hours) of SD video, and 4,200 16MP photos. Works with other non-Wyze branded devices.
I’ve been playing with this for a couple of days. Setup instructions and troubleshooting stink. It’s doesn’t work like the other Wyze cameras. I now have to buy an SD card. The other cameras record to the cloud.
Also, this site doesn’t allow users to buy additional power banks. I would buy a second one, so that I always have one ready. Using this to track my mother’s small colony of feral cats.
I’ve had my cameras a couple years so I bought two cards, and signed up for Plus, but when I got them one of the cameras the card wouldn’t fit in? It wasn’t the card because it fit in something else I have just fine so it was the camera? I guess I had a bad camera all this time, it’ll record the 12 seconds but no longer so I had to cancel my two camera subscription and make it just a one camera subscription? I would suggest if you buy the cameras to check and make sure the cards will fit and work in the slots even if you don’t sign up for plus right away? But I like my cameras and wood would recommend.
Seems to be working fine. However, the cameras tend to think the amount of memory is not enough to handle the estimated recording amount when setting the recording schedule, even though the estimate is only about half the total memory.
Seems like it could be an update for a later firmware version. It still records to it so it’s working as expected.
Capture all the best moments with Gigastone 4K Camera Pro series micro SD card. The high-performance memory card is designed with fast data transfer speed up to 90MB/s enables users unrestrictedly saving their precious experiences.
Feel confident to capture, store and transfer 4K UHD videos, photos, music and other large files effortlessly. Your memories and adventures are irreplaceable, and now unforgettable.
These are slightly more expensive than the very cheapest but well worth the extra couple bucks. I use drones and ip cameras, I haven’t had even 1 of these fail me. the cheaper brands fail within a year or so.
They come in all speeds and number of gigs so it’s easy to find one that meets your particular requirements.
With the Slim SD/Wi-Fi SD to CompactFlash Type 1 Memory Card Adapter from DigiGear you can store content to SDXC, SDHC, and SD memory cards in capacities up to 2 TB. Insert Class 10, UHS-I, or UHS-II type memory cards into this adapter for fast, efficient data transfers.
This CompactFlash adapter even features reduced shielding to accommodate Wi-Fi enabled SD cards. Offloading your content has also been simplified as the adapter comes compatible with Windows, Mac, and Linux operating systems.
There is a theoretical performance limit on 25 MB/s.
Hi I bought this to save money on an older camera. the camera turned out to be broken, but we have confirmed this adapter does work. I cannot speak for ease of use or longevity because we have no use for it with our current newer style camera but they are worth a try and can save you some money on memory cards.
This works perfect for my application. I had two Nikon D200’s and wanted to get away from the CF cards. This was the solution. Now I can use an SD card, and not have to worry about a card reader. I can carry more SD cards without taking up extra space.
The cost and availability of an SD card is one of the best reasons for purchasing this adapter. It just makes using the Nikon D200 much better. I love the camera and wanted to continue using it, this just added new life to it by simplifying things.
I ordered (2), one for each camera, then added (2) 32gb SD cards to the mix. For me it works great!.
Insert the media card into this adapter then insert the adapter to the CF socket of the device; To extract the inserted media card , please directly pull the card out; Be noted that to use the WIFISD on CF supported camera, the time of the “Auto power off”setting should be properly adjusted to give WIFI SD enough time to finish the WIFI transfer.
p Features: – Support: for SD SDHC SDXC MMC br / Interface: CF Type I br / Support SD3. 0 and Windows exFAT file system br / Supports CF true IDE mode/memory mode/ IO mode br / A high-speed CF card interface, ensure the speed with almost no loss br / Support capacity: 8MB ~ 128GB br / Support System: Windows 2000 / XP / VISTA / 8 / 10 /MAC 10.
4 above br / Dimensions: 36 × 43 × 3. 3mm – Package included: – 1 × SD To CF Type I Card Adapter (SD card is not included) /p.
I recieved this last friday. Was doing well, transfered at higher speeds and was exactly what I was looking for. If you are looking for a product for a older canon camera, couldnt recommend this anymore.
Only down side which i dont want you to be discouraged by because this may be a manufacturing error- the cf card did die on me today so that was about 3 days of fun and what I needed it for. Im sure it is probably just a lemon product but will be buying another next friday to test that again!.
I was a bit sceptical how well this SD card adaptor would work but I shouldn’t have been worried. I have a bucket load of reasonably fast SD cards but needed a CF card for a second-hand dSLR camera and this worked a treat.
Great value and even if you have to buy SD cards, still comes out cheaper than CF cards. I use an existing CF card reader and prefer to go that route than take the SD card out each time. Great product, fantastic value.
It arrived fine, ok quality for an adapter. But it doesnt work. I’m not sure why, I’ve used several different SD cards, as well as trying different cameras (I have proper CF cards for them, just wanted to get something with more storage for cheaper.
) Keeps saying that something is wrong. it’s also very hard to get the SD cards back out again. I get that it needs to be a tight fit for best performance but it should not take a pair of pliers to get it out.
Designed for reliable always-on and long-lasting use in security cameras, dash cams, and body cams, the 64GB PRO Endurance UHS-I microSDXC Memory Card from Samsung delivers sustained performance for smooth, high-resolution recording and playback, while also safeguarding critical data for business owners and consumers.
This SDXC card has a capacity of 64GB, has an endurance rating of up to 35,040 hours, and takes advantage of the UHS-I bus to support sequential read speeds of up to 100 MB/s and sequential write speeds of up to 30 MB/s.
Thanks to its V10 / U1 / Class 10 rating, write speeds are guaranteed not to drop below 10 MB/s. It is also resistant to magnets, X-rays, water, drops, and wear, and can withstand operating temperatures from -13 to 185°.
Included is microSD to SD adapter, allowing this card to be used in full-sized SD devices.
IšverstiShow in original languageThis card is an overall, dependable memory card. The amount of space offered has been ideal for my home camera that I used to take semi-professional photographs of family, friends, & the outdoors.
It has made it easier to inspect photos/videos taken by my home surveillance cameras also. It provides very clear images. I’ve had zero issues with this memory card so far. I would definitely recommend it to anyone that is looking for a memory card for there home surveillance, especially if they plan on being away from home for a long time, the storage hours are amazing!! I would definitely recommend for any professional photographers as well, or anyone that loves holding onto family memories (such as myself) this is definitely the ideal memory card for you! I have over 60k family pictures saved, I plan on purchasing extras for my surveillance cameras!!.
Fast for better pictures app performance and Full HD video The SanDisk Ultra microSD UHS-I card gives you the freedom to shoot save and share more than ever before. With capacities up to 1TB our SanDisk Ultra microSD card has room for even more hours of Full HD video and delivers transfer speeds of up to 120MB/s to help you move that content fast.
Ideal for Android smartphones and tablets the card loads apps faster with A1-rated performance. Ideal for Android Smartphones and Tablets SanDisk cards are compatible with Android smartphones and tablets.
Capture and Store Even More Hours of Full HD Video With capacities of up to 1TB you can store even more hours of Full HD video on the card and still have room for the videos photos music movies and other files you want to shoot save and share.
Transfer Speeds of up to 120MB/s Blazing transfer speeds mean that your content moves fast letting you move up to 1000 photos in a minute [32GB-1TB]. Load Apps Faster with A1-rated performance Rated A1 the SanDisk Ultra microSD card is optimized for apps delivering faster app launch and performance that provides a better smartphone experience.
SanDisk Memory ZoneTM App for Easy File Management Available from the Google Play store the SanDisk Memory Zone app lets you view access and back up your phone’s files in one location. It can also automatically move files from your device to your memory card to free up space.
Compatible with MobileMate USB 3. 0 Reader Use with the MobileMate USB 3. 0 microSD card reader so you can move big files fast move a lot of files fast or just make frequent file transfers that much quicker.
TEST YOUR CARD BEFORE REVIEWING IT! You can’t judge a card based on its label and the fact that it can store SOME data. Cards are sold every day with a falsified format that make them appear to have a lot more storage capacity than they actually have.
I bought 3 of these 256 GB “SanDisk” cards at the same time. I opened one package and tested it with a well-known and trusted tool called “f3”. You run f3write to fill the card with data, and f3read to check that the data were properly written.
The first card failed in a way that suggests this is a 32 GB card that has been (intentionally?) malformatted as 256 GB. I opened the 2nd package and tested the card the same way, with the same result.
I then took a 256 GB card I had previously purchased elsewhere, and ran the same test on it, using the same tools and the same computer — it checked out perfectly. The most charitable thing I can say is that it might be remotely possible this seller doesn’t know they are buying from a “shady” supplier.
This is not a SanDisk problem. I have perfectly good cards from SanDisk. These are probably not SanDisk cards, or they may be SanDisk cards that have been relabeled and repackaged.
I received the item, and it appears to be a legitimate, brand-new SanDisk SD card (the packaging is identical to their usual products). I tested the item from day one after receiving it, but, after three reformats with different file systems and done with different devices, I couldn’t get this SD card to work.
However, the seller was excellent. They honored a completely frictionless refund, and were very responsive to my inquiries. This rating is more for the seller than the product, which I’m mixed on recommending.
On the one hand, I understand that electronics do occasionally fail, so maybe I got a lemon. On the other hand, this price feels too good to be true. I got mine (a 512 GB SD card) for about $40, and, as of this writing, it’s available for less than $30.
That’s less than half of what you’d pay anywhere else, even online (Black Friday deals and similar aside). I guess buy at your own risk, but at least, if you go with this seller, they’ll take care of you if you do have problems.
This review is specific to B&H Photo. I almost bought a Nintendo-branded SD card for a fairly noticeable markup before I did my reading and settled on this. TL;DR this card is probably good enough for your Nintendo Switch (though some may enjoy the upgrade pick of the SanDisk Extreme tier).
From what I can see, storage media fraud (e. g. bogus SD cards that actually only contain a fraction of their stated capacity) is on the rise at several outlets, which is why it’s important for me to specify that this review is also a vote of confidence for B&H.
By selling the card directly to me (and not acting as an intermediary for a third-party seller), B&H has skin in the game, and gives me added peace of mind that they stand by what they sold. It’s a bit sad that I have to say this, but the card I received was (happily) exactly what it said on the tin – a card with 512 GB (~477 GiB) that gladly ingested its full capacity at an acceptable speed.
I do not notice any performance difference when playing games on my Switch, but I was buying this for the space, not for the blazing read speed.
Although it is not made for backing up specifically, theres no easier faster way to backup as cards into ssd or hdds. One button operation, totally worth it. The other stuff (like wireless extender or media drive capabilities) is just a bonus to me.
Just set it up, 10 mins, and you’re on your way. The app is a little sluggish but you learn to work with it. In the short time I’ve had it I’ve transferred over 500 GB’s of files, videos, pictures, music, and so on.
I have even access my files through the Roku device. The battery gets you up to 8 hours of usage.
The SanDisc Ultra microSDXC Class 10 memory card provides big performance and even bigger storage. With capacity of 128GB, it can store thousands of photographs and hours of HD videos without having you to delete any older files.
Class 10 performance ensures that you get read/write speeds of up to 30Mbps that allows easy transfer of data from one device to another without having to wait for long. Universal Compatibility This memory can be easily used with any type of Android smartphones or tablets to provide additional storage and take the load off the internal memory of the device.
Apart from saving photos and videos, it can also store games and applications and its Class 10 performance ensures that you are able to use them seamlessly without facing any lag. An SD adapter is also provided along with the memory card so that it can be used with digital cameras and camcorders as well.
Durability at its best This Class 10 memory card from SanDisc is highly durable and is resistant to water and temperature changes. The memory card is also x-ray proof which increases its scope of usability and resistance to magnetic fields and physical shocks add to its durability.
Easy Back-Up SanDisc provides an application, SanDisc Memory Zone app that can be downloaded from Google Play Store. This app lets you view and access all the contents of the memory card and take back up of the required.
It also gives you the provision of setting off-loading of files automatically from the internal memory of your smartphone so that it can perform at par to its potential.
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Works perfectly in my Samsung A51. In researching which card to buy I decided I wanted a top performing card that will hopefully last a couple of phones which is what Ive done in the past. So I wanted a card with A2 functionalityfor running apps off the card and I decided on buying at least 128GB for the extra storage capacity and the better speeds that come with the larger sized Extreme cardsIm not positive now but I think it was the 128GB and up had better speed ratings than the 32 and 64GB cards.
I purchased the 256GB SanDisk Extreme PLUS because it was the best value at the timeit was on sale. I ordered online and BestBuy shipped to my house. It arrived a few days ahead of the expected delivery date.
I first put this into my laptop to transfer several gigs of music, movies, and pictures onto itusing the included SD card adapter. I then installed it into my phone and moved all my documents, images, videos, and audio to this card combining the new stuff from my laptop with that from my phone.
I set it to be the default location for all the file types mentioned, so now, any new stuff goes right to the microsdxc card. I have not installed or used any of the apps offered by SanDisk. I have not performed any bench tests but I dont notice any discernable lag or delays in accessing the data compared to my internal memorywhich is test enough for my needs.
Ive yet to install or move apps to the microsdxc card. But the card has been installed for almost 2 months and now that my confidence in this product has been confirmed, I plan to move a few less often used apps to it as well.
Nikon list my D7000 as being completely compatible with this SDXC card and of course, it worked immediately from the pack. The massive 64gb only a couple of bigger SD cards exist, both 128gb and disproportionally more costly gives me Nikon D7000 16.
2MP 1600 RAWbasic jpegs my standard shoot 1500 RAWnormal jpeg 1400 RAWfine jpeg 1700 RAWs 6400 fine jpegs 12800 normal jpegs 25600 basic jpegs. As Im sure you know, cameras only show available picture number individually below 1000, so above are approximate.
Its also marked as a 10, denoting full highdef video usage. Theres a slight compromise over the bit more expensive 45mbs Extreme 64gb, this being a lesser Ultra and only 30mbs. Ive been using daily 20mbs Lexar pro 32gb cards in the D7000 up to now and these have been fine for general photography even short bursts of RAWjpeg on highcontinuous drive AND hidef video without hitches or buffering, so the speed of this Sandisk should be fine.
For sports or action enthusiasts or pros, then you should be looking at the top 95mbs cards. I have a 16gb Sandisk pro, for this type of work. Ive had my complete fill with memory cards now, going out with a bang with the biggest one Im likely to ever own rather a satisfying feeling.
I got this on sale for a fantastic price to hard to pass up. Such a great deal, I had to buy two of them. Performance is what you expect from Sandisk Extreme Plus UHS1 cards. Fast, solid, reliable. I only have a USB 3.
0 memory card reader, so I was not able to verify the claims of 170MBs seq reads but I did see 90MBs seq read and 80MBs writes on CrystalMark. This is a USB 3. 0 limitation and not the cards fault. As it is, there is not much point to getting faster on a UHS1 card anyway.
I suspect these are the fastest we will ever see in a UHS1, with UHS2 eventually taking over. These are compatible with everything I have tried, including my Gopro Hero 5 Black and Hero 7 Black. Tested 100.
With max settings, I have 4h17m and 3h14 capacity in each camera respectively, which is great. Being that batteries only last a little over an hour, this is easily enough for 34 batteries worth before I would need to swap the card.
Overall, very happy with this purchase on the deal price. I got these for what you would usually pay for low quality 128GB cards. No brainer. If these go on that deal again, I might just have to pick up couple more.
Designed for dash cams and home monitoring systems, the 64GB High Endurance UHS-I microSDXC Memory Card from SanDisk has an operational life of up to 5000 hours of recording time. It can capture 4K and Full HD video, has a storage capacity of 64GB, is compatible with the UHS-I bus, and features a speed class rating of V30, which guarantees that write speeds will not drop below 30 MB/s.
If your device does not support the V30 standard, this card also supports the U3 standard, which also guarantees minimum write speeds of 30 MB/s. Read speeds are supported up to 100 MB/s and write speeds max out at 40 MB/s.
As with most SanDisk media, this memory card is shockproof, X-ray proof, and waterproof, while also being able to withstand extreme temperatures. Should the card’s data become compromised, you also benefit from the option to download RescuePRO Deluxe software, which comes with a 1-year license.
Additionally, included is a microSD to SD adapter with a write protect switch, allowing this card to be used in SD-compatible devices. The card life of 5000 hours is based off of recording Full HD video at 26 Mb/s to one device.
My previous SanDisk High Endurance (128GB) lasted about two years in my dash cam recording 4K front and 1080p rear, both at a very high bit rate. It started to have hiccups which I still cannot narrow down to dash cam or card.
I reflashed firmware to the camera and that seemed to fix the issue even with the old card installed, but I thought after two years it was time to retire the card out of an abundance of caution. (I always planned to replace the card every year anyway as I used to.
I can always use them in my DSLR or Raspberry Pis after I retire them and it’s cheap insurance for a dash cam that I need to work. but when I didn’t drive for most of 2020 due to COVID I decided to get lazy with the plan.
) Anyone who’s read reviews of other sellers knows fakes can be an issue so I don’t take chances and use Best Buy for items like this. Still, I always test the item. This is genuine, and it is fast. Benchmarks attached, this was plugged in through an Anker USB-C hub that has a built in micro SDXC reader.
The card likely would be faster through a San Disk/WD reader since read and write aren’t likely really that close (which suggests the hub is the limiting factor here), but this was good enough to confirm for me that it’s genuine and is plenty fast enough to record two high bit-rate camera feeds.
Replacement every year is probably overkill, depending on your use case. I won’t get lazy with my routine again, though. Good cards are worth the price if you ever do need evidence after a crash (I’ve been there, believe me).
My use for this card is for a Raspberry Pi that runs Pi-Hole, Unbound, and PiVPN. The capacity is perhaps too large for my use case, but I was interested in speed, reliability, and longevity. Only time will tell, but the card works flawlessly so far.
One issue for the card was it was the capacity was slightly smaller than my Samsung microSDHC card it was replacing and therefore I couldn’t clone that card to this one. After price matching everyone’s favorite online retailer, the value was there.
The plus with ordering with Best Buy is being able to use any accumulated rewards and peace of mind that the item is genuine. The only issue I had with the item was the shipping. The item itself is very small but it was packaged in a ridiculously large flat cardboard “envelope”.
It almost seemed like it was just a flat piece of cardboard with nothing inside. This may or may not have something to do with the USPS mishandling it. It shipped to my local USPS from Los Angeles, then OUT to Denver, then back to Los Angeles, then finally back to my local USPS resulting in the item taking a few days longer to arrive.
This review is for the model Sandisk High Endurance 256 GB V30 MicroSD. I tested the card and got 97 MB/s read and 59 MB/s write speeds which are great for a V30 card. My High Endurance cards have yet to fail, even though some are 5-6 years old.
I buy extras and swap them out on 4 month intervals, to give the cards a rest. I use this in a Garmin GPS Dashcam and Sandisk branded cards seem friendly with Garmin hardware, I have used brands other than Sandisk and Samsung and not always had results.
Evidently constant writing to the card is a taxing task. The cards hold up well.
The Toshiba 32GB FlashAir III Wireless SDHC Memory Card makes software drivers cables and removing your SD card a thing of the past. Its wireless connectivity means you can share your pictures with your friends transfer data between your devices and even upload to your social media accounts without touching your camera.
This is a good product but to get the best from it you need a bit of computer knowledge or help from someone who does. I got it working well and exactly how I wanted it to work. It took a bit of research and trial and error though.
Possibly not for the novice. There is software available from the Toshiba website for the novice to set the card up though. This still requires a bit of understanding of what you want to achieve and how your network works.
I was going to use it conjunction with my older Nikon Coolpix 880 digital camera through a compact flash adapter card. The firmware though in the Coolpix 880 is not up to using the compact flash adapter though.
The flashair is working well though in my CPAP machine. I can download the data daily for analysis without the wear and tear of constantly removing and reinserting an the card. It is working reliably and I have set it up to connect to my home network.
Through windows I have mapped it as a network drive to access the data. Very happy with my purchase and the card.
Unlike the EyeFi cards, the FlashAir cards act more like an integrated FTP server. There is no bulky app that you need to install to your phone, which is a plus, but the drawbacks are overwhelming. My biggest complaint about this is that the wireless signal is finicky.
Sometimes the network connection just doesn’t show up and when it does it’s not around for long. I had to make several settings changes to my camera because when the card is not being powered, you have no wireless signal and disconnect while you’re browsing your pictures on your mobile device.
The software that displays the images is terrible as well. I have this in a Nikon D3200 and with high resolution pictures, you can only preview JPEG thumbnails or zoom in to a ridiculously large format.
There is no option to just fit the image to your phone’s screen. I would rather have the bulky app to just receive the picture every time. This seems to be targeted towards DSLR users, so why would you not be able to preview raw images.
If you want a wireless SD get the EyeFi, otherwise just pay half the price for a larger regular SD card.
I just ordered the new Toshiba FlashAir updated W-03 wireless SD memory card, and while I love the concept and it does indeed work, it was difficult to get it to become operational because the programmers at Toshiba have no concept of what “USER FRIENDLY” really means! First off, though it is a Toshiba product, they sold the operational software to GOOGLE PLAY and if you want to use a portable tablet like most photographers will, the software download is NOT available from Toshiba and is NOT available through a normal internet search! You have to go to GOOGLE PLAY to download it, which means you have to sign up for one of Google Play’s silly accounts even if you don’t want to, although the download is free.
The nuisance level though is high, and it’s kind of like you buying a new Chevrolet, but damn you have to go to the Ford dealer to get a set of keys to be able to make it work! What Toshiba was thinking, I’ll never know! ALSO, and this is VERY important, NOWHERE in the instructions does it give you their out-of-the-box secret code to allow your camera to ‘talk’ to the SD card! It took me two calls to their tech enter before the guy told me, hey, we’ve a secret code so that on startup it will work for you! And why, I would like to ask, couldn’t they put that in the instructions??? Hmmmmm! Anyway, I do recommend it, but just be aware it can be a pain to get it functioning! PLUS one more thing, my SD transmits photos from my Canon DSLR to my notebook, but they do NOT appear to be ‘saved’.
as soon as I break the wi-fi connection out in the field while taking pictures, my image files in my tablet disappear! This might be something that I am doing wrong, but even so, I recommend you get the bugs out of yours before you try any heavy duty photo sessions that may end in a disaster.
just giving you a heads up based on my experience!.
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Now that summer is in full swing and we are able to travel freely without restrictions for the summer, my family is taking full advantage of the nice weather and making memories to make up for the past two years of COVID.
We are filling our calendars with gatherings with friends, day trips, weekend getaways and time spent together hanging out relaxing in the backyard. And to capture all these memories, I make sure to have my camera ready and have my SanDisk 32GB ImageMate SDHC UHS-1 Memory Card in it, so that I know with each photo I take, it will be high quality and be ready for a quick transfer to my computer when the end of summer comes and I am ready to make holiday cards and memory books our our summer adventures.
What I love so much about the SanDisk 32GB ImageMate SDHC UHS-1 memory card is that it offers super fast read speeds of up to 120 MB/s for quick transfers to my computer of all the photos and videos I capture.
It is also waterproof, so if it is hot or accidentally gets near spilled water, I don’t have to worry about it breaking. And, if you are traveling and going through security checks at airports, you don’t have to worry about the x-ray machines breaking or erasing the memory card, as it is X-ray and shockproof.
Oh, and it also comes with a 10 year warranty, too! If you love taking photos or capturing videos of your family and are always with a camera or digital device, then you will want to make sure you have this memory card loaded and ready to offer extra storage space for your highly quality images and videos, and then be ready for quick transfer speeds.
I recommend both the microSD card and the adapter with the catch that the card has to be firmly pressed into the adapter. It might look and feel like you have it in there all the way, but if it doesn’t show up on your pc then you have to be more firm with it.
At least that was my experience and why I’m only give 4 stars. Still better in many ways than my other adapters, but not 5 stars better. The card is as fast as it claims and has the all-important notch required for easily removing it from a lot of adapters, so we’re all good there.
The problem is with the adapter I couldn’t feel the difference between not far enough and just right. I didn’t feel the card move that important. 01 mm. I love the shape of it. I love that it is clear which side is up to at least give you a chance at inserting it correctly into the USB port on the first try.
I love that it is really easy to grip for removing the adapter from an especially tight USB port. I love these things because so many other adapters I’ve tried have been frustrating to deal with. Because of that, this will likely be my go-to adapter.
Card works, links to WiFi with no issues. Transfer speeds are slow but this might be due to low WiFi signal (I do not expect very high sensitivity of the mini antenna within the card). What is really bad is the software called “FlashAir utility” for re-formatting the card.
Very unreliable and bad implementation. It is a shame Toshiba ever approved to launch such a lame software. Latest version of this utility never formatted the SD, I had to use an older version but it too was very unreliable.
Took many attempts before at least once successfully implemented full re-format and initialisation of the WiFi card. It is not a process at will, it is more like a gamble. You never know when and if at all you will succeed with formatting.
Had a few issues initially setting this up, however, that just turned out to be the SD to USB convertor I was using. So I plugged this SD card into a laptop and the configuration went smoothly. I have now had two of these SD Cards running in a Nikon Camera and a Delta 3D Printer for a couple of weeks now and yes, they can be just as fiddly as any other WiFi device, but once they get signal they work flawlessly.
You can even customise the configurations as opposed to utilising Toshiba’s software and I now have these both mapped as network drives on my Windows PC’s. Again, they work flawlessly. WiFi transfer can be relatively slow, but it’s the convenience that wins at the end of the day.
This item will not work. The instructions are difficult to use. The link provided in the instructions to obtain the software is incorrect. I did eventually obtain the correct link by other means. The download is very difficult to use.
When I did obtain the download it could not identify the flash card. I then took it to a computer expert. He could not get it to identify the flash card. I eventually tried to get it to work on a replacement computer.
All to no avail. It is clear that I do not have the skill or expertise to get this item to work.
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With these I doubled the chip size from what I had before. I also trust SanDisk more and have had good luck with the brand over the years. I did the research for a faster than I had before chip just in case it was needed.
B&H has a wealth of information and reviews so it is easier to make the final choice at a good price. I have to admit that I spend more time thinking about the camera, the settings, and the lighting than I do the chips.
But I did want memory cards that wouldn’t require me to think or worry about that part.
*I rented a few things and left a few reviews I get a little nervous when renting gear. For one this company is in Tennessee and I’m in Jersey so wasn’t sure about shipping time, quality of gear, etc.
Not that it had to be, but the equipment was brand new! Came in a hard box, which I really appreciated for the return shipment didnt have to worry about breaking, and came a day early ensuring I had what I needed.
We had one interaction through email and they were so quick to respond. They make sure you have tape (they actually give you packing tape!!!) the box and return label so literally I just had to drop it off.
I really don’t have enough amazing things to say about them. I will only be using Lensrentals in the future and look forward to being their life long customer. And they gave me $25 towards my next rental.
Like come on, we get it you are too good to be true! Lol but seriously, great experience.
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Sempre pronta all’uso Con una potenza di registrazione fino a 20. 000 ore, con la scheda MicroSD di SanDisk per registrazioni video di lunga durata potrete essere certi che al vostro sistema di sorveglianza o di sicurezza domestico o alla vostra telecamera Dash non sfuggirà nulla.
Anche in caso di sovrascrittura multipla, potete contare sull’affidabilità di questa scheda. Questa affidabilità non è casuale: la scheda resiste a freddo e calore estremi ed è resistente agli urti, all’acqua e ai raggi X.
2. Con le classificazioni delle prestazioni di classe 10, U3 e V30 è abbastanza veloce per salvare i video in Full HD o 4K. La scheda è disponibile con un massimo di 256 GB6 e raggiunge velocità di lettura fino a 100 MB/s per trasferimenti dati rapidi.
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I am not new to eye-fi, I have the eye-fi X2 card, which is excellent. I have been using the X2 for a number of years, having all my photos transfer straight to my desktop PC whilst I was taking the photos.
So by the time I had finished the photo session all the photos were already on my PC, ready to work with. But recently eye-fi announced the end of life for the X2, with no further support or updates.
Though the good news is, they provided a new piece of software so that X2 cards can continue to work, which is great. I continued to use my X2 until I got a new camera recently. Sadly, for some reason my new camera would not recognise my X2 card, so was unable to use it.
Thus I decided to get the eye-fi mobi, thinking that it would be on par with the X2, if not better. oh how wrong I was. The X2 would easily and automatically transfer all my photos and videos whilst I was taking them, which is a big selling point for me.
(my new camera has wifi, but it will not transfer photos whilst they are being taken, it is also not automatic, you have to manually switch it the camera to wifi and tell it to transfer the photos to the PC, it then takes several hours to transfer them, usually the cameras battery has run out before all the photos and videos have been transferred.
This is a similar issue with another wifi card which I had tried previously,it was not automatic, you had to manually tell it to transfer, and it would not transfer whilst you were taking the pictures.
If I am going to have to do it manually every time after I have finished taking all the photos and videos, I may aswell just put the card in a card reader! rendering the wifi pretty much completely useless) So back to the eye-fi.
Having used the X2 which was perfect for my needs I went for the mobi thinking it would be the same or better, but no, this is not the case. Whilst yes the mobi does indeed transfer all photos and videos whilst you are taking them and it is automatic, these are great points, perfect, exactly what I need BUT it will only do it via another wifi device.
The X2 does it wirelessly via the network, so you have to tell the network and the card to communicate with each other and as soon as you have done that, off go your photos and videos being transferred automatically, straight onto the PC.
Even if you are out and about/not near your PC, as soon as you get home, all you have to do is switch your camera on and it will transfer your photos and videos. The mobi does not go via the network, it only uses wifi, here in lies a huge problem for me.
my PC does not have wifi! SoI cannot use the mobi card with my PC. The only way around this is to get a wifi dongle for my PC, which I tried, but it then messes up my network connection with the PC. So in order to get the mobi card to work with my PC, I have to keep putting the wifi dongle into the PC and switch it from network to wifi, then once the photos and videos have transferred, switch back to network and remove the wifi dongle.
If I am having to do this each and every time, again, I may as well just put the card in a card reader. Once again rendering the wifi capabilities of the card, completely and utterly useless to me. So much so that I will be getting rid of the mobi card and I got another X2 instead, despite it’s end of life announcement.
So its value for money, we it would be a good price if it did what I needed it to. But it doesn’t, so I have an expensive piece of plastic. Is it reliable? I do not know, I only used it once in an attempt to set it up on my PC via the wifi dongle, but decided it was just as easy to put the card in a card reader.
So can’t say if it is reliable or not (the X2 is though! cannot fault the X2) Is it fast? I don’t know, for the same reasons mentioned above. (Again the X2 is fast, I only had a class 4 and by the time I had finished taking the photos/finished the photo session, all the photos were on the PC already) Why on earth did eyefi decided to stop doing a wifi card which can be used via the network, to enable them to be used with normal desktop PCs which do not have wifi.
Not everyone works on laptops, tablets and phones, which have wifi capability. Some of us still do use ye ol’ desktop PCs and networks. I am so, so glad the X2 still works. Conclusion: If you want a wifi card that can send your photos and videos to any of your wifi capable devices, then i guess the mobi is suitable.
BUT if you want one that can send them to your non-wireless device, via a network, then go for an X2.
When this works, it is awesome. I needed it to deliver photos from a camera to a Windows 10 Desktop. Unfortunately, the desktop did not have wireless, which is necessary since the card creates a private wifi connection to the computer.
Even if the computer is hardwired into the WiFi router, it will not connect unless its connection is over WiFi. That being said, I used a wireless laptop to connect to the card and mapped the laptop’s folder on the desktop.
I’m still having some permissions issues accessing the files on the desktop but I’m sure it will get resolved. The bottom line Also, I’m not 100% sure the files are showing up on the wireless laptop automatically.
I just started using it a couple days ago and have to play with it more, but the times I saw the transfer occurring was only when I went into the Keenai application to see whether it was being transferred.
At that time, it started transferring. Lastly, it does not work with every camera. I originally had a Kodak F43 camera and it was disabling the connection of the card. I would stick to the popular brands like Sony, Samsung, and Canon and make sure they have the rechargeable batteries not the AA or AAA type.
I purchased this on May 2, 2016 to do portraits for a Mother’s Day event. The following is the experience with the card. When I first tried to use the card, it picked up on my in home internet and worked fine.
I was able to transfer the photos to my ipad. Then, I turned off my home wifi and tried to use the card with no internet connection. It worked for a little while, then stopped. I was very upset so I decided to take my camera, ipad and the card with me to work the next day so that I could have someone at the Eyefi company walk me through the steps to see what I was doing wrong.
On the to work , ( my husband was driving), I decided to try to see if I could make a connection. I turned on the camera, then the ipad, went to my settings, choose the Eyefi card connection, connected, then took a picture.
To my surprise, it worked!. I took several more shots and they all were transferred to my ipad. I was very excited and happy. ( Lesson #1 Learned – in order for this to work, you MUST turn on the CAMERA FIRST, then turn on the ipad.
) So, the day of my event came, I started shooting, and the photos were being transferred very nicely. Then, I had a break between photos. When I started shooting again, the card was disconnected. I had to go back to my settings and choose the eyefi connection to connect the card.
I keep having to do this again and again because the breaks between photos. (Only good thing is that any photos taken will the card is disconnected, will all transfer when the connection is re-established).
At one point it ask me to enter the WiFi code to connect. That was the last straw for me since the code is a bit long and I could not stop to go find the card with the code and then enter the number.
So, in the end, i decided to not use it. Conclusion: This card works well if (1) you make sure to turn on the camera first, then turn on the devise you will be using to transfer the files. (2) Once connected, you will need to keep shooting because the card will disconnect not long after your last shot.
This is where the problem comes in. When it disconnects, you will need to keep reconnecting it. Depending on how long you remain disconnected, you will have to reenter the pass-code to get the card connected again.
When the card works, it is great. It did not fully work for me because of the gaps between shooting time. If you are shooting consistently (i. e high volume photos where there is little gaps between each person being shot, this will work very well for you.
La scheda microSD UHS-I Extreme PLUS di SanDisk ti offre tutta la velocità, capacità, resistenza e qualità di cui hai bisogno per immortalare ogni tua avventura nei minimi dettagli, senza perderne neanche un secondo.
Questa scheda ad alte prestazioni, ora con velocità UHS di classe 3 (U3), funziona a meraviglia con la tua action camera per aiutarti a registrare e condividere video 4K Ultra HD indimenticabili. – HPB12ZM/A.
J’ai toujours eu des appareils photo reflex équipé de carte de cette marque, car c’est un gage de fiabilité et d’efficacité. Je me suis laissé tenté une seule fois d’acheter du premier prix; je l’ai vite regretté car carte non lu, photos illisibles etc.
direction la poubelle. Celle-ci, je l’ai destiné à mon smartphone. Le secret est qu’il faut toujours formater la carte sur l’appareil qui lui est destiné, pas ailleurs. Je n’ai jamais rencontré de problème avec cette marque (rapidité et sécurité).
Sandisk fait parti des quelques rares marques de valeur sure que je recommande fortement, tant au niveau professionnel (usage intensif) qu’amateur.
Cette carte SD est surprenante car sa vitesse dépend vraiment de la qualité du lecteur SD. Je l’ai testé avec des gros et des petits fichiers en même temps sur 6 PC sous windows xp-pro, win7, win 10 l’OS ne change pas grand chose.
Donc si votre lecteur est lent la carte le sera aussi. Par contre si il est rapide là elle sera rapide. Je l’ai mise sur un PC avec un lecteur lent donc.
Trs bonne marque , et trs bon produits. Il est important de bien connaitre l’utilisation laquelle est destin le support. Chaque carte , runi un paramtrage diffrent selon son utilit et utilisation. Amateur photo , je ne m’en sert pas pour la photo , que je prend sur de meilleurs supports , mais comme unit de stockage optionnels.
Cela me permet de dsengorger mon disque dur du pc , de trier mes photos , puis de stocker les images selon un choix pralablement dfini Et pour cela , ils sont excellents , pas trop lent , et financirement trs abordable.
A wifi SD card is a great way to keep your photos and videos safe and secure. By storing them on a card, you can be sure that they will be safe from prying eyes and that they will be accessible from anywhere.