SanDisk Ultra 64GB microSDXC UHS-I Ca…


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Joe Turner What can I say - it works like it is supposed to work.

Champy I shoot with 2 hacked Panasonic Lumix GH2's. These are the only cards I've had that will reliably span when a clip reaches the 4GB filesize limit. That is crucial for my business. Great cards.

rnguyen90 I bought this memory card so that I would be able to record videos for a big event. Once I recorded everything, I attempted to transfer all the files through a USB card reader. An error message kept popping up, "Card is not readable on this computer." I plugged it in for both Mac and PCs but neither hardware would accept this memory card. However, I was able to transfer the files by leaving the memory card in my digital camera and connecting the digital camera to my laptop. I used the digital camera's transfer software which extracted the files onto my desktop. I wouldn't recommend this card for a user whose only option is to upload photos via card reader.

Rick600 I bought this memory card so that I would be able to record videos for a big event. Once I recorded everything, I attempted to transfer all the files through a USB card reader. An error message kept popping up, "Card is not readable on this computer." I plugged it in for both Mac and PCs but neither hardware would accept this memory card. However, I was able to transfer the files by leaving the memory card in my digital camera and connecting the digital camera to my laptop. I used the digital camera's transfer software which extracted the files onto my desktop. I wouldn't recommend this card for a user whose only option is to upload photos via card reader.

Photo Buff *Only rated this a 1-star because I could not use it and a rating was required. Otherwise, I would have had to put "N/A" if that would have been a choice.

Bought this because I am constantly taking photos, it was a good buy for the capacity, and it was supposedly faster than the regular SD. However, it did not work in my camera--"Memory Card error". The friendly Staples staff were willing to let me open another one (off the shelf) to try it, but I asked them (when they had mentioned that others sometimes found that it was a capacity issue) to look up my camera's specs (I had brought it to the store with me) to see if the 64GB was the issue...and it was--turns out my camera could only take up to 32GB card. Anyway, they let me return it and I bought two 32GB cards in its place.

WA photobug I was planning an extended photo safari and thought this would be a simple way to store many images. The sale associate mentioned it might not work in an older camera (my digital is about 5 yrs old). I purchased anyway. After ripping the packaging beyond repair, I got the card out and installed in my camera. Immediately the message came up, "unable to use in this device". Hmmm, now what? A friend suggested my computer might be able to read the card, so I tried it. That seems to be satisfactory, so I will keep this product to reverse store/file save photo images I want to keep indefinitely. I just have to remember where I put it as it is very small. Was a little disappointed at the expensive lesson.

If this product is of the same quality as other SanDisk products I've purchased and used, I would have no complaints.

arlenearmy I used this memory card mainly because of 2 reasons

(1) its a class 10, which I believe is the highest quality in these type memory cards; &

(2) its 64gb - which is max. size I can use the Vixia HFM52.



I use my video camera in the field & do not have the time to swaping out memory cards. I did use 32gb card, but again its not large enough because my heavy use of video camera in the field.



Also, I had to purchase 2 of these memory to supplement the 1 I already had. This 64gb card gives me 5 hrs & 54 min of the highest definition that Vixia HFM52 has to offer. So I figure 3 of these cards gives me at 15 hrs. of usage for 1 day of in the field shooting.

Heidi I use the memory for the pictures and videos I take of my stained glass and other items, like my animals, inside my house of the all the rooms I painted. It holds plenty of photos and videos and I do not have to worry about not having enough memory and having to delete something to add more photos or videos. It was easy to install in the camera, no effort whatsoever to do. I have not had any problems with it which is a major plus for me! It is extremely fast to download onto my computer too! I love it for its ease of use and the quality of photos and videos I get from its use.

Me I used this to back up my music files. When my tablet began to run short on storage space, I began looking for an SD card with a good amount of storage space for a reasonable price. This beauty turned up in a Staples weekly ad and I pounced on it. I often use SanDisk products in my computer, my MP3 player and my digital camera. I also have 2 SanDisk MP3 players. All of my experience with the brand has been very positive. The memory cards I have purchased over the years are all still working perfectly, and so are the mp3 players.

rbca You insert this product into any camera that utilizes the SD Card Memory.



This slides in easily and is so durable. It is waterproof, as well as hardy, so I am not afraid that the kids or animals who come in contact with it may mess it up. Also, the big memory space makes it so that I can keep taking pictures until I have time to load it into my computer.



I cannot think of anything that would be a con, but I have only gotten it a for a few weeks, so I am still seeing if it lags, but currently it is running smoothly.



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