SanDisk 32GB Ultra SDHC™ UHS-I Card - SDSDUNC-032G-GN6IN
- Twice as fast1 to take better pictures and Full HD video
- Great choice for compact to mid-range point and shoot camera
- From 8GB to 128GB to store tons of pictures and even more Full HD video
- Exceptional video recording performance with Class 10 rating for Full HD video (1080p)
- Quick transfer speeds up to 80MB/s (16GB-128GB only)
- 10-year warranty
- Water proof, temperature proof, X-ray proof, magnet proof, shock proof
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Twice as fast as ordinary SDHC™ and SDXC™ cards1 to take better pictures and Full HD videos2 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 8GB to 128GB* of high quality pictures and Full HD video. Take advantage of ultra-fast read speeds of up to 80MB/s** to save time moving photos and videos from the card to your computer. SanDisk Ultra UHS-I cards4 are water-proof, temperature proof, X-ray proof, shock proof, compatible with SDHC and SDXC digital devices, and come with a 10-year warranty3
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Designed For Fast Performance
Designed for compact to mid-range point and shoot cameras, the SanDisk Ultra SDHC/SDXC UHS-I card boasts ultra fast transfer speeds of up to 80MB/s , allowing you to transfer files to your computer fast.
Full HD Video
The SanDisk Ultra SDHC/SDXC UHS-I card features video recording performance with Class 10 rating for Full HD video (1080p) , and ultra-fast shot speed, allowing you to capture all your memories in good quality.
Keeping On Shooting
Available in capacities of up to 128GB  you can store tons of pictures and even more Full HD video (1080p) , allowing you to keep on shooting and recording, without worrying about running out of memory.
Better Quality Images
Capture quality pictures and Full HD video  with your compact point-and-shoot camera, whilst also benefiting from ultra-fast shot speed. The SanDisk Ultra SDHC/SDXC UHS-I card allows you to take better quality photos.
Designed To Withstand Harsh Conditions
The SanDisk Ultra SDHC/SDXC UHS-I card is durability tested to protect your memories from life’s mishaps. It's waterproof, shockproof, x-ray proof, and temperature-proof  meaning that you can focus on capturing your memories.
|HD (MP4, MOV, 1280x720 @ 24fps)||80 mins HD video||160 mins HD video||320 mins HD video||640 mins HD video|
|Full HD (MP4, MOV, 1920x1080 @ 24fps)||40 mins Full HD video||80 mins Full HD video||160 mins Full HD video||320 mins Full HD video|
 Up to 80MB/sec read speed; write speed lower. Based on internal testing; performance may be lower depending on host device. 1 MB=1,000,000 bytes.
 Full HD (1920x1080) video support may vary based upon host device, file attributes, and other factors.
 1 GB=1,000,000,000 bytes. Actual user storage less.
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Ultra - write to card: 15 MB/s. Read from card: 80 MB/s
Extreme - write to card: 37 MB/s. Read from card: 78 MB/s
Extreme Pro - write to card: 50 MB/s. Read from card: 83 MB/s.
I tried filming some 4K video on a Panasonic FZ1000, and it works OK on this Ultra card. That particular camera appears to write at about 12 MB/s so there isn't much margin for error.
Shooting stills (Raw + Jpeg - about 30MB in total per image) at 7FPS on a Canon 80D SLR, I got the following:
Ultra - full speed for the first 19 images, then writes one image per 2.1 seconds
Extreme - full speed for the first 22 images, then writes one image per 0.65 seconds
Extreme Pro - full speed for the first 24 images, then writes one image per 0.44 seconds.
Take those figures with a pinch of salt as it'll depend on the noise and type of image. And the write speeds of the faster cards are quicker in a camera than they are in a computer. But hopefully it's useful background info.
I would be very unlikely to need more shooting speed that the Ultra can provide. But would probably stick with Extreme in the future just for that extra security if I ever shoot 4K.
No matter what I've done with it, it continues to work well, with no failures or data loss.
The speed is especially valuable when using it with my single board computer projects.
This brand is very good and i do trusted for years, for some devices that i have i can past 32 gb, so this fit perfect and the price was right. I used on some mini security cam and car dashboard camera, not issue at all.
I do recommend for any device that can go past 32 gb of storage capacity!
If you put a SanDisk Ultra SDHC card to the test, it will usually exceed its design parameter, this being the case, there was, until recently, few video cameras on the market to exceed the ability of the fastest memory card. There is hardly a fellow out there who hasn't put a memory card in his shirt pocket, only to have his shirt washed. I've never had a 'washed' memory card fail yet ... they are tough little beggars.
The problem we have, including SanDisk, is that people take them for granted and consider them indestructible, however, the most destructive force they will ever experience is being plugged in and/or removed when the camera is live ... and the times I've seen this done is countless. You may lose part of its memory, or, in the worst case, all of it, not to mention so much aliasing, its corrupted.
SanDisk and most other electronic engineers ask you not to insert or remove the card until you have switched off the camera and waited for a few seconds for it to close the card. Cameras will refuse to switch off until they have done this, so to switch off and remove the card in the next instant will cause a high risk chance of data corruption ... then people blame the card, when it is their fault. Switch off and wait just a few seconds before removing a card. Replace the card with another when the camera is off. Doing this will ensure your cards' long life and excellent pictures. I've never had a problem with SanDisk, but you've got to treat their products properly to get the best out of them, like anything else. If you are looking for a card with a good reputation, you've just found it.
The storage capacity is great too, obviously at some point I'll need to upgrade to larger capacity cards, but for now, this is perfect and allows the twins to make a good few recordings before they need to transferr them to their computers :)
Have always used this brand of Sd card for my cameras
Always been pleased with my purchases of this brand.
But to be honest this particular purchase from Amazon, I am disappointed in the fact that a small plastic case is not provided in the sealed package, as all my purchases from other outlets have included the small protection case
Perhaps Sandisk deleted this small addition now.
The Sd card does seem to be cheap as the little switch on the side to lock it seems very flimsy compared with my existing purchases.
So have only given 4 stars based on no plastic case & flimsy lock switch
I did get excited by the price but i think the savings have been made in cutting back quality. Will buy another version for the task.
The 32GB SDHC here is a great card for cameras, video equipment and anything else that uses the larger SD rather than Micro SD cards. It's fast and responsive and reliable.