The label on the card itself says SDHC. SDHC has capability for 64GB, it's just that it hasn't been done until very recently.
This is NOT an SDHC card. SDXC devices support the older SDHC standard, but SDHC devices do not support or recognize SDXC cards. SDHC devices are limited to 32GB, anything larger requires an SDXC device. The SDHC in the title of this post is misleading because it implies that this card could work in an SDHC device, which it cannot.
Yeah, let me add another vote that this card will not keep up in a T3i. It's much slower than a SanDisk Extreme (non-Pro) with regards to burst shooting, recording video or anything that you'll need fast and large writes to. If you were to take scenery photo every minute or so and not successively, then this should work for you. Otherwise, you're going to miss some shots with it choking. And forget about HD video recording as it'll only record a few seconds at a time. I was about to contact Sony for a warranty replacement until I came across this thread and noticed others are experiencing the same thing. I bought mine through Beach Camera (buydig.com) on Rakuten. Not sure if I got a fake, though it appears pretty legit in terms of packaging.
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