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Last Edited by DeividdoSama September 14, 2014 at 09:53 AM
The SanDisk Extreme U3 Class 10 UHS-1 SDHC/SDXC from last week's FP deal (+105) are back. So far, it looks like only the Extreme SD Cards from that deal are back at the sale price.

16GB SanDisk Extreme U3 Class 10 UHS-1 SDHC [amazon.com] (SDSDXN-016G-G46) $14.99 - ships within 8 to 9 days
32GB SanDisk Extreme U3 Class 10 UHS-1 SDHC [amazon.com] (SDSDXN-032G-G46) $23.99 - ships within 8 to 9 days
64GB SanDisk Extreme U3 Class 10 UHS-1 SDXC [amazon.com] (SDSDXN-064G-G46) $47.99

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waiting for this same card but micro SD to drop in price. this or the samsung EVO pro
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Is the speed increase really that noticeable/useful for UHS-1 compatible cameras?
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is this the SanDisk equiv of evo. Pro?
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I have no idea what an evo pro is but SanDisk does have a line above this called 'Extreme Pro' that is the actual professional line.
Most people probably won't notice a difference but the Extreme Pro runs at 95mb/s and writing continuous 36MP files to a card in a D800 that extra speed does make a difference.
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Quote from timskrastins View Post :
I have no idea what an evo pro is but SanDisk does have a line above this called 'Extreme Pro' that is the actual professional line.
Most people probably won't notice a difference but the Extreme Pro runs at 95mb/s and writing continuous 36MP files to a card in a D800 that extra speed does make a difference.
ah, sorry i left out a key word there "or"

is this the competitor for the samsung evo or pro? -- and it seems like it's for the evo Wink

i'm still debating if it's worth more than 2x the price tag to go for the top tier sd cards (pro) on my tablet. I will be installing desktop and metro applications to it, essentially using it as permanent storage
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Last edited by t0fu September 14, 2014 at 01:17 PM
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There's EVO Pro's?
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Interesting, another U3 card.

As far as I know, Sandisk line looks like this

Extreme 45mb/s
Extreme U3 60mb/s (these)
Extreme Plus 80mb/s
Extreme Pro 95mb/s
Extreme Pro UHS-II U3 280mb/s

While the samsung line is just (the new line thats half colored)

EVO (Orange) 48mb/s
Pro (Grey) 90mb/s

EDIT:
Ok I just realized theyre phasing out the old 45mb/s ones with these new 60mb/s ones
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in for a 16GB
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Quote from Thoang77 View Post :
Interesting, another U3 card.

As far as I know, Sandisk line looks like this

Extreme 45mb/s
Extreme U3 60mb/s (these)
Extreme Plus 80mb/s
Extreme Pro 95mb/s
Extreme Pro UHS-II U3 280mb/s

While the samsung line is just (the new line thats half colored)

EVO (Orange) 48mb/s
Pro (Grey) 90mb/s

EDIT:
Ok I just realized theyre phasing out the old 45mb/s ones with these new 60mb/s ones
Coo, nice to know! Also, the Extreme Pro U3 280MB/s comes in this flavor

http://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/pro...uhs_i.html

In 4 1 on my 64GB MBA Stick Out Tongue
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The write speeds really come in handy if you're shooting in burst mode (RAW file format) or recording HD video. Other than that for single shots or JPEG images you'll be fine. I used to use the ultra series of SanDisk cards (30MB/s) 16GB in my Nikon D700 and since I used it for weddings I never had ANY problems ever. There is not a lot of burst mode use at weddings.
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Did some more research and it turns out a lot of cameras (in my case, Sony NEX-3N) don't support UHS-1 (much less UHS-3) so the speeds advertised will probably never be reached. Probably going to cancel and get a Transcend UHS-1 for $10 less.
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Did some more research and it turns out a lot of cameras (in my case, Sony NEX-3N) don't support UHS-1 (much less UHS-3) so the speeds advertised will probably never be reached. Probably going to cancel and get a Transcend UHS-1 for $10 less.
Even if your camera doesn't support the speeds I assume you have a USB 3.0 reader. Imagine transferring 64gb of filed on a slow card vs fast to your computer.
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