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SanDisk - Extreme SDHC 90MB/s UHS-I Memory Card - 32GB (Previous Version) - $13.99 with Free Shipping

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SanDisk [sandisk.com] is offering the Extreme SDHC 90MB/s UHS-I Memory Card - 32GB (Previous Version) for $13.99 with free shipping with promo code "AUGSALE1". Valid through 8/15 or while supplies last.

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  • Capacity: 32GB
  • Performance: Up to 90MB/s read & up to 60MB/s (128GB-256GB), 40MB/s (16GB-64GB) write
  • Dimension: 0.94in. x 1.25in. x 0.08in. (24 mm x 32 mm x 2.1 mm)
  • Compatibility: For SDHC (16-32GB) cards: Compatible with all SDHC/SDXC and SDHC-I/SDXC-I (UHS-I) enabled host devicesFor SDXC (64-256GB) cards: Compatible with SDXC and SDXC-I (UHS-I) enabled host devices.
  • Security: Built-in write-protect switch prevents accidental data loss
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What is this good for?
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What is this good for?
Absolutely nothing
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What is this good for?
DSLR/Video Cameras that you use often. Dumping pictures and videos at 90 MB/s every photoshoot is nice to have.
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a Samsung EVO 32 GB on Amazon is $11.99
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Too bad other higher capacity SD cards aren't on sale
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love mine, great for older SLR's that can't use XC
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...say it again.
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...say it again.
War, huh, good god
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The SanDisk Extreme SDHC and SDXC UHS-I Cards are backed by a lifetime limited warranty,

So there's that.
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The SanDisk Extreme SDHC and SDXC UHS-I Cards are backed by a lifetime limited warranty,

So there's that.
SD is getting really bad with these drive-by stupid/ignorant comments...

You're right. SanDisk warranty is pretty good. A simple email to their support people with your card's info (including a cellphone photo of the front/back to show the proper serial number and the card is not fake) and they'll send you a USPS postage you can print out and send in your card. They also give you the option of destroying the card in case you worry about privacy. But you do have to keep the serial number portion intact... I snapped my mSD card in half and the electrical contact side in half again). Response from Sandisk was under 24hr. Oh, they offered me an upgrade card since mine was not in stock anymore (an older 30Mb/s 64Gb mSD)

In terms of usage - there is a lot of older devices out there that can't take more than 32Gb, and especially the newer 128Gb cards. For some devices, you really don't need, nor want more than 32 Gb. Having a nice transfer speed (for copying to/from your PC) is a nice convenience to pay an extra $2 for the useful life of the card (~5 years?)

Just as an example - On my Sony A5100, I took over 1500 raws over the course of a week and didn't fill 32 Gb. I would be very nervous to keep more than that on 1 card ... in case I lose my camera or the card dies (which happens!) Lots of photographers have the same mindset and use multiple smaller cards rather than 1 big one.

Another example is usage on music players (like 2 recent deals from Sony and Pioneer) and even older (beloved) Sansa players. I know my Sansa Fuze doesn't like big cards, as the updates take for ever...
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SD is getting really bad with these drive-by stupid/ignorant comments...
The drive-by comments are what I come here for, but thanks for the detailed explantion. Applause
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Dang, only 40mb write. Seems slow..
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These work well in my 6 trail cams which max out at 32GB. Over the last few years I have tried many different brands but find that these and the SanDisk Ultras perform best and last longest. Out of dozens I have only had one fail while experiencing a number of failures using other brands. The biggest problem I have with any SD cards in this application is the casings coming apart or breaking due to the number of insertion/ejection cycles they are exposed to. The cards are ejected daily, inserted/ejected into a SanDisk reader on my laptop and reinserted into the cams so that is a minimum of 700 yearly cycles per card each year more more like a 1000 for some when editing videos. The SanDisks have held up better in this regard as well.
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To add to the other posters, these are good for devices that take a regular size SD card, like those Android set-top boxes that run Kodi, etc. I don't like using a converter with a tiny microSD for those.
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