• SanDisk Extreme 32 GB SDHC Class 10 UHS-1 Flash Memory Card 45MB/s (SDSDX-032G-X46)
SanDisk Extreme 32 GB SDHC Class 10 UHS-1 Flash Memory Card 45MB/s (SDSDX-032G-X46)

SanDisk Extreme 32 GB SDHC Class 10 UHS-1 Flash Memory Card 45MB/s (SDSDX-032G-X46)

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  • Speed up to 45MB/s read/write
  • Designed with SanDisk's Enhanced Super-Parallel Processing (ESP) technology
  • Now at new Class 10, exceeding high-definition video recording performance requirement
  • Extreme durability from deserts to glaciers, guaranteed
  • Compatible with all major cameras with SDHC format

Customer Reviews

Not the best I bought this for my DSLR for a trip to Scotland so that I could use a newer card with more room than the one I bought five years ago. I should have stuck with the old one. I'm no tech expert by any means, but this thing is slow when viewing my pictures and makes them look half discolored (inconsistently) when I view them in my new Asus laptop. This is the only card that I have issues with, so I know it's the card. Real bummer. 2Fast and reliable card (two cards purchased 2 years apart) Update July 9, 2014 :I got another card and ran it through the same h2testw. This time I got 36.4 MB/s write, 43.4 MB/s read. Slightly faster than the earlier sample. Color is different - the yellow in the Amazon photo is actually gold, so it's not quite as hideous as I first feared. Not that it really matters - we don't buy memory cards for looks. My original purchase from May 15, 2012 has performed flawlessly in my 5D III all this time. This new card is for a 70D.Packaging is still the same, and it still says "X46" at the back. And comes with a year's subscription of RescuePRO deluxe (serial number on slip of paper).End of update.Quick summary of Sandisk premium SD cards : SanDisk has 3 right now. SanDisk Ultra is their lowest line (max. 30 MB/s). Extreme, this one, is in the middle, at 45 MB/s. Extreme Pro is rated at 95 MB/s. All cards in their premium line comes with a lifetime warranty. This one also comes with a 1 year subscription to RescuePRO (serial number included on a slip of paper in the box).This card is a little more expensive compared to other reputable and fast cards. The Extreme Pro is roughly twice the price of this. You're paying partly for the SanDisk reputation, and partly for the speed.I tested my card with the Transcend USB 3.0 Super Speed Multi-Card Reader for SD/SDHC/SDXC/MS/CF Cards (TS-RDF8) connected to a USB 3.0 PCIe card (NEC chipset) on an i7-920, using h2testw 1.4. Essentially I'm testing large sequential reads and writes. As expected, there were no errors. Card was formatted as FAT32 out of the box.I'm not sure if my Transcend reader supports UHS-I mode, which may explain my inability to reach 45 MB/s. I did get a respectable 34.8 MB/s write speed, and a 40.7 MB/s read speed. I also tested it with my USB 2.0 reader, and only managed a 19.5 MB/s read speed. The take-away from this is that you need either a USB 3.0 reader or a Firewire 800 reader to take full advantage of the speed when transferring photos / videos to your computer. At twice the transfer speed, you're looking at a saving of about 14 minutes (27 minutes compared to 13 minutes) for a full 32GB of data.There's no issues using this on my camcorder or DSLR. My camcorder works just fine with Class 4 cards, so it is not surprise there's no issues with this card. I could record all I frame videos with my Canon 5D III (the 5D III does not support UHS-I). I'll test the write speed in burst mode (RAW files) compared to a generic Class 10 and update this review later.One strange thing about this card (made in China, in case anyone's wondering) is that there's a sticker over the UPC stating this is the X46 package (meant for Asia excluding Japan, Europe, Australia). Peel that away and it says "A21" (Americas). I don't believe there's any actual difference in the card itself. 5Faster and Cheaper SDHC UHS-1 card This is my second SanDisk Extreme 32GB SDHC UHS-1 card. First card (SDSDXR3-032G-A21) is the 30MB/Sec card that says HD Video on the label. This new card (SDSDX-032G-X46) is the 45MB/Sec product replacement for this class. Using a card reader that is USB 3.0 and UHS-1 capable, CrystalDiskMark was run for 50MB, 100MB, 500MB, 1000MB, 2000MB, and 4000MB loads. The sequential read and write were very consistent for this card, 45MB/sec and 43MB/sec respectively for reading and writing. Retesting the -A21 card showed consistent rate of 45MB/sec and 34MB/sec for reading and writing. It appears the new and improved SanDisk Extreme card writes about 25% faster.Isn't it all about the writing speed?Class 10 mandates a minimum sustained rate of 10MB/sec read/write speed. UHS is an enhancement to original SD specification in the SDA 3.0 specification for SDHC and SDXC. UHS-1 is also a 10MB/sec minimum sustained specification. UHS is a faster bus for moving data. There is UHS-50 and UHS-104 for 50MB/sec and 104MB/sec, devices are not there yet. UHS-1 is backward compatible with SDHC. Beware of SDXC, if your device does not explicitly support the extended capacity card, this will not work for you.If your camera supports UHS-1 and takes advantage of higher write speed, you can take big pictures and be ready to take another - quicker. 25% quicker than the previous version of Extreme UHS-1 SDHC card from SanDisk. 32GB will store over 4300 pictures for me at highest resolution, or at lowest resolution - over 48,000 pictures. Don't forget to backup, that's a lifetime or two worth of images. 5Super fast card - bonus 1 year recovery SW included Super fast card. I moved as a test about 45MB of photos to my SSD on my PC in less than 3 seconds.I also couldn't get my camcorder to take photos faster than it could save them on the card. (8.3 MP only for the photos). Previously after a few photos I would have had to wait 20-30 seconds for the photos to go to the card.I also bought a 16GB of the same model and it has worked perfectly.So pick the 45MB/s, class 10, U1 logo (UHS Speed class 1) from a reputable brand like Sandisk, and enjoy super fast transfers.No-brand are available for cheaper, but when it's your vacation, of family photos or video you are recording and you lose a file, the $10 of difference suddenly becomes priceless.Sandisk also gives some code for a 1year recovery software usage. I never used the codes, but it doesn't hurt to keep them around for the day a card will fail (nothing lasts forever: you need to backup your data).Also using a good card reader is needed to get better performance out of the card - something to keep in mind of the PC transfer is slow.Last: this is backward compatible with SD-HC devices. I'm using the 16GB in a Go Pro HD2 and this 32GB in a Sony HDR-CX550V. They might not have the fastest interface for the card, but they get a really nice speed boost to write the files. 5Great price for a great product. I bought two of these; one for my girlfriend's Canon Rebel XSi DSLR camera and one for my Zoom R24 track recorder.When we used the card with the camera it completely remedied the problem she had where her screen would go black for a couple seconds after taking the picture (writing to memory). No surprise because she was using a 4GB Class 4 card prior to installing this one. She was then able to shoot pictures in quick succession as she had always wanted to do. That was her only gripe and I was a real hero :)When using my R24 I noticed that when arming tracks, moving things around, recording a track and stopping recording no longer gave me a "Please wait" sign. All the commands were handled near instantaneously and it took significantly less time for my band to complete a full song because we didn't have the added time of waiting for the recorder to write to memory. I still experienced some lag when recording 8 tracks at once in WAV format, but that's understandable and nowhere near as slow as before. I was using a 16GB Class 6 card previously.I can't verify if the R/W speeds for the cards are what is advertised but I don't care because they were certaintly fast enough to alleiviate those two issues and I couldn't be happier. Plus, they have 32GB of storage space! 5great storage and speed upgrade for Canon t5i The data transfer rates I've been getting with this card have been fantastic.Using a Transcend USB3.0 card reader:via USB 2.0: 15-20 mb/svia USB 3.0: 30-45 mb/s depending on file sizesI've been taking lots of video footage of surfing that result in 4gb files, and taking tons of pictures of the family over the summer. The faster transfer rates are extremely helpful as a result.One oddity I've observed:I transferred a 350mb video file the other day, which should take almost 8 seconds at 45 mb/s. It transferred virtually instantly, showing up immediately in the destination folder, and without the windows file transfer dialog popping up.When I tested large (4gb) files and folders, the transfer speed spiked at the beginning, and tapered off to ~45mb/s by the end of the transfer. I'm uncertain as to the cause, but in my experience small video files and small batches of photos transfer faster. 5Excellent for my HD Camcorder, Never Lets Me Down, Never the Bottleneck SanDisk has never let me down with my HD Camcorder. This card has never been the bottleneck to cause any quality loss or data loss. For vacation video and pictures, I wanted the confidence that my recordings were not going to be lost, or reduced in quality due to card issues to be discovered when I return home. You only have one chance to capture those memories. SanDisk is a great brand. Last year I bought two SanDisk Extreme SDHC 16GB 30 MB/s (the previous model), and this year I bought this SanDisk Extreme SDHC 32GB 45 MB/s (the next model).I recommend reading your camcorder or camera manual, and see what it states as the write speed at the quality setting you plan to use. If it bothers to state it, I believe there is a reason. If not stated, then don't worry, the minimum write speed by the minimum card spec should be fine. For me, my manual (Sony HD Camcorder) clearly stated a write speed at about 23 MB/s for the mode I use, and up to 28 MB/s. So I made sure I had a card that was internally capable of writing at the stated speed. That way the card itself could not possibly be the bottleneck. Now your manual should state the minimum card spec, like "class 6" or "class 10", or "UHS-I". Class 10 refers to a 10 MB/s minimum sustained write speed, and makes indication that your camera or camcorder will actually take any advantage of using more than the minimum spec if it doesn't say otherwise. Personally, I figure if the manual states write speeds separately, and only states a class 6 minimum, I am not taking any chances, as the math doesn't make sense. A minimum spec class 6 could not possibly capture 28 MB/s of HD video over a long period of time without an equally sized internal buffer, or else it would have to degrade quality to keep up. So I would see if you manual actually lists any numbers to see if it would matter in your case.This is a UHS-I rated card, and class 10, and backward compatible. For UHS-I, I believe it is something that the hardware does have to specifically support to use the bus differently. So you are likely to get somewhere less than that for devices supporting only beyond class 10 specifications. I might guess that might mean somewhere near the 30 MB/s of the previous models claim before UHS-I. For more on classifications, wikipedia is a good source. Just do not expect to take full advantage of this card unless you have a UHS-I, or even beyond class 10, depending on device, which might not even be clearly documented. In the end, I am happy with my choice with SanDisk. 5Very disappointed with Amazon.com over this purchase. The item that I purchased was advertised as a SanDisk 32GB EXTREME SDHC Card Class 10 45MB/s UHS-1 300x (SDSDRX3-032G-A21. (Newest Version). The package arrived with a non standard UPC barcode label glued over the original UPC printed on the package which reads SSSDX-032-X46. According to the service Rep. at SanDisk, they did not place the glued on label over the original UPC on the package. It appears as though a label has been placed on a lesser version's package to make it appear to be the A21 (Latest Version). I have made many purchased from Amazon.com and this is the first time that I have been disappointed. I am now waiting for a response from Amazon.com with an acceptable explanation and hope that we are able to arrive at a mutually acceptable adjustment. Only then will I be able to continue to make worry free purchases from Amazon.com.8/27:Please forgive the delay in responding to my original review but I have been very busy making the necessary hurricane Isaac preparations. The storm is due to go directly over us late tomorrow evening.On 8/25 I received an e-mail from Amazon.com containing an adjustment to the original purchase price of the item. I am totally satisfied with the response from Amazon.com. My confidence in Amazon.com being a provider of quality products at fair prices has been totally restored.Gary C. 2Watch out for fake SanDisk cards, here's how Great card, but be sure you buy from an authorized SanDisk seller, such as directly from Amazon.com. The list of SanDisk authorized sellers can be found on SanDisk's website. I purchased (6) of these cards from a 3rd party seller here through Amazon, the seller I will not disclose, but instead I suggest you buy from only an authorized SanDisk seller.Here are the qualities of my fake cards:- First, when in doubt, call SanDisk. They have a toll free # to call to verify your cards.- The cards are marked with "Made In Taiwan", while the packaging says "Made In China"- The serial numbers are not where SanDisk's serial numbers usually are (per http://kb.sandisk.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/12703/~/product-code-and-serial-numbers-location#sd)- The sticker is highly reflective, much more than cards I purchased directly from Amazon.com- The back has a lot more writing on it than shown on SanDisk website- The lock slider is yellow, versus grey from the authentic cards- One of the cards failed on the 2nd attempt of using it- The plastic case the cards came in is much lower quality than SanDisk- The packaging says SDXC while this item listed on Amazon is for SDHC- The cards say 60 MB/s while the packaging says 45 MB/s 5Tough, fast & yellow is easy to see in a dark bag I own two of these 32GB SDHC Class 10 cards and they are just the ticket for HD video with my EOS 6D. Plus they handle RAW image bursts like a champ. I handle them carefully as SDHC cards are more flimsy than metal case CF Extreme cards I use in my 5D MKII. But so far I've received impeccable performance, having stuffed these cards to the brim many times with HD concert videos during the past 6 months. My first Extreme 32GB SDHC has a handsome black and red label design. The latest and greatest have the same speed/specs but sport a gold tone label with red accents. The gold tone card is easier to find in a dark bag but could use a graphic design makeover.I've used SanDisk Extreme CF and SD series cards since 2005, nearly 9 years of great service. It's all about fast and reliable performance and these cards deliver in spades. Quality control is so good I've never had to test SanDisk customer service. I've washed and dried my CF cards several times, rubbed them with keys and rocks and they worked perfectly. I don't expect SD cases to stand up to the same kind of abuse CF cases can take, but I've been getting the same great performance otherwise. I'll be back for more Extreme when the 64GB gets more affordable. Right now the best bang for buck is the 32GB size. Great card: fast, reliable and priced right. 5
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Description
  • Speed up to 45MB/s read/write
  • Designed with SanDisk's Enhanced Super-Parallel Processing (ESP) technology
  • Now at new Class 10, exceeding high-definition video recording performance requirement
  • Extreme durability from deserts to glaciers, guaranteed
  • Compatible with all major cameras with SDHC format
Reviews

Customer Reviews

Not the best I bought this for my DSLR for a trip to Scotland so that I could use a newer card with more room than the one I bought five years ago. I should have stuck with the old one. I'm no tech expert by any means, but this thing is slow when viewing my pictures and makes them look half discolored (inconsistently) when I view them in my new Asus laptop. This is the only card that I have issues with, so I know it's the card. Real bummer. 2Fast and reliable card (two cards purchased 2 years apart) Update July 9, 2014 :I got another card and ran it through the same h2testw. This time I got 36.4 MB/s write, 43.4 MB/s read. Slightly faster than the earlier sample. Color is different - the yellow in the Amazon photo is actually gold, so it's not quite as hideous as I first feared. Not that it really matters - we don't buy memory cards for looks. My original purchase from May 15, 2012 has performed flawlessly in my 5D III all this time. This new card is for a 70D.Packaging is still the same, and it still says "X46" at the back. And comes with a year's subscription of RescuePRO deluxe (serial number on slip of paper).End of update.Quick summary of Sandisk premium SD cards : SanDisk has 3 right now. SanDisk Ultra is their lowest line (max. 30 MB/s). Extreme, this one, is in the middle, at 45 MB/s. Extreme Pro is rated at 95 MB/s. All cards in their premium line comes with a lifetime warranty. This one also comes with a 1 year subscription to RescuePRO (serial number included on a slip of paper in the box).This card is a little more expensive compared to other reputable and fast cards. The Extreme Pro is roughly twice the price of this. You're paying partly for the SanDisk reputation, and partly for the speed.I tested my card with the Transcend USB 3.0 Super Speed Multi-Card Reader for SD/SDHC/SDXC/MS/CF Cards (TS-RDF8) connected to a USB 3.0 PCIe card (NEC chipset) on an i7-920, using h2testw 1.4. Essentially I'm testing large sequential reads and writes. As expected, there were no errors. Card was formatted as FAT32 out of the box.I'm not sure if my Transcend reader supports UHS-I mode, which may explain my inability to reach 45 MB/s. I did get a respectable 34.8 MB/s write speed, and a 40.7 MB/s read speed. I also tested it with my USB 2.0 reader, and only managed a 19.5 MB/s read speed. The take-away from this is that you need either a USB 3.0 reader or a Firewire 800 reader to take full advantage of the speed when transferring photos / videos to your computer. At twice the transfer speed, you're looking at a saving of about 14 minutes (27 minutes compared to 13 minutes) for a full 32GB of data.There's no issues using this on my camcorder or DSLR. My camcorder works just fine with Class 4 cards, so it is not surprise there's no issues with this card. I could record all I frame videos with my Canon 5D III (the 5D III does not support UHS-I). I'll test the write speed in burst mode (RAW files) compared to a generic Class 10 and update this review later.One strange thing about this card (made in China, in case anyone's wondering) is that there's a sticker over the UPC stating this is the X46 package (meant for Asia excluding Japan, Europe, Australia). Peel that away and it says "A21" (Americas). I don't believe there's any actual difference in the card itself. 5Faster and Cheaper SDHC UHS-1 card This is my second SanDisk Extreme 32GB SDHC UHS-1 card. First card (SDSDXR3-032G-A21) is the 30MB/Sec card that says HD Video on the label. This new card (SDSDX-032G-X46) is the 45MB/Sec product replacement for this class. Using a card reader that is USB 3.0 and UHS-1 capable, CrystalDiskMark was run for 50MB, 100MB, 500MB, 1000MB, 2000MB, and 4000MB loads. The sequential read and write were very consistent for this card, 45MB/sec and 43MB/sec respectively for reading and writing. Retesting the -A21 card showed consistent rate of 45MB/sec and 34MB/sec for reading and writing. It appears the new and improved SanDisk Extreme card writes about 25% faster.Isn't it all about the writing speed?Class 10 mandates a minimum sustained rate of 10MB/sec read/write speed. UHS is an enhancement to original SD specification in the SDA 3.0 specification for SDHC and SDXC. UHS-1 is also a 10MB/sec minimum sustained specification. UHS is a faster bus for moving data. There is UHS-50 and UHS-104 for 50MB/sec and 104MB/sec, devices are not there yet. UHS-1 is backward compatible with SDHC. Beware of SDXC, if your device does not explicitly support the extended capacity card, this will not work for you.If your camera supports UHS-1 and takes advantage of higher write speed, you can take big pictures and be ready to take another - quicker. 25% quicker than the previous version of Extreme UHS-1 SDHC card from SanDisk. 32GB will store over 4300 pictures for me at highest resolution, or at lowest resolution - over 48,000 pictures. Don't forget to backup, that's a lifetime or two worth of images. 5Super fast card - bonus 1 year recovery SW included Super fast card. I moved as a test about 45MB of photos to my SSD on my PC in less than 3 seconds.I also couldn't get my camcorder to take photos faster than it could save them on the card. (8.3 MP only for the photos). Previously after a few photos I would have had to wait 20-30 seconds for the photos to go to the card.I also bought a 16GB of the same model and it has worked perfectly.So pick the 45MB/s, class 10, U1 logo (UHS Speed class 1) from a reputable brand like Sandisk, and enjoy super fast transfers.No-brand are available for cheaper, but when it's your vacation, of family photos or video you are recording and you lose a file, the $10 of difference suddenly becomes priceless.Sandisk also gives some code for a 1year recovery software usage. I never used the codes, but it doesn't hurt to keep them around for the day a card will fail (nothing lasts forever: you need to backup your data).Also using a good card reader is needed to get better performance out of the card - something to keep in mind of the PC transfer is slow.Last: this is backward compatible with SD-HC devices. I'm using the 16GB in a Go Pro HD2 and this 32GB in a Sony HDR-CX550V. They might not have the fastest interface for the card, but they get a really nice speed boost to write the files. 5Great price for a great product. I bought two of these; one for my girlfriend's Canon Rebel XSi DSLR camera and one for my Zoom R24 track recorder.When we used the card with the camera it completely remedied the problem she had where her screen would go black for a couple seconds after taking the picture (writing to memory). No surprise because she was using a 4GB Class 4 card prior to installing this one. She was then able to shoot pictures in quick succession as she had always wanted to do. That was her only gripe and I was a real hero :)When using my R24 I noticed that when arming tracks, moving things around, recording a track and stopping recording no longer gave me a "Please wait" sign. All the commands were handled near instantaneously and it took significantly less time for my band to complete a full song because we didn't have the added time of waiting for the recorder to write to memory. I still experienced some lag when recording 8 tracks at once in WAV format, but that's understandable and nowhere near as slow as before. I was using a 16GB Class 6 card previously.I can't verify if the R/W speeds for the cards are what is advertised but I don't care because they were certaintly fast enough to alleiviate those two issues and I couldn't be happier. Plus, they have 32GB of storage space! 5great storage and speed upgrade for Canon t5i The data transfer rates I've been getting with this card have been fantastic.Using a Transcend USB3.0 card reader:via USB 2.0: 15-20 mb/svia USB 3.0: 30-45 mb/s depending on file sizesI've been taking lots of video footage of surfing that result in 4gb files, and taking tons of pictures of the family over the summer. The faster transfer rates are extremely helpful as a result.One oddity I've observed:I transferred a 350mb video file the other day, which should take almost 8 seconds at 45 mb/s. It transferred virtually instantly, showing up immediately in the destination folder, and without the windows file transfer dialog popping up.When I tested large (4gb) files and folders, the transfer speed spiked at the beginning, and tapered off to ~45mb/s by the end of the transfer. I'm uncertain as to the cause, but in my experience small video files and small batches of photos transfer faster. 5Excellent for my HD Camcorder, Never Lets Me Down, Never the Bottleneck SanDisk has never let me down with my HD Camcorder. This card has never been the bottleneck to cause any quality loss or data loss. For vacation video and pictures, I wanted the confidence that my recordings were not going to be lost, or reduced in quality due to card issues to be discovered when I return home. You only have one chance to capture those memories. SanDisk is a great brand. Last year I bought two SanDisk Extreme SDHC 16GB 30 MB/s (the previous model), and this year I bought this SanDisk Extreme SDHC 32GB 45 MB/s (the next model).I recommend reading your camcorder or camera manual, and see what it states as the write speed at the quality setting you plan to use. If it bothers to state it, I believe there is a reason. If not stated, then don't worry, the minimum write speed by the minimum card spec should be fine. For me, my manual (Sony HD Camcorder) clearly stated a write speed at about 23 MB/s for the mode I use, and up to 28 MB/s. So I made sure I had a card that was internally capable of writing at the stated speed. That way the card itself could not possibly be the bottleneck. Now your manual should state the minimum card spec, like "class 6" or "class 10", or "UHS-I". Class 10 refers to a 10 MB/s minimum sustained write speed, and makes indication that your camera or camcorder will actually take any advantage of using more than the minimum spec if it doesn't say otherwise. Personally, I figure if the manual states write speeds separately, and only states a class 6 minimum, I am not taking any chances, as the math doesn't make sense. A minimum spec class 6 could not possibly capture 28 MB/s of HD video over a long period of time without an equally sized internal buffer, or else it would have to degrade quality to keep up. So I would see if you manual actually lists any numbers to see if it would matter in your case.This is a UHS-I rated card, and class 10, and backward compatible. For UHS-I, I believe it is something that the hardware does have to specifically support to use the bus differently. So you are likely to get somewhere less than that for devices supporting only beyond class 10 specifications. I might guess that might mean somewhere near the 30 MB/s of the previous models claim before UHS-I. For more on classifications, wikipedia is a good source. Just do not expect to take full advantage of this card unless you have a UHS-I, or even beyond class 10, depending on device, which might not even be clearly documented. In the end, I am happy with my choice with SanDisk. 5Very disappointed with Amazon.com over this purchase. The item that I purchased was advertised as a SanDisk 32GB EXTREME SDHC Card Class 10 45MB/s UHS-1 300x (SDSDRX3-032G-A21. (Newest Version). The package arrived with a non standard UPC barcode label glued over the original UPC printed on the package which reads SSSDX-032-X46. According to the service Rep. at SanDisk, they did not place the glued on label over the original UPC on the package. It appears as though a label has been placed on a lesser version's package to make it appear to be the A21 (Latest Version). I have made many purchased from Amazon.com and this is the first time that I have been disappointed. I am now waiting for a response from Amazon.com with an acceptable explanation and hope that we are able to arrive at a mutually acceptable adjustment. Only then will I be able to continue to make worry free purchases from Amazon.com.8/27:Please forgive the delay in responding to my original review but I have been very busy making the necessary hurricane Isaac preparations. The storm is due to go directly over us late tomorrow evening.On 8/25 I received an e-mail from Amazon.com containing an adjustment to the original purchase price of the item. I am totally satisfied with the response from Amazon.com. My confidence in Amazon.com being a provider of quality products at fair prices has been totally restored.Gary C. 2Watch out for fake SanDisk cards, here's how Great card, but be sure you buy from an authorized SanDisk seller, such as directly from Amazon.com. The list of SanDisk authorized sellers can be found on SanDisk's website. I purchased (6) of these cards from a 3rd party seller here through Amazon, the seller I will not disclose, but instead I suggest you buy from only an authorized SanDisk seller.Here are the qualities of my fake cards:- First, when in doubt, call SanDisk. They have a toll free # to call to verify your cards.- The cards are marked with "Made In Taiwan", while the packaging says "Made In China"- The serial numbers are not where SanDisk's serial numbers usually are (per http://kb.sandisk.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/12703/~/product-code-and-serial-numbers-location#sd)- The sticker is highly reflective, much more than cards I purchased directly from Amazon.com- The back has a lot more writing on it than shown on SanDisk website- The lock slider is yellow, versus grey from the authentic cards- One of the cards failed on the 2nd attempt of using it- The plastic case the cards came in is much lower quality than SanDisk- The packaging says SDXC while this item listed on Amazon is for SDHC- The cards say 60 MB/s while the packaging says 45 MB/s 5Tough, fast & yellow is easy to see in a dark bag I own two of these 32GB SDHC Class 10 cards and they are just the ticket for HD video with my EOS 6D. Plus they handle RAW image bursts like a champ. I handle them carefully as SDHC cards are more flimsy than metal case CF Extreme cards I use in my 5D MKII. But so far I've received impeccable performance, having stuffed these cards to the brim many times with HD concert videos during the past 6 months. My first Extreme 32GB SDHC has a handsome black and red label design. The latest and greatest have the same speed/specs but sport a gold tone label with red accents. The gold tone card is easier to find in a dark bag but could use a graphic design makeover.I've used SanDisk Extreme CF and SD series cards since 2005, nearly 9 years of great service. It's all about fast and reliable performance and these cards deliver in spades. Quality control is so good I've never had to test SanDisk customer service. I've washed and dried my CF cards several times, rubbed them with keys and rocks and they worked perfectly. I don't expect SD cases to stand up to the same kind of abuse CF cases can take, but I've been getting the same great performance otherwise. I'll be back for more Extreme when the 64GB gets more affordable. Right now the best bang for buck is the 32GB size. Great card: fast, reliable and priced right. 5
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  • Return or exchange requests can be made within 10 days of the delivery date.
  • To return or exchange any items, please email us at info@directnine.uk, clearly mentioning your order number and our customer support team will guide you on the process.
  • To be eligible for return, products must be in the exact condition you received them in. All packaging material must be undamaged and unused with the price tags intact.
  • Orders can be cancelled before dispatch. If the order has already been dispatched, cancellation fees might be charged.
  • Due to the nature of the products that we sell, we will not be able to replace or refund unwanted items if they have been opened or any seals are broken.
  • The refund will not include the import duties or the cost of delivery or return postage.
  • If your refund is approved, then it will automatically be credited to the original method of payment, within 7-10 days.
  • DirectNine reserves the right to alter and enforce this Return and Refund Policy at any time without having to serve a prior notice to users.
Delivery Policy
Shipment tracking ID will be provided after your product(s) is dispatched. The delivery date stated is indicative and subject to availability, payment authorization, verification, and processing. In case your product(s) is not delivered due to an incorrect or invalid address, we will not be able to process any claims. However, we will notify you if it is returned to us.

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