• Transcend 128GB SDXC Class 10 UHS-1 Flash Memory Card Up to 90MB/s (TS128GSDXC10U1)
  • Transcend 128GB SDXC Class 10 UHS-1 Flash Memory Card Up to 90MB/s (TS128GSDXC10U1)
Transcend 128GB SDXC Class 10 UHS-1 Flash Memory Card Up to 90MB/s (TS128GSDXC10U1)
Transcend 128GB SDXC Class 10 UHS-1 Flash Memory Card Up to 90MB/s (TS128GSDXC10U1)

Transcend 128GB SDXC Class 10 UHS-1 Flash Memory Card Up to 90MB/s (TS128GSDXC10U1)

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  • Supports Ultra High Speed Class 1 specification (U1)
  • Class 10 compliant
  • Fully compatible with SD 3.01 standards
  • Built-in Error Correcting Code (ECC) to detect and correct transfer errors
  • Supports Content Protection for Recordable Media (CPRM)
  • Easy to use, plug-and-play operation
  • Mechanical write-protection switch
  • Suitable for SDHC/SDXC compatible devices

Customer Reviews

So far so good. No issues at all. I was a little afraid to buy this card after reading some of the negative reviews. It is for a camera and I didn't want to lose my pictures or have other issues. Thus far, I have had no issues at all, thankfully. The card does exactly what it is supposed to do and I am able to transfer my photos and videos easily with no issues. If something should happen down the road, I absolutely will update and rerate but, right now, I am happy with the card and the price was really good at $12.99. 5This is my go to SD card for recording high ... This is my go to SD card for recording high bitrate files with my Panasonic GH3. At the highest bitrate file I can get about 2.5 hours of footage with no recording issues. When I've used lesser cards I'd have all kinds of buffer issues or it needing to stop because it wasn't fast enough to write to.The only con I have with this is that it's not 128 GB haha, I might have to upgrade soon and use this as my b-card. 5Handled GH4 4K quality without a hicupp I've used transcend for several years now. I had been using CF cards for cameras such as the 5D MK II and the 7D MK II. I shot an estimated amount of 72 events sucha as Weddings or Sweet 15's in the last couple years, not even including side jobs. I usually fill 2 32GB CF cards per event per camera. All Transcend brand.I recently changed my camera setup to Panasonic GH4's and they use this kind of cards. So far I've only shot 2 events with this cards and GH4's at 4K UHD quality. All I've got to say is that they take it in like nothing. Prior to shooting the events I ran a test to see if they would hold long shooting times in 4K. I needed at least 1hr for the camera to continuously record. It shoot 1hr 15min until I stopped it, the card was almost full anyways. After my tests I was confident to use them in real world scenario and they didn't let me down. For the price I wasn't really expecting them to hold up to 4K, but they handled the GH4 4K UHD quality at 100mbs which is around 12.5MB. The card claims it can handle up to 40MB writing and upward with compatible devices, so I guess I shouldn't be surprised they handled the GH4 4K as it is a compressed 4K. All I can say is that you can be confident that this card will handle your 1080p HD and can certainly be up to the task if you decided to record 4K with it, as long as the compression rate of the type of 4K you are filming is below the 40MB writing speed. 5This card (90MB/s), seems to be fast. Bench32 speed test at 45 MB/s write speed... 7-19-2015, Revision D:This Transcend 16GB, 600x (90 MB/s), seems to be fast. Bench32 speed test it at 45 MB/s Write speed (all that maters for a camera), and 84 MB/s Read speed...My older Transcend card, 4 GB x133 card was only 10 MB/s (write). I have quite few of these cards. The provided Fuji SD card (a class 6), was only 10-12 MB/s.The card reader used has read cards up to 60-80 MB/s (I cant remember. The card reader is connected to a USB3.0 internal connection (blue 19pin connector). It should be good for 100 MB/s or more. I'm not sure why I did not get 90 MB/s (maybe the 90, refers to the read speed, that its close to). O-well...The camera: Fuji HS-25-EXR.Card Reader: Silverstone Tek Premium 3.5-Inch Front Bay Card Reader with SDXC and USB 3.0 Support;http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B006Z394L2I think this maybe my fastest card. Not sure. Good luck... 5Failed after lite usage My Transcend 128GB (purchased January 2016) lasted just over a year before it completely failed -- that is various computers stopped recognizing it ("Please insert a disk into Removable Disk"). It was lightly used, primarily for temporary storage. No harsh conditions, accidents, etc. Disappointing. 2Memory Card stopped working after 2-3 uses. I purchased a Transcend 64GB for my Nikon DSLR. I loved it - it was fast, and held a lot of my pictures. I was so happy, I ordered another one. This second card, however, stopped working and cannot be read by my camera. Thank goodness I didn't take many pictures in one sitting - I only lost about 10.When I emailed Transcend about this issue, I was told to mail the product back. I will do that, but frankly feel that they should send me a new one due to the issue with the card. I had the card for less then a month, used it only 2-3 times. If they don't believe me, that is their prerogative and I will send in my old card. But I will likely use other memory cards in the future to avoid the inconvenience. 1Unreliable in my Canon 5d mk IV and mk III I've had two of the 64GB version of this card for a few years now. They regularly cause problems in my Canon 5d mk IV, and in the mk IV and mk III of my assistant. On insert, the camera says it can't access the card. Reinserting sometimes works, sometimes you have to resinsert it a few times. The worst is when the camera would lose access to this card in the middle of a job. Both cards exhibit the same behavior in the cameras mentioned. Reformatting in camera, low-level formatting in camera, and reformatting on my computer hasn't made any difference. I have been using Transcend for ages, and it's only this particular card that I have problems with, so unfortunately I've put them in the trash. 1good card, but not as fast as claimed. After testing with H2TESTW (free program to test SD/USB storage - google it) to verify capacity and speed of the card, I can say that it is in fact a 32gb card and not a fake. But 90MB/s? Don't make me laugh. Fastest write speed is 21.3MB/sec, and when using an SD card in a camera, write speed is what actually matters. The fastest I could read from the card was 56.1MB/sec - not too shabby at all. Great for when you're copying photos/videos from the card to your PC. Still not anywhere near 90MB/sec though.Since it can only write at 21MB/sec, that's why it's still a U1 card and not a U3 card. U3 can be written to at 30+MB/sec, per the specs on wikipedia.I'm not all down on this card - 21mb/sec isn't too shabby - it'll record 1080p video just fine. I'm only taking issue with their "90MB/sec" claim on the front of the label. 4Like the Energizer Bunny, keeps going and going and going... I have purchased several Transcend SD and SDHC cards over the years for their excellent quality and longevity.Years ago when I first had a need for SD cards I went with the perceived leader in flash memory tech. My first was a 500 MB card for a 5mp Konica-Minolta point and shoot camera and after one usage the card became corrupted and was unusable. Thinking it was a fluke, I then purchased another Sandisk SD card, this time a 1 GB card and once again, after only one use in the Konica-Minolta camera the card became corrupt and unusable. I knew it could not be the camera as the 128 MB card that came with the camera was still working after having to fill in from all the Sandisk failures. That's when I stumbled upon Transcend (~circa 2006?). For less money I was able to purchase larger cards than I could from Sandisk and to this day that first SD card is still working in my Konica-Minolta camera. I then graduated to a DSLR and my latest DSLR is a 16mp camera that also shoots 1080p video so I have the need for the SDHC cards. I also use them in my ASUS Transformer 10.1 tablet, microSD in the tablet itself and SDHC in the detachable keyboard. To date I have not had a failure in a Transcend flash memory card and I own 4 32GB, 1 16GB, 1 4GB and 3 2GB. Also just got another 2GB card for my Konica-Minolta before they are no longer available. 5Failed after very light use This SDXC card failed after very light use. It is within the warranty period as shown on the Transcend web site. It is not easy to get warranty info. I called the Silicon Valley office. They reffered me to the sales office in Southern California and gave me a name and extension. I left a message at the extension. I was never called back. I won't buy this brand again. Fortunately, I already transferred the images to a solid state drive, otherwise this would have been a disaster! 1
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Description
  • Supports Ultra High Speed Class 1 specification (U1)
  • Class 10 compliant
  • Fully compatible with SD 3.01 standards
  • Built-in Error Correcting Code (ECC) to detect and correct transfer errors
  • Supports Content Protection for Recordable Media (CPRM)
  • Easy to use, plug-and-play operation
  • Mechanical write-protection switch
  • Suitable for SDHC/SDXC compatible devices
Reviews

Customer Reviews

So far so good. No issues at all. I was a little afraid to buy this card after reading some of the negative reviews. It is for a camera and I didn't want to lose my pictures or have other issues. Thus far, I have had no issues at all, thankfully. The card does exactly what it is supposed to do and I am able to transfer my photos and videos easily with no issues. If something should happen down the road, I absolutely will update and rerate but, right now, I am happy with the card and the price was really good at $12.99. 5This is my go to SD card for recording high ... This is my go to SD card for recording high bitrate files with my Panasonic GH3. At the highest bitrate file I can get about 2.5 hours of footage with no recording issues. When I've used lesser cards I'd have all kinds of buffer issues or it needing to stop because it wasn't fast enough to write to.The only con I have with this is that it's not 128 GB haha, I might have to upgrade soon and use this as my b-card. 5Handled GH4 4K quality without a hicupp I've used transcend for several years now. I had been using CF cards for cameras such as the 5D MK II and the 7D MK II. I shot an estimated amount of 72 events sucha as Weddings or Sweet 15's in the last couple years, not even including side jobs. I usually fill 2 32GB CF cards per event per camera. All Transcend brand.I recently changed my camera setup to Panasonic GH4's and they use this kind of cards. So far I've only shot 2 events with this cards and GH4's at 4K UHD quality. All I've got to say is that they take it in like nothing. Prior to shooting the events I ran a test to see if they would hold long shooting times in 4K. I needed at least 1hr for the camera to continuously record. It shoot 1hr 15min until I stopped it, the card was almost full anyways. After my tests I was confident to use them in real world scenario and they didn't let me down. For the price I wasn't really expecting them to hold up to 4K, but they handled the GH4 4K UHD quality at 100mbs which is around 12.5MB. The card claims it can handle up to 40MB writing and upward with compatible devices, so I guess I shouldn't be surprised they handled the GH4 4K as it is a compressed 4K. All I can say is that you can be confident that this card will handle your 1080p HD and can certainly be up to the task if you decided to record 4K with it, as long as the compression rate of the type of 4K you are filming is below the 40MB writing speed. 5This card (90MB/s), seems to be fast. Bench32 speed test at 45 MB/s write speed... 7-19-2015, Revision D:This Transcend 16GB, 600x (90 MB/s), seems to be fast. Bench32 speed test it at 45 MB/s Write speed (all that maters for a camera), and 84 MB/s Read speed...My older Transcend card, 4 GB x133 card was only 10 MB/s (write). I have quite few of these cards. The provided Fuji SD card (a class 6), was only 10-12 MB/s.The card reader used has read cards up to 60-80 MB/s (I cant remember. The card reader is connected to a USB3.0 internal connection (blue 19pin connector). It should be good for 100 MB/s or more. I'm not sure why I did not get 90 MB/s (maybe the 90, refers to the read speed, that its close to). O-well...The camera: Fuji HS-25-EXR.Card Reader: Silverstone Tek Premium 3.5-Inch Front Bay Card Reader with SDXC and USB 3.0 Support;http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B006Z394L2I think this maybe my fastest card. Not sure. Good luck... 5Failed after lite usage My Transcend 128GB (purchased January 2016) lasted just over a year before it completely failed -- that is various computers stopped recognizing it ("Please insert a disk into Removable Disk"). It was lightly used, primarily for temporary storage. No harsh conditions, accidents, etc. Disappointing. 2Memory Card stopped working after 2-3 uses. I purchased a Transcend 64GB for my Nikon DSLR. I loved it - it was fast, and held a lot of my pictures. I was so happy, I ordered another one. This second card, however, stopped working and cannot be read by my camera. Thank goodness I didn't take many pictures in one sitting - I only lost about 10.When I emailed Transcend about this issue, I was told to mail the product back. I will do that, but frankly feel that they should send me a new one due to the issue with the card. I had the card for less then a month, used it only 2-3 times. If they don't believe me, that is their prerogative and I will send in my old card. But I will likely use other memory cards in the future to avoid the inconvenience. 1Unreliable in my Canon 5d mk IV and mk III I've had two of the 64GB version of this card for a few years now. They regularly cause problems in my Canon 5d mk IV, and in the mk IV and mk III of my assistant. On insert, the camera says it can't access the card. Reinserting sometimes works, sometimes you have to resinsert it a few times. The worst is when the camera would lose access to this card in the middle of a job. Both cards exhibit the same behavior in the cameras mentioned. Reformatting in camera, low-level formatting in camera, and reformatting on my computer hasn't made any difference. I have been using Transcend for ages, and it's only this particular card that I have problems with, so unfortunately I've put them in the trash. 1good card, but not as fast as claimed. After testing with H2TESTW (free program to test SD/USB storage - google it) to verify capacity and speed of the card, I can say that it is in fact a 32gb card and not a fake. But 90MB/s? Don't make me laugh. Fastest write speed is 21.3MB/sec, and when using an SD card in a camera, write speed is what actually matters. The fastest I could read from the card was 56.1MB/sec - not too shabby at all. Great for when you're copying photos/videos from the card to your PC. Still not anywhere near 90MB/sec though.Since it can only write at 21MB/sec, that's why it's still a U1 card and not a U3 card. U3 can be written to at 30+MB/sec, per the specs on wikipedia.I'm not all down on this card - 21mb/sec isn't too shabby - it'll record 1080p video just fine. I'm only taking issue with their "90MB/sec" claim on the front of the label. 4Like the Energizer Bunny, keeps going and going and going... I have purchased several Transcend SD and SDHC cards over the years for their excellent quality and longevity.Years ago when I first had a need for SD cards I went with the perceived leader in flash memory tech. My first was a 500 MB card for a 5mp Konica-Minolta point and shoot camera and after one usage the card became corrupted and was unusable. Thinking it was a fluke, I then purchased another Sandisk SD card, this time a 1 GB card and once again, after only one use in the Konica-Minolta camera the card became corrupt and unusable. I knew it could not be the camera as the 128 MB card that came with the camera was still working after having to fill in from all the Sandisk failures. That's when I stumbled upon Transcend (~circa 2006?). For less money I was able to purchase larger cards than I could from Sandisk and to this day that first SD card is still working in my Konica-Minolta camera. I then graduated to a DSLR and my latest DSLR is a 16mp camera that also shoots 1080p video so I have the need for the SDHC cards. I also use them in my ASUS Transformer 10.1 tablet, microSD in the tablet itself and SDHC in the detachable keyboard. To date I have not had a failure in a Transcend flash memory card and I own 4 32GB, 1 16GB, 1 4GB and 3 2GB. Also just got another 2GB card for my Konica-Minolta before they are no longer available. 5Failed after very light use This SDXC card failed after very light use. It is within the warranty period as shown on the Transcend web site. It is not easy to get warranty info. I called the Silicon Valley office. They reffered me to the sales office in Southern California and gave me a name and extension. I left a message at the extension. I was never called back. I won't buy this brand again. Fortunately, I already transferred the images to a solid state drive, otherwise this would have been a disaster! 1
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