Twice as fast as ordinary SDHC and SDXC cards to take better pictures and Full HD videos with your compact to mid-range point and shoot cameras and camcorders. With SanDisk Ultra UHS-I cards you’ll benefit from faster downloads, high capacity, and better performance to capture and store high quality pictures and Full HD video. Take advantage of ultra-fast read speeds of up to 80MB/s to save time moving photos and videos from the card to your computer. SanDisk Ultra UHS-I cards are water proof, temperature proof, X-ray proof, shock proof, compatible with SDHC and SDXC digital devices, and come with a 10-year limited warranty.

Product Features

  • Great choice for compact to mid-range point and shoot cameras
  • Twice As Fast As Ordinary SDHC Cards, Allowing You To Take Pictures And Transfer Files Quickly
  • Exceptional video recording performance with Class 10 rating for Full HD video (1080p)
  • Quick transfer speeds up to 80MB/s and Waterproof, temperature-proof, X-ray proof, magnet-proof, shockproof
  • 10-year limited warranty


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This article has 2 comments

  1. Sporty

    An upgrade in READ speed, write speeds vary The SanDisk Ultra 80MB/s is a new card that replaces the Ultra 40MB/s. The 80MB/s is the read speed only. SanDisk refers to the write speed as Class 10, which means the card maintains at least 10MB/s continuous write, but does not state a maximum write speed. I tested the following Ultra 80MB/s cards: (2) 32GB, 64GB and 128GB and compare with the previous Ultra 40MB/s cards. I use CrystalDiskMark benchmark (5 passes, 1GB random data) and USB 3.0 card reader.SanDisk Ultra 80MB/s (new…

  2. EmbeddedFlyer

    SanDisk Reliablity And Decent Performance SanDisk cards, unless they’re fake clones, nearly always perform near the top of their class. And, despite having used a few dozen of them over the years, some of which have been filled/downloaded/erased 100+ times, I’ve never had a single failure or corrupted file. And that’s in sharp contrast to having had many failures from lesser cards that have had much less use. During a vacation in Bryce Canyon, for example, I filled my SanDisk card while out for the day and switched to a backup…

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