SANDISK EXTREME SDHC 32GB 90MB/S UHS1 C10 U3
Extreme speeds for burst shooting fast transfer and 4K UHD
Extreme speeds to catch your best shots. UHS Video Speed Class 30 (V30) and UHS Speed Class 3 (U3) allow you to record in 4K UHD taking your videos to next-level resolution. Available in a storage capacities of 32GB-256GB and with read speeds of up to 90MB/s for fast transfer these cards are compatible with SDHC and SDXC supporting devices and come with a lifetime limited warranty.
Extreme write speeds of up to 60MB/s Capture shots quickly with write speeds of up to 60MB/s. SanDisk Extreme SDHC and SDXC UHS-I Cards let you shoot multiple frames per second making it an ideal choice for fast-action or continuous burst mode photography. Maximize efficiency with up to 90MB/s read speeds With extremely fast read speeds of up to 90MB/s this memory card lets you transfer high-resolution images or 4K UHD videos from your DSLR or camcorder to your computer without a long wait. 4k UHD Ready With UHS Video Speed Class 30 (V30) for 32GB-256GB cards and UHS Speed Class 3 (U3) ratings the SanDisk Extreme SDHC and SDXC UHS-I Cards let you capture uninterrupted 4K UHD and Full HD video. This makes it ideal for recording outdoor adventures weekend trips or sporting events without dropping frames. Easy file recovery with rescuepro deluxe software The card comes with a RescuePRO Deluxe data recovery software download offer. This software makes it easy to recover files that have been accidentally deleted (download required).
Specifications Capacity: 32GB Performance/speed: Up to 90MB/s* read speeds SDXC card dimension: 0.94 inch x 1.25 inch x 0.08 inch (24Êmm x 32Êmm x 2.1Êmm) Operating temperature:ÊÐ13¼F to 185¼F (-25¼C to 85¼C) Storage temperature:ÊÐ40¼F to 185¼F (-40¼C to 85¼C) Compatibility: For SDHC (16Ð32GB) cardsÊÐ compatible with all SDHC/SDXC and SDHC-I/SDXC-I (UHS-I) enabled host devices. For SDXC (64Ð256GB) cardsÊÐ compatible with SDXC and SDXC-I (UHS-I) enabled host devices. Security: Built-in write-protect switch prevents accidental dataÊloss