Adorama has another deal on Samsung SDHC and SDXC cards.
Learn more about SD card ratings and types: Demystifying SD Cards
Class 10 cards deliver on speed for HD video capture, which goes along with the size advantage of the SDXC spec. For more details on what all the classes and card specs mean, check out my resource article Demystifying SD Cards.
SanDisk has announced a new 64GB Extreme Pro SDXC UHS-I card to complement the existing line of 8GB to 32GB UHS-I cards announced earlier this year. With a max write speed of 90MB/s and 95MB/s read speed, the new 64GB UHS-I card blows away the Extreme Pro UHS-I cards that were announced in January, which clocked in at 45MB/s. [Read more...]
Lexar’s Professional 133x SDXC cards are now shipping in the jumbo sizes of 64GB and 128GB. These new SDXC cards carry retail prices of $199 and $329, respectively. (Although, the street prices are substantially less. See below.)
Find them at the following links:
Lexar 128GB SDXC Card: Adorama
Kingston has just launched a 64GB Class 10 SDXC card that touts a 60MB/s read speed and a 35MB/s write speed. The new card carries a rather steep retail price tag of $499.
I don’t know about you, but I’ll stick with using two 32GB cards until the price comes down a bit.
You can read up on all the specs of the new SDXC card in the press release below. [Read more...]
Panasonic introduced new SDXC cards in 64GB and 48GB capacities at CES 2010.
SDXC cards are a new standard from the SD Association that allows for capacities ranging from 64GB to 2TB. SDXC cards also have a speed advantage over the SDHC format. The SDXC format has a theoretical speed of 104MB/s to potentially 300MB/s in the future.
It is important to note that SDXC cards are not compatible with camera models that are not specifically designed with the SDXC format in mind.
The Panasonic 64GB SDXC card carries an initial retail price of $599.95, while the 48GB SDXC card has an initial retail price of $449.95.
More details in the press release below. [Read more...]