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lineup_microSD and SD cards

Samsung has announced new lines of SD and microSD cards. They will be available in┬áPRO, EVO and Standard categories. [click to continue…]

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Lexar Pro 32GB 2-Pack SDHC

B&H has a 2-pack of Lexar Professional 32GB SDHC cards for $72.95 (reg. $89.95). Check them out while the deal lasts here at B&H Photo.

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Transcend Speed UHS-I Class 3 SD Cards

Transcend has launched two new product lines of SD cards with UHS-I Speed Class 3 ratings, which provide a minimum sustained write speed of 30MB/s. The higher minimum write speed meets the requirements of 4K video capture from existing 4K cameras like the Sony FDR-AX100, Panasonic Lumix GH4 and Canon EOS C500. [click to continue…]

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Fuji 32GB SDHC Class 10

B&H has a Fuji Class 10 32GB SDHC card for $14.95 (reg. $28.67) with free shipping in the US. There is a limited supply at this price. Check it out here at B&H Photo.

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SanDisk’s new high-speed Extreme Pro UHS-II cards are now available for pre-order.

Recall that this new line gets its major speed boost from the UHS-II bus interface. Most SD-compatible cameras currently on the market support UHS-I, at best. The only camera so far to support UHS-II is the new Fuji X-T1.

The new SanDisk UHS-II cards offer write speeds up to 250MB/s and read speeds up to 280MB/s. The Speed Class 3 rating delivers a minimum sustained write speed of 30MB/s, which is relevant to video shooters since it allows capture of the compressed 4K video formats we are starting to see on cameras. Expect this to become a bigger theme this year. [click to continue…]

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SanDisk has released new UHS-II SD cards with write speeds up to 250MB/s and read speeds up to 280MB/s. This new line gets its major speed boost from the UHS-II bus interface. Most SD-compatible cameras currently on the market support UHS-I, at best; however, we are just starting to see new cameras with UHS-II support (like the Fuji X-T1).

The new UHS-II bus interface offers the ability to build cards with up to 312MB/s transfer speeds, which is a big jump from the maximum theoretical speeds on the UHS-I interface at 104MB/s. [click to continue…]

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