B&H has the Sony 32GB Class 10 UHS-I card for $13.95 and the 64GB SDXC memory card for $26.95, as well as several other SD card deals through Dec. 10. Check them all out here at B&H Photo.
Amazon has a great deal on SanDisk Extreme U3 cards, which are capable of recording 4K footage in cameras like the new Panasonic GH4 and LX100. The 64GB version is $34.99 and the 32GB version is $17.49 as one of Amazon’s Black Friday deals for a few more hours.
The deals expire at midnight PST (or 3AM ET). Check them out along with several other SanDisk deals while they last here on Amazon.com.
Lexar recently announced two new lines of SD cards featuring the new UHS-II bus with read transfer speeds up to 300MB/s. Lexar is marketing the two lines as 2000x and 1000x models. [Read more...]
Toshiba has announced a new line of Exceria SD cards, which are currently available in sizes up to 64GB – with a 128GB model coming in January 2015. The new cards are UHS-I Speed Class 3 cards, which means they provide a minimum write speed of 30MB/s and are capable of recording 4K video on many current 4K cameras.
The new cards also provide read speeds up to 95MB/s and write speeds up to 60MB/s.
Several sizes are available – 16GB, 32GB and 64GB – and range from $59.99 up to $179.99. Check them out here on Amazon.com.
These cards have a max read/write speed of 45MB/s and are UHS-I Class 10 cards for a 10MB/s minimum sustained write speed that will accommodate HD video capture. For more info on SD card specifications and usage type, see my prior post Demystifying SD Cards.