Eye-Fi 16GB Pro X2 Card Announced

Eye-Fi 16GB Pro X2

Eye-Fi has unveiled a new 16GB Pro X2 SD card, which also sports a Class 10 designation. As you may know, Eye-Fi cards allow you to wirelessly transmit your images from your camera to your computer, tablet or smartphone over a WiFi network.  The Pro X2 cards also allow transfer of RAW files and can be configured to free up space after photos have transferred off the card.

The new 16GB Pro X2 cards run $99.99 and are available here at Amazon.  Additionally, Eye-Fi dropped the price on 8GB Pro X2 cards to $79.99 to make room for the 16GB models at the top of the food chain.

Sony 16GB Class 10 UHS-I SDHC Card (2-Pack) for $31.95 – Deal Alert

Sony 16GB Class 10 UHS-I SDHC Card

B&H currently has a deal on a 2-pack of Sony 16GB UHS-I Class 10 SDHC cards for $31.95.  These are rated with max write speeds of 45MB/s and max read speeds of 94MB/s, which is pretty darn fast for a SD card – especially at this price.

The standard price for just 1 of these cards is $31.95.  I’m not sure how long this deal on the 2-pack will last, but get it while you can here at B&H Photo.

The Class 10 rating is a rating intended for evaluating video capture performance.  In this case, Class 10 is the fastest rating currently available for video performance, which means these will work with just about every HD video camera on the market today.  For a more detailed explanation of SD card classes and speed ratings, check out my prior article on Demystifying SD Cards.

Sony 32GB Class 10 SDHC Card for $21.99 – Deal Alert

Sony 32GB Class 10 SDHC

B&H has a Sony 32GB Class 10 SDHC card on sale for $21.99 through August 25.  Check it out here at B&H Photo.

The Class 10 rating is a rating intended for evaluating video capture performance.  In this case, Class 10 is the fastest rating currently available for video performance, which means these will work with just about every HD video camera on the market today.  For a more detailed explanation of SD card classes and speed ratings, check out my prior article on Demystifying SD Cards.