Fast speeds for DSLR shooters
If you are the sort of photography buff that likes to shoot lots of high resolutions images and HD video using a high-end DSLR camera that supports the UHS-I specification, SanDisk has a new memory card for you. The card has support for the new SD 3.0 specs and supports up to 45MB/sec read and write speeds.
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The memory card uses the SanDisk proprietary Power Core Controller. The card is aimed at people using UHS-enabled cameras like the Nikon D7000. The UHS speed Class 1 classification has a minimum continuous write speed of 10MB/sec making for some really fast burst shooting.
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The card has 32GB of storage and uses automatic ECC engine that San Disk offers. The card also comes in 8GB and a few other capacities in between the 8GB and 32GB offerings. The prices for the cards range from $109.99 to $349.99.