if I was buying one of these Sandisk SD cards I'd always go for the 64Gb SDXC Extreme card instead, as it holds twice as many files and is generally better value per Gb storage (the 32GB being £15 and the 64GB being £27 as I write). Rated at nominally 90MB/s these Sandisk SD Extreme cards are more than fast enough for photo and hi-def 1080 video capture, so 5* (for 4K Ultra High Definition 3840x2160 video capture Sandisk recommend their faster & more expensive Extreme Pro SD cards, although this Extreme's blister pack also has the 4k Ultra HD compatible logo). The headline 90MBps is the read speed, not the write speed which is 'up to' 40MBps. My semi-pro Canon Legria HFG25 camcorder has two of these 32GB Extreme cards fitted, each shooting video for 4.2 hours in FXP mode or 2.9 hours in best MXP (Blu-ray) quality, and the SD cards work perfectly, even seamlessly auto-switching as one card fills up.
|Name||SanDisk Extreme 64 GB SDXC Class 10 Memory Card up to 90 Mbps with U3 Ratings, Frustration Free Packaging SDSDXNE-064G-GNCIN|