to make sure this fits.
Up to 95MB/sec speed for the ultimate transfer rates
Ideal for High Performance DSLR cameras and HD camcorders, especially for ultra fast action shots, sports video, HD video and other professional-quality photography
Class 10 UHS-I, U3 performance allows burst-mode shooting, Full HD and 4K Ultra HD video recording
Reliable & Durable: Magnet Proof, Shock Proof, Temperature Proof, Waterproof; Compatible with SDHC and SDXC devices; Backed by Lifetime Limited Warranty
Stores approximately 91,024 photos so you can shoot more shots with fewer downloads
Where fast just got faster. PNY Elite Performance SDXC Flash Memory: PNY’s new line of Elite Performance SDXC flash memory cards are the perfect solution for photographers and videographers utilizing advanced DSLR cameras, and 3D/HD camcorders. They are our fastest SDXC cards yet, with transfer speeds up to 95MB/s. You’ll be ready to capture ultra-fast action shots and HD video without missing a beat. These cards and are built with UHS-1 (Ultra High Speed) bus interfaces for getting the optimal performance out of your camera/camcorder. SDHC works differently than the standard SD card, this format (SDHC) is not backwards compatible with legacy SD format devices. SDHC cards can only work with SDHC compatible devices. To ensure compatibility, look for the SDHC logo on the packaging. Please check with your device manufacturer for their current/future supported SDHC devices.
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|Screen Size||10 centimeters|
|Item model number||P-SDX256U395-GE|
|Item Weight||0.16 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||0.1 x 1.2 x 0.9 inches|
|Item Dimensions L x W x H||0.08 x 1.25 x 0.94 inches|
3,434 customer reviews
4.3 out of 5 stars
|Best Sellers Rank||
#45 in Computers & Accessories > Computer Accessories > Memory Cards > SD & SDHC Cards
|Shipping Weight||0.8 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)|
|Domestic Shipping||Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.|
|International Shipping||This item can be shipped to select countries outside of the U.S. Learn More|
|Date First Available||April 28, 2015|
March 27, 2016
August 16, 2015
Good price and no glitches — excellent product.
June 2, 2016 edit: I’ve now used this card for a month, extensively shooting 4K video. There has not been one glitch with this card — excellent performance at a great price.
May 19, 2017 edit: The record lock slider on this SD card fell out around May 1, 2017. Granted, I use my camera a lot and have this SD card in and out often. Still, once the record lock slider fell out, I could no longer shoot stills or videos… I could only read what was already on the SD card. I contacted PNY’s customer service, which said to provide proof of purchase (my Amazon invoice) and to send it back. I just received a replacement SD card, which is the second photo below. I was disappointed that the first SD card failed, but PNY came through promptly with a replacement — good for PNY!
April 3, 2017
If you just need 64GB’s for everything up to 1080p60 at 50-60Mbps and this card is cheaper than Sandisk, Sony, or Lexar then you are absolutely fine, most of you will be shooting AVCHD at 24-28Mbps anyways but if you need true UHS-I or near UHS-II performance look elsewhere.
Because I tend to upload photos to my computer fairly often, this 32 GB size is plenty big enough for me. I rarely approach a full memory card. If, however, you tend to go for long stretches and/or take thousands of photos before returning to a computer, you might want to consider a larger capacity for, IMO, not much more money.
I’ve found PNY to be a reliable brand, which is why I bought this card when I decided a needed a spare card. It has now become my main SDHC card with a 90 MB/sec one as a backup.
— Debbie Lee Wesselmann
April 21, 2018
I just ran F3 a testing utility. We got
Average writing speed: 65.25 MB/s
Cool, but the package says Up To 95 MB/s. Granted that is likely the peek max, not the average, but we the users want to know if it will actually work for 4k video. That said, it does go above and beyond its “technical” classification. (those useless symbols that are greek to even most engineers on the card) The SD XC, with a roman numeral one, or “I” means its rated for 12.5-104mb. Which is pretty useless. The clas U3 on the chip means it has a Minimum of 30 MB/s, which is equal to a v30 for video.
TLDR, the fine print it is running to spec but clearly deceptive in it’s perceived performance by its packaging.. But maybe look for a class 2 card, or a Video class of 60 or above. If you don’t have a mirrorless and you aren’t doing 4k video, then buy a cheaper card than this.