ProGrade Digital 256GB UHS-II SDXC Memory Card (2-Pack)

ProGrade Digital 256GB UHS-II SDXC Memory Card (2-Pack)

ProGrade Digital 256GB UHS-II SDXC Memory Card (2-Pack)

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Product Highlights

  • 256GB Storage Capacity
  • UHS-II / V60 / U3 / Class 10
  • Max Read Speed: 200 MB/s
  • Max Write Speed: 80 MB/s
  • Min Write Speed: 60 MB/s
  • Records Full HD, 3D, and 4K Video
  • Built-In Write-Protect Switch
  • Can Withstand Extreme Temperatures
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Video Speed Class: V60

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The 256GB UHS-II SDXC Memory Card (2-Pack) from ProGrade Digital features a storage capacity of 256GB and takes advantage of the UHS-II bus to support maximum read speeds of 200 MB/s and maximum write speeds of 80 MB/s. This card has also been designed with the V60 Video Speed Class rating, which guarantees minimum write speeds of at least 60 MB/s, allowing the card to be optimized for 4K, 3D, and Full HD video capture, as well as raw photos and rapid-fire bursts.

UHS-II cards achieve their speed through an extra row of pins and while this card has been designed for cameras that are UHS-II / V60 compatible, it may be used in devices that do not support UHS-II / V60. However, bear in mind that this card will then default to your device's speed class and bus rating, such as UHS-II and V30, which supports minimum write speeds of 30 MB/s, or UHS-I and U3, which also supports minimum write speeds of 30 MB/s. If your device does not support U3, this card is compatible with the U1 and Class 10 standards, each of which guarantee minimum write speeds of 10 MB/s.

Built for extreme conditions, ProGrade Digital's 256GB UHS-II SDXC Memory Card (2-Pack) is able to withstand temperatures from -13 to 185°F, allowing you to take this card with you into extreme environments, such as snow and deserts. A built-in write protect switch helps to safeguard your content from being erased.

UPC: 853229008322
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ProGrade Digital 256GB UHS-II SDXC Memory Card (2-Pack)
  • Limited 3-Year Warranty
  • Table of Contents
    • 1Description
    Card Type SDXC
    Storage Capacity 256 GB
    Bus Type UHS-II
    Speed Class 10
    UHS Speed Class U3
    Video Speed Class V60
    Data Transfer Read Speed 200 MB/s Maximum
    Write Speed 80 MB/s Maximum
    Write Speed 60 MB/s Minimum
    Operating Temperature -13 to 185°F/ -25 to 85°C
    Storage Temperature -40 to 185°F/ -40 to 85°C
    Built-in Write-Protect Switch Yes
    Wireless Capability None
    File System Not Specified by Manufacturer
    Packaging Infofxvyuswcsfdrdzrrttswxfa
    Package Weight 0.05 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 4.0 x 2.0 x 1.0"
    256GB UHS-II SDXC Memory Card (2-Pack) is rated 2.7 out of 5 by 6.
    Rated 1 out of 5 by from Both cards failed within 2 weeks Seeing the specs for these cards, they should work just fine in the Panasonic EVA1, but after about 100GB of footage written to them, both cards failed spectacularly. The first card was recording at 150Mbps, and after about an hour, just stopped. It couldn't be recognized by the camera or the PC and all the footage was lost. The second card was then tested immediately afterwards with the exact same results. It recorded fine for the first 1/3 of the card, then failed. Once inserted into the computer they only read as 7.61GB. I've tried multiple recovery methods, and then just trying to format the cards with no results. They are absolutely useless now.
    Date published: 2018-06-17
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Responded well to testing Bought these for my EVA1 to meet the v60 requirement for All-I 400mbps capture. Both 256GB cards formatted without issue. No warnings about compatibility when loaded like you see with some other cards. Each will hold 85mins of DCI 4K, 400mbps All-I, 23.976fps. 170mins total. I burned off short clips of a few minutes in duration to both cards. Played clips back. No errors. Went for long takes of more than 60 mins next.� First card successfully captured an uninterrupted 81 minute 400mbps All-I clip. Second card ran in slot 2 for 83 minutes without issue. Then I swapped the cards so they'd each be in a different slot and set recording to "simultaneous". Filled both cards with an identical 82 minute unbroken clip. Again, 400mbps, All-I, DCI 4K at 23.976fps. Happy to report things look promising for these SD cards. A few days later, I was hired to shoot an EPK piece.� Threw everything at these cards: high frame rates, All-I, LongGOP, simultaneous capture... they performed without issue.
    Date published: 2018-04-22
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Working with Panasonic EVA1 400Mb/s recording We purchased this two-pack for being the most affordable and fully compatible cards for our camera's 4K video recordings. We tested both cards before using them for work and so far we haven't encountered any issues. Something to note: ProGrade looked into failures that were being reported and identified a firmware update to discourage/prevent these failures.
    Date published: 2018-07-15
    Rated 1 out of 5 by from Corrupted my Panasonic EVA-1 Footage within a week I got these cards as they were rated high enough to be able to handle Panasonic EVA-1's 400mbps 4K codec but as soon as I put them into my EVA-1, it started showing up errors. After a bunch of formatting and reformatting, it finally started working. However, about a week later when I used them for an actual shoot, after about 2 hours of shooting, the cards showed and error and again, and wouldn't even show up on my computer. They were completely rendered useless and corrupt and I lost all the footage. I would recommend going with a V90 card and maybe smaller size as well as that may have added to the instability, but for a card that says it should work on the EVA-1, I was highly disappointed.
    Date published: 2018-07-03
    Rated 3 out of 5 by from Not As Fast As Hoped I was in need of a replacement XQD card for my Nikon D500.� After some searching realized my best bet was to get another fast SD card. This cards speed when I throw a lot of bursts at it (live bird flight shows) was not as fast as hoped and "needed" and will continue to look for a faster card in hopes of one that can keep up with my shooting like my XQD cards can.� Fir the average shooter who only does 5 to 7 frames in burst its a great card but when you through 10fps for 30 frames it can't clear the buffer fast enough.
    Date published: 2018-05-31
    Rated 1 out of 5 by from Don't buy these cards!!! I bought 4X 256gb v60's to shoot timelapse (total over $650. Shooting 1 frame per second on two of the cards with no sidecars (just RAW 36mp) on my Canon 5dMkIV and both cards fail on two separate cameras. Err 002. Cards partition was lost drive converted to raw and even running a slew of high quality data rescue programs (ease, testdisk, cmd) the shots are lost. Never in all my time shooting have I had this spectacular of a failure with my media. I've had data bottle necks, buffer lock ups but never a complete card failure; even if the write speed is too slow (which it isnt in this particular situation why would the card be corrupted? Perhaps there is a bad batch of sd cards? I even ran a test on the 3rd card and the same exact thing happened. Many hours of work down the drain. Very disappointed and angry
    Date published: 2018-06-27
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