SanDisk 16GB SDHC Memory Card Extreme Class 10

SanDisk 16GB SDHC Memory Card Extreme Class 10

SanDisk 16GB SDHC Memory Card Extreme Class 10

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Product Highlights

  • 16GB Data Storage Capacity
  • Class 10 Speed
  • Read Speed: 30MB/s
  • Min. Write Speed: 10MB/s
  • Lifetime Limited Warranty
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SanDisk SDSDRX3016G Overview

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The SanDisk 16GB SDHC Memory Card Extreme Class 10 is designed specifically for high-end, professional photographers who work under extreme conditions and expect the very best in products and support services. This SDHC Card has a minimum of 30 MB/s sequential data transfer speed (based on SanDisk internal testing), which allows for faster capturing of large image files to the card, faster viewing of images and faster data transfer rates. The card can store up to about 4.0 hr of HD video.

This SanDisk Secure Digital High Capacity (SDHC) Memory Card can be used in a variety of digital products including digital music players, cellular phones, handheld PCs, digital cameras, digital video camcorders, smart phones, car navigation systems and electronic books that conform to the SD 2.00 specification (rated Class 10 for speed and performance). The SDHC Card also contains a security feature for the protection of copyrighted data, and the card has a lifetime warranty.

Cutting Edge Technology
Features ESP Technology (Enhanced Super-Parallel Processing Technology), which provides best-in-class performance.
Full HD Video Recording
Store up to approximately 4.0 hr HD video
Tested in extreme temperature ranges from -13 to +185° Fahrenheit, so it can be used to shoot photos in any weather condition.
Built with industrial-grade RTV for rugged use, shock and vibration tested.
Data Recovery Software
Get a free download of RescuePRO software to recover photos or other files that are accidentally deleted.
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SanDisk 16GB SDHC Memory Card Extreme Class 10
  • Limited Lifetime Warranty
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    SanDisk SDSDRX3016G Specs

    Class Rating Class 10
    Capacity 16 GB
    Data Transfer Speed 30 MB/s
    Video Full HD video recording: Store up to 4.0 hr (approx.) of H.264 video at 9.0 Mbps
    HD still consecutive recording

    Results will vary based on file size, resolution, compression, bit rate, content, host device, pre-loaded files and other factors

    Packaging Info
    Package Weight 0.1 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 7.0 x 4.5 x 0.2"

    SanDisk SDSDRX3016G Reviews

    16GB SDHC Memory Card Extreme Class 10 is rated 4.8 out of 5 by 531.
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Reliable, but speedy only for downloads It is a reliable card that just works. I'm using it in a Canon 60D. Unfortunately, the 60D is limited to about 21MB/s write rate. This card doesn't clear camera buffer any faster than a 20MB/s card. You only get 30MB/s downloading files to a PC (I use an external USB 3.0 reader).
    Date published: 2011-11-29
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Trusted Card I own three of these cards now and plan to buy more. I try to shoot everything on my SanDisk cards because, simply, I trust them. I've never lost any data from a SanDisk card, nor had any issues whatsoever. They may be a little pricier than the competition, but when you ask yourself if when you're trying to capture that once-in-a-lifetime magical moment as a photo or on video, or spending hundreds or thousands of dollars to get a crew on set for a shoot, why would you risk that moment or all that preparation by settling for a low quality memory card? Don't let something so small and relatively inexpensive be the weakest link that allows the chain to break.
    Date published: 2011-09-19
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from A Must-Have for DSLR HD Video I purchased this card to use with my Canon T1i DSLR for both photography and video because of its Class 6 Rating. The read/write speed is necessary to keep up with the recording and in-camera playback of HD video on a Canon DSLR. In addition, I've found that when taking still images I can take more pictures with continuous shooting using this card than I could using a Class 4 or lower card. Its not just a gimmick It will make a difference.
    Date published: 2010-08-03
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great memory card I bought this card as a storage device for my Canon T2i DSLR. As a class 10 card, it works great. I have not experienced any problems with it. The only delay I encountered when using it was between shots when shooting in continuous shooting mode while the camera was set to RAW capture. However, this was an expected delay since RAW files for an 18 megapixel camera are huge. It worked fine with no delay with the next highest setting. Overall, this is a great product and can easily handle a day of heavy shooting. When used with the T2i it can store about 610 pictures when set to RAW and obviously many more for the lower memory capture settings on the camera.
    Date published: 2012-03-15
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from The Lamborghini of Memory cards I use these in a Canon 60D and occasionally a GoPro HD for video only. I am not sure about the HD VIDEO spec; I think this is simply rebranded packaging from the identical-spec cards I have without that claim. Anyway, you get what you pay for , and with SanDisk it's been reliability in all CF and SDHC cards I have used. I work with a shooter who cheaped out with a discount brand and actually lost interview footage from a $2500 shoot day. People used to insist ONLY Kodak film so it's funny how they cheap out on reusable media that by the picture or video minute is almost free anyway. Also, I got these cards in the 2-pack for additional savings. Highly recommended.
    Date published: 2011-09-07
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Best in class card I am very impressed with this card. It works way much better in video recording (in my canon 60D) when compared to my Transcend class 10 card. When I do video recording in my camera using the transcend card, it stops after just 10 seconds. The sandisk card doesn't have this problem. It continues to record without any noticeable lag. I got two of this all for $ and I thought it was a great deal.
    Date published: 2011-07-12
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent SDHC Memory Card I bought 2 San Disk SDHC Cards: 16GB Class 10 and 16GB Class 6 for my new Nikon D7000 with two SD memory compartments. I configured the camera as follows: - the class 10 card for photo; - the class 6 for video. Enough memory space for my day of shooting - a few hundred max resolution and size JPEG or 12-bits lossless RAW stills, and occasional short (a few minutes) video. Both cards are fast enough, even when shooting in burst mode. San Disk has always been a well a reliable manufacturer of memory cards. Class 6 (10) - minimum sustainable transfer rate, namely 6MB/s (10MB/s). 20MB/s (30MB/s) - maximum transfer rate. When it comes to transfer (read/write speed), the relevant limiting factors are not only the parameters of the card, e.g. class 6 with 20MB/s or class 10 with 30MB/s. The buffer (RAM volatile memory) of the camera also plays a significant role. Here is my understanding of how this works for the Nikon D7000, or a similar, or better/faster camera: - as the manual indicates, the Nikon D7000 can buffer up to 31 Fine, Large Size JPEG (size 7.4MB) stills. Assuming I shoot at 6fps (frames per second), all 7.4 x 6 = 44.4MB will be buffered/processed, and then written to a class 10 card in 44.4/30 = 1.48s. Since it takes 1s to shoot these stills, and buffering+writing start the moment I initiate shooting, the wait time interval between this burst and a potentially new burst or single shot is expected to be less than 1s. (approx 1.48 - 1 = 0.48s). About 16GB/7.6MB = 2015 such stills can be stored on a 16GB card. Nikon suggests less (813 for a 8GB card), probably because not all 8GB (16GB respectively) are available for storage; - as the manual indicates, the Nikon D7000 can buffer up to 10 NEF (RAW), Lossless compressed 14-bit (size 19.4MB) stills. Assuming I shoot at 6fps, all 19.4 x 6 = 116.4MB will be buffered/processed, and then written to a class 10 card in 116.4/30 = 3.88s. For the same reasons mentioned above, the wait time interval between this burst and a potentially new burst or single shot is expected to be less than 3s. (approx 3.888 - 1 = 2.88s). About 16GB/19.4MB = 824 such stills can be stored on a 16GB card. Nikon suggests less (223 for a 8GB card), probably because not all 8GB (16GB, respectively) are available for storage I chose a class 6 at 20MB/s for video, because I reasoned that storing of video (even 1080 HD) information is less demanding than storing of stills (much less resolution/size per frame). The Nikon D7000 can shoot 1080p at 24fps and 720p at 30fps, and can buffer up to 20min of video formated MOV - H.264/MPEG-4 AVC.
    Date published: 2011-02-01
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Speed At Its Best This SDHC is an excellent match for my Nikon D5100 while taking photos in RAW and JPEG-Fine format. It is also an Extreme performer when shooting video in 1080P mode. I experience absolutely no delays nor glitches while shooting. The read-write speed is every bit as fast as advertised when downloading my camera files to my computer. I've used several Sandisk memory products over the years, and have never been disappointed. The 16G Extreme SDHC Memory Card is no exception.
    Date published: 2011-10-10
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