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SanDisk Ultra microSDXC UHS-I 64GB with Adapter 80MB/s $22 Delivered @ Wireless 1

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Ideal for Android™ smartphones and tablets
Transfer speeds of up to 80MB/s*
Featuring Class 10 for Full HD video (1080p)1
Waterproof, X-ray proof, temperature proof and shockproof2
Ten-year warranty3

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    • +2 votes

      48MB/s vs 80MB/s

      • +9 votes

        My bad

        • +5 votes

          That's the good thing about OzBargain - people will always point out our mistakes😀

          For $3 more this is a better deal if speed & current availability matters.

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          @Infidel: Definitely. Strange the cards looks exactly the same, yet have different speeds.

        • +2 votes

          @bradenpd:
          New vs old cards I think

        • +1 vote

          yes has to do with batches and stock …. old stock vs new stock. It's the read speed so ok for watching movies or loading apps from, if you want it for taking pictures, you might need the extreme as they have faster write speeds.

  • +2 votes

    Any deals for U3 microSD card?Looking to get one for my new GoPro,will need a card good for 4k video.

    • +1 vote

      So this will work in new go pro, but only up to 1080 recording?

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        No, this card will work fine in a GoPro.

        You do not need a U3 card to record 4K video - you only need a U3 card to record high-bitrate video, be it full HD or 4K. Bitrate and resolution are two different things.

  • +2 votes

    Good buy I reckon. Thanks Jase2801.
    80MB/s vs 48MB/s for $3 more is worthwhile.
    Also, of the 100 at 48MB/s, it may well be that none are left as it came up with a higher price ($28.00) for me at Shopping Express.

    • +3 votes

      That deal starts 8pm AEDT, this is currently available.

  • +2 votes

    X-ray proof…

    Good, that nosy Superman can just mind his own dicky beeswax!

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    Would this be ok to use in the Canon EOS M10 bought during the JB HIFI price error https://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/280714

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      I'm wondering about m3, too

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      Okay….

    • +1 vote

      Are you shooting raw images or JPEGs/etc?

      Raw images may be problematic depending on how the camera deals with I/O. These cards are guaranteed 10MB/s write, but easily perform at 20. A raw image on my camera is just under 10MB a photo, so that's 1-2 photos/second it can save. If your camera has to wait on I/O (and doesn't have any kind of write cache) you'll be limited to those 1-2 photos a second on raw. If it has a write cache, there's no problem at all.

      Is this problematic in the real world? It really depends. I was at the V8s earlier in the year and would take easily 5-10 photos a second as a car went past. In high-speed situations like this it may be problematic if it's raw images with no write cache. For still shots it won't be - you shouldn't need more than 1-2 photos a second to get a good shot of a still object.

      Note: JPEG shouldn't be any kind of problem at all. These are far more compressed.

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        Are there actually cameras out there that can shoot RAW but have no buffer?

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          I would assume no, though I'm not at all confident in that assumption.

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        Thanks heaps for that. I shot in jpeg and just need it for pics of the kids, and during their sports.
        Cheers for the post.

        • +1 vote

          Sports can be a little more high-speed, though in jpeg it shouldn't really matter. You'll still have enough bandwidth for 4-5 photos a second - more than should be needed for that kind of use.

          Note your camera may still have a write buffer, so this may not even be any kind of problem at all as is.

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      I don't know why you thought it was necessary to say you bought it from that specific pricing error deal. If you want to use the microSD in that camera you will need to get a microSD to SD card adaptor

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        I don't know why you need to complain about it.
        I was grateful to get my camera through an Ozbargain post and now I bought an SD card thanks to this post.
        Just another happy Ozbargainer.
        It does come with an adaptor as mentioned above.

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        Adaptor is included.

    • +2 votes

      No, it only works in the ones that were bought at RRP.

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        Bugger I have three useless m10s then.. Need some cheap cards

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    Come on under $20 please

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    Looking to buy an SD card for a goPro hero 5, is this appropriate?

    • +2 votes

      Personally I would buy a U3 Card for 4K recording. U3 cards have faster write speeds. This one is up to 20 MB/S write speed where the U3 Cards should have much higher write speeds. Hope this helps.

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      Yes, it works fine in my Hero 5.

  • +2 votes

    Thanks, bought one for my new Sony Xperia XA ultra

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    Would this be suitable for a dash cam?

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      For 1080p it'll suffice.

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    Bought this same 80MB/s card many months ago for $31 (less free $25 eBay voucher so can't complain).
    Still unused as my older tech (Android phones & tablets) is limited to 32GB. Will try it in dash cam from 11/11 deal, although these apparently aren't recommended.
    Guess I'm a sucker for a good deal😯

    • +1 vote

      Depending on the tech, you can fool a unit that has a 32gb max limit by formatting the card as Fat32 using 3rd party software on a PC.
      There's been reports a 64gb card works flawlessly in a gamepad unit limited to 32 and some older phones the same as well.
      Give that a try with your existing card, no harm done :)

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        Thanks.
        Read that advice before & tried without success in phones & tablet. As you say - nothing to lose trying. But dash cam just required formatting in camera to work.

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          In my personal situation I am trying to expand the JXD S7800 beyond the 32gb limitation (a gamepad) a forum result came up that had a post from a member confirm it who had personally done it with 64gb and even provided a link to the tool, hence my answer.
          Either way, … I have no idea what to say now…. Have a nice day :)

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    Ask yourself if you'll actually record and use 4K footage. Most people will watch anything you produce on mobile. Be realistic and stop overthinking it.

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      yeah the speed of the bus on the SD slot on a phone does limit write speeds ….. I use faster cards (extreme instead of ultra) on my DSLR as it's 21 megapixel and I bracket shots …. but on phone I just use class 10 and read speeds are a bonus when I copy to PC for back-up.

      • +2 votes

        Recording in 4K gives several advantages

        Much better image quality even when viewed on a 1080p screen
        Can pause video and get a 8megapixel still
        Can zoom in 4x and be at 1080p res
        Can crop image a little to stabilise shaky footage
        Will remain somewhat futureproof and suitable for viewing on a 4K screen

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          great points!

  • +1 vote

    Thanks OP. Purchased

  • +1 vote

    Thanks OP. Bought one too!

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    Is this fine for 1080p 60fps recording?

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      From what device? It depends on how it's encoded. These cards guarantee 10MB/s - 80mbps; more than enough for even encoded 4k60fps (60-75mbps).

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        that really depends on your camera/device and the encoding it is using. 10MB/s is definitely not adequate for many 4k devices.

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          Correct. That was more the point I was attempting to make - it depends more so on how it's encoded rather than on the res or fps.

  • +1 vote

    Thanks OP!

  • +2 votes

    Anyone sighted any U3 cards at bargain prices?

  • +1 vote

    Just ordered a Yi Xiaomi dash cam the other day.

    This couldn't have been posted at a better time. :D

  • +1 vote

    Now listed as Out of Stock.

    • +1 vote

      I think I got one of the last ones. I didn't even rush.

      EDIT: oh and thanks OP!

  • +1 vote

    Out of stock :-(

  • +1 vote

    Bugger just drove 45 minutes to office works to price match and when the guy Checked the website it had just gone to out of stock😂 at least I got a 2gb drive to upgrade my ps4 so not a total waste of a drive👍

    • +1 vote

      45min drive to save 2 bucks….sounds clever…

      • +1 vote

        No I didn't drive 45 minutes to save <$2 I wanted to get some sd cards today as I had the afternoon off and also wanted to upgrade the PS4 hard drive which I did. Picked up f1 2016 from jbhifi for $49 as well which was nice.

  • +1 vote

    Back in stock now.

  • +1 vote

    Guys, stock is back again. Just ordered one :)

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    called them up as i couldnt add 1 to cart.. "system error, sorry mate out of stock".. waste my time!!

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    What a downer went to grab 1 and showing as out of stock again😕