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SanDisk 256GB Extreme PRO UHS-I SDXC $67.99USD ($95.96AUD) + $13.26USD (~$18.72AUD) Del to Syd NSW @ B&H Photo

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Saw this on a photography sub. Deal expires in 4 hours 30 minutes. Delivery is about $12-$13 for eastern seaboard as far as I could determine. It was $13.26 for me.

Designed for SD devices that can capture Full HD, 3D, and 4K video, as well as raw and burst photography, the 256GB Extreme PRO UHS-I SDXC Memory Card from SanDisk has a capacity of 256GB, is compatible with the UHS-I bus, and features a speed class rating of V30, which guarantees minimum write speeds of 30 MB/s. If your device does not support the V30 standard, this card also supports the U3 standard, which likewise guarantees minimum write speeds of 30 MB/s. Read speeds are supported up to 170 MB/s and write speeds max out at 90 MB/s. A built-in write-protect switch helps to safeguard against the accidental erasure of card data.

While this card has been designed for cameras that are UHS-I / V30 / U3 compatible, it may be used in devices that do not support UHS-I / V30 / U3. However, bear in mind that this card will then default to your device's speed class and bus rating, such as UHS-I and U1, which supports minimum write speeds of 10 MB/s, or Class 10, which also supports minimum write speeds of 10 MB/s.

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  • Read speeds are supported up to 170 MB/s

    I smell something fishy here. The UHS-I interface supports a maximum transfer rate of 104MB/s, and this card is claiming to be UHS-I.
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/SD_card#Ultra_High_Speed_(UHS)

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      I think the standards are only for write speeds.

      Actually I found a review for this card, apparently you can only get the advertised read speeds with their (Sandisk) card reader.

      • Okay, they must have developed a proprietary way of reading the card which is faster than UHS-I but isn't UHS-II. Somewhat useful, if you always take the card out of your device to read it, and are willing to buy Sandisk's reader.

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