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SanDisk Extreme SDXC 128GB $35.83 + Delivery ($0 with Prime) @ Amazon US via AU

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This is a 'Deal of the Day' item from Amazon US, fulfilled by Amazon AU, and it expires in about 22 hours from now. Not sure if similar product has been posted here before as I couldn't find it, but it is cheaper than any local seller is selling it for this price at the moment. Good for 4K and it has good reviews online. Below is the description of the product:

  • Read Speed: up to 150 MB/s
  • Write Speed: up to 70 MB/s
  • Video Speed: C10, U3, V30
  • Form Factor: SDXC
  • Capacity: 128 GB

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  • +4 votes

    $7.00 delivery better than some of the ebay moguls

    • +2 votes

      And if you're planning to buy other Amazon US sold items through Amazon AU that will attract higher delivery cost then check this deal out. It will cost you $3 more dollars but you'll take advantage of Priority International Postage until the 10th of this month for just $9.99.

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    What is the real world difference regarding reading/writing speeds between this card and this one from officeworks (deal since expired though)

    • +1 vote

      Not sure about the real world difference regarding read/write speeds between the two, but for most everyday people that deal was great when it was on.

    • +1 vote

      from what i read on specs, not much different on reading / writing

      it is more for what purpose you want to use it for…

      for mobile phone or for SLR camera…

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        Thanks, that's what I thought. It's for a family member who has a high spec SLR camera. Just not sure if it would be much of an noticeable upgrade to go for the Sandisk Extreme Pro SDXC 300MB/s variant instead, it's pretty pricey!

        • +2 votes

          Faster writes mean they can take more burst-mode shots before the camera slows down to write them to the SD card (the camera can always take at least a couple of burst shots using is own memory though before writing to the SD card). Could be useful if he takes lots of photos of fat moving action.

          Faster reads mean the photos can be dumped onto a PC faster for processing. Unless he's a very heavy user though then the 150MBps reads from this card will be plenty fast enough.

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          If they shoot stuff like birds in flight, sports or any other fast paced action, UHS-II cards can be very beneficial (and equally as expensive).

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          Depends on what camera they have.

          If it's over 20 megapixel and shoots over 10fps and/or 4k video@400mbps the 300MB/s card is required to take full advantage of the camera.

          For slower stills shooting and lower bitrate video these cards will be fine.

          128GB is a lot of photos and/or video to potentially lose though.

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            @diamondd: Much appreciated Alzori, O15 and diamondd for your well-considered insight and advice! Looks like I'll have to look into buying the faster writing card for him as he is definitely a nature enthusiast.

  • +1 vote

    Thank you OP, bought one for my 4k video shooting !

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    Any idea if this would work in a Blackvue dash cam?

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    Be careful on Amazon, I bought a SanDisk SD card a while ago which turned out to be a fake.

    • +1 vote

      That usually happens when you buy from third party, often 'just launched' stores on Amazon. As long it's fulfilled by Amazon then you're covered. If an item isn't as advertised then just return it and get your refund.

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    Will this work with Nintendo Switch as external memory card?

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      For context you need a microSD for Nintendo switch. I actually just bought the silicon Power 128gb for like $22. It's a uhs1, u3 card so right up there in terms of performance and reliability seems as good as any other on the market.

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    Are these good for Sony a7?

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      Is that the a7III or II or what? Anyway, according to this site this card is listed among the cards that work with the Sony a7III, but it is not one of the best 5 cards recommended. You might need to invest in the Extreme Pro UHS-II version of this card, which is little bit more expensive that just the Extreme one.

  • +5 votes

    Aww yeah! I was waiting for a deal like EXACTLY this for nearly a year! I nearly broke like 3 times, but I was patient and ozbargain delivered!

    I love you guys.

  • +1 vote

    Are there any big differences with using this and microsd with an adaptor? I haven't had any noticeable anything major in my a7iii so far.

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      Someone else asked about the a7iii in the comments here and this card isn't suitable as it isn't fast enough.

      You might need to invest in the Extreme Pro UFS-II version of this card, which is little bit more expensive that just the Extreme one

      You will want to use a UFS-II rated card for that camera

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      From what I understand… A7iii has one UHS-2 slot and one UHS-1 slot

      If you use the camera for dual redundancy (i.e. the second slot is backup of the first) then there is no point as the buffer will slow down to UHS-1 anyway.

      If you write only to UHS-2 slot, then UHS-2 will benefit mostly in the sense that for fast shutter bursts it can write the buffer quicker. That's the only difference. Oh and it should be a bit faster to accesss from the PC.

      There is no difference to 4K video writing or anything else.

      Personally I bought one of these cards for now. I can then figure out if I want to buy a UHS-2 card in the future for the UHS-2 slot. Note Amazon description states that this is a "Sandisk Extreme Pro" even though the picture isn't - if it isn't a Pro card there is a good case for a refund

      "What’s in the box: SanDisk Extreme PRO SD UHS-I card"

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      The only difference you will notices is if you shoot in a burst mode. Let's say you capture 12 images at once and then you need for the camera buffer to record the images onto the memory card. That would be the only situation you will notice it, if the card is good enough, but having to wait for over 10 seconds depending on the card, you might miss your next shots.

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    Great deal! For those interested though, I have a sandisk extreme pro with write speed of 90mb/s and it pretty much works flawlessly except when I'm doing Continuous High (fast burst) pics. Even with that write speed, after maybe a few shots it will take time to write it to the card. Otherwise, this should be on par.

  • +4 votes

    This marketing thing almost tricked me… I'm looking directly at my Sandisk Extreme PRO right now, but it's got 95MB/s written exactly where this 150MB/s is on this card. Had to look closely at the specs and realised they've changed the labeling of the new Pros as well to show read speed and not write speed!

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      Yup I don't think these are Extreme Pro cards?

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        Yeah, it didnt say Extreme Pro, but the speed written on the card is higher than my Extreme Pro so that threw a spanner in

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          Says it is an extreme pro when you go to what's in the box

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            @stickymoo: Oh I see what you mean now - I didn't look that far.

            It also says it's got the following technical specs:

            Computer Memory Type DDR3L-1600 SDRAM
            Flash Memory Size 64 GB

            So I'm taking everything on that page with a grain of salt now… It's Amazon though, so you'll probably be compensated at least for their error

    • +2 votes

      Mine says 95mb/s as well but if you go to the card box itself (I kept mine), it says 95mb/s read and 90mb/s write. I have another 32gb sandisk extreme with has a label of 90mb/s. The packaging details mention that the read is 90mb/s but the write is only a measly 40mb/s so it seems like they've always done this (well at least from the past 3 years I've owned them).

    • +1 vote

      That's normal - it's the read speed shown on these.

  • +3 votes

    Got excited for a second, then realised this wasn't for the Extreme Pro. Saved $35.

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    Expired it seems (not yet 22 hours), $45.99 in cart.

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      I've just added it to cart and it's still $35.83. Looks like you don't have Prime and it added postage cost to the total.

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        Ok, $45.99 is from AU, US is still 35.83.

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          What are you on about? The one posted here is through Amazon AU so the price is AU$. Click on it and it should show the correct price, which is $35.83.

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            @AussieDaddy: Not sure how I got the AU one added at $45.99.

            After you have replied saying it was still $35.83, I went to add again and it shows $35.83.

            I then have 2 items in the cart, one for $45.99, the other $35.83. Same card, only difference is that one will ship from AU, the cheaper from US.

  • +1 vote

    Was about to get one, then reminded myself that I rarely fill up a 32GB card.

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      If you don't dump your photos after every shoot, you might find yourself losing a lot more shoots on a larger card if you get lazy. Good practice is to always make multiple copies of what's on your card as soon as practical and then wipe it.

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    This 128GB Samsung Evo plus microSD is $22.50 (PLEASE5 code) currently, if better write speeds is more important at 90MB/s. Note that it is the Chinese version of the card that I received. However, it is genuine.

    https://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/498023

  • +1 vote

    $42 micro SD version with adapter from JB HIFI is cheaper than this $43 delivered deal. Specs look slightly better speed, local stock/pickup and more usable (micro SD with A2 spec).

    https://www.jbhifi.com.au/products/sandisk-extreme-microsdxc...

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    So why are the SD more expensive than the "equivalent" MicroSD ones? (Less popular?)

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      Probably scale - SD's aren't made as much. Mostly used for cameras now. Dunno why cameras haven't gone to microsd - probably performance I'm guessing.

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