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SanDisk 128GB Extreme Pro V30 Micro SD Card (SDXC) UHS-I U3 + Adapter - 170MB/s £23.48 @ MyMemory
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SanDisk 128GB Extreme Pro V30 Micro SD Card (SDXC) UHS-I U3 + Adapter - 170MB/s £23.48 @ MyMemory

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Posted 28th Jun

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This card is made for Dash Cams, CCTV cameras, live action cameras and anything that has write intensive tasks. Extreme Pro cards last longer than any of the lower tier cards such as Ultra, Extreme and Extreme Plus.

ProductDescription
Get extreme speeds for fast transfer, app performance, and 4K UHD. Ideal for your Android smartphone, action cameras or drones, this high-performance microSD card does 4K UHD video recording, Full HD video and high-resolution photos. With up to 400GB, the super-fast SanDisk Extreme PRO microSDXC UHS-I memory card reads up to 170MB/s and writes up to 90MB/s. Plus, its A2-rated, so you can get fast application performance for an exceptional smartphone experience.

Also perfect for your action camera and drones
SanDisk cards are compatible with smartphones, tablets, action cameras and drones.

Write speeds of up to 90MB/s
Capture fast-action photos or shoot 4K UHD video with write speeds of up to 90MB/s. The SanDisk Extreme PRO microSDXC UHS-I Card lets you shoot more and transfer even faster. Quick read speeds of up to 170MB/s save you time when transferring high-resolution images and 4K UHD videos.

Great for capturing 4K UHD video
Ideal for recording outdoor adventures, weekend trips, or sporting events without skipping frames. With up to 400GB, the SanDisk Extreme PRO microSD UHS-I card lets you capture uninterrupted 4K UHD and Full HD video with its UHS Speed Class 3 (U3) and Video Speed Class 30 (V30) ratings.

Load apps faster with A2
Get faster app performance for an outstanding smartphone experience thanks to the SanDisk Extreme PRO microSD card’s A2 Specification.

Durable design for use in extreme environments
SanDisk Extreme PRO microSDHC and microSDXC UHS-I Cards are shockproof, temperature-proof, waterproof, and X-ray-proof, so you can enjoy your adventures without worrying about the durability of your memory card.

Compatible with mobilemate USB 3.0 reader
The MobileMate USB 3.0 microSD card reader with transfer speeds of up to 170MB/s, you can move big files fast, move a lot of files fast or just make frequent file transfers that much quicker.

Specifications

- Includes SD Adapter
- Transfer speeds: 32GB,100MB/s read 90MB/s write. 64GB - 400GB, 170MB/s read 90MB/s write
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Check out the integral 256GB for £22.67 posted an hour earlier. Sorry cold from me
Good price. Got one from amazon last week for my dashcam. Currently £35 ish.
R u sure this card for dash cam? According to the description is for smartphone, action camera & drone
janlim28/06/2019 13:46

R u sure this card for dash cam? According to the description is for …R u sure this card for dash cam? According to the description is for smartphone, action camera & drone


Yes it is U3 which is required for recording high definition and in particular, recording from two cameras at the same time. I have this in my Nextbase 522GW with rear camera.
Rusty8228/06/2019 15:25

Yes it is U3 which is required for recording high definition and in …Yes it is U3 which is required for recording high definition and in particular, recording from two cameras at the same time. I have this in my Nextbase 522GW with rear camera.


You're risking not to access your data when you need it! This card is not designed for multiple rewrite cycles by any means. It's super fast - yes, 4k - yes but dashcam will kill it in less then a year. And as it's typical - you will need a data of it after it failed.
Edited by: "tleecher06" 28th Jun
tleecher0628/06/2019 15:37

You're risking not to access your data when you need it! This card is not …You're risking not to access your data when you need it! This card is not designed for multiple rewrite cycles by any means. It's super fast - yes, 4k - yes but dashcam will kill it in less then a year. And as it's typical - you will need a data of it after it failed.


No risk at all. I have been using these cards/types of cards in my dashcams for years with no problems at all. The only risk is if it fails the exact day I have an accident. Losing the data is irrelevant otherwise as it just gets written over anyway. You will have that same risk with any card you chose because ultimately they can all fail at any point.
Rusty8228/06/2019 15:42

No risk at all. I have been using these cards/types of cards in my …No risk at all. I have been using these cards/types of cards in my dashcams for years with no problems at all. The only risk is if it fails the exact day I have an accident. Losing the data is irrelevant otherwise as it just gets written over anyway. You will have that same risk with any card you chose because ultimately they can all fail at any point.


Horses for courses... You can move bricks in a sport car but much more effective will be in a pickup... I'm not going to argue, just talking of experience and IT background
tleecher0628/06/2019 16:39

Horses for courses... You can move bricks in a sport car but much more …Horses for courses... You can move bricks in a sport car but much more effective will be in a pickup... I'm not going to argue, just talking of experience and IT background


I understand the cards are designed for different applications but I am fairly certain this will not cause me any issues, when compared to a different type of card. Talking from experience and I also working in IT.
good price having just bought a Extreme for £21... hot
Dusty66628/06/2019 13:00

Check out the integral 256GB for £22.67 posted an hour earlier. Sorry cold …Check out the integral 256GB for £22.67 posted an hour earlier. Sorry cold from me


Yeah, but that is A1 rated and this A2, which means it will perform better in smartphones and tablets - especially if you use it to run apps that have been moved to it.

If you don't specifically need the A2 performance then there are definitely cheaper alternatives.
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