Sandisk provide quality products across their brand and the SanDisk 128GB Extreme PRO 170MB/Sec UHS-I SDXC Card is no exception. This SD card comes from the Extreme Pro series that are fast, durable and reliable. This card can capture uncompromised photographs and 4K UHD video from when used in camera or camcorder. It boasts transfer speeds up to 170MB/S
The Lexar Pro USB 3.0 Dual-Slot Reader is a professional-level, portable USB reader that provides maximum high-speed file transfer, with a USB interface speed up to 500MB/s, allowing you to get the best out of the latest high performance memory cards (it's also backwards compatible with all standard CF, SD, and SDHC cards, as well as USB 2.0 devices).
The Sony G Series 64GB (440MB/Sec) XQD Memory Card features write and read speeds of up to 400MB/s and 440MB/s respectively, providing dependable recording of 4K video while avoiding speed degradation. Sony's unique media technology is present within all G series XQD cards, allowing users to transfer their 4K videos and RAW images quickly and easily, and
Designed to capture uninterrupted 4K UHD and Full HD video, the SanDisk 32GB Extreme Pro 95MB/Sec SDHC Card is a water-, x-ray-, and shock-proof UHS Video Speed Class 30 (V30) and UHS Speed Class 3 (U3)2 rated SDXC card. As SanDisk’s most powerful SD UHS-I memory card available, it delivers transfer speeds of up to 95MB/sec, ensuring high-performance, reliability,
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With blazing fast writing speed to leverage the maximum performance of a camera, XQD cards enable continuous shooting of up to 200 RAW images. With a shorter buffer clearing time, XQD cards can keep up with the shooting speed of the camera, allowing the user to capture more decisive moments in multiple bursts of continuous shooting.
The world's first card reader for CFast 2.0 memory cards, the SanDisk Extreme PRO CFast 2.0 Reader/Writer supports the speeds that professional photographers and videographers need to quickly download high-resolution photos and Full HD videos. A USB 3.0 interface supports transfer speeds of up to 500MB/s to make your post-production workflow more efficient--up
The SanDisk Ultra 80MB/Sec SDHC Class 10 card with 32GB capacity has plenty of space to store all of your photos and Full HD videos. This Class 10 SD memory card features a read speed of up to 80MB/sec and is ideal for use with compacts, advanced bridge cameras, digital SLRs and camcorders.
With Delkin's USB 3.0 Dual Slot SD UHS-II and CF Memory Card Reader, you can transfer 4K, 2K & 3D videos, as well as high-res RAW images, quickly and efficiently at super high-speeds. Based on a USB 3.0 interface, the reader is able to transfer data at speeds up to 500MB/s (10x faster than USB 2.0) and is designed to fully utilise the high-speed transfer
Designed for professional photographers and videographers, the SanDisk 64GB Extreme Pro 300MB/s UHS-II SDHC Card is a high-quality, durable memory card with a large capacity and read and write speeds of 300MB/s and 260MB/s respectively. It utilises the UHS-II to support rapid shooting and continuous shutter bursts, as well as 4K, 3D, and 1080p Full HD video
Sandisk provide quality products across their brand and the SanDisk 64GB Extreme PRO 170MB/Sec UHS-I SDXC Card is no exception. This SD card comes from the Extreme Pro series that are fast, durable and reliable. This card can capture uncompromised photographs and 4K UHD video from when used in camera or camcorder. It boasts transfer speeds up to 170MB/S
The SanDisk Extreme Pro 32GB 160MB/s Compact Flash card is the ultimate choice for professional photographers and videographers. Today's cameras capture extremely high definition images, in rapid succession, and are capable of recording HD video. To take best advantage we recommend the use of a high speed memory card which can match the performance of your
The SanDisk Extreme Pro 128GB 160MB/s Compact Flash card is the ultimate choice for professional photographers and videographers. Today's cameras capture extremely high definition images - often in rapid succession - and are capable of recording HD video. To get the most out of 4K video and burst capabilities, and to keep your camera running quickly, we