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Polaroid 64GB High Speed SDXC CL10 UHS-1 Rated Flash Memory (P-SDX64G10-GEPOL)

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4 new from CDN$ 143.64
  • Great for action photography, burst mode shooting and recording Full HD video
  • 35MB/s write speed, 50MB/s read speed and UHS-1 speed class for higher performance
  • Class 10 rating is ideal for full HD video recorders
  • Three year limited warranty

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 13.4 x 9.9 x 0.6 cm ; 18 g
  • Shipping Weight: 23 g
  • Item model number: P-SDX64G10-GEPOL
  • ASIN: B008LSK8UK
  • Date first available at Feb. 26 2013
  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #134,735 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)
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Product Description

When you need Incredible storage speed reach for Polaroid SDHC flash memory cards. These cards feature 50MB/s read speeds, 35MB/s write speeds, are Class 10 rated and engineered with UHS-1 (Ultra High Speed) bus interfaces - the highest rating available and perfect for capturing images of any subject matter, light setting and those hard to capture high speed action shots.

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By matt on May 11 2014
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Working great with more than enough storage space. The only thing left now is to make sure it doesnt fail or corrupt. Make sure you can suppry this type of SD car. Its not fat 32 like normal: its formatted to exfat. Which allows individual files of over 4 GB
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Got it at a good price, and it worked well initially in my Sony mirrorless camera. However, it started to become unreadable by computers and other devices, even with the camera directly connected to the computer. Can't even be formatted by any computer now.
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stores a lot of data and large format pictures in my camera. Works like it is supposed to..
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11 of 12 people found the following review helpful
Excellent card, very fast, good storage Jan. 25 2013
By EDLEE321 - Published on
With CrystalDiskMark in Windows 7 x64 this card gets 43.61MB/s Read speed, 33.08MB/s write speed.

I got the same results with two different USB 3.0 chipsets

1) onboard Intel USB 3.0 controller with latest driver
2) Renasas uPD720201 USB 3.0 controller latest driver, latest firmware

Using Kingston mobilelite g3 usb 3.0 card reader (which is capable of 95MB/s read and write speed). This card is basically 10% slower than rated speeds. I was hoping that it would have beat the rated speeds like my other PNY cards.

Since this is an SDXC card, it comes preformatted with exFAT file system, which is not as compatible with older SD devices. But make sure card reader or camera is marked as SDHC or SDXC capable and it should be compatible with this card.

This is a great value for the price, most 64GB cards in this price range are not this fast, and are not as reputable as Polaroid (OEM PNY). Only thing is this card comes with 3 year warranty, while PNY branded cards come with lifetime warranty. But if it lasts one year in my hands, it should last a lifetime.

I bought 10 of these cards, and they all perform perfectly with no issues.
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
Works good March 12 2013
By Jeff - Published on
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This Card is fairly good with a writing speed of 33M/s and reading at 43M/s by my HP laptop.

Just keep in mind, this is a SDXC card, not the old SDHC/SD card which means the difference storage format!
So if it won't apply to some old devices, check the manual before you buy if you are not sure.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
Functions properly May 6 2013
By nefarr - Published on
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Captures pictures at rated speed or close to it. Holds amazing amount of data. Using it with a Nikon D7100 24MP camera. Have dual cards set up as redundant in order to prevent loss of photos by damage to one card. A little slow copying to computer, but probably due to my setup or computer. Can't tell any difference between this card and some that are more expensive. A Good value.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
If you do not know this was a no brain-er March 16 2014
By Shanty Gray - Jack of all Trades Master of none - Published on
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I should not waste anyone's time with this review. One place was $30 with shipping, I believe here it was 33. 64GB and it does not slow my Cannon SL1 DSLR on bit. I can put on continuous shoot, shoot with no flash as it goes faster and it just purrs right along. This, even if you are into the $100 super duper cards, put a couple in your bag just to have.

I tested it against one of my best SDHC and X cards, cost me allot more and I copied 32 megs of Video in one file and this was 2 second behind to transfer than cards I pay 80 bucks for.

I am going to pick some more up, if available since this review made me think of it.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Works perfect- 35/mbs Card! Nov. 22 2013
By Steve Nunez - Published on
Works great, just as described at 35/mbps......tested with Blackmagic Speed Test utility. Used it many times and have yet to have any problems.
People that state it doesn't work for HD recording must be using devices that require greater than 35/mbs which the specs clearly state this card fault of the will work in almost all the consumer grade HD video devices (including DSLR's)..........I use this on a GH3 with high bitrate 72/mbps footage and it works every time without problem!
5***** in my opinion.