• Transcend 64 Gb High Speed 10 Uhs 3 Flash Memory Card 95/60 Mb/S (Ts64 Gsdu3),Gold
  • Transcend 64 Gb High Speed 10 Uhs 3 Flash Memory Card 95/60 Mb/S (Ts64 Gsdu3),Gold
Transcend 64 Gb High Speed 10 Uhs 3 Flash Memory Card 95/60 Mb/S (Ts64 Gsdu3),Gold
Transcend 64 Gb High Speed 10 Uhs 3 Flash Memory Card 95/60 Mb/S (Ts64 Gsdu3),Gold

Transcend 64 Gb High Speed 10 Uhs 3 Flash Memory Card 95/60 Mb/S (Ts64 Gsdu3),Gold

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  • Ideal for Full 1080p HDD, Ultra 2160p HD, 3D and 4K video recording.Operating Temperature -25C(-13F) to 85C(185F)
  • Up to 95/60 MB/s ; Minimum constant 30 Mb/s write speed guaranteed for real-time video recording
  • Supports Ultra High Speed Class 3 specification (U3)
  • Improved camera response for fast-action consecutive shooting
  • Efficient exFAT file system (SDXC)
  • Fully compatible with the SD 4.20 standard. Backwards compatible with the SD 3.0 standard
  • Built-in Error Correcting Code (ECC) to detect and correct transfer errors
  • Supports Content Protection for Recordable Media (CPRM)

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Avoid - BOTH fell apart and Transcend does not honor warranty UPDATE: The second one failed as well. I had two of these 128gb cards. Both have structural issues. I used to be a big fan of Transcend. There are two issues. They are not physically sturdy and customer service is terrible. Go with a reputable brand like Sandisk or Lexar. As a professional photographer, I used to buy Transcend mostly but when this card fell apart in less than moderate usage, their customer service blamed me even though all I did was take it from camera and put it in the card reader once in a while. I have used many cards in my life, and this is really surprising. When my Lexar and Sandisk cards failed, the companies replaced them quickly. Transcen blamed me. Now that the second also fell apart, I will never buy Transcend again.Original: You should avoid this card and Transcend as they do not stand behind their product. Within couple months of buying this card, the plastic teeth of the card (between gold connectors and the very corner) starting falling out, including the corner. Because of this, the card also started coming apart. Mind you, I am a professional photographer of 16 years and all i did with this card was to take out of my 5D Mark III and put it in the card reader. Very badly constructed. I own a ton of Transcend cards. It stopped working during an event (I was using this as a backup card to write JPG's) I sent it in and instead of replacing it they said I physically damaged the card. If your card gets damaged by simply inserting it in the camera and taking it out, and not many times even then, you have a terribly made product. In the end, I will never again buy a Transcend as they do not stand behind their products. I sent in a Lexar card as well recently and they sent me a brand new one with no questions. Of all the 50+ cards I used over the years, Transcend is the first solid state company that refused to replace this.Transcend, you have a lot to learn. From now on, name brand (Sandisk, Lexar) only, not second tier companies that will blame you the first moment. 14K compatible w/ Panasonic FZ1000 I purchased this to install in my 4K video capable Panasonic DMC-FZ1000. All is well and good with this card.As with the GH4 (as noted in some of the reviews I've read here), the FZ1000 will not shoot 4K while in P, A, S, or iA modes and pressing the red Video button -- the camera must be switched to Video mode to select 4K. I don't know the reason, but this is what Panasonic decided, it's not a limitation of the SD card.I haven't clocked any formal read/write tests, but in actual usage, I've observed that the FZ1000 will write a 60-shot photo burst to this card in about 3 to 4 seconds, while the same write to a standard Class 10 card takes on the order of 25 seconds. This is definitely a noteworthy improvement in day to day usability.This is my 3rd Transcend SD card, and so far I've run into no issues with reliability or performance. 5This Thing Is Blazing Fast -- Perfect for the GH4 4K Video On my Apple computer using USB 3 this card averaged 60MB/s write and 80MB/s read speed. I compared this to my SanDisk 30MB/s card which I averaged 20MB/s write and 23MB/s read.Before I got this card I was using the SanDisk card to record 100 mb/s video and it worked fine because you only need 12 MB/s to record that. If you want to recored the 200 mb/s you need 25MB/s.None of that really matters because this card is crazy fast and very affordably priced.For anyone not very familiar with how to treat these cards here is my recommended protocol.1) When you put the card in your camera, format it in the camera. Never format it on your computer.2) When you are finished with your shoot, take the card and copy your images to your computer. If your computer asks to delete the images on your card say no.3) When you put the card back in your camera, format it.4) Never, delete images in the camera. The only time you should delete images on your card is when you are reformatting it.5) Don't use your camera card as a memory stick. Use a USB drive for that purpose.6) Always, keep these protected in a case or your camera. Don't let them float around in your pocket with keys and loose change.Following this protocol I have not had any issues with any card for at least 6 years. 5Bad product Bought this disk for my Nikon D810 in February of 2016. There were two problems: the error message of the card occurred in the middle of shooting, which disappeared after popping the disk out and back in; then a month later, the disk became completely unrecognizable by my computer or camera. I worked with Transcend technical support by emails, a painfully inefficient process. The conclusion was that the card was defective and that a replacement should be requested. I filled out the RMA online, and the replacement did come. Within a month, the same thing happened again. Emailing back to the technical support from Transcend resulted no response. I am very disappointed about the product as well as the support by its company and will stay away from Transcend in the future. 1I didn't feel like disassembling my mac and using my drive with an ... I had a hard drive problem, couldn't use Internet recovery and couldn't find anyone with a Thunderbolt Mac. I didn't feel like disassembling my mac and using my drive with an adapter to try and recover my stuff so I picked up the fastest affordable SD XC card I could find and installed Yosemite to the card and went about recovering my internal hard drive from there.The thing I like the best is I can actually run my OS from this SD XC card, it's pretty darn fast! Ok, it would probably be better (and certainly faster) to go with an SSD, and this probably won't last as a main drive so I'll switch back soon, but it works really well.It might actually be a good security tool. I can encrypt the internal drives and store all the important stuff there, then just remove the SD card and my data is safe from prying eyes. Although I suppose if someone had physical access they could just format it and all my data is gone...guess it's not a perfect solution. This is probably a horrible idea and I doubt I would ever have a need for it.Anyway...great SD card, it's really fast! 5What's the failure rate on these cards?? Want a card that will fail on you after you put only about 200 pictures on it? BUY THIS CARD! I bought this card for my new D750 in late January, used it pretty lightly to test out my settings on my new camera and for one birthday party. This spring break we went out of town and so I planned on really using it. We get to our first destination and I take 3 pictures and my camera shows a card error, so I put it in another slot and still get the same error. Luckily I also had a PNY 64GB Elite Performance that I bought for $18 the week after I bought this one. The PNY worked flawlessly all throughout the trip and the Transcend was the 1st SD card I've ever had fail on me...and I've had a lot of SD cards throughout the years. 1ALL THAT MEMORY FOR WHAT Listen, I grew up in the era where games came on floppy disks. This product, as small and fragile as it is, has an incredible feature to save countless files on your devices. I don't recommend going cheap or small when it comes to storage, because these are small enough to lose anywhere if you dont set it somewhere safely. I suggest this for anyone who wants that big storage, for big futures plans. 5Records fine on the C100 and in 4k on the GH4, tested at 85mb read, 64mb write. I'm a videographer with a Canon C100 and Panasonic GH4, and i've been using PNY's elite cards happily, but i saw this card with the same price along with a UHS-3 rating over the PNY's UHS-1 rating, and decided to give it a go. practically speaking, that rating doesn't mean much for my cameras, but with some newer cameras at higher bitrates, it might.Also i've attached a photo of the read/write benchmarks, which is to say: 85mb read, 64mb write-As fast as the PNY elite-Feels well made, but plastic as usual-Records in 100mbit 4k on the GH4, no hiccups-Priced as competitive as the PNY eliteAnd just some extra advice: always format the card in camera before use. Formatting on your computer is bad mojo! 5Does not work well in Nikon cameras I really wanted this card to work. Unfortunately, when I tried using it in my NikonD5200 I started getting error messages after just one or two shots. I tried removing and replacing the card, ...got a couple more shots, then error message. I tried turning the camera off and one, ...a couple more shots then an error message. I then tried reformatting the card. Same deal, a couple of shots then error message.I finally gave up and just convinced myself that the card was defective. I sent it back to Amazon, and they cheerfully replaced the card, even before I sent the old one back.However, the new card immediately started giving me the same error messages. I tried the same routine, hoping against hope, ...but to no avail.I'm hoping to buy a new camera this year, and since I got this card on sale, I have hopes that it will work with my new camera (whatever that turns out to be....).My advice is that if you have a Nikon camera, that you try another card manufacturer. 1Works great for 4K 100 Mbps video on Sony a7s mark ii The Transcend is way better than the PNY U3 for about the same price.I originally purchased the PNY U3 sd card to use with my Sony a7s ii for 4K video recording at 100Mbps, which requires a U3 speed card. Even though the PNY says that it's U3, my camera would not allow me to use the 4K 100Mbps setting with the PNY card. So I returned the PNY card and paid a few extra dollars to get this Transcend U3 card and now it works perfectly with my a7s ii. Do yourself a favor and spend the few extra dollars for the Transcend because it works great and it's much cheaper than the Sandisk or Lexar cards. 5
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Avoid - BOTH fell apart and Transcend does not honor warranty UPDATE: The second one failed as well. I had two of these 128gb cards. Both have structural issues. I used to be a big fan of Transcend. There are two issues. They are not physically sturdy and customer service is terrible. Go with a reputable brand like Sandisk or Lexar. As a professional photographer, I used to buy Transcend mostly but when this card fell apart in less than moderate usage, their customer service blamed me even though all I did was take it from camera and put it in the card reader once in a while. I have used many cards in my life, and this is really surprising. When my Lexar and Sandisk cards failed, the companies replaced them quickly. Transcen blamed me. Now that the second also fell apart, I will never buy Transcend again.Original: You should avoid this card and Transcend as they do not stand behind their product. Within couple months of buying this card, the plastic teeth of the card (between gold connectors and the very corner) starting falling out, including the corner. Because of this, the card also started coming apart. Mind you, I am a professional photographer of 16 years and all i did with this card was to take out of my 5D Mark III and put it in the card reader. Very badly constructed. I own a ton of Transcend cards. It stopped working during an event (I was using this as a backup card to write JPG's) I sent it in and instead of replacing it they said I physically damaged the card. If your card gets damaged by simply inserting it in the camera and taking it out, and not many times even then, you have a terribly made product. In the end, I will never again buy a Transcend as they do not stand behind their products. I sent in a Lexar card as well recently and they sent me a brand new one with no questions. Of all the 50+ cards I used over the years, Transcend is the first solid state company that refused to replace this.Transcend, you have a lot to learn. From now on, name brand (Sandisk, Lexar) only, not second tier companies that will blame you the first moment. 14K compatible w/ Panasonic FZ1000 I purchased this to install in my 4K video capable Panasonic DMC-FZ1000. All is well and good with this card.As with the GH4 (as noted in some of the reviews I've read here), the FZ1000 will not shoot 4K while in P, A, S, or iA modes and pressing the red Video button -- the camera must be switched to Video mode to select 4K. I don't know the reason, but this is what Panasonic decided, it's not a limitation of the SD card.I haven't clocked any formal read/write tests, but in actual usage, I've observed that the FZ1000 will write a 60-shot photo burst to this card in about 3 to 4 seconds, while the same write to a standard Class 10 card takes on the order of 25 seconds. This is definitely a noteworthy improvement in day to day usability.This is my 3rd Transcend SD card, and so far I've run into no issues with reliability or performance. 5This Thing Is Blazing Fast -- Perfect for the GH4 4K Video On my Apple computer using USB 3 this card averaged 60MB/s write and 80MB/s read speed. I compared this to my SanDisk 30MB/s card which I averaged 20MB/s write and 23MB/s read.Before I got this card I was using the SanDisk card to record 100 mb/s video and it worked fine because you only need 12 MB/s to record that. If you want to recored the 200 mb/s you need 25MB/s.None of that really matters because this card is crazy fast and very affordably priced.For anyone not very familiar with how to treat these cards here is my recommended protocol.1) When you put the card in your camera, format it in the camera. Never format it on your computer.2) When you are finished with your shoot, take the card and copy your images to your computer. If your computer asks to delete the images on your card say no.3) When you put the card back in your camera, format it.4) Never, delete images in the camera. The only time you should delete images on your card is when you are reformatting it.5) Don't use your camera card as a memory stick. Use a USB drive for that purpose.6) Always, keep these protected in a case or your camera. Don't let them float around in your pocket with keys and loose change.Following this protocol I have not had any issues with any card for at least 6 years. 5Bad product Bought this disk for my Nikon D810 in February of 2016. There were two problems: the error message of the card occurred in the middle of shooting, which disappeared after popping the disk out and back in; then a month later, the disk became completely unrecognizable by my computer or camera. I worked with Transcend technical support by emails, a painfully inefficient process. The conclusion was that the card was defective and that a replacement should be requested. I filled out the RMA online, and the replacement did come. Within a month, the same thing happened again. Emailing back to the technical support from Transcend resulted no response. I am very disappointed about the product as well as the support by its company and will stay away from Transcend in the future. 1I didn't feel like disassembling my mac and using my drive with an ... I had a hard drive problem, couldn't use Internet recovery and couldn't find anyone with a Thunderbolt Mac. I didn't feel like disassembling my mac and using my drive with an adapter to try and recover my stuff so I picked up the fastest affordable SD XC card I could find and installed Yosemite to the card and went about recovering my internal hard drive from there.The thing I like the best is I can actually run my OS from this SD XC card, it's pretty darn fast! Ok, it would probably be better (and certainly faster) to go with an SSD, and this probably won't last as a main drive so I'll switch back soon, but it works really well.It might actually be a good security tool. I can encrypt the internal drives and store all the important stuff there, then just remove the SD card and my data is safe from prying eyes. Although I suppose if someone had physical access they could just format it and all my data is gone...guess it's not a perfect solution. This is probably a horrible idea and I doubt I would ever have a need for it.Anyway...great SD card, it's really fast! 5What's the failure rate on these cards?? Want a card that will fail on you after you put only about 200 pictures on it? BUY THIS CARD! I bought this card for my new D750 in late January, used it pretty lightly to test out my settings on my new camera and for one birthday party. This spring break we went out of town and so I planned on really using it. We get to our first destination and I take 3 pictures and my camera shows a card error, so I put it in another slot and still get the same error. Luckily I also had a PNY 64GB Elite Performance that I bought for $18 the week after I bought this one. The PNY worked flawlessly all throughout the trip and the Transcend was the 1st SD card I've ever had fail on me...and I've had a lot of SD cards throughout the years. 1ALL THAT MEMORY FOR WHAT Listen, I grew up in the era where games came on floppy disks. This product, as small and fragile as it is, has an incredible feature to save countless files on your devices. I don't recommend going cheap or small when it comes to storage, because these are small enough to lose anywhere if you dont set it somewhere safely. I suggest this for anyone who wants that big storage, for big futures plans. 5Records fine on the C100 and in 4k on the GH4, tested at 85mb read, 64mb write. I'm a videographer with a Canon C100 and Panasonic GH4, and i've been using PNY's elite cards happily, but i saw this card with the same price along with a UHS-3 rating over the PNY's UHS-1 rating, and decided to give it a go. practically speaking, that rating doesn't mean much for my cameras, but with some newer cameras at higher bitrates, it might.Also i've attached a photo of the read/write benchmarks, which is to say: 85mb read, 64mb write-As fast as the PNY elite-Feels well made, but plastic as usual-Records in 100mbit 4k on the GH4, no hiccups-Priced as competitive as the PNY eliteAnd just some extra advice: always format the card in camera before use. Formatting on your computer is bad mojo! 5Does not work well in Nikon cameras I really wanted this card to work. Unfortunately, when I tried using it in my NikonD5200 I started getting error messages after just one or two shots. I tried removing and replacing the card, ...got a couple more shots, then error message. I tried turning the camera off and one, ...a couple more shots then an error message. I then tried reformatting the card. Same deal, a couple of shots then error message.I finally gave up and just convinced myself that the card was defective. I sent it back to Amazon, and they cheerfully replaced the card, even before I sent the old one back.However, the new card immediately started giving me the same error messages. I tried the same routine, hoping against hope, ...but to no avail.I'm hoping to buy a new camera this year, and since I got this card on sale, I have hopes that it will work with my new camera (whatever that turns out to be....).My advice is that if you have a Nikon camera, that you try another card manufacturer. 1Works great for 4K 100 Mbps video on Sony a7s mark ii The Transcend is way better than the PNY U3 for about the same price.I originally purchased the PNY U3 sd card to use with my Sony a7s ii for 4K video recording at 100Mbps, which requires a U3 speed card. Even though the PNY says that it's U3, my camera would not allow me to use the 4K 100Mbps setting with the PNY card. So I returned the PNY card and paid a few extra dollars to get this Transcend U3 card and now it works perfectly with my a7s ii. Do yourself a favor and spend the few extra dollars for the Transcend because it works great and it's much cheaper than the Sandisk or Lexar cards. 5
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