Sandisk 64GB SDXC Media – Sale

Here's a great deal on the Sandisk 64GB SDXC media going on today. This makes it even cheaper than what Transcend has to offer. Definitely a good buy for those who need the 64GB space or SDXC file format. (click here to compare some prices on SDXC via B&H).

Remember that all the new cameras are starting to move towards the SDXC format including the new 5D Mark III, and it's way cheaper than getting compact flash media (as seen here). SDXC is backwards compatible so it will work on your cameras and portable recorders that are using 'SDHC' today.

The same 64GB in Compact Flash will run you a minimum of $140 dollars +, and with SDXC it will run you just under $49 bucks (today), which is almost three times cheaper. I've been successfully using SDHC and SDXC media in my 5D Mark III for several hours of video, so I highly recommend investing in SDHC or SDXC if your cameras can take it.

On sale today, Find it here (click here)

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16 thoughts on “Sandisk 64GB SDXC Media – Sale

  1. HD-tography

    Hey Emm... I would like to update this board, and ask you delete my first comment, as I've recently learned the information is inaccurate.

    I ordered a couple of these "Non-UHS-I" SanDisk 32GB SDHC Memory Card Extreme Class 10 on sale a week ago & B&H (thanks for the blog post/lead!)

    But in fact they ARE SDHC UHS-I! (despite no mention of such designation in the title or description)

    I just sighed heavily when they arrived because the information I received from a B&H reviewer on the SanDisk 64GB SDXC Ultra Class 10 "UHS-I" cards had stated the incompatibility with Canon VIVIA camcorders...

    However before I got ready to send it back, I tried them for myself, and the “UHS-I” cards in fact do WORK FLAWLESSLY with Canon VIXIA camcorders, including the HF and M series models. This is also confirmed by another B&H reviewer on the SDXC 64 GB "UHS-I" cards.

    I think it would be wise to delete (my) first post here as it is completely inaccurate.

    Thanks again Emm! These cards are fantastic quality as usual, most trusted for avoiding write errors, and now affordable for everyone in volume.

  2. Emm

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    @brent - You might require a faster read/write speed for some of those high bitrate hacks.

  3. Dollar Bob

    I prefer the size of the larger cards. There's a point when they become too small to handle and keep track of. But yes, a less expensive CF card at the same performance specs would be preferable.

  4. Emm

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    @Jason Silzle - I'm glad Canon decided to start using SDXC in the 5DM3. Saving me tons of money on media instead of buying more expensive Compact Flash cards. I loved shooting on the 60D because of SDHC, but the 5D Mark II was expensive having to buy several 32GB compact flash cards.

  5. Emm

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    @HD-Tography - Interesting tip. From what I know the cameras can't take advantage of the SDXC (no single file size limit) format, but should still read as standard SDHC. I don't have a camera that old to test, but i've been using my 128GB SDXC card (huge!) in all of my Fuji X10, Canon S100, Sony HX9V, Canon 60D, Canon 5D Mark III, etc. No matter what I throw it in, they all seem to read it just fine.

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