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SanDisk - Extreme PLUS 32GB SDHC UHS-I Memory Card

Model: SDSDXSF-032G-ANCINSKU: 3990822

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Rating 4.8 out of 5 stars with 5188 reviews

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  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Great camera memory card

    Posted
    KarenS
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    We have a Canon Power Shot SX280 HS Full HD camera purchased December 2013. The largest SD card we've used for this camera is a SanDisk "SD" 16GB memory card. I’m not very camera savvy and was a bit reluctant to try a 32GB along with "Extreme Plus SDHC UHS-1" in the product name/description. The Best Buy camera associate assured me that my camera would accept and function just fine, which it does! Phew! After shooting a photo, I’ve noticed our camera doesn’t seem to give the “Busy” message prior to hitting “Display” to view the photo. Downloading photos onto our computer seemed faster. Those are the only functions we have used; not certain how video will do. At this writing we are very satisfied and recommend this product. “Happy Trails…”

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Great Card, Always Reliable

    Posted
    DSMProfessor
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    For a photographer that takes well over 1000 photos everyday, 5-6 days a week, and has to pull the SD card in and out of cameras, readers, and computers repeatedly..... these little powerhouse cards have proven their worth as far as reliability and quality. I now have nearly 60 SD cards in my current daily use collection. About 40-45 of them are SanDisk. Of those, over half are ExtremePlus (like this) or ExtremePro (faster read/write speeds). I have found that I am using the SanDisk ExtremePlus cards more often than any others due to their consistent speeds and the reliability I get from them is far above any others I have used. Their continued use fail rate is quite low, meaning, I can add 1200 photos, pull them off, format the card, and add 1200 more... day after day, week after week, with little worry of fatigue. None of my work cameras (mostly Nikon CoolPix P610 and Sony DSC-HX400) process any faster than these write, and therefore the only reason I keep the ExtremePro card around are for my HD video cameras.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Great Memory Card

    Posted
    sweethrt77
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    I love this new card. It has a lot of space. With my camera it holds up to 4000 pictures (with no video). I know that seems like a lot to some people, but I'm a shutter bug. I've been known to take up to 1,500 pictures on vacation. Plus I'm starting a photography business so I need the extra space. My old card would only hold 1000 pictures ( with no video). It's extremely annoying when you miss the perfect shot because you have to change out cards. This card has never slowed me down when I'm taking pictures. They process very quickly in in the highest shutter speed. Not once have I had to wait for processing before taking another picture, even in high resolution areas. Normally I never would've spent so much money on a memory card, but it was on sale after thanksgiving. If I need another one I will gladly pay full price. This is a great memory card and worth every penny for those how take a lot of picture or someone who needs the speed. (Like when you're photographing children, because they never sit still long and it's very easy to miss the shot you want. Plus if you use a high shutter speed you can get the shot even if they are wiggling around.) Plus it easily transfers the photos to my computer with very little delay.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 2 out of 5 stars

    Doesn't write properly

    Posted
    TReese
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    I primarily use SanDisk cards for my professional photography and haven't really had any issues. This one, however, I used for two different sessions. When I tried to view certain images from the first session, it said file couldn't be found. It was only 2 or 3 of the images so I didn't worry too much about it. The second session (which was later on that day), I specifically remember taking a number of images at one location, though only two actually showed up when reviewing the images later on. The numbering sequence skipped, showing that 12 images were just completely gone (they didn't show up when I tried looking at them later on in the camera, so I know it's not an issue with the card reader). I had already thrown out the packaging from Best Buy, so I couldn't return the card. I always format the card before I use it, so I shouldn't have had any issues. I can't trust using the card anymore, so it's going in the garbage. Waste of money. It was, however, quick at writing and reading, so as long as you don't get a dud, it should be a good card for you.

    No, I would not recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Excellent SD Card

    Posted
    caortega
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    I got this SD card to use in our underwater camera mainly to record video, but it will also increase my ability to snap pictures faster because of its fast write time. The fastest one I have right now writes at 15 MB/sec. This one writes at 40 MB/sec. That is almost 3 times faster. Of course both of these ratings are the good old "writes up to X MB/sec", so I may not be seeing those actual speeds. However, I do notice a difference. Underwater that is important. Once you are out of battery you are out, and unless the dive is a really deep or difficult one (lots of current), I always run out of battery before I run out of air. Another issue is overheating the camera which can fog up the case lens. The faster card helps the camera get ready to take pictures quicker, so I can turn it off for a while to let it cool down. I still may miss a great shot if something like an Eagle Ray goes flying by. All in all I am happy with the card and recommend it to anyone who needs a little performance boost in their camera.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Transfer Data Faster

    Posted
    FriendWithCamera
    • Verified PurchaserVerified Purchase

    This 32GB Class 10, U-3 card allows faster transferring of digital photo images to my computer (at up to 80MB/second), versus a standard Class 10 card (up to 30MB/second). I also used the Video function on my DSLR for the first time with this SD Extreme Plus card. With the high image quality I selected, my camera would have had about 20 minutes of video time, but I only shot a few bursts of video at less than 5 minutes each. The signage in the aisle at Best Buy was helpful in understanding the difference between the different types of SD cards. For example, what the number inside the circle and the numbers inside of the "U" shape stand for. The larger the megapixels of your images, the more likely you are to notice the faster transfer speed when comparing two different types of SD cards. I have a Nikon Digital SLR in the "Enthusiast" photographer range.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Fast and affordable...great value

    Posted
    Lebaez
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    I was looking for an SD memory card that was fast enough for my camera, but also affordable. After looking over several cards, I niticed that there were way faster cards out there; there are cards on the market that were incredibly fast (300mb/s), but they cost a whole lot more. I looked at my DSLR specs and my camera doesn’t record anywhere near 300mb/s, so there was no point in spending the money for it. (Except for faster read speeds). In the end this card provided the fastest read/write speeds at the best value. I’m very satisfied with the card and would recommend it to any one.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    works well but dont expect it to work with slow mo

    Posted
    ureshii
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    when we purchased the rx100 iv, we thought that the sd card that came with the purchase would be fully compatible with the camera and we would be able to utilize it to the fullest capabilities. the rx100 iv has a super high frame rate mode which lets you shoot slow mo and also 4k video recording. these are awesome features but they take up a lot of data and need a lot of space on the card. this card definitely has plenty of speed for that, but doesnt work for those features. the sd cards to enable those modes must be at least 64gb in size, and so we were never able to use the rx100iv to its full potential. keep that in mind when getting packaged sd cards with your purchase

    No, I would not recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 1 out of 5 stars

    did not work

    Posted
    imagepro2k
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    after waiting for help to buy the card......i finally got out the door only to have the card not work, and it got stuck in my camera? then it did not read? so i returned it and i had to wait for a half hour with two people in front of me i am guessing the employee was not trained to do returns?. i stopped buying for over a year from best buy, maybe i will wait another year until service improves and they quit remodeling the store every month, i cant find anything and neither can the employees?..............

    No, I would not recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Great card and decent price

    Posted
    jmfrerking
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    Bought this card for shooting video with my Canon T4i (650D). Previously had a few SanDisk 32GB and 16GB 30MB/s cards that worked pretty well, but eventually would drop out during recording as the card started to fill up. This card has not had any of those issues so far and has worked consistently with shooting RAW video (720p) via Magic Lantern. In fact, I am getting more reliable use from it than my PNY 32GB card that is supposed to be 90MB/s yet drops out when shooting Magic Lantern RAW at the same settings. Great card and no real complaints except that I haven't been able to get near the advertised 80MB/s. Still, blows away the 30MB/s San Disk Ultras by far! Getting a few more soon!

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Fast Card

    Posted
    EagleMom
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    I bought two of these cards for a recent vacation to use in a Sony A5100 camera. I am very pleased with these cards. Both worked flawlessly and wrote anything I threw at it fast, including short video clips. I have also found that when I place the card in my Mac to preview, it reads images quickly. Even in RAW. RAW does take a second or two longer than JPEG to read, but that may be part my computer needing the extra second as much as the card. I also had a recent event where a friend was taking shots for me with a Canon Rebel. He had no issues with the card either and was impressed with how quickly he could take shots shooting in RAW & JPEG simultaneously.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Value priced and just what I needed

    Posted
    Chicagoval
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    The product was pointed out to me by a sales associate. I had originally had the wrong one and he led me to the correct one and explained all about it. It is very fast to upload my pictures onto my computer from my camera and fits I to both without having to use anything additional. The quality is great and I am very happy the associate was there to help me so I didn't have to return and refund and purchase the correct item. Thanks Best Buy for training and keeping your associates knowledgeable. Did I mention they always approach me asking if I need help rather than me having to seek them out? Excellent customer service!

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Best card of its type for the money.

    Posted
    Avmanart
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    I've been in photography since the early 1970's and videography since the mid-1980's, and remember the limits of film and videotape. Starting about three years ago, I jumped into the digital video world, already having a couple of digital still cameras. Once I saw the quality of the video and the reliability of the digital cards, I dropped tape like a hot rock and never looked back. What brought me to Sandisk media was the incompatibility of some brands of digital media with my gear, and then I found Sandisk, which cured the problem and also proved to be far more reliable than other main brands I've tried. Pretty much regardless of the media's format, I only use Sandisk.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Excellent product (not waterproof)

    Posted
    Bracy
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    This memory card is very reliable and fast. I use it in a Canon 70D with burst mode and get almost 9 photos before it starts to buffer. The speed is great for both writing and reading. No problems when recording 1080P HD videos. Just don't loan the card to your brother and let him put it through the washing machine. It doesn't like that very much. Now I have to buy another and that's why I'm here. Definitely staying with this line for non-critical things. Use the PRO line for truly amazing things and for all professional applications. It's even faster and more reliable. Still haven't had a PRO line card die on me yet.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Excellent Product

    Posted
    Cheerwhiner
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    I have used this same card before and wanted an additional card before our trip. It's amazing how quick this card is, and how much you get for the money. I am using with a Canon EOS 70D. I have larger cards for this camera, but also find that using this in a standard "point and shoot" I never have to worry about storage limitations. For "just a few bucks more" get a faster card like this- if nothing else when transferring your photos to another device it does make a world of difference. On an SLR with quick burst rates and LARGE file sizes (I shoot in Raw, 'cause why not) this also works great.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Great SDHC card with unending capacity.

    Posted
    swwimdad
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    Bought this SDHC card for a new Nikon Coolpix S8200 16.1 MP camera for a three-week vacation in Thailand. Took endless numbers of pictures and many video clips, and not once feared having reached this card's capacity. All pics and videos downloaded VERY quickly to my PC and we experienced NO file corruption. Performed up to expectations and expect it to continue to do so for a long time. Gives me peace of mind, just what I want when trusting a memory card to capture and safely keep our memories.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    SANDISK MEMORY SAVER AT BBY GREAT PRICE

    Posted
    LOYAL2BBY
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    As a rule, no matter what the manufacturer or brand name, all memory cards are basically equivalent. Generally, regular are sturdier than micro size(which are too easily prone to cracking and, thus, loss of all data). Both are definitely too easy to become lost. Still, both are necessary for respectively compatible high-tech devices, and the amazing storage capacity on such a tiny, flat object(especially as compared to old-fashioned film rolls or tapes) is truly impressive. All such memory disks are an awesome and essential tool.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    SanDisk is a trusted brand

    Posted
    sirhawkeye64
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    I've always used Sandisk memeory cards, and out of several dozen, I've had maybe one or two that have gone bad, which is pretty good. I've had worse luck with other brands, but Sandisk comes first for me (then probably SamSung and then Kingston). I would avoid PNY as I've had issues with their USB drives going bad over time (a year or two). But SAndisk hasn't really filed me (other than the one card that went bad after 3 years of heavy use--which was somewhat to be expected honestly). I use these in a high-end DSLR and wouldn't consider anything else for that camera or purpose.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Can't take photos without someplace to put them

    Posted
    DrHitchcock
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    Not the memory's fault, but it seemed odd that a camera would be sold with no battery and no memory. What did you buy it for - as a paper weight? But that seems to be the way these days. Having said that, it seemed prudent to get the fastest memory available so that the camera would spend less time storing the image and be available more quickly to take the next photo. So maybe my original comment answers itself, some people might not want to pay for the faster memory with large capacity. Others, like myself, might. But it distorts the bottom line price of the camera. So what's new?

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    No issues - works fine in camera and PC

    Posted
    stever
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    I have my camera set to sports mode and multi shot. This card works fine. I have it set to medium speed and have no issues holding down the button and snapping off lots of pictures per second. In my PC I get about 75MB/sec pulling pictures off which is pretty fast. I bought more of these because they are so much faster than my USB drives I just use these to transfer files around instead besides using them in my camera.

    I would recommend this to a friend