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

Store images and HD video with this SanDisk SDSDXP-032G-A46 32GB memory card that features a 95MB/sec. transfer rate for fast storage. The SanDisk Power Core Controller delivers fast performance and reliability.

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Features


Note: legacy SD devices are not compatible.

32GB storage capacity

Provides plenty of space for your photos, videos, documents and more.

Designed to withstand extreme environments

SanDisk Extreme Pro are shockproof, temperature-proof, water-resistant, and X-ray-proof, so you can enjoy your adventures without worrying about the durability of your memory card.

Fast data transfer

Features up to 95MB/sec. sequential read speed and 90MB/sec. sequential write speed.

Built-in write-protect switch

Prevents accidental data loss.


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  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Pay for the (burst) speed you get

    Posted
    Tido1217
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    When shooting RAW images with a modern DSLR (16+ Megapixels) continuously the first few pictures go quickly and buffer into the camera's internal memory. While you continue to shoot the camera writes files in memory to your memory card. When the camera's memory fills up it will slow down taking new pictures because it is now limited by the write speed of your SD card. The interval between shots (after the camera's buffer filled) was a little bit shorter with the Extreme Pro than it was with the Extreme Plus SDHC card. In most cases this small difference won't matter, but if you have the money this is the fastest card available now (a newly announced Extreme Pro card is 3x faster, but not yet available). If you aren't worried about high speed burst shooting (not shooting sports or semi-pro) then I would recommend saving some money and stepping down to the almost as fast SanDisk Extreme Plus line. Faster cards that can max out the write speed of pro DSLR's are in the pipeline, but not yet available so save your money if you don't need the storage immediately.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Best SDHC card for most Linux-based devices

    Posted
    jnv11
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    This is probably the best SDHC card for most Linux-based devices including Android-based devices that accept full-sized SDHC cards because it is fast, large, and is able to handle the FAT32 file system that Linux-based devices can use and which SDHC requires. SDXC cards are no good for Linux and Android because they require the exFAT file system, which Linux and Android devices legally cannot handle until the patent expires. If you use the wrong file system on any card in the SD family, its controller cannot be guaranteed to be able to keep data corruption free because it might try to discard invalid data but could be confused on what data is valid or not if the wrong file system is present. Therefore, Linux and Android devices are limited to SD, SDHC, miniSD, miniSDHC, microSD, and microSDHC, and this card is the best for these devices unless they come with a UHS-II reader, in which case a UHS-II card should be used instead of this one.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Bought the Wrong Device, But Can Use it Anyway

    Posted
    CoolGramma
    • Verified PurchaserVerified Purchase

    I had relied on the chat representative to find a memory card for my Canon VixiaMini camcorder that I was purchasing at the same time. It turned out that this was W-A-Y too big for the VixiaMini, but the good news is that it fits my Canon Powershot camera, so I didn't return it, but kept it for use with that camera. SanDisk puts out excellent products, and I already have memory cards from them so I'm sure this one will be every bit as reliable and well-wearing as my others. It was an expensive error, and I still had to invest in the mini-memory card for the VixiaMini camcorder, which was even more expensive, but all's well that ends well since I can still use this memory card. Just be careful of what you're purchasing when it comes to mini-size hardware so that you don't go through the double expense that I went through. The customer rep should have known which card to sell me, or said that she didn't know.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Big differsnce

    Posted
    Drock
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    • My Best Buy® Elite Plus MemberElite Plus Member

    Yes the higher end memory cards do make a differsnce I was using sand disk ultra plus before which isn’t a cheap or slow memory card to begin with but after. I upgraded to this model I noticed a huge differsnce right away I’m able to take photos quicker then before they look clearer download times are even crazy quicker then before and I thought they were already fast. After this card I went and bought the extreme version and that one was an even bigger upgrade people it’s true the quality of your work does help with better equipment even down to the SD cards. Catch then right now on the pre Black Friday sales I was able to get this one for 19.99 and the 64gb san disk extreme pro for 24.99. Huge savings right now.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Quality is worth the money

    Posted
    bobbybilly
    • My Best Buy Premier Silver MemberElite Plus Member

    I originally bought a 32 GB PNY class 10 (20MB/sec) card for my Canon 60D DSLR camera. Although, I think it was more of a problem with the 60D than the PNY card, the PNY card was not fast enough when recording in full 1080p video. With this card, I have had no issues. I still use the PNY card for shooting photos or taking non-HD movies. Regardless, I definitely notice a difference when using this card, and when transfering images to my computer. This card is really for demanding users (at 45MB/sec). Its expensive, but it solved my HD video recording problems.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Took 200 high resolution pics

    Posted
    Bakerite
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    My main concern with this purchase was: Would 32GB be enough for a small graduation photo shoot? I didn’t want to spend money on storage that I didn’t need as this memory card would be used exclusively for this one photo shoot. It ended up being exactly the amount of storage I needed. We were able to take exactly 200 high resolution pictures on a professional grade camera. Downloading was quick as well- it took me longer to find the device to connect to my Mac (that has no USB ports etc.). The added bonus was that they were on sale.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Awesome SD card - no lag time when taking photos

    Posted
    LuckyStarz
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    • My Best Buy® Elite MemberElite Member

    Had my camera set to take the highest jpg and raw images and there was no lag time in processing. I could snap, snap, snap. Love the faster speed and higher quality of this SD card. I chose to get several 32 GB cards rather than larger cards just in case I ever have a an unreadable card issue! Better to lose 32 GB of data than 64 or 128. Just to be on the safe side. But that being said, I have never had an SD card error myself. I do know someone who did though - with a different brand - and we lost all the video footage of my grandfather telling WWII stories. Ughhhh. Because of that minor tragedy, I chose this high quality, fast write speed card at 32 GB. Love it.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Canon t3i

    Posted
    bobbierafs
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    Was having issues during recording with my t3i. I was using a 32gb sandisk ultra sdhc with a 30mb/s write speed. Video would stop sporadically during shooting. Extremely frustrating. Canon forums revealed users with similar issues. Most of the solutions offered suggested using a higher write speed. Also worth noting, the Ultra series cards are not the best for video on dslr. The official sandisk site offers a list of compatible cards (here - https://pct1.sandisk.com/ProductList.aspx?DeviceID=17084 ) Best Buy was the only place I could find it. Camera has been functioning properly with this new card.

    I would recommend this to a friend




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