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SanDisk 16GB Extreme SDHC UHS-I Memory Card – 90MB/s, C10, U3, V30, 4K UHD, SD Card – SDSDXNE-016G-GNCIN 16GB Card

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Shot speeds up to 40MB/s*, transfer speeds up to 90MB/s* requires compatible devices capable of reaching such speeds. | *Based on internal testing; performance may be lower depending upon host device, interface, usage conditions and other factors
Perfect for shooting 4K UHD video(1) and sequential burst mode photography | (1)Full HD (1920×1080) and 4K UHD (3840 x 2160) video support may vary based upon host device, file attributes and other factors
Capture uninterrupted video with UHS Speed Class 3 (U3) and Video Speed Class 30 (V30)(2) | (2)Sustained video capture rate of 30MB/s, designates a performance option designed to support real-time video recording with UHS enabled host devices
Built for and tested in harsh conditions(3): temperature-proof, waterproof, shock-proof, and x-ray-proof | (3)Card only


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Up to 8 times faster than ordinary memory cards to catch your best shots and get the video recording performance for 4K Ultra HD and full HD video. Available in storage capacities from 16GB to 256GB With read speeds up to 90MB/s to move files fast, These cards are compatible with SDHC or SDXC supporting devices and come with a lifetime Limited . Us speed Class 3 (U3) delivers the super-fast speed you need to take your videos to next-level of resolution.

Specification: SanDisk 16GB Extreme SDHC UHS-I Memory Card – 90MB/s, C10, U3, V30, 4K UHD, SD Card – SDSDXNE-016G-GNCIN 16GB Card

Weight 0.176 lbs
Dimensions 1.26 × 0.93 × 0.85 in

11 reviews for SanDisk 16GB Extreme SDHC UHS-I Memory Card – 90MB/s, C10, U3, V30, 4K UHD, SD Card – SDSDXNE-016G-GNCIN 16GB Card

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  1. SK

    I purchased this memory based on customer’s feedback, but as soon as I received it, I ran some tests to see if I can get close to 150 MB/s speed. Unfortunately, the test results didn’t come close. If my tests results came close, I probably wouldn’t have wrote this review, but my test results were far less than what the package states. If you see the screen shots that I took, I’m averaging about 40 MB/s.Read more

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  2. Johnson Boys

    Before buying these, I had thought that my Nikon camera was worn out from 4 years of use. I was so disappointed with the degrated quality from when I first got it as a package that also came with a card. BUT after shooting some pictures with this card, I realized that my camera is STILL WORKING GREAT and that it seemed to lack quality because I had begun using cheapest cards from the local stores. I was buying th cheap ones so that I could leavethe pictures on the cards as a backup. While these cards are not super expensive, after researching, I found out about the “number in the circle “. This one is a 10 and my cheapies were a 4. Don’t make the same mistake, just get the 10!Read more

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  3. Renegade: Bold As Love

    You can’t beat this particular card for performance and value. It’s become VERY confusing to understand all the ratings on SD cards. A 128gb card can range from $20 to $250 and that raises a lot of questions about what you actually need vs. what you pay for. If you are using this for picture or video captures on a 4K DSLR or Video Caamcorder, your manual will clearly state the minimum rating your device requires. The truth is you can buy a card that can handle 10x the speed of your device — but so what? If your device can’t write data faster than is stated in the manual, then a faster card won’t do much more than one at the rated speed for your device. Match up your device to the specs of the card, and that will work well. The main factor is that the rating is at least matched, and the performance/reliability ratings for the SD card. Most brand names, like this one, are amazingly reliable. Here’s the truth — there will always be reviews from those pour souls who had cards fail in the middle of a wedding ceremony and yes, they want to shout out about such a disaster the card is, but chances are those are truly exceptions and not the rule. I have a lot of these 128gb cards running pure 4K video recording on pro video camera and no failures and they handle 60fps 4K video perfectly. No failure in hundreds of hours of recoding — but I just thought of this — I don’t shoot weddings so maybe that’s why not. Sometimes it’s during those critical once in a lifetime events when things seem to go wrong. Doing movies, with multiple takes is less demanding and maybe it’s as simple as these cards can’t handle pressure and buckle under it! And that’s the point. At $29 bucks, you buy a lot of these and have backups. I’d never shoot a wedding with just one camera as that’s risky. With 4 cards in the bag for each camera I’m covered. Even the $249 cards fail, and I bet the only time they do us when the groom lifts the veil and it’s at that moment even the most expensive card goes cluck — at that magic moment of the bridal kiss… No matter what card you use, get at least one backup. At this price get four or more.Read more

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  4. Jim Elmer

    I bought this specifically for the faster transfer rates. Not so much for the camera side – but rather for transferring the photos to the computer. I can tell you it works as expected. While I don’t regularly fill these guys up, it was a bit annoying having to wait 15+ minutes for all the files to copy over. Now wait times are regularly in the 3 to 4 minute range. On the camera side, I shoot a lot of video, and never notice any buffering issues.Read more

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  5. TAn

    Having UHS-II is nice but having more memory cards with lots of space is better than having less cards because like all things, it’s not a matter of “if” it will fail but “when”—so load up on lots of SD cards. Don’t get too big because if you lose that card, that is a lot to lose. Everyone who buys memory cards should test if it’s fake, so if you’re on Mac, try Disk Speed Test by Blackmagicdesign. If you’re on Windows, I recommend h2testw. 1. Insert your SD card into your computer 2. Run h2testw.exe 3. Select “English” 4. Click “Select target” 5. Select your SD card’s drive letter 6. Ensure “all available space” is selected 7. Click “Write + Verify” 8. Wait until the process is completed The test took about 30min for me. The time varies due to SD card size. If the test finished without errors, your SD card is good and you can delete all .h2w files on your SD card. If the test shows any other results, your SD card may be corrupted or damaged and you may have to return/replace. I bought 4x of SanDisk 128GB when it was $24 for my mirrorless. It’s Sandisk—reliable, durable, and best bang for your buck.Read more

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  6. Phil Stracchino (Technical Thug)

    The SD card in my Fuji digital camera had been acting up for a while, often throwing card errors on card insertion. Recently it got much worse, then fell apart altogether, so I looked for a replacement. I settled on SanDisk, not the only option out there, but a good solid brand. The claimed 90MB/s transfer rate for the SanDisk Extreme is a huge improvement over the previous card, which was also Sandisk but was a Class 10 card which (if you search a little, you will find) is rated for only 10MB/s sustained transfer. My camera accepted the new card without any issues, recognizing it immediately and formatting it without hesitation. It’s a little difficult to judge changes on transfer rate in an application like this, but the camera seems to be saving photos faster. Certainly there is little enough price difference between this and a Class 10 card to make it practically a no-brainer. I’ll be able to get a better idea of transfer performance after I shoot some video. Two Technical Thug thumbs up on this one.Read more

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  7. C L Sturch

    I want to warn other customers about these cards. I purchased two for a holiday. Both failed and I came away with about 5% of my photos. I have had my camera checked and used other cards since without any problems, which confirms the fault is definitely with the cards. I have not received a refund either, because I tried to find out if data could be recovered from them and did not return them in time. This was my worst ever purchase from Amazon. A lot of money wasted for cards that do not work. I would give this zero stars if I could.Read more

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  8. Momchil M.

    I have both this card and the “silver” one from SanDisk. I would recommend the “yellow” one, named Extreme over the Ultra. The difference is noticeable when I shoot JPEG+RAW files in my camera. Then the “yellow” one writes down the pictures quite a bit faster. When shooting only JPEG the 2 cards are the same. My camera shoots 1080p video and for that I see no difference between them too. But still the “yellow” one is faster with the RAW files and with the price being virtually the same, I would recommend it over the “silver” one.Read more

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  9. Somdeb Sengupta

    Dont go for extreme pro cards unless you are shooting 4k 100mbits on a sony camera. This is the best budget high speed memory card… SDXC (xavc-s supported) V30 (min. 30mbps video write speed) Class 10 ( min. 10mbps data write speed) UHS-I 3 (ultra high speed 3) Best in the businessRead more

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  10. Marcelo Barbosa

    Produto NÃO ORIGINAL. Não a presenta nenhuma inscrição de fabricante ou número de série no verso do cartão, apenas Made in China.Read more

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  11. Client d’Amazon

    Étonné de découvrir des cartes Extreme (non “PRO”) proposant des débits de 150 Mo/s en écriture (plus que les 95 Mo/sec des anciennes cartes Extreme PRO), j’en ai commandé 2. Testées hier, elles sont très loin d’atteindre les débits promis!! Je les ai testé sur 2 ordinateurs avec des lecteurs de carte SD en USB 3.x. Le débit en écriture plafonne entre 50 et 53 Mo/sec et le comble c’est en lecture : on est entre 85 et 88 Mo/sec, très trèèèès loin des 150 Mo/sec annoncés! Comment peut-on accepter de laisser de telles affirmations fausses ? C’est effectivement marqué **JUSQU’À** 150 Mo/sec mais là, il y a beaucoup trop de marge, si encore on atteignait 110-125 Mo/sec on se dirait qu’effectivement dans certaines circonstances on peut frôler les 150 Mo/sec, mais là non, on tourne à même pas 60% de la vitesse annoncée! Ne vous ruinez pas à prendre les Extreme et Extreme PRO annoncées à des débits fantaisistes, les modèles du dessous ne feront pas pire (ou de peu) pour moins cher!Read more

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