Reviews and Problems with Kingston 64GB Kingston SDXC 64GB Class10 Card (SD10A/64GB)
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Superior mix of cost and performance
JackRack, B&H Photo
11 March 2015
Excerpt: I use this card as media for my D800 and D750 for stills and an occasional short video clip. With a maximum read speed of 90MB/s and a maximum write speed of 45MB/s and an attractive price it seemed the ideal trade-off between price and performance.
Excerpt: When I aquired my Canon GF G30 camera I ordered several SD cards to see which one(s) could keep up with the high demands of the G 30 recording throughput. The highly rated Panasonic SDXC 64 GB had "card too slow" errors when the 3-sec pre-roll was running then I hit record.
Excerpt: I have used both SanDisk and Kingston products for many years. The outward difference is the cost and write speed (the speed at which the SD card stores an image). The decision of which to purchase is easily determined by the genre of photography in which you engage.
Summary: Hize varias pruebas con esta tarjeta y una sandisk, y tienen practicamente la misma velocidad, yo la utilizo con una camara Nikon D5500 y graba full hd a 60p sin problemas, tampoco e tenido ningun problema con las rafagas de la camara, todo perfecto tarjeta recomendable.