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  • 8GB Capacity
  • Minimum 20MB/ sec consecutive read/write speeds
  • Speed opening rating – Class 6 (based upon SD 2.0 specification)
  • Extended heat tested – -13º F to 185º F (-25ºC – 85ºC)
  • RescuePRO Recovery Software – ensures your photos will regularly be there

Product Description
Serious veteran photographers who direct a single of a fastest, many rugged, as well as many permanent mental recall cards upon a marketplace should select a SanDisk Extreme III SD card. Built to work underneath a many severe conditions, with SanDisk Extreme III you?ll get some-more speed, improved performance, as well as unmatched reliability.That?s since usually SanDisk Extreme III mental recall cards underline innovative ESP Technology for a fastest speeds as well as top performance. ESP stands for ?Enhanced Super-Parallel Processing?. Simply put, it equates to we have been removing a fastest read/write speeds accessible ? an extraordinary smallest 20MB per second consecutive review as well as write speed ? speed you?ll really conclude during your convenience we find yourself sharpened as well as storing cinema in oppressive environments, impassioned temperatures or during tall altitudes.

SanDisk Extreme III 8 GB Class 6 SDHC Flash Memory Card SDSDRX3-8192-A21

5 Reviews

  1. J. Martin says:

    I’m using this card (with the associated reader) with my Canon XSI. While the speed of the card exceeds the requirements of the camera, the fast read speed is a real boon when I need to move hundreds of RAW image files to my PC. The included reader is required for this, as the SD reader in my PC cannot handle this SDHC card. Very happy, I love the fast read speed this card supports.
    Rating: 5 / 5

  2. R. Vega says:

    For the professional photographer or the serious (obsessed) amateur this card is a must buy. You really can’t beat the price/value ratio here. This is a fully certified Class 6 card which ensures a data read/write of 20MB/s (Class 6 is the fastest type in the SDHC profile). In fact I like these cards so much this is my second one, I have a 4GB of the same kind. If you use it with a point-and-shoot camera this will definitely be overkill but you can rest assured that it won’t let you down. Great product by SanDisk.

    Note: Most of us know this is a SDHC card not a regular SD. Regular SD cards are limited to 2GB, if you see a SD card that states a higher capacity be aware that it is essentially a “hack” and the card will not be reliable. I’ve read horror stories of entire projects gone down the drain because of those cards. 4GB and above will always have to be SDHC; therefore they will be capable of working ONLY with SDHC compatible devices.
    Rating: 5 / 5

  3. M. Sirrine says:

    I have several other Extreme III cards and they are great. I use on in a Panasonic Lumix FZ-50 digital camaera, and it works great in burst mode shooting. Sice the card is SDHC format, you need the included card reader when using on a computer to copy files. Small price to pay for high capacity, fast write speeds. Excellent product.
    Rating: 5 / 5

  4. T. E. Walker says:

    I’ve waited for quite some time for this chip to come down in price! If you shoot much in raw mode then you need this! I originally bought the 2gb version of this when I bought my Pentax K10d 10megapixel. With the 2gb chip I didn’t take too many photos in raw mode due to it only allowed a little over 100 shots. With the 8gb chip the camera shows room for almost 500 shots but that is not entirely accurate because not every shot is the max size of 16mb so you actually get more than what the camera says you will get. On top of all of this, this chip is the fastest I’ve been able to find that will keep up with the continuous shot feature. I usually get 8 or 9 shots without any delay before it slows down. My camera takes 3 hots per second so I get three seconds of fast action shooting. After a few seconds of saving all those I can start all over again. I use my 2gb for backup now just in case I fill the 8gb up. I have yet to need to use my backup chip!
    Rating: 5 / 5

  5. castle says:

    I bought the Sandisk Extreme III 8GB SDHC card a month ago and it works very well with my Nikon D80. I love the card’s high performance on my DSLR. Everything in the product description is true. I never regret buying this card instead of the 4GB. I am now able to capture more pictures using JPEG fine or NEF(RAW) format.

    Sandisk cards are extemely reliable and made of high quality. It comes with a image files recovery cd just in case you lost your data inside the card but I have never tested it. The downside is that the card is pricey but it is worth it.

    Highly Recommended!!!
    Rating: 5 / 5

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