Make your passion a profitable business - our professional line of SD cards will elevate your video-based activities into something professional. We welcome Vloggers, Influencers, Filmmakers, Photographers, and Videographers. Your SDXC Cards will do all the backend heavy lifting of storing and uploading your work efficiently for you so you can concentrate on curating the finest content for your clients/audience.
Faster than 250MB/s write speed - Record your video in high resolution, instantly save it to your device whilst still maintaining the Now you will never have to wait for your images or recordings to upload again. With our Read Speed of 300 MB/s, no matter your work can be uploaded within
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Questions & Answers
What are the manufacturing processes for these cards ?
I have a Stamped "Made in Taiwan" on mine
Is it possible to sustain 300mbps read speeds and 250mbps write speeds on the same card? Is 350mbps read and 250mbps write only a burst-only feature?
If you would like more information, we have a datasheet on our website.
Do you have experience using this with a Nikon ?
In high-speed UHS Nikon D7200 should be able to use a Nikon II card It's just that UHS-I is not available It is a speed II.
The card appears to be an HDS-II device. Does the back of the device have two rows of contacts?
I agree with both of those statements.
Selected User Reviews For SD UHS-II 64GB Card V90 –Up to 250MB/s Write Speed and 300 MB/s Read Speed | for Professional Vloggers, Filmmakers, Photographers & Content Curators – by Prograde Digital
These cards have worked perfectly for me on my last several shoots using the GH5 at 400 megabits recording to both slots at once
I've been completely satisfied with the performance of these cards. The company did not have any issues to complain about. Exactly what was hoped for happens. As far as shooting frame rates, bit rates, resolutions, and situations are concerned, I've used a variety. You will never have to worry about how your cards will hold up, so that's perfect.
| Jan 12, 2021
There is no bottlenecking with the Sony A7III
I love these cards, holy shnikes batman! Raw shooting with the maximum shutter speed on slot one at max shutter speed, this card clears the buffer of the camera in like 2 seconds, as opposed to 15 seconds The only way I can slow down this thing is to throw things at it. Every time I get a minute of downtime I copy card one to card two so it can be backed up and write at its maximum speed. Unlike Sandisk cards, which are only tested for 45 seconds, these cards are tested for every sector at the factory, and each one takes 45 minutes. This is why there is about a 2% failure rate for these cards. Prograde is the only vendor I will buy from now on because their warranty and service are excellent. In order to play, you need to pay.
| Dec 03, 2020
Having recently purchased a V90 Lexar card from a reputable retailer, I tested the card and found that it was nowhere near as fast as the manufacturer claims
It tested with a write speed of 20MB. Although it had a slightly higher speed than advertised, this prograde card was still within the advertised range. Take a look at the photos!.
| Sep 03, 2020
The product meets its advertised performance standards at an affordable price
With a Sony A7rIV, raw images can be captured. The product performs as it is The speed is not as good as my Sony tough but it is close for a lower price. It will only be revealed whether or not it is reliable with time. This brand will likely be used in the future.
| Dec 10, 2020
The cameras we use are fast and shoot uncompressed RAW as well as JPEG With the Sony A7Riv the dual files write nearly simultaneously to this card
In our A7Riv, the dual files write one per second. The current card is not bad, but I'd like to find one with 10 times the speed. Replaced Delkin Power 64 UHS-II with Delkin Power 64 UHS-I A slight delay in speed for the same price, but still only a few percent slower than the top of the line Sony Tough, which is THE fastest, but also the most.
| Jan 22, 2021
A bit nervous at first, but these cards are worth the money
I was a bit nervous purchasing this "premium" priced SD card, but it is extremely fast, and so far it has I have had the best/most consistent speeds I've ever seen on an SD card with this card and the ProGRADE SD card reader. There is a price premium, but I will purchase more of these cards. I feel confident about your cards since you can register them for warranty. The review will be updated if there are any changes within the next year.
| Sep 13, 2020
The value and speed of the service is outstanding
This UHS-II camera was bought by me My Nikon mirrorless camera uses a MicroSD II memory card that works perfectly, with fast write speed and ample memory The fact that I don't need to worry about the memory card inside my camera is wonderful for me As far as I am concerned, it does what it should and therefore is not a concern. It is almost as fast as the hard drive when I take continuous pictures they appear on the card almost in real-time, without waiting. If you plan to shoot long 4K videos, you may need a larger memory card, but for short videos and still shots, 64GB is ample. Wesselmann, Debbie Lee.
| May 10, 2021
The fastest speeds ever I have a Sony Tough card inside my A7RIV and it's almost as fast
My card arrived today, and I immediately tested it against my Sony Tough card with 299 MB/s write speed, and it was just as fast. I shot 85 compressed RAW images in succession on both cards, and then timed how long it took them to buffer after shooting 85 images. Each card was exactly the same, and it took approximately 25 minutes to play them both. A minute and a half. We are talking about a big deal here Having the Sony Tough card made shooting with the A7RIV possible, because it is such a large file size that my Sony Tough card was my fastest. It's either this card writes faster than it's advertised, or the Tough series of Sony cards writes slower than advertised. Either way, this card changes everything. The price is incredible for what you get. No question I am keeping it in my A7RIV slot 1. At 62 megapixels, my Sony camera is estimated to be able to write 4,125 compressed 62 megapixel RAW images to this card. I will probably buy a second one at some point to double the size of my camera's storage.
| May 24, 2021