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    Theodore Lonneman

    I recently found that two of my SDXC cards had broken and would probably fail shortly. I’ve always used SanDisk Ultra SD cards and I’m impressed with how well they’ve held up over time, but do any of you all have any suggestions for what I should purchase as replacements? From what I’ve seen other brands like PNY sometimes have a higher read/write bit rate than SanDisk but they’re generally more expensive.


    Josiah Waldner

    I started using Sandisk Extreme Pro cards recently to try and increase my burst rate. I really like them. There are reliable and really fast. I guess it all boils down to what your camera can support. If my camera could support uhs 111, I would get them, but since it cannot use the second row of contacts, it would not gain me much. Sony sells “tough” cards if you beat them up a lot.

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