High-Speed Photography at Your Fingertips with SDXC Cards

SDXC V60 Memory Cards to Streamline Capture

SDXC™ UHS-II, U3, Class 10, V60 cards

ProGrade Digital SDXC™ UHS-II, U3, Class 10, V60 memory cards provide excellent value for the money, and a performance level that streamlines capture when paired with the latest DSLR, mirrorless, camcorder and digital cinema cameras. No dropped frames—even when acquiring data-intensive 4K, Ultra High Definition (UHD) and high bit rate MPEG-4. SDXC Cards are guaranteed to operate at maximum read speed of up to 250MB/s and maximum write speed of up to 130MB/s. With Video Speed Class 60, a minimum write rate of 60MB/s is guaranteed.

SDXC Card V60 Technical Specs

Capacity: 64GB / 128GB / 256GB

Read Speed: Up to 250MB/s

Write Speed: Up to 130MB/s

Form Factor: SDXC UHS-II

Dimensions: 0.94″ x 1.25″ x 0.08″ (24 mm x 32 mm x 2.1 mm)

Operating Temperature: -13℉ to 185℉ (-25℃ to +85℃)

Storage Temperature: -40℉ to +185℉ (-40℃ to +85℃)

Compatibility: Compatible with SDXC and SDXC UHS-I enabled host devices

Security: Built-in write-protect switch prevents accidental data loss

Compatibility Sheets

Compatibility charts showing which cards to use with many popular cameras including action cameras, drones, DSLRs, mirrorless and video cameras. ProGrade Digital is always testing new models and so check back here for updates.

SDXC Card V60 Frequently Asked Questions

What is the SDXC Card?

The SDXC memory card allows you to do more with your device. Whether you’re looking for camera, video, or action-cam compatibility, the faster bus speeds enable improvements like professional-level recording. The speed improvements also exponentially increase the number of frames shot per second with SDXC cameras.

What is UHS-I vs UHS-II?

UHS (Ultra High Speed) defines bus-interface speeds up to 624 Megabytes per second with UHS-I (104MB/s), UHS-II (324MB/s) and UHS-III (624MB/s) classification for greater SDHC and SDXC device and memory card performance. As far as physical differences between the cards, UHS-I cards have one row of pins on the back of the card and UHS-II cards have two rows. ProGrade Digital only manufactures UHS-II cards.

What is the difference between SDXC V60 and SDXC V90?

The Video Speed Class for SD cards is designated by a V followed by a number like V60 or V90. This designation replaces the C and U designations previously found on SD cards. Video Speed Class identifies the speed needed for 4K and 8K video capture which was not covered in prior designations. By covering a wide range of capture formats, video speed class is intended to simplify what consumers need to know about the speed of an SD card.
A V60 card is tested to have a minimum sustained write speed of at least 60MB/s while a V90 card has a minimum sustained write speed of at least 90MB/s.

Jeff Cable

Jeff Cable

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