Enjoy High-Speed Photography with SDXC Memory Cards

Peak SDXC Card Performance for Incredibly Rich Data Streams

SDXC UHS-II, U3, Class 10, V90 Cards

The ProGrade Digital SDXC™ UHS-II, U3, Class 10, V90 memory card brings peak performance to premier DSLR, mirrorless, camcorder and digital cinema cameras that produce incredibly rich data streams and require more from an SDXC memory card. Get precise capture with no dropped frames when recording 6K, 4K, Ultra High Definition (UHD), plus high bit rate MPEG-4. Guaranteed to operate at a maximum read rate of up to 300MB/s and maximum write speed of up to 250MB/s. V90 ensures that write speed will not drop below 90MB/s.

SDXC Card Technical Specs

Capacity: 64GB / 128GB / 256GB

Read Speed: Up to 300MB/s

Write Speed: Up to 250MB/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 Memory Card V90 Frequently Asked Questions

What is the SDXC Card?

The SDXC memory card allows you to do more with your device. The faster bus speeds enable improvements like professional-level recording in compact consumer camcorders and exponentially increases the number of frames shot per second with SDXC cameras.

What is the difference in SDHC vs SDXC?

The SDHC memory card standard is for capacities from 2GB up to 32GB, SDXC memory cards have a capacity from 32GB to 2TB

What is the difference in SD vs SDHC vs SDXC?

SD is the oldest memory card standard with only 2GB of storage that uses the FAT12 and FAT16 file system. SDHC memory cards, on the other hand, have storage sizes available from 2GB to 32GB and use the improved FAT32 system. SDXC memory cards have the largest storage capabilities available with between 32GB and 2TB of storage space and use the highest-rated exFAT file system.

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 device performance. It is available on both SDHC and SDXC memory cards and devices. 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.

Reference: www.sdcard.org/consumers/faq

Jeff Cable

Jeff Cable

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