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For many photographers, memory cards are an essential part of every shoot. If you want your memory card in tiptop condition, here are tips you can follow to make it last as long as possible. Click here to read more.

Sandisk Extreme PRO 64GB 10 Stores
SanDisk Extreme PRO microSDHC/microSDXC UHS-I memory cards now come with up to 64GB of storage for uncompromising smartphone, tablet and camera performance. Capture 4K Ultra HD and Full HD videos** and enjoy transfer speeds of up to 95MB/s** so you can shoot like a pro and still experience world-class responsiveness from your phone. Class 10 and UHS Speed Class 3 (U3)**ratings mean your videos can meet today's highest resolution standards. Pro video performance with both Class 10 and UHS Speed Class 3 (U3) Industry-leading UHS-I data speeds up to 95MB/s to shoot and save high resolution videos and stills Durability-tested; waterproof, shockproof, x-ray proof, temperature proof** Unparalleled Data Speeds for Ultimate Mobile Performance SanDisk Extreme PRO microSD UHS-I card transforms the way you experience your mobile device with read speeds of up to 95MB/s** for advanced photo capture and faster file transfer. Shoot 4K Ultra HD Video Today Pro video performance with both Class 10 and UHS Speed Class 3 (U3). Your videos will meet today’s highest resolution standards and will look stunning on the latest 4K Ultra HD TV screens and monitors, making this the ideal card for your 4K Ultra HD video-enabled smartphone, tablet or camera. All the Memory You Need Generous storage capacities up to 64GB** mean you won’t run out of the memory you need to work, shoot and share high resolution videos and stills. Built for Extreme Conditions SanDisk Extreme PRO microSD™ UHS-I Cards are waterproof, shockproof, x-ray proof and temperature proof to protect your memories from life's mishaps**. Take your phone or tablet to the snow, to the pool or to the desert. Your card will survive, even if your device doesn't. Support The SanDisk Extreme PRO microSD UHS-I Memory Card is backed by a lifetime limited warranty**. Support also includes RescuePRO® Deluxe data recovery software downloadable offer** for bringing accidentally deleted images back to life. Form factor: microSDHC™ (16GB, 32GB), microSDXC™ (64GB) Available capacities: 16GB, 32GB, 64GB** Performance/speed: Up to 95MB/s read and up to 90MB/s write speed** Temperature proof, water proof, shock proof, and x-ray proof** Card dimension: 0.59in x.043in x.04in (14.99mm x 10.92mm x 1.02mm) Operating temperature: -13ºF to 185ºF (-25ºC to 85ºC) Storage temperature: -40ºF to 185ºF (-40ºC to 85ºC) Compatibility: Compatible with microSDHC, microSDXC, microSDHC UHS-I, and microSDXC UHS-I supporting host devices** Class 10 and UHS Speed Class 3 (U3)** for 4K Ultra HD (3840x2160p) and Full HD video (1920x1080p)** RescuePRO® Deluxe data recovery software downloadable offer** Support: Lifetime limited warranty** Read more
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ASUS Hyper M.2 X4
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Sandisk SDSQUNB-032G-GN3MN
RM 68.00

Sandisk Ultra microSDXC UHS-I 32GB, 32 GB, MicroSDHC, Class 10, 48 MB/s, Grey, White

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Samsung Pro MicroSDHC 16GB
RM 52.50 RM 130.00

Samsung MicroSDHC 16GB Pro, 16 GB, MicroSDHC, Class 10, UHS-I, 90 MB/s, Grey, White

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ADATA Premier SDHC UHS-I U1 Class10 8GB
RM 39.50

ADATA Premier SDHC UHS-I U1 Class10 8GB, 8 GB, SDHC, Class 10, 30 MB/s, Black, Blue

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Samsung PRO 64GB Class 10 Micro SDXC Card
RM 149.00 RM 273.90

Samsung EVO Plus MicroSD Card, 32 GB, MicroSDHC, Class 10, UHS-I, 80 MB/s, Black, Red, White

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Samsung Galaxy EVO Plus MicroSD Card 128GB
RM 406.00

Samsung Evo Plus 128GB MicroSD XC Class 10 UHS-1 Mobile Memory Card for Samsung Galaxy S7 S7 Edge

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How to Properly Use and Take Care of Memory Cards with These 7 Tips

Regardless of the type of camera, there’s this common denominator among many different variants – the memory card. It serves as a backup storage to store photos when your camera’s internal memory is filled completely. Although it’s just an add-on device, it still important to take care of it. Overlooking the following procedures below will not only affect your memory card but also your camera.

If you encounter an error, eject the memory card

If some of your images are removed due to an error, it’s best to quit using the memory card. This is because if you keep using it, there’s a chance you might overwrite other images, which is the worst thing that could happen. If the worst happens, you can still recover the images by using data recovery tools or services which require additional time and expenses.

Add or delete images one at a time

In case you didn’t know, deleting images from your card can easily reduce its life. When you add or remove data one at a time, it takes more processing power which can take a toll on your memory card. Thus, it’s recommended to erase images all at once or better yet format your memory card. Not only it will extend the life of your memory card but also prevent errors from happening.

Avoid overstuffing your memory card

Normally, people delete images off the memory card once it’s full. But it’s best to remove the images regularly rather than wait for all the memory to be used up. You won’t have to worry about losing gigabytes of images if you lose a camera or memory card since you already moved the best photos to another device and deleted the unimportant ones.

Better have a backup memory card

It would be totally unfortunate if your memory card dies halfway through your trip. However, having a backup will allow you to continue using your camera. Also, having an extra memory card means you will not lose all the images from a shoot if your card dies.

Eject the memory card properly from your computer

Taking the memory card out of a card reader or computer without properly ejecting it could corrupt the data. To prevent this, make sure to follow the right procedure by right clicking the drive designated to your memory card. Then, click “eject’ and remove the card from the card reader.

Keep your camera’s firmware updated

Just like in smartphone operating systems, camera manufacturers release firmware updates every so often. These will not only keep your camera updated but also fix bugs and errors that are related to the memory card.

Replace batteries before they run out of juice

Make sure to check the battery level of your camera and replace them before they completely run out of juice. Doing so will prevent the battery from running out while the camera is in the process of creating an image to your card. It will avoid losing the last image and stop errors from occurring when it is not fully created to your memory card.

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