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Samsung Pro 64GB SDXC Memory Review | Product Review

Samsung Pro 64GB SDXC Memory Review
   Memory cards can be the most important part of your photography gear. Yet many choose to get the cheapest memory cards they can get, while at the same time running the risk of loosing valuable data and slow data speeds. Looks like Samsung has came to the rescue. The new SD Pro memory cards from Samsung seem to have found a reasonable price point, but how do they perform and will they hold up. Watch the video to find out. Also what are your thoughts on Samsung's offerings? Is this something you would buy, or do you already own them. Post your comments below I would love to hear from you.




About this product:

Samsung’s Pro SDHC/SDXC line of durable SD Memory Cards are water proof, magnet proof, and shock proof. Keeping your files safe from the hazards of travel photography. Also these are Class 10 memory cards that offer high speed transfer rates on most digital devices. The SD Cards are water proof even in seawater, samsung states they are proven to last up to 24 hours submerged. Available in 16GB, 32GB & 64GB capacities with data speed up to 80MB/s Read and 40MB/s Write.


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