The Sandisk Extreme Pro UHS-II 280MB/s was Sandisks first UHS-II card. Like the Lexar 1000x, it’s age shows. It does however still performs faster than the Lexar 1000x in most devices. While this card is still a pretty good UHS-II memory card, it performs rather poorly in UHS-I devices. This card has also been discontinued so if you do find a copy make sure you’re only using in UHS-II cameras other wise you’re wasting money.
Sandisk Extreme Pro 280Mb/s UHS-II Memory Card Sizes
The Sandisk Extreme Pro UHS-II card can still be found in two sizes – 32GB and 64GB.
|Memory Card Name||32GB||64GB|
|Sandisk Extreme Pro 280 UHS-II||Amazon||Amazon|
Real World Memory Card Performance
This card works very well in UHS-II cameras and is very quick. However, I’ve found it has very poor performance when used in UHS-I cameras or devices. For that reason I don’t recommend this card, there are better options from other brands like Sony, Delkin, Adata and Transcend.
|Memory Card Name||USB 3.0 Read||USB 3.0 Write|
|Sandisk Extreme Pro 280 UHS-II||260.5 MB/S||214.8 MB/S|
Speed Class: U3 / Class 10
UHS-I / UHS-II devices
Limited Lifetime Warranty
UHS-II USB 3.0 Memory Card Readers
To get maximum speed when transferring from this card to your computer, you should always use a UHS-II memory card reader, or else you’ll be somewhat wasting the best features of UHS-II memory cards – crazy fast read speeds.
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