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SanDisk 128GB Extreme PRO SDXC UHS-I Card (SDSDXXG-128G-GN4IN)
SanDisk 128GB Extreme PRO SDXC UHS-I Card (SDSDXXG-128G-GN4IN)
SanDisk 128GB Extreme PRO SDXC UHS-I Card (SDSDXXG-128G-GN4IN)
SanDisk 128GB Extreme PRO SDXC UHS-I Card (SDSDXXG-128G-GN4IN)
SanDisk 128GB Extreme PRO SDXC UHS-I Card (SDSDXXG-128G-GN4IN)

SanDisk 128GB Extreme PRO SDXC UHS-I Card (SDSDXXG-128G-GN4IN)

SanDisk 128GB Extreme PRO SDXC UHS-I Card (SDSDXXG-128G-GN4IN)
SanDisk 128GB Extreme PRO SDXC UHS-I Card (SDSDXXG-128G-GN4IN)
SanDisk 128GB Extreme PRO SDXC UHS-I Card (SDSDXXG-128G-GN4IN)
SanDisk 128GB Extreme PRO SDXC UHS-I Card (SDSDXXG-128G-GN4IN)
SanDisk 128GB Extreme PRO SDXC UHS-I Card (SDSDXXG-128G-GN4IN)
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Features

  • Ideal for professionals looking to maximize post-production workflow
  • Read speeds of up to 95MB/s; write speeds of up to 90MB/s
  • UHS speed Class 3 (U3) and UHS video speed Class 30 (V30) for 4K UHD video
  • Shock-proof, temperature-proof, waterproof, and x-ray-proof
  • Lifetime limited Warranty

Description

Our most powerful SD UHS-I memory card delivers maximum speed for performance, reliability, and uncompromising image and 4k UHD video quality from your DSLR, advanced digital or HD video camera transfer speeds up to 95 MB/s* move your data fast for efficient post-production workflow.


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Features

  • Ideal for professionals looking to maximize post-production workflow
  • Read speeds of up to 95MB/s; write speeds of up to 90MB/s
  • UHS speed Class 3 (U3) and UHS video speed Class 30 (V30) for 4K UHD video
  • Shock-proof, temperature-proof, waterproof, and x-ray-proof
  • Lifetime limited Warranty

Description

Our most powerful SD UHS-I memory card delivers maximum speed for performance, reliability, and uncompromising image and 4k UHD video quality from your DSLR, advanced digital or HD video camera transfer speeds up to 95 MB/s* move your data fast for efficient post-production workflow.


Shipping

This product includes free shipping to all US addresses.


Delivery

Unless otherwise stated above, most products arrive within 2-3 business days. Larger items may take 6-9 business days. Tracking information will be automatically provided as soon as your order ships.


View our full shipping policy here.

Returns

This product can be returned within 30 days of delivery for a full refund. Please visit our returns center to begin a return.

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Features

  • Ideal for professionals looking to maximize post-production workflow
  • Read speeds of up to 95MB/s; write speeds of up to 90MB/s
  • UHS speed Class 3 (U3) and UHS video speed Class 30 (V30) for 4K UHD video
  • Shock-proof, temperature-proof, waterproof, and x-ray-proof
  • Lifetime limited Warranty

Description

Our most powerful SD UHS-I memory card delivers maximum speed for performance, reliability, and uncompromising image and 4k UHD video quality from your DSLR, advanced digital or HD video camera transfer speeds up to 95 MB/s* move your data fast for efficient post-production workflow.


abunda_amazon_reviews I have long purchased SanDisk SD cards because of the speed and reliability. However, my most recent purchase of the Extreme PRO 128GB card was unfortunately a knock-off as it was not recognized by the Black Magic Pocket Cinema Camera I bought it for. I searched reviews and indeed found another customer who got a knock-off instead of the real deal. SEE THE PHOTOS TO HELP YOU RECOGNIZE THE FAKE CARDS. I returned the SD card and received the real thing two days later and it worked just fine. I would suggest testing SD cards in the intended device immediately upon receipt, as the fake card was recognized by my computer -Mac- without a problem, and oddly showed a capacity of 134.7GB -red flag-. Had I simply stored the card I probably would have missed return by date. Amazon may need to better scrutinize their suppliers. I don't think they would knowingly sell knock-off products.;;Reviewed in the United States on March 4, 2018;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;Great SD Card... BEWARE OF KNOCK-OFFS;;BMPCC User;;;I purchased this SanDisk Extreme Pro 128GB SDXC UHS-I Card (SDSDXXG-128G-GN4IN) on June 14, 2018 because it was supposed to be suitable for recording video in 4K UHD. Unfortunately, I failed to heed all the warnings about counterfeit cards. Fast forward to this past weekend when I first tried to use the card in my Sony a6500 camera to record my grandson's birthday party. Camera would not recognize the card as a class 10 or better and would only allow recording video at 1080i resolution or lower. Upon researching probable causes, I discovered that I have one of the cards with a yellow lock which is an indicator that it is counterfeit. To be sure, I tested the card with SpeedOut v0.5 and achieved a whopping 15.673 MB/s read, and an 8.878 MB/s write speed. To make matters worse, I am beyond my return period so now I am stuck with a worthless card that, at best, is a class 4. Obviously this card is being misrepresented and some bait and switch tactics are being used on the unsuspecting public. Furthermore, Amazon should be ashamed that it allowing this to happen!;;Reviewed in the United States on August 28, 2018;;1.0 out of 5 stars;;DO NOT BUY THIS CARD!!!!;;arcadiajim;;;Excellent SD card. read and write performance are within (grain of salt "within") stated performance expectations. Please try to double check to make sure you're not getting a fake card. The real cards have very little printing on the back of the card and the lock level should be grey; most fakes I've seen have a yellow lock level. The fonts are also different on the fakes card; you can see good examples of real vs fake cards on youtube.;;Reviewed in the United States on May 12, 2017;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;Excellent card but remember there are a lot of fakes out there so please read this;;Siberia2k;;;I'm writing a review to clarify and expand on what some other reviewers have said about the notorious "yellow tab" knockoffs. Keep in mind that all the same reviews show up for any SanDisk Extreme Pro card being sold with this name and description, regardless of the seller. So just because you see a 1-star review describing a fake product, it doesn't necessarily mean that the one you're looking at is a knockoff. First of all, the fake cards are definitely floating around out there. I've received them on two different occasions now, once through eBay and once through Amazon. The first time they arrived in completely different packaging than I was accustomed to, so I was immediately suspicious. The second time (which was the Amazon order) they arrived in the standard SanDisk packaging, but the cards themselves were still fakes. Fortunately, it's very easy to identify the knockoffs no matter how they're packaged. As others have pointed out, they have a yellow lock tab as opposed to a gray one, slightly more yellow-colored "SanDisk Extreme Pro" type on the front of the card as opposed to the gold-colored type on the real cards, and no serial number printed on the back. And most importantly, if you try to use the card in something like a Panasonic Lumix camera, which is what I use them for, you'll get an immediate card error. Secondly, the real cards are rock solid. I've used nothing but SanDisk cards since starting my videography business 5 1/2 years ago and they've always been reliable and performed excellently. Unless you're needing to shoot raw or something like 400mbps 10-bit 4k, these Extreme Pro cards will do the job just fine. So here are the two things to look for to make sure you don't get ripped off: Price. As of 2018, the 128GB Extreme Pro cards retail for $59.99 on Amazon. If you're looking a cheaper price and think you're gonna get a good deal, there's a good chance you'll receive knockoff cards. Both of the times I got fake cards, they were selling for under $50. Just expect to pay standard retail for these if you're going to get them. Seller. Take 30 seconds to click on the seller's link in the product page and look at their selling history and feedback. If they're a brand new seller with some jibberish name, or if they've received negative feedback about selling fake products, it's a pretty clear indication you should look elsewhere.;;Reviewed in the United States on June 17, 2018;;4.0 out of 5 stars;;SanDisk cards are fantastic... but beware of knockoffs;;Lenny Eckhardt;;;Recently purchased two of the above 128GB Sandisk Extreme Pro UHS-I cards from Amazon with the same batch number (766G). 128GB cards with batch number 766G will not work in Sony a7 III Slot 1. This warning displays: "Unable to read memory card. Reinsert memory card. Slot 1" Formatted cards in Slot 2 and inserted in Slot 1 with the same warning. Use SD Card Formatter then inserted into Slot 1 with the same warning Purchased two 128gb cards a few months ago from Amazon and all work well in Slot 1 Batch numbers: 514G - Works 824G - Works There are other batch numbers that are problematic with Sony's Slot 1. The below is from DPReview dot com site. All Cards are Sandisk Extreme Pro UHS-I Cards 128gb - 766G - Doesn't Work 64gb - 838G - Doesn't Work 128gb - 824G - Does Work 64gb - 860G - Does Work 64gb - 127G - Does Work;;Reviewed in the United States on October 7, 2018;;1.0 out of 5 stars;;Heads Up! 128GB cards with batch number 766G will not work in Sony a7 III Slot 1.;;Johnny V

Shipping

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Delivery

Orders placed now will arrive in 6-9 business days. Tracking information will be automatically provided as soon as your order ships.


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Returns

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Top Amazon Reviews


5.0 out of 5 stars
By BMPCC User - Reviewed in the United States on March 4, 2018
Great SD Card... BEWARE OF KNOCK-OFFS
I have long purchased SanDisk SD cards because of the speed and reliability. However, my most recent purchase of the Extreme PRO 128GB card was unfortunately a knock-off as it was not recognized by the Black Magic Pocket Cinema Camera I bought it for. I searched reviews and indeed found another customer who got a knock-off instead of the real deal. SEE THE PHOTOS TO HELP YOU RECOGNIZE THE FAKE CARDS. I returned the SD card and received the real thing two days later and it worked just fine. I would suggest testing SD cards in the intended device immediately upon receipt, as the fake card was recognized by my computer -Mac- without a problem, and oddly showed a capacity of 134.7GB -red flag-. Had I simply stored the card I probably would have missed return by date. Amazon may need to better scrutinize their suppliers. I don't think they would knowingly sell knock-off products.

1.0 out of 5 stars
By arcadiajim - Reviewed in the United States on August 28, 2018
DO NOT BUY THIS CARD!!!!
I purchased this SanDisk Extreme Pro 128GB SDXC UHS-I Card (SDSDXXG-128G-GN4IN) on June 14, 2018 because it was supposed to be suitable for recording video in 4K UHD. Unfortunately, I failed to heed all the warnings about counterfeit cards. Fast forward to this past weekend when I first tried to use the card in my Sony a6500 camera to record my grandson's birthday party. Camera would not recognize the card as a class 10 or better and would only allow recording video at 1080i resolution or lower. Upon researching probable causes, I discovered that I have one of the cards with a yellow lock which is an indicator that it is counterfeit. To be sure, I tested the card with SpeedOut v0.5 and achieved a whopping 15.673 MB/s read, and an 8.878 MB/s write speed. To make matters worse, I am beyond my return period so now I am stuck with a worthless card that, at best, is a class 4. Obviously this card is being misrepresented and some bait and switch tactics are being used on the unsuspecting public. Furthermore, Amazon should be ashamed that it allowing this to happen!

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Siberia2k - Reviewed in the United States on May 12, 2017
Excellent card but remember there are a lot of fakes out there so please read this
Excellent SD card. read and write performance are within (grain of salt "within") stated performance expectations. Please try to double check to make sure you're not getting a fake card. The real cards have very little printing on the back of the card and the lock level should be grey; most fakes I've seen have a yellow lock level. The fonts are also different on the fakes card; you can see good examples of real vs fake cards on youtube.

4.0 out of 5 stars
By Lenny Eckhardt - Reviewed in the United States on June 17, 2018
SanDisk cards are fantastic... but beware of knockoffs
I'm writing a review to clarify and expand on what some other reviewers have said about the notorious "yellow tab" knockoffs. Keep in mind that all the same reviews show up for any SanDisk Extreme Pro card being sold with this name and description, regardless of the seller. So just because you see a 1-star review describing a fake product, it doesn't necessarily mean that the one you're looking at is a knockoff. First of all, the fake cards are definitely floating around out there. I've received them on two different occasions now, once through eBay and once through Amazon. The first time they arrived in completely different packaging than I was accustomed to, so I was immediately suspicious. The second time (which was the Amazon order) they arrived in the standard SanDisk packaging, but the cards themselves were still fakes. Fortunately, it's very easy to identify the knockoffs no matter how they're packaged. As others have pointed out, they have a yellow lock tab as opposed to a gray one, slightly more yellow-colored "SanDisk Extreme Pro" type on the front of the card as opposed to the gold-colored type on the real cards, and no serial number printed on the back. And most importantly, if you try to use the card in something like a Panasonic Lumix camera, which is what I use them for, you'll get an immediate card error. Secondly, the real cards are rock solid. I've used nothing but SanDisk cards since starting my videography business 5 1/2 years ago and they've always been reliable and performed excellently. Unless you're needing to shoot raw or something like 400mbps 10-bit 4k, these Extreme Pro cards will do the job just fine. So here are the two things to look for to make sure you don't get ripped off: Price. As of 2018, the 128GB Extreme Pro cards retail for $59.99 on Amazon. If you're looking a cheaper price and think you're gonna get a good deal, there's a good chance you'll receive knockoff cards. Both of the times I got fake cards, they were selling for under $50. Just expect to pay standard retail for these if you're going to get them. Seller. Take 30 seconds to click on the seller's link in the product page and look at their selling history and feedback. If they're a brand new seller with some jibberish name, or if they've received negative feedback about selling fake products, it's a pretty clear indication you should look elsewhere.

1.0 out of 5 stars
By Johnny V - Reviewed in the United States on October 7, 2018
Heads Up! 128GB cards with batch number 766G will not work in Sony a7 III Slot 1.
Recently purchased two of the above 128GB Sandisk Extreme Pro UHS-I cards from Amazon with the same batch number (766G). 128GB cards with batch number 766G will not work in Sony a7 III Slot 1. This warning displays: "Unable to read memory card. Reinsert memory card. Slot 1" Formatted cards in Slot 2 and inserted in Slot 1 with the same warning. Use SD Card Formatter then inserted into Slot 1 with the same warning Purchased two 128gb cards a few months ago from Amazon and all work well in Slot 1 Batch numbers: 514G - Works 824G - Works There are other batch numbers that are problematic with Sony's Slot 1. The below is from DPReview dot com site. All Cards are Sandisk Extreme Pro UHS-I Cards 128gb - 766G - Doesn't Work 64gb - 838G - Doesn't Work 128gb - 824G - Does Work 64gb - 860G - Does Work 64gb - 127G - Does Work

Recent Reviews


5.0 out of 5 stars
By BMPCC User - Reviewed in the United States on March 4, 2018
Great SD Card... BEWARE OF KNOCK-OFFS
I have long purchased SanDisk SD cards because of the speed and reliability. However, my most recent purchase of the Extreme PRO 128GB card was unfortunately a knock-off as it was not recognized by the Black Magic Pocket Cinema Camera I bought it for. I searched reviews and indeed found another customer who got a knock-off instead of the real deal. SEE THE PHOTOS TO HELP YOU RECOGNIZE THE FAKE CARDS. I returned the SD card and received the real thing two days later and it worked just fine. I would suggest testing SD cards in the intended device immediately upon receipt, as the fake card was recognized by my computer -Mac- without a problem, and oddly showed a capacity of 134.7GB -red flag-. Had I simply stored the card I probably would have missed return by date. Amazon may need to better scrutinize their suppliers. I don't think they would knowingly sell knock-off products.

1.0 out of 5 stars
By arcadiajim - Reviewed in the United States on August 28, 2018
DO NOT BUY THIS CARD!!!!
I purchased this SanDisk Extreme Pro 128GB SDXC UHS-I Card (SDSDXXG-128G-GN4IN) on June 14, 2018 because it was supposed to be suitable for recording video in 4K UHD. Unfortunately, I failed to heed all the warnings about counterfeit cards. Fast forward to this past weekend when I first tried to use the card in my Sony a6500 camera to record my grandson's birthday party. Camera would not recognize the card as a class 10 or better and would only allow recording video at 1080i resolution or lower. Upon researching probable causes, I discovered that I have one of the cards with a yellow lock which is an indicator that it is counterfeit. To be sure, I tested the card with SpeedOut v0.5 and achieved a whopping 15.673 MB/s read, and an 8.878 MB/s write speed. To make matters worse, I am beyond my return period so now I am stuck with a worthless card that, at best, is a class 4. Obviously this card is being misrepresented and some bait and switch tactics are being used on the unsuspecting public. Furthermore, Amazon should be ashamed that it allowing this to happen!

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Siberia2k - Reviewed in the United States on May 12, 2017
Excellent card but remember there are a lot of fakes out there so please read this
Excellent SD card. read and write performance are within (grain of salt "within") stated performance expectations. Please try to double check to make sure you're not getting a fake card. The real cards have very little printing on the back of the card and the lock level should be grey; most fakes I've seen have a yellow lock level. The fonts are also different on the fakes card; you can see good examples of real vs fake cards on youtube.

4.0 out of 5 stars
By Lenny Eckhardt - Reviewed in the United States on June 17, 2018
SanDisk cards are fantastic... but beware of knockoffs
I'm writing a review to clarify and expand on what some other reviewers have said about the notorious "yellow tab" knockoffs. Keep in mind that all the same reviews show up for any SanDisk Extreme Pro card being sold with this name and description, regardless of the seller. So just because you see a 1-star review describing a fake product, it doesn't necessarily mean that the one you're looking at is a knockoff. First of all, the fake cards are definitely floating around out there. I've received them on two different occasions now, once through eBay and once through Amazon. The first time they arrived in completely different packaging than I was accustomed to, so I was immediately suspicious. The second time (which was the Amazon order) they arrived in the standard SanDisk packaging, but the cards themselves were still fakes. Fortunately, it's very easy to identify the knockoffs no matter how they're packaged. As others have pointed out, they have a yellow lock tab as opposed to a gray one, slightly more yellow-colored "SanDisk Extreme Pro" type on the front of the card as opposed to the gold-colored type on the real cards, and no serial number printed on the back. And most importantly, if you try to use the card in something like a Panasonic Lumix camera, which is what I use them for, you'll get an immediate card error. Secondly, the real cards are rock solid. I've used nothing but SanDisk cards since starting my videography business 5 1/2 years ago and they've always been reliable and performed excellently. Unless you're needing to shoot raw or something like 400mbps 10-bit 4k, these Extreme Pro cards will do the job just fine. So here are the two things to look for to make sure you don't get ripped off: Price. As of 2018, the 128GB Extreme Pro cards retail for $59.99 on Amazon. If you're looking a cheaper price and think you're gonna get a good deal, there's a good chance you'll receive knockoff cards. Both of the times I got fake cards, they were selling for under $50. Just expect to pay standard retail for these if you're going to get them. Seller. Take 30 seconds to click on the seller's link in the product page and look at their selling history and feedback. If they're a brand new seller with some jibberish name, or if they've received negative feedback about selling fake products, it's a pretty clear indication you should look elsewhere.

1.0 out of 5 stars
By Johnny V - Reviewed in the United States on October 7, 2018
Heads Up! 128GB cards with batch number 766G will not work in Sony a7 III Slot 1.
Recently purchased two of the above 128GB Sandisk Extreme Pro UHS-I cards from Amazon with the same batch number (766G). 128GB cards with batch number 766G will not work in Sony a7 III Slot 1. This warning displays: "Unable to read memory card. Reinsert memory card. Slot 1" Formatted cards in Slot 2 and inserted in Slot 1 with the same warning. Use SD Card Formatter then inserted into Slot 1 with the same warning Purchased two 128gb cards a few months ago from Amazon and all work well in Slot 1 Batch numbers: 514G - Works 824G - Works There are other batch numbers that are problematic with Sony's Slot 1. The below is from DPReview dot com site. All Cards are Sandisk Extreme Pro UHS-I Cards 128gb - 766G - Doesn't Work 64gb - 838G - Doesn't Work 128gb - 824G - Does Work 64gb - 860G - Does Work 64gb - 127G - Does Work