Hero imaging card for Android; memory for Android phones and tablets; microSDXC; UHS-I; C10;  Full-HD video; smartphone memory card; Video Speed Class 30 (V30); Extreme; microSD card; imaging card for point-and-shoot cameras; Class 10 microSD cards; 4K UHD

Easy File Recovery with RescuePRO Deluxe Software

The card comes with a RescuePRO Deluxe data recovery software download offer [5]. This software makes it easy to recover files that have been accidentally deleted (download required).

Durable Design for Use in Extreme Environments

SanDisk Extreme PRO microSDXC UHS-I cards are shockproof, temperature-proof, waterproof, and X-ray proof, [3] so you can enjoy your adventures without worrying about the durability of your memory card.


Not all devices support microSDXC memory card formats. Check with your device manufacturer for more details.

* 1GB=1,000,000,000 bytes. Actual user storage less.

[1] Up to 200MB/s read speeds, engineered with proprietary technology to reach speeds beyond UHS-I 104MB/s, require compatible devices capable of reaching such speeds. Up to 140MB/s write speeds. 1MB = 1,000,000 bytes. (256GB-1TB)

[2] A2 performance is 4000 read IOPS, 2000 write IOPS. Results may vary based on host device, app type and other factors.

[3] Card only.

[4] Registration required; terms apply.

Dimensions: 0.1 x 1.5 x 1.1 cm; 5 Grams
Batteries Included: 1 Unknown batteries required.
Manufacture: SanDisk
Dimensions: 0.1 x 1.5 x 1.1 cm; 5 Grams
Origin: China

18 Responses

  1. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    Bought to use in my Insta 360 x3. What can I say. It works perfectly in the Insta and I have had no issues in reading or writing to this memory card.

  2. Scott Hayden says:

     United Kingdom

    Use a few of these for action cameras and drone footage. Never had an issue with one yet. The specifications on these particular ones are high and they are much more affordable now.

  3. Hanif Jackson says:

     United Kingdom

    I’ve bought several of these from Amazon and have never been disappointed, very reliable and always 100% genuine cards. I use them in my drone and handheld video camera and they work great, and the free recovery software is great too (although hopefully never need it!).

  4. reinaldocroteau says:

     United Kingdom

    Top quality SD card for use in action cameras and drones for when you want high picture quality and top speed read/write performance. I have used these for years and they’ve never failed me. This seller has them at a bargain price and with Prime delivery next day, first class service.

  5. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    Have a sony PS1 xstation (modded to play ps1 games off sd card) and decided to try a cheap card. Game sound would crackle and fmv would stutter. Got a sandisk extreme to replace it and games perform flawlessly now. Taught me a lesson to pay that bit extra for sandisk products.

  6. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    Golden Review Award: 2 From Our UsersI ordered these to use with my new Insta 360. I already have so many Cards from SanDisk. It is important to buy from a trusted seller. I have bought so many from eBay and realised that they are fake. I have ultimate confidence in buying from Amazon and I am sure that these will be exactly as good as the ones that. I have bought previously. These really are the premium accepted brand for all photography and video ography and vloggers out there. So don’t cut corners and spend a little bit more money and buy a product from a recognised manufacturer like SanDisk. If the data that you record is important to you and the photos that you’re taking need to be kept safe, then SanDisk is the only choice. I only use SanDisk an for the for the extra money these extreme Pro cards Are the right choice for anybody recording 4K from drones or cameras Because of the fast write speeds, that’s the thing to look for.

    5.0 out of 5 stars As usual, excell quality and ultimate confidence

  7. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    I found this card to be perfect for the Galaxy S20, which has the option of a micro SD card to expand the storage. Performance has been great no matter what you do; fast shoot photos/8K video/app storage, etc. Much better value than buying a phone with more built-in internal storage. Also safer, should your phone die, you still have the card to transfer/access any stored content.

  8. oursayonbluray says:

     United Kingdom

    SanDisk are my preferred supplier of SD Cards and I have used them in lots of devices over many years, with only one failure. This 256GB card was purchased for use with a GoPro MAX, which is the 360 degree version of GoPro cameras and this card capacity is the largest which this camera can handle.

    When initially I put the card in the camera, it wasn’t recognised, so I formatted it on a windows 11 PC using the SD Card Association’s formatting software and then formatted the card again in the GoPro Max camera, using it’s formatting option.

    All good and the card is working perfectly.

  9. coolmathgamest says:

     United Kingdom

    Golden Review Award: 3 From Our UsersFantastic card for use with a DJI MINI 3 pro drone. I tend to buy 64gb cards in case I get a fly away or it crashes into water – this means that if I lose data, it won’t be everything. I know some people recommend 512gb cards – but if I used one of these and I lost my drone, that’s a lot of data to lose! Smaller cards reduce the risk (albeit a little more expensive).

    Write and read speed are great and I’ve not had any issues shooting 4k HQ video at 30 FPS. This gives about 2 hours of footage per card – more than enough!!

    SD adaptor comes in the box, so easy transfer from drone to PC/Mac.

    Do yourself a favour and get a few of these and pop them in your drone bag, just in case you leave one in the computer during transfer.

  10. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    Golden Review Award: 6 From Our UsersThese are pretty much as good as it gets, if you need a fast microSD card, it’s as simple as that. For use-cases like action cameras, samplers etc., they’re ace.

    Make sure to re-format them with the SD Association formatter (a free download, google it) as it can make a real difference to latency.

    If you need a card for a continuously-writing application like a dashcam, I’d suggest buying specific high endurance cards. I tend to buy the Samsung Pro Endurance cards for this, which are reliable and good value. However, for applications where performance is the main requirement, these have become my default choice for a reason. Every now and then, I try other brands and lines, benchmarking obsessively, but these remain unbeaten.

    When buying, have a think about how much space you need and look at the price per gigabyte. There are often value “sweet spots”, which can give you better bang for buck. In any case, the Sandisk Extreme PRO (crazy name, crazy guy) still represent reasonable value for what they are. Very much recommended.

  11. MaurineUllathor says:

     United Kingdom

    Used in my drone on holiday saved alot of swopping and changing out with 64gb drives as we were travelling very ligh

  12. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    Golden Review Award: 2 From Our UsersI’m not a benchmark expert, I just find a disk speed tester app and tried it with 2 situations.
    Just by curiosity, because I also wanted to see the difference between SD hosts/adaptors.
    I have a 2014 Mac Book Pro. On Mac’s port, I got around 90MB/s. On the same computer with a USB3 adaptor, I got 174MB/s almost double the speed. To be honest every measurement is slightly different. Please don’t take the numbers as an exact measure. They are not the maximum or minimum measurements, just at the time I measured them. It can vary anytime.
    So keep in mind if you feel like SD is not fast, it may be because of your reader/adaptor or the device. Test with different options.
    I hope this info helps you.

    Satisfying Speed

  13. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    Bought this as apposed to lower speed Extreme because it was slightly lower priced With the free Post.
    Something to consider to beat the 20 threshold.

  14. Coupon Clippin Mommy says:

     United Kingdom

    Just grab this its the high end stuff when it comes to memory cards on the marke

  15. MarvinBelmore says:

     United Kingdom

    Golden Review Award: 2 From Our UsersAfter being burnt by a purchase on another site I was wary but felt fairly confident to buy these. So pleased I did, great value for this class of SanDisk particularly! All the indicators of a genuine SanDisk were present and as final confirmation, they go into my GoPro without an error message.

  16. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    I bought this primarily to use as a boot drive in a 2GB Raspberry Pi 4 Model B (pop goes my warranty?) but in a fast USB 3.0 card reader rather than in the Pi’s A1-rated integrated microSD card slot.

    This should provide performance close to a very fast HDD but the size of a little fingernail, and that will be plenty fast enough as it’s going to be used as a 1080p network streaming media centre with all media stored remotely.

    The capacity I chose is far larger than I need, but this will hopefully help the drive’s longevity, not that I’ve had a single Sandisk microSD card fail in donkey’s years of Pi-ing.

    I’ll give this one a big thumbs-up for now.

    This thing flies!

  17. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    Golden Review Award: 2 From Our UsersI use this with my DJI, mini 2, GoPros and Insta360 cameras and no complaints, I tend to always go with the same SD card as it’s reliable fast and has a good storage. It did corrupt twice, however, which gave me suspicions of it being fake, I highly doubt it was my gear as that is all pretty much top-of-the-line, but it could’ve been. All round I wouldn’t worry, but it was a bit disappointing for me considering it was exclusive to this one.

  18. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    I purchased this for my dash cam but unfortunately it didn’t work kept freezing contacted Nextbase they stayed you have to use their own memory card even though this memory card seems to be a higher specification then there’s