ADATA Premier Pro Series SDXC UHS-I U3 Memory Cardsearch

ADATA Premier Pro Series SDXC UHS-I U3 Memory Card

ADATA Premier Pro Series SDXC UHS-I U3 Memory Card

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God damn I don't need this, I need the UHS-II drop again (and for it to ship internationally this time.......)
So this would work fine with the Nintendo Wii U correct?
Mojados79
Unfortunately the Nintendo Wii U supports SDHC memory cards up to 32GB, but does not support SDCX cards. You can use it with a USB Adapter though!
Would this work to upgrade memory on the Nintendo Switch?
Lipton101
no nintendo switch uses a micro SD
80mbps is not adequate for actual 4k. Only for heavily compressed 4k that is essentially full HD due to the compression artifacts. This would be pretty good for a DSLR if you are just spraying and praying. Might pick up a couple for that use. But for 4k, don't screw around. You are going to have to get UHS-II and spend close to $100 per. The Sony G series have been solid for me.
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yeah for HD this is fine, unless you are using some crazy high bandwidth codec like the Canon 4DmkIV. But that camera has an alternate mode that isn't as taxing.
Calaverasgrande
Keep in mind MB and Mbit are not the same. 80MB/s would theoretically support a 640mbit/s codec. This card's minimum advertised write speed of 30MB/s should be able to write 240mbit/s non-stop without interruption.