Integral 64GB UltimaPro SDXC Card


Prufrock

Link Posted 18/02/2014 - 20:33
Have just bought one of these for my K-5IIs from MyMemory. Seems a good price - actually even better, at 23.99, when I ordered it: sorry, just realised it's crept up! They throw in a microfibre cloth too (to polish the card case?)

Lots of space for me to try out some video recording, and fast transfer speeds. It came with a warning in the pack about using only in an SDXC compatible device and reader. Of course, this isn't a problem for recent Pentax cameras. My laptop SD slot and (4 year old) card reader also worked fine once I'd downloaded an update to read SDXC.

(Technical detail: I'm using versions of Linux on my machines, which needed the exFAT or exfat-utils software - just search the software centre, add it and use the card).

I've used several of the Integral 16GB SDHC Class 10 cards for a while now and found them very reliable.
A few pictures on Flickr

Vaards

Link Posted 18/02/2014 - 21:03
Yes, it is good company!
For utmost security reasons I bought one of their cards what is guaranteed to be super proof - INTEGRAL ENDURANCE 16 GB SDHC (bigger capacity is not available due to production limitations). Integral is the only company who makes professional grade SD cards using SLC chip inside these white ENDURANCE cards. So, I assume their other cards might be really good too!

Thanks for showing up that offer.
Last Edited by Vaards on 18/02/2014 - 21:04

Steep

Link Posted 18/02/2014 - 21:49
I'm using two of the Ultima Pro 32Gb in my K3 also from MyMemory, they are fast cards. Like you I've used many other Integral branded cards, all without issues.

Gamka

Link Posted 18/02/2014 - 23:02
Let us know how it performs.

There is a thread in the Troubleshooter Forum regarding a 64GB SDXC card. The camera firmware for the interface to the card is likely to be based on the same source code so it will be interesting to see if it has any problems or issues.
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