Sony 16GB High Speed Class 10 UHS-1 Micro SDHC up to 95MB/s Memory Card (SR16UXA/TQ)
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- Up to 95 MB/s high speed transfer speed and up to 30MB/s write speed
- For use with smartphone, tablet, camera or PC
- For action and fast motion photos and videos
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Lexar Professional workflow UR1 microsd card reader was used for all tests except when noted
CrystalDiskMark 5.0.2 x64 was used to produce all the test results and was set up with 2 passes and 100MB read/write size
All cards up to 32GB are formatted as FAT32 with 32KB allocation unit size, all 64GB cards are formatted exFAT with 128KB allocation unit size
Test Results (Numbers are Sequential Read, Sequential Write, 4K Random Read, 4K Random Write in MB/s, speeds greater than 10MB/s were rounded to the whole numbers)
16 GB Alphabetically
Lexar 633x** -- 88, 25, 8.7, 1.2
Panasonic U3** -- 93, 42, 11, 0.7
Sandisk Extreme Pro -- 95, 80, 7.6, 2.6
32 GB Alphabetically
Delkin U3 -- 93, 59, 11, 0.6
Kingston 90R/80W -- 93, 58, 11, 0.6
Lexar 1000x -- 90, 57, 10, 1.4
Lexar 1000x with Bundled Reader* -- 148, 60, 10, 1.4
Patriot EP -- 90, 35, 10, 0.6
PNY Turbo Performance -- 91, 55, 6.9, 0.9
Samsung Pro gray -- 92, 82, 10, 3.6
Sandisk Extreme Pro -- 94, 87, 9, 3.0
Sony up to 95MB/s -- 91, 51, 4.8, 0.9 <== the listed product
Transcend Ultimate 633x -- 93, 85, 8.1, 1.4
64 GB Alphabetically
Delkin U3 -- 94, 27, 13, 0.3
Kingston 90R/80W -- 94, 25, 13, 0.3
Lexar 1000x -- 92, 56, 12, 1.5
Lexar 1000x with Bundled Reader* -- 153, 66, 11, 1.7
Patriot EP -- 81, 22, 11, 0.6
PNY Turbo Performance -- 92, 54, 6.9, 0.9
Samsung black -- 82, 20, 8.8, 2.1
Samsung Pro gray -- 90, 80, 10, 3.5
Samsung Pro+ *** -- 92, 86, 10, 5.3
Sandisk Extreme Plus**** -- 92, 58, 10, 2.8
Sandisk Extreme Pro - 97, 91, 10, 3.0
Sandisk Ultra ***** -- 46, 16, 7.0, 2.1
Sony up to 95MB/s -- 92, 49, 5.2, 0.9 <== the listed product
Transcend Ultimate 633x -- 93, 83, 7.3, 1.4
128 GB Alphabetically
Lexar 633x -- 78, 28, 3.3, 1.4
Sandisk Ultra -- 92, 19, 6.4, 2.4
* The Lexar 1000x card is the only UHS-II card available and tested, the bundled USB reader has extra pins for reading UHS-II card
** Came bundled with a device
*** Purchased from a large west coast electronics retailer. This card is a new release and not currently available on Amazon. It is different from the gray-colored Pro card
**** old model tested, not the current U3 model
***** old model tested
Fastest Sequential Read:
All tested cards were able to accomplish > 90MB/s, with the Lexar 1000x able to take advantage of UHS-II speed when using the bundled USB reader and leading the pack
Fastest Sequential Write:
Sandisk Extreme Pro, Samsung Pro+, Transcend Ultimate 633x
Fastest Random Read:
Fastest Random Write:
Samsung Pro+ and Sandisk Extreme Pro
Performance and price are not proportional when it comes to selecting a microSD card. Some of the worst performing cards in this review also happen to be the most expensive.
Not all 633x cards are created equal. The two cards reviewed from Lexar and Transcend are both marked as 633x but vary in performance greatly.
4k video recording using action cams and drone cameras have a typical bitrate of 60mbps or 100mbps, corresponding to 7.5MB/s to 12.5MB/s. All cards in this review should theoretically be able to handle this usage easily.
Using microsd card as supplemental phone storage potentially could benefit from a faster card,
Best Looking Card (if it matters):
Sandisk Extreme Pro: Red/Gold with white print
Lexar 1000x: White/Gold with Black/White print
Samsung Pro+: White/Black with a red stripe and Black/White print
PNY Turbo: Lime Green/Black with Black/White print
Update 9/14/2015: Added additional cards to the list.
When I was able to get to a retail store, they tried loading the card on their system and got the same message. Luckily, I had been backing up my videos --- otherwise I would have lost the first 12-days of my trip. I was also lucky that I was carry a 16GB SD card with me otherwise I would not have been able to capture my day on Mt. Rainier (I did loose the first few hours, but that was nothing compared to what I could have lost). I purchased a new SD card (PNY Technologies) and have not had any issues as of today (Feb, 4, 2017).
The strong summer heat (~90F) didn't affect on the SD card. The speed is still great. The film quality is as clear as the beginning.
It also has a sleeve to combine with the micro chip. So I could use it directly on my laptops and no need to search for converters.
Given my intended use (aerial cinematography), this Sony card card more than meets my needs.
As a result, I have decided to buy another one of these cards as 4K vids consume a lot of space.