Shooting HD video requires a lot of available space on a memory card. Kingston’s SDXC 128GB Class 10 memory card is a perfect solution to not running out of space while shooting your HD videos.
Since I have purchased my Canon T3i DSLR, I have increased my memory storage capacity needs quite a bit. At the same time, I have wanted to try and figure out the fastest way to transfer all my videos and pictures from the memory card to my computer for editing, etc.
Kingston SDXC 128GB Class 10
Let’s see how the Kingston SDXC 128GB Class 10 memory card compares in a real life data transfer next to a Transcend SDHC 32GB Class 10 memory card.
Both cards in this video are formatted using ExFAT format.
Kingston currently offers the following capacities in the Class 10 product line:
- 4 GB
- 8 GB
- 16 GB
- 32 GB
- 64 GB
- 128 GB
Kingston’s SDHC/SDXC cards offer larger-volume data storage and HD Video recording.
|Kingston 128GB SDXC Class 10||USB 2.0||USB 3.0|
|Transfer 3.45GB to WD Black SATA 1TB 7200rpm||3 min 17 sec||1 min 55 sec|
|Transfer 3.45GB to Kingston 120GB SSD||12 sec||12 sec|
The image below shows the data transfer rates and final time on how long it took in order to transfer 3.45 GB of data from both memory cards to a SATA Western Digital Black 1TB hard drive.
The image below shows the data transfer rates and final time on how long it took in order to transfer 3.45 GB of data from both memory cards to a Kingston 120 GB SSD.
Overall I think Kingston did an awesome job with this memory card. Even though I don’t see a huge performance increase from the Transcend card as well as from USB 2.0 or 3.0, the ability to have a memory card with up to 128GB of available space is great!
With this large of capapcity, running out of space while on the set shooting your videos or pictures is not something you will have to stress about as often.