DSLR users will be able to snag SanDisk’s 32GB Extreme SDHC Card that promises to read and write at a speed of up to 30MB/s. SanDisk says this card will quickly process data, enabling DSLR users to take photographs in burst mode without worrying to miss a shot.
The 32GB Extreme SDHC card adheres to SD Association’s new Class 10 specification making it future proof as well as work flawlessly in extreme temperatures ranging -13F (-25C) to 185F (85C).
The 32GB card will be available from August at an undisclosed price. SanDisk will also upgrade the smaller capacity Extreme SDHC card to Class 10 from the current Class 6.