Whether you’re a hobbyist or a pro, we’ve got memory card solutions with size and speed to meet your needs.
Approximations are based off a 16 megapixel (MP) MILs/DSLRs and point and shoot cameras.
|Capacity||16MP Photos + 4K Ultra HD Video|
|32GB||2,000 photos + 28 minutes of video|
|64GB||4,000 photos + 56 minutes of video|
|128GB||8,000 photos + 112 minutes of video|
|256GB||16,000 photos + 224 minutes of video|
|512GB||32,000 photos + 448 minutes of video|
|1TB||Up to 64,000 photos4 + 896 minutes of video|
Our memory cards are tested under harsh conditions. SanDisk SD™ and microSD™ (including SDHC™, SDXC™, microSDHC™ and microSDXC™) memory cards are capable of withstanding some or all of the following conditions.5
Tested to withstand up to 72 hours in 1m salt or fresh water; IEC 529 IPX7; product must be clean and dry before use.
Capable of withstanding operating temperatures from -13ºF (-25ºC) or 185ºF (85ºC) for 100 cycles (equivalent to 28 hours).
Shock and Vibration Proof
Capable of withstanding up to 500G of shock.
Immune to airport X-rays.
Capable of withstanding up to 5000 Gauss of static magnetic field.
Able to withstand drops up to 5 meters (16.4 feet).
The amount of storage available to hold your content
For faster app loading and performance
Video Speed Class
Supports multiple stream recording
Always follow these tips to ensure your data remains safe.
Read/Write to a Card Every Year
Cards left inactive for too long are more prone to data corruption and loss.
Always Format in the Camera
Always format a memory card in your camera. Formatting a card in a computer likely will result in data corruption or loss.
Always Use a Card Reader
When copying your images to a computer, use a card reader instead of connecting your camera to the computer. It will be faster and less likely to corrupt the data.
Use Multiple Smaller Capacity Cards
You don’t want to use large volumes of images if you break or misplace a card. Use smaller capacity cards and then archive them as backup when full.
Always Use a Backup
Have a backup system like the WD My Passport Wireless SSD, so you can back up your memory cards in the field, with one click, without a computer.
Don’t Mix Cards and Cameras
Don’t use one memory card in two different-model camera bodies. Doing so increases the chances of data corruption and loss. Use separate cards in separate cameras.
Say NO to the microSD Adapter
Don’t use the microSD adapter to fit microSD cards into a full-sized SD camera slot. They are not designed to handle that much data throughput and will likely corrupt your data or lose the image. microSD cards should only be used natively in phones, tablets, action cameras, and drones.