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SDXC V60: 32mm x 24mm x 2.1mm
The UHS-II SDXC V60 Memory Card from ProGrade Digital features a storage capacity of up to 512GB per card and takes advantage of the UHS-II bus to support maximum read speeds of 250 MB/s and maximum write speeds of 130 MB/s. This SD card has also been designed with the V60 Video Speed Class rating, which guarantees minimum write speeds of at least 60 MB/s, allowing the memory card to be used in DSLRs, mirrorless cameras, camcorders, and digital cinema cameras to produce 4K, UHD 4K, 3D, Full HD, and high bit rate MPEG-4 video. It is also well suited for raw photos and rapid-fire bursts.
UHS-II memory cards achieve their speed through an extra row of pins and while this SDXC card has been designed for cameras that are UHS-II / V60 compatible, it may be used in devices that do not support UHS-II / V60. However, bear in mind that this card will then default to your device’s speed class and bus rating, such as UHS-II and V30, which supports minimum write speeds of 30 MB/s, or UHS-I and U3, which also supports minimum write speeds of 30 MB/s. If your device does not support U3, this SD card is compatible with the U1 and Class 10 standards, each of which guarantee minimum write speeds of 10 MB/s.
Built for extreme conditions, ProGrade Digital’s UHS-II SDXC Memory Cards are able to withstand temperatures from -13 to 185°F, allowing you to take this card with you into extreme environments, such as snow and deserts. It is also X-ray proof and shockproof, and a built-in write protect switch helps to safeguard your content from being erased.
- NOTE: If you’re using an GH5, GH5s, EOS-R, A7RIII, A7RIV we recommend using our V90 cards.
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What is the SDXC card?
The SDXC memory card allows you to do more with your device. Whether you’re looking for camera, video, or action-cam compatibility, the faster bus speeds enable improvements like professional-level recording.
What is UHS-I VS UHS-II?
As far as physical differences between the cards, UHS-I cards have one row of pins on the back of the card and UHS-II cards have two rows. ProGrade Digital only manufactures UHS-II cards.
SDXC COMPARISON: What is the difference between SDXC V60 and SDXC V90 SD CARDS?
To understand the difference between V60 and V90 SD Cards, just remember that a V60 card is tested to have a minimum sustained write speed of at least 60MB/s while a V90 card has a minimum sustained write speed of at least 90MB/s.
How to choose an SD card: Class and speed ratings explained
That little SD card – or Secure Digital card if you want to use its full name – has provided us with the de facto means of portable storage for a very long time. Dating all the way back to 1999 in fact. In that time, it’s fought off plenty of competition, but still sets the standard when it comes to expandable storage.
Nowadays, you’ll find SD cards come in all manner of different shapes and sizes, and can be slotted into plenty of devices from cameras and smartphones to handheld games consoles like the Nintendo Switch. The world of SD cards can be a confusing one, with different speed ratings, sizes and capacities. Buying SD cards can be tricky, but with the right know-how, you’ll be able to pick out the right SD card that suits your needs. Here’s how to choose an SD card.
READ NEXT: Our pick of the best microSD cards
How to choose an SD card: Nintendo Switch
Nintendo’s handheld/console hybrid, the Nintendo Switch, is a memory-hungry machine and it’ll need some extra storage if you’re planning on picking up as many great games as possible. Shipping with only 32GB of onboard storage, you’ll run out of space pretty fast. Unlike most consoles, however, micro SD expansion is on the cards, but which is the best microSD card for your Nintendo Switch?
What with the Nintendo Switch supporting cards up to 2TB, there’s plenty of different sizes to choose from. Obviously, prices skyrocket when you’re looking at the higher end of the scale, so if you haven’t got a whole lot of cash after buying the thing, perhaps get something small – 64GB or similar – for the time being. The biggest thing to look out for is that UHS-1 speed rating. There are official Nintendo-branded Switch micro SD cards doing the rounds, but they’re bloomin’ expensive, so here’s our pick of the best SD cards for your Nintendo Switch.
Samsung Memory 64 GB EVO Plus MicroSDXC UHS-I Grade 1 Class 10 Memory Card with SD Adapter – Black/Red/White
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How to choose an SD card: What SD card types are there?
SD, SDHC and SDXC
As SD cards have begun to physically shrink down in size over the years, the SD card can be considered the ‘full-size’ variant. It’s typically what is used in most modern digital cameras and nearly all laptops will come equipped with an SD card reader slot.
Where things can become confusing is when you see ‘SDHC’ and ‘SDXC’. The first stands for ‘Secure Digital High Capacity’. This was initially introduced to cover SD cards with a capacity above 2GB and below 32GB. The latter stands for ‘Secure Digital eXtra Capacity’, which go far beyond 32GB in size. You can buy SDXC cards with a whopping 2TB of storage.
READ NEXT: Buying a new camera as well? Here’s our top picks!
SD, SDHC and SDXC all physically look the same, therefore they’ll all fit in a regular SD card slot. Problems might arise depending on the device you’re looking to use them in. Older devices that pre-date SDXC’s introduction might therefore not be compatible, so be sure to check your product’s specifications. Devices are backwards compatible, so an SDXC-compatible device can use SDHC and SD cards. An SDHC-compatible device can use SDHC and SD cards, but will not be able to use SDXC cards.
MiniSD and MiniSDHC
The MiniSD was the first miniaturisation of the SD card and is around half the height of the original SD card. You can also find miniSDHC cards, which expanded storage to 4GB. Again, you’ll need to make sure your device specifically supports miniSDHC rather than just miniSD. The miniSD card never gained much traction, however, so devices that use it are relatively uncommon. Often, miniSD cards will come with an adaptor that can convert it into a full-size SD card, which makes it easier to use with laptop card readers.
MicroSD, MicroSDHC and MicroSDXC
The microSD is the smallest version. You might have also seen it referred to as TransFlash or abbreviated as a TF card. MicroSD cards, as the name implies, are physically tiny and came about predominantly to be used in smartphones that would benefit from a much smaller card.
Like the full-size SD card, there are also microSDHC and microSDXC variants that expanded the storage beyond the initial limitations. Right now, the largest microSDXC available is 128GB, which isn’t as much as the largest SDXC card but then you’re limited by the physical size of the card. When buying a microSD, microSDHC or microSDXC card you’ll usually get a full-size SD card adaptor as well. Again, SDXC-compatible devices will be backwards compatible with microSDHC and microSD cards, and microSD cards can be used in microSDHC devices.
How to choose an SD card: SD card speed classes explained
The next area of confusion is around speed classes. These are how different SD, miniSD and microSD cards are rated in terms of read and write speeds. These are important particularly when the cards are used in camcorders or action cameras as the speed of the card will limit the video resolution and bit rate you’re able to record. High-resolution and high bit rate video requires a lot of data to be written to the card very quickly. Stills cameras with high resolutions and fast burst shooting will also take modern cards to their limits.
The SD Association devised a way to standardise the speed ratings for different cards. These are defined as ‘Speed Class’ and refer to the absolute minimum sustained write speeds. Cards can be rated as Class 2 (minimum write speed of 2MB/s), Class 4 (4MB/s), Class 6 (6MB/s) or Class 10 (10MB/s). It’s important to note that these are the minimum, so it’s entirely possible a card can achieve faster speeds but these give you an impression of the least you can expect.
Many SD card manufacturers will also list a specific speed alongside the Class rating. This means a card can be Class 10 but also be listed as ‘up to 80MB/s’. The wording is important, as that’s the best you can expect but not necessarily what you’ll always achieve. You might also see a description such as ‘533x’. This refers to a multiplication of the speed of an old CD-ROM (150KB/s). So in this case 533 x 0.15 = 80MB/s (as there are 1,000KB in a MB). On any type of SD card, the Class rating is denoted by a number inside of a C symbol.
UHS Speed Class
The next rating is the UHS Speed Class. This stands for Ultra High Speed and refers to minimum sustained writing performance for recording video. UHS came about due to 4K-capable video devices needing faster write speeds.
The SD Association has two UHS Speed Classes, UHS Speed Class 1 and UHS Speed Class 3. UHS Speed Class 1 supports a minimum 10MB/s write speed, whereas UHS Speed Class 3 supports at least 30MB/s write speed. The UHS Speed Class is denoted by either a 1 or 3 inside of a bucket U symbol. As a rule of thumb, 4K-capable camcorders will usually require at least a U3 rated SD card.
UHS Bus Speed
Things get a little more confusing as UHS Speed Class-rated devices will also use one of two UHS Bus Interfaces that indicate the theoretical maximum read and write speeds. They’ll be listed as either UHS-I or UHS-II to show which interface is used. UHS-I devices have a maximum read speed of 104MB/s, whereas a UHS-II card has a maximum read speed of 312MB/s. Note that unlike the UHS Speed Class, these are not sustained speeds.
How to choose an SD card: Buying the right SD card
It might sound obvious, but the safest way to make sure you buy the correct card is to first consult your product’s user guide or specifications, at least to be sure if your device takes full-size SD or microSD cards. Checking before you buy an SD card is particularly important if your device has specific requirements, such as many 4K camcorders. These will usually explicitly state what type of memory card is required in order to record at the top resolution or bit rate. The Sony FDR-X1000V action camera, for example, clearly states that it needs a Class 10 U3 microSD card in order to record in 4K.
If you’re not recording in 4K, the speed might not be so important. A faster-rated card will still be useful if you’re using the card to expand the storage in a smartphone or laptop, as a faster read and write speed will make it more responsive. Faster cards in a still image camera will also mean being able to take more or faster photos in burst mode, as these can be written to the card far quicker. Class 10 cards are usually not much more expensive so it’s worth paying the extra.
If you’re looking for the best microSD card for your smartphone, tablet, camera or 4K action camera, then click here to check out our guide to the best microSD cards you can buy from £7
comparison of Rutoken and JaCarta tokens
Electronic signature carriers (EDS): comparison of Rutoken and JaCarta tokens
September 9 ’21
The ES key carrier (token) is a secure “flash drive” for storing an electronic signature. The choice of media depends on the application. Let’s talk about the types of tokens and their differences.
- Why you need a token, not a flash drive
- What are the types of tokens
- What is a smart card
- What is a Bluetooth token
The token looks like a flash drive, but differs from it in an increased level of protection: it has a password (pin code) and FSTEC / FSB certification. In advanced models, there is a hardware crypto-core of the device – a built-in means of cryptographic information protection (CIPF). If there is no crypto-core, you need to install a special program on your PC – a crypto-provider. Most often, CIPF “CryptoPro CSP” is used. The program is purchased separately.
Protected media are divided into 2 types: with built-in cryptographic information protection and without it.
In the table we compare the main characteristics of tokens.
Let’s talk about each carrier in more detail.
Such media are suitable for filing reports, participating in auctions, signing documents for EDI or registering on the Chestny Mark. They do not have a built-in CIPF, they are not suitable for working with alcohol in EGAIS.
The most budget token option. It does not have additional functions, but has everything you need to work. FSTEC certified.
1 800 ₽
They have a higher level of security, certified by FSTEC and FSB. The formation of an electronic signature for them can be carried out inside the media, and not in the cryptographic provider program. When generating hardware keys, the internal cryptography of the token can be used. Due to this, the installation of a crypto provider on a PC when using these models is not necessary on such resources as State Services, services of the Federal Tax Service, Chestny Znak, etc.
To work in EGAIS, it is necessary to purchase such tokens.
Token with improved speed characteristics and increased memory size — 128 Kb. Supports new encryption algorithms and allows you to set advanced pin codes policies. There are models in the line that work both via USB and via the NFC protocol. Suitable for work in EGAIS.
2 400 ₽
The same model, but with a different connector. Suitable for laptops with USB Type-C or Thunderbolt 3 port (except 2018 Apple iPad Pro). Suitable for work in EGAIS.
2 400 ₽
Unlike Rutoken, JaCarta-2 SE has 2 advantages:
- 2 pin codes can be set on the model. The first user enters when he logs into the system (standard for advanced tokens), the second – when he conducts transactions or signs documents. This reduces the risk of erroneous actions and improves data security.
- JaCarta has implemented a new blocking protection mechanism. The carrier will not be blocked if you enter the wrong pin several times – this happens on Rutoken models.
1 650 ₽
If the user has entered the wrong code several times, then attempts to enter will be exhausted. The correct pin can be entered after a certain time – this interval is set in advance. You do not need to contact the CA to unlock the media.
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The difference between TF card and SD card
There are several types of memory cards available on the market, so how do you choose one for your digital device? You have nothing to worry about. We are here to clarify the features of TF card and its difference from SD card.
- What is a TF card? 3 tips for getting the most out of it
- TF card vs SD card? 3 tips for choosing
- TF Card Deleted Data Recovery Tip
- 3 tips to fix a damaged TF card
What is a TF card?
The TransFlash (TF) card is the first tiny fingernail-sized memory card. It is really very small, because its size is only 11x15x1 mm. Launched in 2004 by SanDisk, it is the result of a joint effort between SanDisk and Toshiba.
It was renamed micro SD card when the SD Association purchased it from SanDisk at the end of the year. Officially, she received the coveted membership in SD products. Micro secure digital (SD) cards are a miniature version of secure digital cards.
When to use the TF card?
TF (MicroSD) cards have a form factor that makes them suitable for most mobile phones and tablets. Because of their tiny size and high capacity, they are used in portable music players, GPS devices, and flash drives. TF cards are even used by DVRs and quadcopters.
They are mainly used to increase the storage capacity of mobile phones. You can use them to store data such as images, pictures, videos, MP3s, etc. in digital form. You can also use them to transfer music files from one computer to another.
How does a TF card work?
It can be easily used with an SD adapter. It is compatible with any SD card reader. You can also use it as an SD card with an SD card adapter.
Select a TF card with speed class (1 to 10). A fast rating card ensures efficiency and productivity. It increases the storage capacity of your phone or camera and makes it more responsive.
3 tips for getting the most out of your TF card
TF card is the smallest size card. It can also be easily used as an SD card with the help of an SD card converter. You can resort to different ways to expand the scope of its use.
Let’s start with the fact that we use our smartphones and tablets to store things. These include our contacts and messages.
Our mobile phones store many applications, pictures, music, movies and more. This creates a load on the memory of mobile phones and reduces their efficiency.
This is where the TF card comes in handy. It can be used for various devices, including smartphones, cameras, tablets, etc.
It is used to store your files, including documents, songs, movies, etc. It works with multimedia data protection technology – CPRM. It increases the memory and capacity of your smartphone.
This card is able to increase the space of your device up to 32 GB. So, get a new card or replace your existing card with a larger capacity card. This will improve performance and keep your saved files safe.
Many smart phones, MP3 players and other smart gadgets rely on TF cards. They can be used to transfer any music from one computer to another. You only need to use a TF card reader. This will help Windows recognize the card and assign a new drive to it.
You can also download any MP3 track directly from the Internet to your card. When the browser asks you to choose a folder to store your downloads, select the drive assigned to it by Windows.
Use it to play music without a mobile phone or MP3 player. Yes, you can enjoy your favorite things using Bluetooth technology. All you need is your PC’s wireless speaker, which needs to be connected to any Bluetooth-enabled device.
TF card vs SD card? 3 tips for choosing
Most people don’t know the basic differences between SD card and TF card.
Both are used to store data on multiple devices. However, they differ greatly from each other in several respects (eg their size, application, etc.).
What is an SD card?
The SD card is a new generation storage device. It appeared in August 1999, even before the TF card. Companies such as SanDisk, Panasonic and Toshiba have released this ultra-compact and extremely lightweight storage device. It is used in large digital devices such as multimedia players, digital cameras, laptops and even desktop computers.
Later named micro SD card by SanDisk, the TF card is almost the same as the SD card. They do not have any technical or physical differences. TF card can be easily used in any SD card slot. Exactly the same as the last one, without any problems, you can use it in any TF card slot.
The TF card is part of the SD card product. It can be used as an SD adapter and is fully compatible with any SD card reader. Similarly, a TF card can be used as an SD card after being changed by the SD card adapter.
Difference between TF card and SD card
- Names: TF card is a flash memory card. An SD card is a non-volatile Secure Digital memory card.
- Definition: TF card is a tiny flash memory card based on NAND MLC technology and SanDisk controller. The SD card is a new generation memory card that uses Semiconductor’s flash memory.
- Origin: The TF card was jointly developed by SanDisk and Motorola in 2004. The SD card was jointly developed by SanDisk, Panasonic and Toshiba in 1999 year.
- Conversion: TF card can be converted to SD card with the appropriate card adapter. However, the latter cannot be used on any device that supports TF card connection.
- Size and appearance: They vary in size. The TF card size is 15mm x 11mm x 1mm, while the SD card size is 24mm x 32mm x 2.1mm.
- Application: Due to its tiny size, TF card is commonly used in smartphones. However, it is now also used in portable music players, GPS devices, and even some flash memory drives. SD cards are mainly used in multimedia players, digital cameras and other portable devices.
- Security: The SD card design has a lock switch, while the TF card design does not. The lock switch ensures that data is protected from being deleted or edited.
- Capacity: Both come with different storage sizes. The SD card can be the following memory size – 512GB 128GB 64GB 32GB 16GB 8GB 6GB 4G 2GB 1GB 512MB 256MB 128MB. The TF card is available in 128GB 64GB 32GB 16GB 8GB 6GB 4G 2GB 1GB 512MB 256MB 128MB.
- Design: The structure of the SD card is different from that of the TF card. The ribs on the back of the latter are made differently than those of the SD card.
- Price: SD card is priced higher than TF card (same brand, speed, capacity and manufacturer).
3 tips for choosing between TF card and SD card
After reading the information about TF card and SD card, you must know better about them. But the question still remains – how to choose between TF card and SD card?
TF card is for smartphones, GPS and DVRs, and SD card is suitable for camera use.
So, before you start buying a card, you must clearly state your requirements for it. This will save you time, effort and money.
- If you need a card for your smartphone, you can choose one or the other. The only thing to consider is your budget. But don’t buy cheap products. Otherwise, you will lose twice as much money to repair the card.
- The next important thing to keep in mind is rating class and speed. A higher rating provides increased speed and greater performance. Both cards have a rating class from 1 to 10. To increase the memory capacity of your mobile phone, use a card with a higher rating. High speed card provides better performance and responsiveness.
- If you want to increase the storage capacity of your smartphone or device, please select a chip that you use frequently. Although TF cards are quite practical and simple, SD cards are still used more often.
TF card is more versatile and convenient to use than SD card. The reason is that the latter cannot be turned into a micro SD card. However, you can easily convert a TF card with an SD adapter.
With these tips in mind, you can easily choose between these two cards.
1 tip for recovering data deleted from a TF card
TF cards are one of the most popular devices for storing important information (files, photos and images). They are used in mobile phones, digital cameras, music players, etc. Meanwhile, it may cause your data to be lost. So, I will show you the solution to recover computer data from your TF card.
You can recover deleted files from TF card using Recoverit Data Recovery. It can also repair damaged video files on Windows and Mac.
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Step 1: Run the program
Choose a location to install the TF card recovery program on your computer. Write “Recoverit” in the search bar on your computer if the program icon does not appear on your desktop. Now click on the application or select it to open it.
Step 2: Select and scan the TF card
Select your TF card with deleted data and files, and then click “Start” button to search the data.
Step 3: View and restore files
Select the desired files or data. Restore them to any safe place or location of your choice.
Want to recover data or photos deleted from TF card? Do not rely on any data recovery consulting companies. Use a file recovery program that is compatible with the TF card.
- You may end up paying some data recovery firm a huge amount of money to recover your deleted data from TF card;
- At the same time, employees involved in the work can steal your personal and confidential data.
Therefore, it would be better if you used a data recovery software rather than a data recovery consulting firm. Recoverit professional data recovery software is a reliable program to recover files from TF cards.
With this software you can also get back your pictures, documents, music files, videos and any other important information. These files may have been deleted, lost or hidden.
So if you suddenly lose important files or documents, don’t panic. You can get your files and data back with this handy and reliable software. It’s easy to download and use. Restoring your files will only take a couple of minutes.
3 tips to fix a damaged TF card
You have already learned how to recover deleted files and data from a TF card. Now let me tell you how to fix a damaged TF card. Recoverit professional data recovery software is a handy tool for recovering a damaged card.
What are the typical symptoms of a damaged TF card? Some of the most common causes of card corruption are virus infection, data transfer interruption, and removal of the card while files are being written to it.
Below you will find signs that your card is damaged:
- Your card does not display saved files or photos;
- She starts to slow down;
- The camera shows a black screen;
- The map cannot be opened;
- It does not appear on your Windows, i.e. displayed as an invalid file system;
- Windows Disk Management does not show any media (or the card is completely invisible).
Now let’s find out three important tips on how to fix your damaged TF card.
Solution 1: Repair the corrupted TF card using CHKDSK
Run CHKDSK to check and fix the bad factors of the TF card. This will help repair your TF card without formatting it. Make it simple.
- Simply insert a TF card into your computer with a memory card reader.
- In the start menu, search for cmd and press Enter. In the list of programs you will find cmd.exe.
- Click on ‘cmd.exe’. You will be taken to a command window where you can repair a damaged card without formatting it.
- Write to chkdsk [SD card letter]: /f or chkdsk /h /f [SD card letter].
After you complete all the above steps, the file system of the TF card will be checked. Windows will fix it in a couple of minutes. You will see the message “Windows has patched the file system in the command window”.
This means that your damaged TF card has been repaired and fixed. So, you can successfully find your data and files on your card again.
Solution 2: Run Windows Repair
You need to take the following steps.
- Plug in the TF card and press Windows and E to open Windows Explorer;
- Right click on the TF card;
- Go to ‘Properties’;
- Click on the ‘Tools’ tab;
- Press ‘Check’;
- The scanning process will start. Wait for it to finish. Close the window and see if the issue is resolved.
Solution 3: Replace the card reader, USB port, or adapter
Connection or power problems often lead to card damage. The main step in this case is to eliminate all external factors.
To find the cause of the problem, you must connect another computer, adapter, or USB port. The card may be damaged due to a bad connection. After replacing these devices, your TF card may start working normally again.
Tip: Keep your data safe by moving it to a safe place such as cloud storage.
That’s it. By reading this detailed manual, you have learned the detailed information about TF and SD memory cards. Plus, you now also know when to buy them and how to make the most of them. It also outlines the easy steps to recover important data from damaged TF card. Among other things, this information will also help you repair a damaged TF card.
You might be interested in how to format a damaged SD card.