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When it comes to flash memory cards, there are a lot of options out there. Determining which type of card is right for you, depends on the overall goal of your project. One specification of flash memory cards is that they are either classified as U1 or U3 . These UHS speed class specifications determine the format, resolution and overall quality of the photo or video being captured. Compatibility with host devices is also a very important factor in determining your choice of card.

Here are some helpful tips to determine which card will meet your needs:

  • If you're goal is to shoot consistent high resolution photos or video with a drone, action camera, or other device a U3 card will be the best option.
  • If you're looking to expand the memory of your smartphone, tablet, or other device with a microSD slot, a U1 card will meet your needs

PNY offers a flash memory card for everyone. Take a look at our wide assortment to see which flash memory card fits your needs.

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What's the Difference?

UHS-II provides bus speeds of up to double those of UHS-I by employing two rows of pins for data transfer. The features of UHS-II flash memory cards offer the performance needed for professional photographers and enthusiasts alike to capture high quality content seamlessly.

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Handling & Caring for
Your Flash Memory Cards

PNY Flash Memory Cards are magnet proof, shock proof, temperature proof, and waterproof. But there are a few ways to ensure your flash memory card is well taken care of.
For all cards, be sure to avoid removing them from devices while data is being accessed on them, i.e., pulling it out of a camera while you are previewing an image. Also, do not leave them in devices with low batteries. Flash memory is sensitive to power loss. If the batteries die while the card is in the unit, cards may be corrupted by the sudden power loss.