Patriot Launches V90 SDXC UHS-II U3 Class 10 SD Card Built for Professional Photographers and Digital Filmmakers

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Patriot has launched its line of V90 SDXC UHS-II U3 Class 10 SD cards aimed at professional photographers and filmmakers shooting in 4K/8K. Available in four sizes ranging from 64 GB up to 512 GB, these cards support read/write speeds up to 300 MB/s and 260 MB/s respectively. They have been designed for rugged use and they are waterproof, shockproof, and temperature-proof (-25°C to 85°C).

The Patriot V90 SDXC UHS-II U3 Class 10 SD cards come with a 5-year warranty. Sequential burst-mode shooting is supported. Flash wear leveling and flash bad block management are also utilized for prolonging the service life of the card. Prices range from $47.99 (64 GB) up to $399.99 (512 GB).

“Many outdoor photographers or drone enthusiasts are facing challenges associated with the reliability of their microSD memory, particularly when they create super-high-resolution videos and images. These new V90 SDXC UHS-II U3 Class 10 SD cards are crafted to withstand tough weather and extreme temperature fluctuations. They are reinforced to be waterproof, dustproof, temperature-proof, and shock and vibration resistant, all while delivering ultra-fast data read and write speeds,” explained Shannon Robb, Marketing Manager at Patriot Memory. “Patriot strives to deliver a practical solution for our flash memory cards with excellent reliability and durability for professional digital filmmakers and photographers who need the flexibility to create in unpredictable environments,” he added.

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Press Release:

The Patriot V90 features optimized performance to support 4K/8K Ultra-HD shots, high-speed burst mode shots, and best-quality video recording with quick read speeds of up to 300MB/s and write speeds of up to 260MB/s. In addition, the Patriot V90 is designed and tested for top-class durability to withstand the toughest conditions, with a waterproof, shockproof, temperature-proof, and dustproof exterior to protect critical visual captures. The Patriot V90 is now available at major retailers worldwide with capacities of 64GB, 128GB, 256GB, and 512 GB.

Along with the ability to deliver high-performance sequential write speeds (CDM) to record burst-mode shots or 8K video via drone video, The Patriot V90 offers ultra-fast read speeds of up to 300MB/s and write speeds of up to 260MB/s, giving professional users fast and reliable data storage with a wide operating temperature range of -25°C to 85°C.

Backed by Patriot’s 5-year warranty, the Patriot V90 SDXC UHS-II U3 Class 10 SD Card is a reliable flash storage solution for capturing crucial UHD videos and images from various platforms. In addition, it supports a wide variety of top-of-the-line cameras from major brands like Sony, Canon, and Nikon for excellent compatibility across the market. It is now available from major retailers worldwide. 


  • Designed with the latest UHS-II standards and top-of-the-line U3 and V90 speed classes
  • Format: exFAT
  • Sequential Read (CDM): up to 300MB/s
  • Sequential Write (CDM): up to 260MB/s
  • Operating Temperature: -25 ~ 85°C
  • Supports 4K/8K Ultra-HD high-speed recording
  • Delivers performance to capture stunning, uninterrupted 8K UHD video
  • Waterproof, shockproof, dustproof and temperature-proof 
  • Warranty: 5 years
  • Complies with SDA 6.1/5.X/4.X/ 3.X
  • Sequential burst-mode shots without experiencing slow speeds and dropped frames
  • O/S Supported: Windows® 7/8.0/8.1/10/11
  • Flash wear leveling
  • Flash bad block management

The Patriot V90 SDXC UHS-II U3 Class 10 SD Card is now available at major retailers worldwide, with capacities including 64GB, 128GB, 256GB, and 512 GB. Professional photographers and filmmakers can now capture and store their high-quality content with peace of mind, knowing that the Patriot V90 SD card is the perfect solution for their needs.

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