- Brand Name: Lexar
- Model Number: LSD4GBBE100
- Memory Storage Capacity: 4.0 GB
Lexar SDHC 4 GB Class 6 Flash Memory Card 100x Jewel Case Envelope Bulk LSD4GBBE100
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- Capture action photos with your digital point-and-shoot camera
- Designed to capture smooth, TV-quality video
Top Customer Reviews
One reviewer noted a compatibility issue. I, however, have had no compatibility problems whatsoever. This card works in my Canon SD1300, my Canon Rebel T1i, and a few other things. It should be noted that this is an SDHC card NOT an SD card. Some older electronic equipment can only use SD cards. Figure out what your device can use before you buy an SDHC card.
I compared the following four SD memory cards:
1) Kingston 2 GB SD Flash Memory Card 2-Pack SD/2GB-2P
2) Lexar SDHC 4 GB Class 6 Flash Memory Card 100x Jewel Case Envelope Bulk LSD4GBBE100
3) Transcend 8GB Class 10 SDHC Card (TS8GSDHC10)
4) Sandisk 8GB Extreme SDHC Card-Class 10 (SDSDX3-008G-A31)
I compared the photo shooting speeds and the speeds to copy pictures onto a computer for the four different SD cards. I inserted the SD card into my Canon T1i dSRL, formatted the SD card, and shot in RAW+jpeg (which in this case was two files, 19.5mb and 4.7mb respectively). I timed how long it took to shoot 20 pictures, and then I timed how long it took to move those 40 files onto my computer. The T1i buffer filled up after 4.5 shots, so the remaining shots all depended on the write speed of the memory card. I didn't see too much difference in the time it took to copy the files to my computer, but there was a noticeable difference in the shooting speeds. The SanDisk class 10 SDHC card was clearly the fastest, but it was also the most expensive.Read more ›
I tested this memory by maxing out its capacity then transfer files to computer. The speed is consistently at 24.8MB/sec, which is not bad for a Platinum II ver. from Lexar. I'd not make any comment regarding the price because it was free pairing with my Canon SD1300 that Amazon.com was selling back then.
Its compatibility is great as well, and it works with whatever I plugged it into.
This class 6 card works very well with the Marantz. I've had zero problems, and I've heard zero complaints from the director and/or editor of the films.
The only problem seems to be that these cards seem to be 'appropriated' by the director, so they can download the data off-site. Sometimes I get the cards back, sometimes not. So I'm constantly in the market for good SD cards.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I really don't remember what I bought this for..It seems to me I bought it for my camera!!??!! Seems to be working GREAT!!!Published 17 months ago by DAH
Not much to say about a memory card.
$ is the deciding factor.
make it cheap and they will buy it. .
I have had some bad experiences with some off brand memory (my memory not included!). The Lexar works great. I will continue to buy Lexar products.Published on October 15, 2011 by Elfcake
I bought the Lexar SDHC 4 GB Class6 flash Memory card for my wife Canon SD1400 Camera it working well ,and she like it.Published on January 16, 2011 by peter.
It is not hard to recommend this. I have purchased several other Lexar products and have never been disappointed. Good quality!Published on January 1, 2011 by William T. Merrill