Lexar Platinum II 16 GB 100x SD/SDHC Flash Memory Card (LSD16GBSBNA100-BULK)
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- 16 GB capacity
- 100x speed rating (15 MB/s write speed)
- Reliably captures and stores photos, music, and more
- Designed for use in SDHC-enabled digital cameras and devices
- Built-in erasure prevention switch keeps data safe
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Top Customer Reviews
I bought this card instead of my usual brand (Sandisk), because it was cheaper and still had an excellent reputation. The card has worked flawlessly since it arrived - it's definitely a relief to find that my expensive new camera is fine.
I will definitely be considerign Lexar next time I'm buying memory cards for my cameras.
The cards work just as good as the factory installed 32 GB memory, no difference, no quality loss.
I recommend it!
Interestingly, it is much stiffer and heavier than other SD cards. It even has a slight bulge in the middle, but the thickness is still within normal SD card dimensions.
My Sandisk ultra II SD card broke apart physically after repeated use, but this card feels like it will last a lot longer physically. In fact, the build quality seems better than all of my other cards.
I would recommend it to a friend/family member.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Not sure what is so great about them. Purchased one, set it up in a game camera. Recorded the pictures just fine, but the pictures cannot be deleted from the disk short of... Read morePublished 7 months ago by Amazon Customer
Really familiar with this product and use it all the time. Very pleased.Published 11 months ago by Sally Smith
have only had problems with Lexor cards. Terribly disappointed and going back to the "cheaper" SanDisk which has always served me well.Published 23 months ago by Tamara Turner
Wow, I had no idea my Kodak Z990 could write video files so quickly (it would display the "Processing" screen for what seemed an eternity with my other SD card). Read morePublished 23 months ago by George Z. Elyjiw
I used this for still pictures in a digital camera. Never had any problems with it :-).Published on August 22, 2014 by Buddy Bryan