|RAM||64 GB UHS|
Lexar Professional 1000x 64GB SDXC UHS-II/U3 Card with Image Rescue 5 Software (LSD64GCRBNA1000)
|Price:||$65.00 & FREE Shipping|
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- High-speed performance-leverages UHS-II technology (U3) for a read transfer speed up to 1000x (150MB/s)
- Captures high-quality images and extended lengths of stunning 1080p full-HD, 3D, and 4K video with a DSLR camera, HD camcorder, or 3D camera
- Large capacity options up to 256GB let you enjoy shooting longer without changing cards
- High-speed file transfer from card to computer to dramatically accelerate workflow and includes downloadable Image Rescue software to recover most photo and select video files
- Backwards compatible with UHS-I devices and backed by expert support and limited lifetime warranty, 1000x up to 150MB/s read, 80MB/s write
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|Flash Memory Type||Secure Digital Extended Capacity (SDXC)||SDXC||SDHC||SDXC||SDHC, SDXC|
|Item Dimensions||0.51 x 4 x 5.5 in||1.6 x 0.14 x 1.41 in||4.4 x 9 x 1.6 in||0.21 x 5.5 x 4 in||0.9 x 0.1 x 1.25 in|
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|Secure Digital Association Speed Class||Class 10||—||Class 10||—||Class 10|
Quickly capture and transfer high-quality photos and 1080p full-hd, 3d and 4k videoLexar professional 1000x sdhc/sdxc uhs-ii cards let you quickly capture and transfer high-quality photos and 1080p full-hd, 3d and 4k video, with a read transfer speed up to 1000x (150mb/s). The cards leverage uhs-ii technology (uhs speed class 3 (u3)) for high-speed performance. This dramatically accelerates workflow from start to finish, so you can save time and get back to the business of photography. Improve capture, transfer and workflow high-speed performance you can trust whether you're a professional photographer, videographer or enthusiast, Lexar professional 1000x sdhc/sdxc uhs-ii cards provide performance you can trust. These high-speed cards leverage uhs-ii technology (uhs speed class 3 (u3)) and provide a read transfer speed up to 1000x (150mb/s) when used with an sd uhs-ii reader. For versatility, the cards also work with uhs-I devices at uhs-I speeds and they're backwards compatible with older cameras and readers, performing at class 10 speeds when used with non-uhs devices. Shoot high-quality images and 1080p full-hd, 3d and 4k video using a dslr, hd camcorder or 3d camera, you'll be able to leverage the latest photo and video features available for shooting high-quality images and stunning 1080p full-hd, 3d and 4k video. Capture extended lengths of video with high-capacity options with growing hd, 3d and 4k video capabilities, you need high-performance cards you can rely.
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I informally tested the Lexar by recording four back to back 15 minute 4K recordings and the LX100 got very warm, but there was not a single hiccup. The Lexar card also recorded 100 12MP still shots in the 11fps high speed burst mode before slowing down. The PNY could manage 95 shots before slowing down so it's not a huge difference for stills, but I wouldn't want to risk using the PNY for video and having a 4K recording stop unexpectedly. In Windows 7 with an OCZ Vertex 4 SSD and Transcend USB 3.0 card reader, I copied a 6.5GB file to and from the Lexar card and it averaged about 60-65MB/s writing TO the card and copying FROM the card averaged 87-90MB/s. Basically, this Lexar Pro card seems to be rock solid for 4K recording and I will update this review if I have any problems.
On a side note, it annoys me that even though most cameras format SD cards in exFAT which no longer has a 4GB file limit size like FAT32 did, a 30 minute clip will still be broken up into 6 or so separate 4GB files. I'd like the option to record a video into one giant file. In addition, most cameras limit video recording to 30 minutes due to some EU tax applied to camcorders, but since we're in the US, I don't see why we should be stuck with this limit too. Fortunately, the US version of the upcoming Panasonic DMC-FZ2500 4K camera seems to have no recording duration limit and may even support files of up to 96GB with an SDXC card. I can't wait to see if this is true.
UPDATE (09-29-2015) - I uploaded benchmark results with a new card reader Kingston Digital MobileLite G4 USB 3.0 Multi-Function Card Reader (FCR-MLG4) and CrystalDiskMark 5.0.2 x64, Windows 10 Pro.
READ (MB/s): 152.7, 14.67, 152.3, 11.52
WRITE (MB/s): 86.69, 1.231, 85.15, 1.180
With tape over extra ports:
READ (MB/s): 91.87, 13.18, 92.92, 10.04
WRITE (MB/s): 75.92, 1.134, 75.50, 1.093
UPDATE (11-16-2016) - My card is still going strong and I haven't had any problems. I am looking at new cameras like the Panasonic DMC-FZ2500, Fujifilm X-T2 (two UHS-II card slots!) and the Sony A6500 so I may buy more of these Lexar SDXC cards and make the old reliable one as the backup.
This Lexar card at the price of under $40 (at this time) is one of, if not the leader in the price/performance arena. The PNY has kept at the best bang for the buck, but the sandisk has started to come down in price as well with its 95mb/sec model. But this lexar with a read speed up to 150mb/sec comes in right between them in price, while edging out the read performance by a margin, and having a write speed that's better than the PNY, and a bit worse than the sandisk. Let's break it down:
-Priced smack in the middle, a good overall deal
-150mb/sec read, about 75mb/sec write
-Good for many flavors of 4K video
-Read speed bests nearest competition
-Write speed better than PNY elite, a notch slower than Sandisk 95mb/sec
-Lexar is known as one of the more reliable brands
-To get full speed, you need hardware that actually supports it!
Frequently i see reviews about high speed cards which complain about poor performance, and it's a safe bet that it's not the card that's the problem. There are numerous card readers out there, and a handful of standards (ever heard of usb 3 boost/turbo?), and various other factors which will determine the overall speed.
The main three speed limters: the card reader, the size & number of files, and the destination drive. If you're transferring a bunch of small files, it will be slower, if your card reader is old/outdated/slower standard, it will be slower, and if the drive your copying to is older/outdated/slower, than the card will max out that drive's write speed if it's slower.
Summed up: this card is a good price to performance deal, and handily will take on your photo/video/various tasks.
This is the fastest SD card I've ever owned, and I'll probably get a new UHS reader so I can transfer newly recorded videos to my PC at the full 150MB/sec rate down the road. Even so, I'm very happy with the capacity, speed and value of this card right out of the box.
UPDATE: I just purchased a UHS-II USB 3.0 reader, and the write speed went up to 81.3MB/sec. The read speed was much higher, at 143MB/sec :-)