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Kind of iffy -- make sure your device is SDXC compatible.
on November 20, 2013
Rev. 1 -- I just got off a chat session with Lexar (Christopher). The chat session went well, so I upgraded my rating from one star to two stars. If the replacement process goes well, I will upgrade it further.
I bought two of these -- one rated 300x and one rated 600x. The first one worked fine in my GoPro camera, so I bought the 600x card a few weeks later. I moved the 300x card to my cell phone and put the 600x card in my GoPro camera. I use the camera as a camcorder so I thought it would benefit from the faster card. All is well for about three weeks, then the 300x card died in my cell phone. I moved the 600x card from the camera into to the cell phone. The 600x card is still working in my cell phone. I put the 300x card back into the camera and the camera thinks it has no card at all. I tried my laptop, and the laptop sees no card. Now, I can't find anywhere on Lexar's web site on how to return the card. They do require an RMA number, so I can't just ship it back. I guess I'll have to call them and wait and wait and wait to talk to a human being and hope to get some warranty service.