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Lexar Professional 1000x 32GB SDHC UHS-II/U3 Card (Up to 150MB/s Read) w/Image Rescue 5 Software LSD32GCRBNA1000
- 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
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Capatibility 32 GB, 64 GB, 128 GB & 512 GB
- High-speed performance - leverages UHS-II technology (U3) for a read transfer speed up to 150MB/s (100x)*
- Captures high-quality images and extended lengths of stunning 1080p full-HD, 3D and 4K video with a DSLR camera, HD camcorder, or a 3D camera.
- Large capacity options up to 256GB let you enjoy shooting longer without changing cards.
Lexar Professional 1000x SDHC/SDXC UHS-II Cards
The speed you need to shoot high-quality images and full 1080p HD, 3D and 4K video
Whether you're a professional photographer, videographer, or enthusiast, Lexar Professional 1000x SDHC/SDXC UHS-II cards make it easy to quickly capture and transfer 1080p full-HD, 3D and 4K video. The cards leverage UHS-II technology (UHS Speed Class 3 (U3)) to deliver high-speed performance - up to 150 MB/s (1000x). This dramatically accelerates workflow from start to finish. For versatility, the cards also work with UHS-I devices at UHS-I speeds.
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.
Save Time with Dramatically Accelerated Workflow
The high-speed performance of the Lexar Professional 1000x SDHC/SDXC UHS-II cards dramatically accelerate your workflow from start to finish, so you can save time and get back to the business of photography.**
Backwards Compatible at the Highest UHS-I Speeds
For versatility, the cards are also backwards compatible with UHS-I devices, performing up to the maximum thresdholds of UHS-I speed capabilities (SDR104). The cards also work with older, non-UHS-I devices, performing at Class 10 speeds.
All Lexar product designs undergo extensive testing in the Lexar Quality Labs, facilities with more than 1,100 digital devices to ensure performance, quality, compatibility, and reliability.
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Up to150 MB/s read transfer, write speeds lower. Speeds based on internal testing. Actual performance may vary. Highest transfer speeds achieved only when paired with an SD UHS-II reader. Actual usable memory capacity may vary. 1GB equals 1 billion bytes.
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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 card is garbage and has cost me time, money, and images that I can't get back. I will never purchase another Lexar product again and I suggest you go with another brand, too. Maybe you'll get lucky and your Lexar card will be fine, but do you really want to gamble with your priceless photographs?