Lexar Professional 1667x 128GB SDXC UHS-II/U3 Card (LSD128CBNA1667)

July 13, 2019 - Comment

Whether you’re a professional photographer, videographer, or enthusiast, Lexar professional 1667x 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 250MB/s (1667x). this dramatically accelerates workflow from start to finish. For versatility,

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(as of 07/16/2019 7:20 pm GMT-0500 - Details)

Whether you’re a professional photographer, videographer, or enthusiast, Lexar professional 1667x 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 250MB/s (1667x). this dramatically accelerates workflow from start to finish. 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. Cards also come with a limited lifetime product support.

Product Features

  • Get high-speed performance with UHS-II technology (U3) for a read transfer Speed up to 250MB/s (1667x)
  • 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
  • Backwards compatible with UHS-I devices and backed by limited lifetime product support

Comments

Anonymous says:

Gave me a write error in the middle of a photoshoot then locked up my camera 🙁 I was pretty excited for these both for the capacity and price, but I think I might have to return them.I shoot with a Fuji X-T3 and got a write error in the middle of a photoshoot yesterday. First time I’ve ever experienced it. At another point in the shoot, it locked up on me. My other cards are SanDisk and Sony UHS-II cards and I haven’t had any issues using them since last October.Luckily I didn’t lose the photos, and it only happened once so I’m reformatting them in…

Anonymous says:

Great bang for the buck – benches shy of claims but real word speeds are pretty close Was a little apprehensive of investing further in Lexar given their recent change of ownership and then being MIA for a short period but it looks like they’re finally back in business. I had initially purchased the Freetail Evoke Pro (https://www.amazon.com/FreeTail-Evoke-1000x-UHS-II-FTSD128A10/dp/B074PVQJR1) but glad I found this one as it bests the former card in performance for nearly half the price (EDIT: I purchased this in early May for $39.99 but I see the price has gone up now)…

Anonymous says:

High Speed High Capacity Raw and 4K Shooting I purchased two 128 GB cards and a 64 GB card. They arrived in the mail today and I tested them with high speed shooting at 46 megapixels in raw with a Nikon D850 and shot 4K video with a Panasonic Lumix SX100. I observed no lag shooting in raw with the Nikon D850 or the 4K video with the Lumix. Using a USB 3.0 card reader I downloaded the images to a desktop computer and an iPad Pro. Downloads were very fast. I was especially surprised at how fast the 4K video downloaded to the iPad Pro…

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