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|Package Weight||0.15 lb|
|Box Dimensions (LxWxH)||5.2 x 4.1 x 1.2"|
|Ultra Direct Memory Access (UDMA)||UDMA 7 Compliant|
|Data Transfer||Read Speed 160 MB/s MaximumWrite Speed 155 MB/s MaximumWrite Speed 65 MB/s Minimum|
|Video Performance Guarantee||VPG- 65|
|Durability||Shockproof, Static Proof, Temperature Extremes|
|Card Type||CompactFlash Type I|
|Operating Temperature||Not Specified By Manufacturer|
|Storage Temperature||Not Specified By Manufacturer|
|Error Correction||Not Specified By Manufacturer|
|RoHS Compliant||Not Specified By Manufacturer|
|Insertion/Removal Cycles||Not Specified By Manufacturer|
|Storage Capacity||32 GB|
Not sure how why but I had a problem with one of the cards and I cannot get the data off. Says its an unallocated drive but I formatted both cards before use.
Very pleased with the speed of the card with keeping up with the action while photraphing birds, elk and deer
I bought 2 64 GB Lexar cards because according to what I had read they were the best on the market. In a period of a year both of them are dead. I have used them to record video with a Canon 5D MarkIII and both cards got blocked in the middle of a recording being impossible not only to access to the...
These cards are great, they drop right into my Nikon D800e without the need to format them, making it easy to shoot to the last frame then put a new card in. I've never had a write issue with them, whether video, raw, burst, etc.
Card died suddenly and became unreadable. Lexar recovery software couldn't read the card either. Returned the card to Lexar for replacement under their lifetime warranty, but after three months and several emails I'm still waiting for my replacement card from Lexar. Lost my trust in Lexar.
I bought this when it was discounted to under $100 about 1,5 years ago.I've never had the confidence in Lexar as I have with Sandisk, and now that they coming back as a Longsys the verdict is out whether they will maintain, improve or get worse.
Very good Compact Flash cards. Good speed, no failures in my experience. 7 Cards, thousands x30 of shots , and no failures.S.D. cards, same experience. 64 gig will hold a boatload,plus video.
Works great with a Canon 5d Mark IV in 4k video.
Consistent excellence, I have never had a problem with these.
I've tried various card types and manufacturers but I've been using Lexar cards exclusively for around 12 years.I've never had one fail and some have taken a lot of abuse.This 1066x / UDMA 7 version has high read & write speeds so it's ideal for the fast data transfer required as I shoot 8, 10, 12...