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128GB Lexar Professional 1000x UHS-II U3 SDXC Memory Card EXPIRED

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Adorama has 2-Pack of 128GB Lexar Professional 1000x UHS-II U3 SDXC Memory Cards for $46.99. Shipping is free. Thanks sdrawkcab3

Note, on backorder but may still be purchased and will ship when available.
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Seems like a pretty nice deal on decent SD cards. I'll use them in my Fujifilm XT-2 this summer while traveling. Anyone with experience with these cards, please chime in!

Note that Adorama's shipping is delayed until 4/29 for Passover. For those that can wait - free slow shipping or free 2-Day with ShopRunner plus no tax outside of NY.

https://www.adorama.com/ilxsdkh2128d.html

Review (if I can post a link): https://www.cameramemoryspeed.com...mory-card/

UPDATE: As of 10:50pm EST they are on backorder, but still taking orders.
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Chinese? Do you know how to read the Wiki?
Lexar (the brand) is bought by a Chinese company, though Lexar is supposed to be a standalone company.
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They have the single 128gb 1667x for $40.
Link?
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Just checked my order (placed quite early on yesterday) and it shows up as backordered.

Cancelled, and going to give a faster 1667x version a try: https://www.adorama.com/ilxsd1281667.html
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How do these compare to the transcend cards for around the same price?

https://www.amazon.com/gp/product...UTF8&psc=1

These look to be v60 vs v30
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Does anyone have experience with these cards in Viofo dashcams? I bought Samsung cards and the dash cam is giving me an error.
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Does anyone have experience with these cards in Viofo dashcams? I bought Samsung cards and the dash cam is giving me an error.
1) Was the Samsung card used, the Endurance line, or a their non-Endurance line (Evo Plus, Evo Select, and Evo)?
2) If using a non-Endurance type card, assuming Dash Cam is not defective, non-Endurance cards fail at a faster rate than Endurance cards b/c non-Endurance cards are NOT meant for the continuous non-stop writing of data to the card.
3) Endurance cards are purposefully built for the continuous writing environment from surveillance cameras (dash cam, home security cams). The warranty for Samsung's Endruance vs non-Endurance cards reflects this in their warranty.
4) A non-Endurance card will work, but it will FAIL at a faster rate and a likely inopportune time, compared to a Endurance type card.
5) Consider reading post #32, post #57 (response to a delusional and illogical poster).
6) Other manufactures (SanDisk, Transcend, Kingston, and others) are getting into the Endurance line of cards due to market demand (more people want them since dash cam market is growing).
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I see talks about write/read speed, but you are still at the mercy of your camera body itself. Many people don't even know the speeds their camera is capable of, and yes, it's an important factor to consider as well.
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Please don't listen to this advice. Using an adapter will limit the read and write speed. You might as well buy a cheaper and slower card. If your equipment uses MicroSD card then buy a MicroSD card. If your equipment requires SDXC card then buy a SDXC card.

These are SDXC UHS-II U3 V60 rated cards for cameras like the Sony A7R3 or cameras/camcorders or any equipment requiring the UHS-II U3 V60 rating.

MicroSD to SD card adapter will not work in the slot of my Sony camera that requires UHS-II.
What is your source for information?

This Lexar card is slow, even microsd cards can get faster write speeds than this. E.g., cards in the Sony A9, microsd cards are faster:
https://www.cameramemoryspeed.com...vs-uhs-ii/
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Love reading these moronic posts by penny pinchers who have no clue about memory card technology.
This is a bargain hunting website. Don't get your tech advice here folks. Do your own research on actual photography websites about these cards.
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This UHS-II card is pretty slow
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How do these compare to the transcend cards for around the same price?

https://www.amazon.com/gp/product...UTF8&psc=1

These look to be v60 vs v30
Wow. What a great choice. And isn't that Transcend is even unofficially rated better than Samsung?
I am going with this one (Ordered) and thank for you good suggestion. You saved me for spending more that twice on Adorama and Amazon is a lot faster to ship it to me.
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Love reading these moronic posts by penny pinchers who have no clue about memory card technology.
This is a bargain hunting website. Don't get your tech advice here folks. Do your own research on actual photography websites about these cards.
Good point. And to support your suggestion, you may want to leave a few Links.
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Does anyone have experience with these cards in Viofo dashcams? I bought Samsung cards and the dash cam is giving me an error.
Never knew any Viofo Dash camera accept full size SD cards, instead of microSD. Or are you in Lala land?
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Exactly why I bought these. For people who know what these are these are a real find. UHS-II cards VERY rarely drop to these prices. Are they the best cards, no, but there is still utility in them.

If you want to wait up to an hour or more for your 128GB if data to transfer to your PC be my guest. I don't have that kind of time.
Here's a tip that could change your life: When you are copying files over, you don't need to sit and wait for the files to finish copying. You can do other things, even on the same computer that is copying files!
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Chinese? Do you know how to read the Wiki?
Well, one of us doesn't know how to read, and even though you had nearly a 2 year opportunity to learn, I'm guessing that's you....

https://www.dpreview.com/news/592...er-longsys

"Two months and a few days after parent company Micron announced that they would be discontinuing the Lexar band, Chinese flash memory giant Longsys has acquired the Lexar trademark and branding rights. The new owner promises that "the solutions and support they have come to expect from Lexar branded products will continue to be available."

https://petapixel.com/2017/09/01/...e-company/

This stuff is NOT made by Micron, it is NOT made in the US, it is NOT what it once was and Lexar had issues before being abandoned. But since you can't read, you can ignore all facts and purchase away... Good luck with that...
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