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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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This memory card is highly rated earning 4.8 out of 5 stars based on 464 Adorama customer reviews. -johnny_miller

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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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Looking at the above comments, people don't seem to understand how good these cards are. These are great cards with very good write speeds and even better read speeds. They're also UHS-2 cards.
We'll probably get some lame comments about how people don't really need such fast speeds unless they shoot in high speed drive modes on their cameras however a fast read speed is equally or more important when transferring large files to your PC for less wait.
I've owned these cards in the past and are every reliable. Never had an issue with them which is something I can't say about my previous Sony and Samsung cards.
I only sold these to upgrade them to some faster pro grade Sony's with even faster read speeds from a deal on a two pack of Sony 128gb cards last black Friday deals. However for this price I might have to get a couple more to upgrade one of my slower Samsung pro cards.
Cheap cards are a dime a dozen and are cheap for a reason, these are much better than the average cheapo stuff out there that had the same capacity but faster and more reliable. These normally go for closer to $100 each.
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Looks like a decent deal for a pair of 128gb cards. I wonder what are the write speeds and it's reliability
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Personally bought a bunch of Lexar usb keys, and they are slowly dying. First 1, then a second, then a third. So Wrong.

I especially love when I tried to make a warranty claim for one. It had a bunch of data on it, and when it goes bad you plug it in and it says to "please format usb". Their warranty claims told me to just format it to continue using it. facepalm. They did replace it when I told them I was not going to do that.
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Not the fastest cards out, but worth it at this price. I almost paid $45 each on Amazon during Christmas. Glad I didn't pull the trigger back then. Thanks OP, going to buy a 2 pack from Adorama tax free.
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Looking at the above comments, people don't seem to understand how good these cards are. These are great cards with very good write speeds and even better read speeds. They're also UHS-2 cards.
We'll probably get some lame comments about how people don't really need such fast speeds unless they shoot in high speed drive modes on their cameras however a fast read speed is equally or more important when transferring large files to your PC for less wait.
I've owned these cards in the past and are every reliable. Never had an issue with them which is something I can't say about my previous Sony and Samsung cards.
I only sold these to upgrade them to some faster pro grade Sony's with even faster read speeds from a deal on a two pack of Sony 128gb cards last black Friday deals. However for this price I might have to get a couple more to upgrade one of my slower Samsung pro cards.
Cheap cards are a dime a dozen and are cheap for a reason, these are much better than the average cheapo stuff out there that had the same capacity but faster and more reliable. These normally go for closer to $100 each.
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Looking at the above comments, people don't seem to understand how good these cards are. These are great cards with very good write speeds and even better read speeds. They're also UHS-2 cards.
We'll probably get some lame comments about how people don't really need such fast speeds unless they shoot in high speed drive modes on their cameras however a fast read speed is equally or more important when transferring large files to your PC for less wait.
I've owned these cards in the past and are every reliable. Never had an issue with them which is something I can't say about my previous Sony and Samsung cards.
I only sold these to upgrade them to some faster pro grade Sony's with even faster read speeds from a deal on a two pack of Sony 128gb cards last black Friday deals. However for this price I might have to get a couple more to upgrade one of my slower Samsung pro cards.
Cheap cards are a dime a dozen and are cheap for a reason, these are much better than the average cheapo stuff out there that had the same capacity but faster and more reliable. These normally go for closer to $100 each.
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.
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What's the write speed?
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Looking at the above comments, people don't seem to understand how good these cards are. These are great cards with very good write speeds and even better read speeds. They're also UHS-2 cards.
We'll probably get some lame comments about how people don't really need such fast speeds unless they shoot in high speed drive modes on their cameras however a fast read speed is equally or more important when transferring large files to your PC for less wait.
I've owned these cards in the past and are every reliable. Never had an issue with them which is something I can't say about my previous Sony and Samsung cards.
I only sold these to upgrade them to some faster pro grade Sony's with even faster read speeds from a deal on a two pack of Sony 128gb cards last black Friday deals. However for this price I might have to get a couple more to upgrade one of my slower Samsung pro cards.
Cheap cards are a dime a dozen and are cheap for a reason, these are much better than the average cheapo stuff out there that had the same capacity but faster and more reliable. These normally go for closer to $100 each.
UHS-II only matters when the card is faster than UHS-I cards. This card is rated 150 R, which is slower than my UHS-I card. IMHO, only the UHS-II card rated at 300 MB/s W are worth buying
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UHS-II only matters when the card is faster than UHS-I cards. This card is rated 150 R, which is slower than my UHS-I card. IMHO, only the UHS-II card rated at 300 MB/s W are worth buying
Check that UHS-I speed again, UHS-I is only rated to 104 MB/s.

What UHS-I card and reader are you using?
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For the price, it's probably one of the better options, even though it has to be one of the slower UHS-II cards.

https://www.anandtech.com/show/11...b-review/5
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This is an excellent SD Card and a front page for sure! Buy now and think later for those that aren't sure.
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Don't those $20 128GB Samsung EVO Select U3 cards offer better write performance?
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Lexar no longer owned by Micron.
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Lexar is GENERIC media(confirmed by Android Apps). Had 2 128gb that failed under 'Lifetime Warranty'.
Multiple excuses and delayed replacement. Will NEVER EVER buy Lexar again.

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Jadyn G. (Lexar)
Nov 2, 6:50 AM PDT

Hello Ric,

Thank you for contacting Lexar.

Due to US Government Regulations, we are currently having to relabel all of our products and will be unable to ship again until this is done. We do not have an exact time frame to provide to you, although we are expecting it to be done between now and the middle of November, with no guarantee.

If you have further questions or concerns, please contact our technical support department. You can find more information on how to contact us at http://www.lexar.com/support
Sincerely,
Jadyn G.
Lexar Technical Support Leadership

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