Lexar 16GB Professional 400x CompactFlash Card

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About Lexar

The Lexar Professional 400x CompactFlash® card delivers impressive professional-level performance and reliability, with 400x (60MB/s) minimum guaranteed sustained write speed.* This allows you to capture and store high-quality images and 1080p HD video with your DSLR camera.

The card improves transfer speed from card to computer, significantly accelerating workflow and reducing post-production time-helping you save time, beat your deadline, and gain competitive advantage. Compatible with UDMA CF and CF cameras, the card is available in 8GB, 16GB, and 32GB capacities. Includes downloadable Image Rescue®4 software and comes with a limited lifetime warranty

*Up to 60MB/s transfer, write speeds lower. Speeds based on TestMetrix certifiedtester. x=150Kbytes/s.

Lexar Features

  • Impressive high-speed performance-400x (60MB/s) minimum guaranteed speed
  • Capture and store high-quality images and video with your DSLR camera
  • Significantly improves transfer speeds from card to computer, reducing post-production time
  • Includes downloadable Image Rescue 4 software to recover lost or deleted photo and video files
  • Compatible with UDMA CF and CF devices
  • Free dedicated professional technical support
  • Limited lifetime warranty

Lexar Specifications

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Reviews about this item

Reviewed by 1 customers


My D800 loves these cards


from S. California  -  Hobbyist/Enthusiast

These cards are fast enough to satisfy anyone in the Nikon D800


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Shopper  I have one simple question , I am not sure which is better lexar professional or extreme compact flash sandisk....I never use Lexor , but everybody says is very good...I need help...Which one is the best,my camera is Canon 7D but I will buy Canon 5 Mark 3...?
ARLINE P  I bought a camera for my grandson, as well as Lexar Professional Compact Flash and the one by Sandisk. I asked him which is better. He photographs speed skating competition and tells me the Sandisk product is faster. But he adds that the other one works quite well (and is a bit cheaper). I haven't used the camera myself as it was a gift; so I am only passing on information I learned from my grandson. Hope this helps.
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