The Lexar Professional 64GB 600x SDXC UHS-I Memory Card leverages Ultra High Speed (UHS-I) technology to deliver professional-level, high-speed performance and reliability, with 600x (90MB/s) minimum guaranteed read transfer speed. This high-capacity card is an excellent choice for capturing high-quality images and 1080p HD video with your SDXC-compatible camera. The Lexar Professional 600x SDXC UHS-I card includes the latest version of Lexar Image Rescue software which provides reliable recovery of most photo and video files, even if they've been erased or the card has been corrupted.
The Lexar Pro 64GB UHS-1 SD is commonly used for Portable images/multimedia, Storing images/multimedia and more.The Lexar Pro 64GB UHS-1 SD is most used by customers who consider themselves to be a Enthusiast, Semi pro among others.The Lexar Pro 64GB UHS-1 SD is popular because customers like the following qualities of the Lexar Pro 64GB UHS-1 SD: Easy to use, Great value, Large capacity, Reliable and Writes/reads fast
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A Very Good Card
Works great but is overkill for my point and shoot Olympus for photos. I got the high-speed card to be sure that audio will stay synced with the video. The 600x speed vs 300x speed makes no difference in 8GB Lexar CF cards that I use in matching Sony a700 DSLR's (e.g. five fps in bursts, but will slow down to one fps after 3 seconds, 14 frames total). I think this is due to the cameras buffer not the card performance. The Lexar 8GB 600x CF cards stay at the same capture rate as the 5 year old...View full Review
Works great but is overkill for my point and shoot Olympus for photos. I got the high-speed card to be sure that audio will stay synced with the video. The 600x speed vs 300x speed makes no difference in 8GB Lexar CF cards that I use in matching Sony a700 DSLR's (e.g. five fps in bursts, but will slow down to one fps after 3 seconds, 14 frames total). I think this is due to the cameras buffer not the card performance. The Lexar 8GB 600x CF cards stay at the same capture rate as the 5 year old Lexar 8GB 300x CF cards, but that may be the 5 year old camera can not write at the faster speed. Be sure to read the manual to determine the maximum card size your camera will take. Most camera makers have pdf copies of the manuals available on their web site under "Support". I have a 2007 Ricoh at work that will not read anything bigger than 2GB. My 2013 Olympus will not read anything bigger than 64GB. The camera's maximum data write speed may not be in the manual. DSLR or Prosumer cameras can write to the card faster than lower priced cameras. High-speed cards (e.g. 600x or Class 10 for this Lexar) will work in slower cameras, but they will only store data as fast as the camera can push it.
Reviewed by 40 customers
speed write and read work great with the samsung nx1
It's a memory card! 64GB and class 10. Seems to do what it claims.
I use them in a EOS 70D and they work great. They have a good read/write speed help to empty the camera buffer while shooting bursts.
These cards were used most recently in a Nikon D750 photographing a wedding. They performed flawlessly and the extra speed saved a lot of upload time in post production.
Needed memory cards for the D750. Picked the Lexar for size & speed. Got two pairs, one for the camera and second pair for backup.
Extremely fast and great reciprocity on the images.
Used in a D5100. Cameras buffer allows 13 NEFs. Reasonable memory for cost
Sometimes it pays to spend a little extra for a top quality product. This is a reliable memory card. Perfectly paired with the Lexar Card Reader.
i was happy to see at how fast it downloaded files from my D600 and D800E .the cards i was using took quite awhile.
I had never "sprung" for the Professional line of cards before, as I am just a hobbyist. The special price offered at the time gave me the opportunity to see what I had been missing. Our pics are too precious to trust to marginal cards, aren't they? Also, I shoot a lot of birds, so in multi-shot mode, a fast card helps.
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