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[Staples] Lexar Professional 633X SDHC/SDXC UHS-I Memory Card, 32gb for $9.99, 64gb for $14.99

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[Staples] Lexar Professional 633X SDHC/SDXC UHS-I Memory Card, 32gb for $9.99, 64gb for $14.99

  • Transfer speed up to 633x (95MB/s).
  • High-speed, Class 10 performance leverages UHS-I technology
  • Capture high-quality images and extended lengths of stunning 1080p full-HD, 3D, and 4K video with a DSLR camera, HD camcorder, or 3D camera
  • Enjoy shooting longer without changing cards
  • large capacity options up to 128 GB
  • High-speed file transfer from card to computer to dramatically accelerate workflow
  • Includes a lifetime copy of downloadable Image Rescue software to recover most photo and select video files
  • Backed by expert technical support and a Limited Lifetime Warranty
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The link is right, the title is not. It's on sale at staples.ca
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I know that some people prefer the full-size SD cards, but I thought I would mention that the microSD version of this card is $2 cheaper at Staples until 2/25/2020. IE $7.99

https://www.staples.ca/products/2435932 ... micro-sdxc

If you'd rather deal with BestBuy, the microSD card is 9.99 there until 2/20/2020

https://www.bestbuy.ca/en-ca/product/le ... a/10482257

StockTrack
Staples 32GB full size https://stocktrack.ca/?s=st&sku=2448716
Staples 32GB micro https://stocktrack.ca/?s=st&sku=24359322
BestBuy 32gb micro https://stocktrack.ca/?s=bb&sku=10482257
BestBuy 32GB full size https://stocktrack.ca/?s=bb&sku=10417724

Updated to add StockTrack links
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cpfan wrote: I know that some people prefer the full-size SD cards, but I thought I would mention that the microSD version of this card is $2 cheaper at Staples until 2/25/2020. IE $7.99

https://www.staples.ca/products/2435932 ... micro-sdxc

If you'd rather deal with BestBuy, the microSD card is 9.99 there until 2/20/2020

https://www.bestbuy.ca/en-ca/product/le ... a/10482257
These microSD Cards are not the same product in a different form factor. OP is the Lexar Professional line.
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xtothel wrote: These microSD Cards are not the same product in a different form factor. OP is the Lexar Professional line.
I looked at the Lexar web-site, and it looks like you are correct. The microsd cards are part of the High Performance line with read speeds up to 100MB/s. Whereas the full size card has read speeds up to 95MB/s. Wonder which is the better one? For me, it doesn't matter as I don't buy full size SD cards anymore. I've even set up a DSLR that takes CF cards with adapters to accept microSD cards.
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i think the microSD version has lower write speed. the 128gb i want only has up to 45MB/s write which i feel may not be fast enough depending on what u are using it for (in my case, hero 7 black).

remember to look it up, 95MB/s is for read.
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cpfan wrote: I looked at the Lexar web-site, and it looks like you are correct. The microsd cards are part of the High Performance line with read speeds up to 100MB/s. Whereas the full size card has read speeds up to 95MB/s. Wonder which is the better one? For me, it doesn't matter as I don't buy full size SD cards anymore. I've even set up a DSLR that takes CF cards with adapters to accept microSD cards.
The difference would be write speed, warranty and durability. The professionals would perform more consistently, lifetime warranty and should be ore dependable. Of course if your devices can’t write to the card at 70mb/s then you might not get as much value out of it.
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According to the Lexar web-site, there is no write speed listed for the 32GB full size PROFESSIONAL 633x card. It's a U1 card so probably means that the write speed is around 10MB/s. Yes the larger cards have faster write speeds, but I wasn't looking at them.

The microSD 32GB is also U1, so probably has a similar write speed (10MB/s). The 64GB has up to a 45MB/s write speed, and the 512GB has up to a 70MB/s write speed.

It would be interesting to see real world tests of these cards with H2testw (or similar).
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How’s the reputation of this card in the photography world? Haven’t been following SD card advancements for a few years and I tend to prefer Sandisk. Noticed Lexar has been purchased by a China based company now...
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Goonish wrote: How’s the reputation of this card in the photography world? Haven’t been following SD card advancements for a few years and I tend to prefer Sandisk. Noticed Lexar has been purchased by a China based company now...
I've been shooting an airshow with D500 using this card.
On burst 10 per second it was getting slow after 7-8 shots, other than that no problems
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cpfan wrote: According to the Lexar web-site, there is no write speed listed for the 32GB full size PROFESSIONAL 633x card. It's a U1 card so probably means that the write speed is around 10MB/s. Yes the larger cards have faster write speeds, but I wasn't looking at them.
I just purchased 2 - 64GB cards at the store.
These are actually V30 U3 cards, so the write speed should be at least 30 MB/s.
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does memoryexpress pricematch items under promo? it would be cheaper if they do

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