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Lexar Pro 64GB SDHX 1000x UHS-II U3, 2 x 64GB cards for $75.99

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[Amazon.ca] Lexar Pro 64GB SDHX 1000x UHS-II U3, 2 x 64GB cards for $75.99

EDIT July 9, 430pm EST- DEAL IS OVER -I see Amazon has bumped price to $118

I posted this deal inside another thread but thought it deserved it's own.

Amazon.ca has the Lexar Professional 64GB 1000x SDXC UHS-II U3 Package of 2 for $75
This is Lexar's second fastest SDHC card, on par with Sandisk Extreme Pro UHS-1 U1.

OOS but you can still order it at this price.
http://www.amazon.ca/Lexar-Professional ... YIK6Y9EEQB

Act quick because no doubt Amazon will bump this price soon
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JackyTheBeaver wrote: You can get these kind of write speed on Sandisk Extreme Pro's.
Where can you find TWO 64GB Extreme Pro's for $76?
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JackyTheBeaver wrote: The 150MB/s rating is just the read speed, while write speed is 90MB/s. You can get these kind of write speed on Sandisk Extreme Pro's.
Exactly l ike Kfox said, what is your point kid? Yay, you can read specs...1 x SEP is still more expensive than 1 LP, so you still have no point.
Here's the cheapest on amazon.ca: http://www.amazon.ca/SanDisk-Extreme-UH ... ro+64gb+sd

OP posted this in another thread, that spoke about 200x SD card for $19.99. I saw his post and I purchased 1 of these (set of 2), so for $90 taxes in, you can't go wrong at all....and I'm a professional photographer and his OP helped me. Your post, absolutely worthless.
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Thanks. Bought one for my D7100. Hopefully it won't take to long to get more in stock!
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Actually... It should be $85.87 with free shipping :)
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Why waste time commenting on a "useless post"? Go do your professional photography, stop complaining about people trying to contribute to this forum.

DJ4LIFE wrote: Exactly l ike Kfox said, what is your point kid? Yay, you can read specs...1 x SEP is still more expensive than 1 LP, so you still have no point.
Here's the cheapest on amazon.ca: http://www.amazon.ca/SanDisk-Extreme-UH ... ro+64gb+sd

OP posted this in another thread, that spoke about 200x SD card for $19.99. I saw his post and I purchased 1 of these (set of 2), so for $90 taxes in, you can't go wrong at all....and I'm a professional photographer and his OP helped me. Your post, absolutely worthless.
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JuvenileJay wrote: Why waste time commenting on a "useless post"? Go do your professional photography, stop complaining about people trying to contribute to this forum.
As useless as his post was, I still provided information in both threads. What are your contributions son? What are you even doing in this forum...no Petro Canada promos yet?
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I came for the memory card deal, stayed for the internet throw-down that ensued... :twisted:
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Thanks, ordered one even though my camera is only UHS-1.
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Kfox wrote: Isn't that what I said in OP? You couldn't resist giving your 2 cents, without even reading it.

And what was your point? Where can you find TWO 64GB Extreme Pro's for $76?
I see that you modified your OP to reflect the info about the Extreme Pro's; in the original post you didn't say that. If you had included that information in your unmodified OP then I would not have needed to make the comment.
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Do people have links to reviews on the speed? I tried finding some but not much of anything useful.
Like a few i saw said something about the read hitting up to 150MB/s as advertised.
The write is between 77-90ish from what I've seen, but no big site i've seen reviewed it.
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JackyTheBeaver wrote: I see that you modified your OP to reflect the info about the Extreme Pro's; in the original post you didn't say that. If you had included that information in your unmodified OP then I would not have needed to make the comment.
Nice try. The Extreme Pro reference was always there, but you wouldn't know because you didn't read it...... the only thing I modified was the title, from "2 cards for 75.99" to "2 x 64GB cards for $75.99" .

Still waiting for your point.
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telepathy wrote: Do people have links to reviews on the speed? I tried finding some but not much of anything useful.
Like a few i saw said something about the read hitting up to 150MB/s as advertised.
The write is between 77-90ish from what I've seen, but no big site i've seen reviewed it.
See here and scroll down to the Lexar 1000X:

http://www.cameramemoryspeed.com/nikon- ... ard-tests/

For cameras without the extra pins for UHS-3 support, it will be quite a bit slower than, say, the Sandisk Extreme pro's.
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Kfox wrote: Nice try. The Extreme Pro reference was always there, but you wouldn't know because you didn't read it...... the only thing I modified was the title, from "2 cards for 75.99" to "2 x 64GB cards for $75.99" .

Still waiting for your point.
My point was simply that the 1000X is just the read speed, the write speed is slower.
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I did buy two of the 1000X 64GB's (thanks for the deal posting, keep it up), if they bottleneck my D750 too much I will just have to use them on my SL1. The D750 is not capable of using the higher speed of UHS-II cards so a faster UHS-I card is better for it (see tests below).

http://www.cameramemoryspeed.com/nikon- ... eed-tests/
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JackyTheBeaver wrote: See here and scroll down to the Lexar 1000X:

http://www.cameramemoryspeed.com/nikon- ... ard-tests/

For cameras without the extra pins for UHS-3 support, it will be quite a bit slower than, say, the Sandisk Extreme pro's.
Thanks, the other thing I've been wondering as well is actually if you've seen any good UHS-II or III readers since the products don't usually label themselves as such, you just have to read the specs of all of them to figure that out.
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telepathy wrote: Thanks, the other thing I've been wondering as well is actually if you've seen any good UHS-II or III readers since the products don't usually label themselves as such, you just have to read the specs of all of them to figure that out.
Yeah I have been just using the card reader built into my 5.25" bay but I really want a fast USB 3 card reader also.

On a related note I will probably cancel my order for the 1000x Lexar's. They are not very fast by UHS-2 standards and the speed drop down quite a bit when the camera doesn't have the extra UHS2 pins so they are not very fast by UHS-1 standards either. I already have half a dozen true 95mb/s write UHS-1 cards so I am going to save my money for more of those or the Lexar 2000x's.
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Some reviews:

http://alikgriffin.com/best-fuji-x-t1-m ... peed-tests

"The UHS-II cards perform significantly faster except for the Lexar 1000x. It seemed to perform slower than even some UHS-I cards. I'm thinking it could possibly be a card from a bad production run, if such a thing exists."

http://www.cameramemoryspeed.com/review ... mory-card/

"... However its write speeds are not as fast as the fastest UHS-I cards. ... In UHS-I cameras it was faster than the Lexar 600x UHS-I card, but slightly slower than some high-speed UHS-I cards. In one UHS-II capable camera, the Olympus E-M5 Mark II, it performed better than all UHS-I cards but just below the highest speed UHS-II cards."

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