Impressive, professional-level speed and capacity for capturing high-quality images and HD video.
The Lexar Professional 400x SDHC UHS-I card leverages UHS-I technology to deliver professional-level, high-speed performance and reliability, with 400x (60MB/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 SDHC-compatible camera.
Improve Capture, Capacity, and Workflow
Impressive High-Speed Performance to Accelerate Workflow. Designed for professional photographers and videographers, as well as advanced photo and video enthusiasts, the high-speed, Class 10 Lexar Professional 400x SDHC UHS-I card provides impressive blazing-fast performance. This means that whether you?re interested in sustained, rapid-fire shooting or capturing 1080p HD video, this card gives you the power to get the job done. What?s more, its high-capacity options allow you to store more high-quality images and 1080p HD video. And when using a USB 3.0 card reader, you?ll speed through post-production with blazing-fast card-to-computer file transfer, allowing you to get back behind the camera faster.
Includes Valuable Downloadable Software. The Lexar Professional 400x SDHC UHS-I card includes the latest version of award-winning Lexar Image Rescue software. Image Rescue 4 provides reliable recovery of most photo and video files, even if they?ve been erased or the card has been corrupted. The software is available for free download with purchase of the card.
Outstanding Performance, Reliability, and Compatibility. The Lexar team works with major camera manufacturers to ensure all Lexar memory cards are compatible with their digital cameras?from the simplest to the most complex. To further ensure compatibility and performance, all Lexar memory cards are tested in the Lexar Quality Labs, facilities with more than 800 digital cameras and memory card devices. The Professional 400x SDHC UHS-I card provides outstanding performance, reliability, and compatibility, and also comes with a limited lifetime warranty and free dedicated professional technical support.
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from Long Island City, NY
About Me Hobbyist/Enthusiast
Comments about Lexar 64 GB Professional 400x SDHC UHS-I Card:
I have no problem using this card with my Canon 6D. The writing speed is fast enough to take HD videos. The price is very good for a SD card with this capacity. Overall a great value.
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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Fast SD Card works as expected in our DS
from Portland, OR
Works great, very fast. Bought it for my son's new DSLR since the 20mp sensor eats memory cards for breakfast. This card has been working as I expected, even in burst mode the card never slows down.
B&H advetised CF but sent SD
from Seattle WA
Doesn't fit device
Bottom Line No, I would not recommend this to a friend
Lexar Value - Simply the Best!
from Lk George NY
About Me Semi Pro
Never lets you down and always delivers the goods with the promise!
from Sacramento, Ca
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64 GB Memory Card
from New York State
I use these in My Digital SLR. They seem to work very well so far. It will take a loooong time to fill even one of these Memory Cards. As of now these Cards are working well.
Great Price & Performance - Compatible?
By Green Dragon RTW
from Edmonton Canada... for now!
About Me Professional
I bought 2 of these 64 GB SD Cards, fully aware that they most likely would not be compatible with my cameras, based on the good price per GB. But I was hopeful that at least one camera would work with them... NOPE :) No worries, both of my laptops have SD card slots, so I'll just use these as extra storage. If compatibility is important to you, be sure to research your situation carefully, there may be firmware updates for cameras that would make these cards work. One recent use I found for these cards, was to back up files during BluRay disk creation. Just made me laugh, I had 2 complete BluRay disk images on one SD card! Who ever would have thought that was possible??