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    Where to buy Lexar 400x SD cards? looking at 32GB.
    Is it cheaper or more ex then a Sandisk Extreme ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Raptor1
    Where to buy Lexar 400x SD cards? looking at 32GB.
    Is it cheaper or more ex then a Sandisk Extreme ?
    I think the lexar still no common in s'pore & m'sia.
    But the card only able to buy in online US store.

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    hi, i saw sony 16gb 95mb, is it useful?

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    Quote Originally Posted by rain5533 View Post
    I think the lexar still no common in s'pore & m'sia.
    But the card only able to buy in online US store.
    Cos probably not much people really need a Lexar.
    The SanDisk Extreme Pro series are mostly enough for the vast majority of DSLR users. Also, the proportion of "lower end" DSLRs are the majority, so probably the SanDisk Extreme series is "more than enough" already. Furthermore, Lexar doesn't come cheap, so SG is not a really attractive market.

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    Sandisk 400x is more expensive ... Btw Lexar sdis slower than sandisk sd cards ...

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    Erm Lexar can be found in Sim lim. , if not can wait for next com fair

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    SD Ultra is really slow.

    Will upgrading to Extreme show a discernible difference?

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    SD ultra is for pns w.o video

    even too slow for D7000

    extreme is the way to go ...

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    Lexar x1000 32GB was selling at a super low price last week on black friday on amazon. For those who missed it, too bad. Have to wait for Memorial Day in May.

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    Quote Originally Posted by zcw123 View Post
    Sandisk 400x is more expensive ... Btw Lexar sdis slower than sandisk sd cards ...
    Yup.. but for CF, Lexar now is king.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Raptor1 View Post
    Where to buy Lexar 400x SD cards? looking at 32GB.
    Is it cheaper or more ex then a Sandisk Extreme ?
    Got a 32GB 400x Lexar SD during SITEX for S$50. Was given a Kingston pouch (or something) for free.

    Lifetime warranty by Convergent. Using it in Slot 1 with a slower 32GB Kingston Class 4 SD on Slot 2. Smooth thus far.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wolfton
    If you buy at Best Bargain, you won't be cheated because the prices are listed and pasted on the cashier counter. You see price then you ask for the item, then pay money
    Hi wolfton, can check with u, have u bought from best bargain before? Are they reliable?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Zaknafein View Post
    Hi wolfton, can check with u, have u bought from best bargain before? Are they reliable?
    I have. yes reliable. However, do note that their cards are not from vector Magnetics. There are 2 other authorized distributor of SanDisk cards in Singapore apart from Vector.
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    bought 3 of these from amazon + transcend usb3 card reader (during black fri)
    way faster than my ultra / extreme

    http://www.amazon.com/Transcend-Clas...ords=transcend

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    Sandisk extreme got how many versions? Kinda confusing; extreme, extreme III, extreme pro.... :/
    Is the extreme 45MB/s good enough for d600?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Zaknafein View Post
    Sandisk extreme got how many versions? Kinda confusing; extreme, extreme III, extreme pro.... :/
    Is the extreme 45MB/s good enough for d600?
    Actually just see what speed is it. I am tried using Sandisk extreme 45MB/S, quite decent, but definitely not the best, but for it's price, cant really complain.
    Depends on your shooting style, if you shoot and need to see picture constantly to confirm if the shots are good, and you need are using the Camera for a living or extra income, probably you should invest in a better card. For hobbyist like me, i am happy with just 45MB/s

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zaknafein View Post
    Sandisk extreme got how many versions? Kinda confusing; extreme, extreme III, extreme pro.... :/
    Is the extreme 45MB/s good enough for d600?
    Current models for Sandisk SD cards:
    Standard (blue): class 4 (except for 2GB where no class is specified)
    Ultra - three types: 1) UHS-I, 30 MB/s, class 10. 2) 20 MB/s, class 6. 3) 15 MB/s, class 4 (4GB only)
    Extreme - 45 MB/s, class 10, UHS-I
    Extreme Pro - 95 MB/s, class 10, UHS-I


    Anything else you see is old models or could be fake. Extreme II or III are old discontinued models.

    For performance tests, you might want to look at this... Remember to select the camera you are using. Different cameras can give different results.
    http://www.robgalbraith.com/bins/mul...e.asp?cid=6007
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    Quote Originally Posted by daredevil123

    Current models for Sandisk SD cards:
    Standard (blue): class 4 (except for 2GB where no class is specified)
    Ultra - three types: 1) UHS-I, 30 MB/s, class 10. 2) 20 MB/s, class 6. 3) 15 MB/s, class 4 (4GB only)
    Extreme - 45 MB/s, class 10, UHS-I
    Extreme Pro - 95 MB/s, class 10, UHS-I

    Anything else you see is old models or could be fake. Extreme II or III are old discontinued models.

    For performance tests, you might want to look at this... Remember to select the camera you are using. Different cameras can give different results.
    http://www.robgalbraith.com/bins/mul...e.asp?cid=6007
    Thanks foe ur detailed write up! So extreme 2 n 3 are old models. Now i understand

    Btw, Rob site doesnt seem to be updated with d600.. Proly still new.

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    Cos probably not much people really need a Lexar.
    The SanDisk Extreme Pro series are mostly enough for the vast majority of DSLR users. Also, the proportion of "lower end" DSLRs are the majority, so probably the SanDisk Extreme series is "more than enough" already. Furthermore, Lexar doesn't come cheap, so SG is not a really attractive market.

    Anyone has experience with lexar cards? Hows the performance and reliability? Im Wondering i i shud try 1 sandisk and 1 lexar in d600 or should i stick to sandisk.... Pricing wise seems more exp than sandisk, more atas perhaps?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pinoy
    Got a 32GB 400x Lexar SD during SITEX for S$50. Was given a Kingston pouch (or something) for free.

    Lifetime warranty by Convergent. Using it in Slot 1 with a slower 32GB Kingston Class 4 SD on Slot 2. Smooth thus far.
    Sawthis price too. Hows the read write speed of the 400x? Ita rated 60mb/s on the box
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    Quote Originally Posted by Zaknafein View Post
    Thanks foe ur detailed write up! So extreme 2 n 3 are old models. Now i understand

    Btw, Rob site doesnt seem to be updated with d600.. Proly still new.

    Anyone has experience with lexar cards? Hows the performance and reliability? Im Wondering i i shud try 1 sandisk and 1 lexar in d600 or should i stick to sandisk.... Pricing wise seems more exp than sandisk, more atas perhaps?
    You can try looking at the D7000 numbers, since both cameras share similar specifications and probably similar parts as well.

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