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amazon.ca : Fair deal on Lexar Professional 1000x 64GB SDXC UHS-II/U3 Card
Posted By: Weevil, 02-10-2016, 10:52 PM

Fair deal on Amazon.ca (Canada) on Lexar Professional 1000x 64GB SDXC UHS-II/U3 Card (Up to 150MB/s read) w/Image Rescue 5 Software LSD64GCRBNA1000




32Gb - 29.99$ CAN

64 Gb - 44.99$ CAN

128Gb - 69.99$ CAN




150Mb/s read... write not specified, but reviews report around 75-80MB/s...




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Those read speeds can only be achieved with a UHS-II slot. No current Pentax bodies have one of those.

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Those read speeds can only be achieved with a UHS-II slot. No current Pentax bodies have one of those.
I'm curious what would be the effect if these cards were used in a K3? Would there be reduced performance, or would it just work just as fast as the SanDisk cards preferred for the K3?
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I'm curious what would be the effect if these cards were used in a K3? Would there be reduced performance, or would it just work just as fast as the SanDisk cards preferred for the K3?
Can't figure out why it would reduce the performance... UHS-II should be backward compatible with UHS-I?

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That's a question I asked myself a few months ago, and I decided to buy this one instead of a top UHS-I. I can't compare with an UHS-I, but this card is working well (used with a K3), and is future-proof.
Sadly from the picts we have, the FF won't be UHS-II.
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