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Lexar 64gb SD for £12.99 delivered - Mymemory

£12.99 @ MyMemory
I was browsing around for a 64gb sd card as I need a couple and I bumped into the offer on mymemory.co.uk which is pretty decent by any means. Read More
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I was browsing around for a 64gb sd card as I need a couple and I bumped into the offer on mymemory.co.uk which is pretty decent by any means.
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#1
Hot!
#2
Oh and thanks for sharing :)
#3
Thanks, order!
#4
cracking price but heads up to anyone who bought the curry's offer on the go pro. This card wouldn't be ideal for it.
#5
ThugBasher
cracking price but heads up to anyone who bought the curry's offer on the go pro. This card wouldn't be ideal for it.
What would be?
1 Like #6
Great price, ordered.

45mb/s should be plenty for most things
#7
ThugBasher
cracking price but heads up to anyone who bought the curry's offer on the go pro. This card wouldn't be ideal for it.

Why?
#8
Same price at Amazon. Does anyone know the transfer rates of this card?
https://www.amazon.co.uk/Lexar-Performance-microSDXC-UHS-I-Adapter/dp/B01157EKAC
#9
semo
Same price at Amazon. Does anyone know the transfer rates of this card?https://www.amazon.co.uk/Lexar-Performance-microSDXC-UHS-I-Adapter/dp/B01157EKAC

Mymemory doesn't have £20 min for free delivery though, and Quidco tracked for £0.41

Edited By: Tiggiwiggi on Dec 25, 2016 15:58: Update on Quidco
#10
semo
Same price at Amazon. Does anyone know the transfer rates of this card?https://www.amazon.co.uk/Lexar-Performance-microSDXC-UHS-I-Adapter/dp/B01157EKAC
i was about to post the same
2 Likes #11
matthoneywill
Great price, ordered.
45mb/s should be plenty for most things

45mb read and 10mb write. not that great. wait for a deal on the toshiba u3 card with 30mb write and 90mb read.
#12
ThugBasher
cracking price but heads up to anyone who bought the curry's offer on the go pro. This card wouldn't be ideal for it.


Where did u get that info from? As far as I know it should be compatible
https://gopro.com/help/articles/Block/microSD-Card-Considerations
#13
tom_g
ThugBasher
cracking price but heads up to anyone who bought the curry's offer on the go pro. This card wouldn't be ideal for it.

Why?


the speed of this card is too slow. even when looking on go pros site most of the cards recommended are 90/95 mbs.

The lexar card writes a 45 mbs. The link for the card even states you can use this card with go pros and up to 4k no way in hell.
1 Like #14
edcor9889
ThugBasher
cracking price but heads up to anyone who bought the curry's offer on the go pro. This card wouldn't be ideal for it.


Where did u get that info from? As far as I know it should be compatible
https://gopro.com/help/articles/Block/microSD-Card-Considerations


45mbs is a no go for me. I'm not saying buy the most expensive card out there. But I've have a card with a low write speed and it was just hassle. Frame rate drops or the dam camera would stop recording.

if you can mange to get a card that has a write speed up to 90MB/s and a read speed of 95MB/s you bang on the money!
#15
Picard123
edcor9889
ThugBasher
cracking price but heads up to anyone who bought the curry's offer on the go pro. This card wouldn't be ideal for it.
Where did u get that info from? As far as I know it should be compatible https://gopro.com/help/articles/Block/microSD-Card-Considerations

Depends on what you're doing and which Go Pro you have. The Hero 5 / Session for example, have high bitrate video recording options at up to 60Mb/s, so you'll really need a pro level card to make use of something like that ie V60 rated. This Lexar card is in the entry level consumer U1 class. Write speeds will be much slower than a V60 rated card.

That said, I do like Lexar as a brand. Have a couple of their older sd cards and they've proved to be very reliable.

https://cdn2.pcadvisor.co.uk/cmsdata/slideshow/3640745/best_microsd_cards-video_speed_class.jpg

This would be an example of Lexar's faster U3 rated cards:
https://www.mymemory.co.uk/SDXC/Lexar/Lexar-64GB-Lexar-Professional-1000x-SD-%28SDXC%29-Card-UHS-II-U3---150MB_s
Obviously more expensive and performs faster than 30MB/s though not quite at V60 levels according to this benchmark: http://www.cameramemoryspeed.com/reviews/sd-cards/lexar-professional-1000x-uhs-ii-32gb-microsdhc-memory-card/

It's only by the time you get to the Lexar 1800x that you get the ultimate in write performance. That will do everything you need an micro SD card to do. 4K, mega bit rate video etc. Obviously, super pricey though....
https://www.mymemory.co.uk/Micro-SDXC/Lexar/Lexar-64GB-Professional-1800x-Micro-SDXC-UHS-II-U3-Card---270MB_s





Thanks for the info!Needed to buy one for recent GoPro LCD purchase.
1 Like #16
edcor9889
Picard123
edcor9889
ThugBasher
cracking price but heads up to anyone who bought the curry's offer on the go pro. This card wouldn't be ideal for it.
Where did u get that info from? As far as I know it should be compatible https://gopro.com/help/articles/Block/microSD-Card-Considerations
Depends on what you're doing and which Go Pro you have. The Hero 5 / Session for example, have high bitrate video recording options at up to 60Mb/s, so you'll really need a pro level card to make use of something like that ie V60 rated. This Lexar card is in the entry level consumer U1 class. Write speeds will be much slower than a V60 rated card.
That said, I do like Lexar as a brand. Have a couple of their older sd cards and they've proved to be very reliable. https://cdn2.pcadvisor.co.uk/cmsdata/slideshow/3640745/best_microsd_cards-video_speed_class.jpg
This would be an example of Lexar's faster U3 rated cards:https://www.mymemory.co.uk/SDXC/Lexar/Lexar-64GB-Lexar-Professional-1000x-SD-%28SDXC%29-Card-UHS-II-U3---150MB_s
Obviously more expensive and performs faster than 30MB/s though not quite at V60 levels according to this benchmark: http://www.cameramemoryspeed.com/reviews/sd-cards/lexar-professional-1000x-uhs-ii-32gb-microsdhc-memory-card/
It's only by the time you get to the Lexar 1800x that you get the ultimate in write performance. That will do everything you need an micro SD card to do. 4K, mega bit rate video etc. Obviously, super pricey though....https://www.mymemory.co.uk/Micro-SDXC/Lexar/Lexar-64GB-Professional-1800x-Micro-SDXC-UHS-II-U3-Card---270MB_s
Thanks for the info!Needed to buy one for recent GoPro LCD purchase.

I just noticed that misread some of the info from the GoPro page with my last post.

Looking at the official Go Pro page, the highest video bitrate used by the Hero cameras including the Hero 5 is 60Mbit/s (megabits/second), not 60MB/s (megabytes/second).

Therefore 60Mbit/s = 60/8 = approx 7.5MB/s.

Therefore any Class 10 MicroSD card with 10MB/s or higher sequential write speeds should be fine including this Lexar card as it reaches around 20MB/s in the benchmarks that I've seen. If you want to record higher bit rate video eg. 30MB/s or above eg. OpenCamera on Android or pro modes on certain DSLR cameras, you'll need a faster Lexar card than this eg. Lexar 600X card.



Edited By: Picard123 on Dec 26, 2016 10:36: .
#17
any codes? coming up at 18.99.
#18
ssc1
any codes? coming up at 18.99.
Yup, it's gone back up :( . Deal expired

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