Excerpt: I have used Lexar CF cards for years. This card is fast and allows me to maximize the burst rate of my Canon 7Dii when I shoot birds in flight. I trust the dependability of the card and the ability to use and reuse without fear of data loss.
Excerpt: I use this card in a Nikon D800. The card preforms as better than expected. Images transfer at a very good speed using the Lexar Professional USB 3.0 Dual-Slot reader. If you shoot in DNG (raw) & J-peg, You might want to carry a couple of these cards as DNG (raw) uses a lot of mb's.
Excerpt: I don't give many five-star reviews but I want everyone to know that you don't need to buy the more expensive cards! These do 4k just fine! They take a little longer to import than the more expensive ones, but not enough to make any real difference for my workflow.
Excerpt: I was looking for the less expensive alternative to the Sony XQD card. I am very happy with Lexar 1333x XQD 64GB, works great, no issues at all. Please note you have to buy Lexar card reader to be used with this card. Sony's card reader doesn't work.
Excerpt: I first used the cards to shoot a sporting event in continuous mode with long bursts. I was pleased with the write speed because I never had to wait for the camera to finish writing before I shot the next burst. When it came to downloading the files to my computer the process was very fast.
Excerpt: SD cards have gotten so fast and so inexpensive, I finally decided to upgrade from 32 MB class six to thse 64GB class 10 cards. I use one in a Canon XA20 camcorder and the other in my Canon 70D DSLR (for when I shoot video with it).