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  • Lexar 64Gb UHS-II 150Mb/s for 29.99

    This looks to be a good deal at under 30 quid for a Lexar 64GB SDXC UHS-II Card in Eco-Friendly Packaging, sold and delivered by Amazon:

    https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B07F9TNN...395841_TE_dp_1

    In real-life use in the E-M1ii I find these just as speedy as the 300Mb/s version (of which I have one) and they're a lot cheaper. Other capacities also available via that link, but they're not such good value IMHO.
    Regards,
    Mark

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    Too much Oly gear.
    Panasonic GM5, 12-32, 12-35, 15, 35-100, Laowa 7.5.
    Assorted legacy lenses, plus a Fuji X70 & a Sony A7S.

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    Originally posted by drmarkf View Post
    ..................In real-life use in the E-M1ii I find these just as speedy as the 300Mb/s version (of which I have one) and they're a lot cheaper.

    I find it interesting that you find the speed comparable between the versions in an E-M1-ii. If you are referring to write speeds, this implies that the camera may be setting a limit rather than the card. Do you have any comparative timings for particular types of data? It's of interest to me as I currently use Lexar 150MB/s cards in the same camera.



    There are comparisons of both read and write speeds on the web at https://havecamerawilltravel.com/pho...test-sd-cards/
    Mike
    visit my Natural History Photos website:
    http://www.botanicdesign.co.uk/Natur...story/home.htm

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    • #3
      Originally posted by MikeOxon View Post
      I find it interesting that you find the speed comparable between the versions in an E-M1-ii. If you are referring to write speeds, this implies that the camera may be setting a limit rather than the card. Do you have any comparative timings for particular types of data? It's of interest to me as I currently use Lexar 150MB/s cards in the same camera.

      There are comparisons of both read and write speeds on the web at https://havecamerawilltravel.com/pho...test-sd-cards/
      Regards,
      Mark

      ------------------------------
      http://www.microcontrast.com
      Too much Oly gear.
      Panasonic GM5, 12-32, 12-35, 15, 35-100, Laowa 7.5.
      Assorted legacy lenses, plus a Fuji X70 & a Sony A7S.

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        Regards,
        Mark

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        http://www.microcontrast.com
        Too much Oly gear.
        Panasonic GM5, 12-32, 12-35, 15, 35-100, Laowa 7.5.
        Assorted legacy lenses, plus a Fuji X70 & a Sony A7S.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by TimP View Post
            Must resist....must resist....

            I bought mine to speed up the process of 'stacking' for macro photography. The 150MB/s UHS-II card reduced a frustratingly long wait to acceptable.



            If your current card is adequate for the type of photography you do, then carry on resisting but, in my own case, I found these cards provide a considerable advantage.



            It's a pity that smaller sizes don't seem to be available (at correspondingly lower prices) since, for still photography, I like 16MB capacity because it does not hold "too many eggs in one basket"
            Mike
            visit my Natural History Photos website:
            http://www.botanicdesign.co.uk/Natur...story/home.htm

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