Lexar 64gb professional 1000x uhs-ii sdxc memory lsd64gcrbna1000

2 cards failed within weeks – ZERO STARS! I’ve been using this card from Lexar in my OLYMPUS OM-D E-M5II, and have had 2 fail in pretty rapid succession. The first card was sent back to Lexar for image recovery, I received the card (or a new one, not sure) & a DVD with a few images they were able to recover. The second card was used twice without incident, I did clear the card as soon as I could after shooting as a precaution. The third time I used the card, I recorded a video. When I went to review it it said card failure, and that was it – everything that was on that card (from a previous shoot) was gone. This is the exact same thing that happened with the first card. I have several other SD cards that have worked fine, but they are only UHS-1 or less (no extra pins & slower).


I now cannot return to B&H for a refund because Lexar has already fulfilled my warranty, and Lexar cannot refund my money because you didn’t purchase it from Lexar, and therefore we do not have the funds for a refund

Does not work in E-M5II Think twice about this card if you shoot Olympus and/or the E-M5II. I would give this a ZERO if possible. Purchased a two pack of these due to lower price than my usual SanDisk and thought I would future proof myself and try out the UHS-II card. Both cards do not work straight out of the box and have only been used in my E-M5II. For stills, I’m not seeing an issue. For video, the camera will freeze at 13 or 14 seconds. I’ve formatted using Lexar tools, formatted in camera following that, changed settings all over the place on the camera and have the latest firmware. I’ve spent a ton of hours on this without success. I have 8 SanDisk 95mb/s UHS-I cards, other older SanDisk and Eye-Fi as well. I use these cards in my D750’s as well as my E-M5 and E-M5II…. never had an issue as long as I format first. I’ve spent countless hours on the web, with Olympus and with Lexar. Neither company tested the card/camera combination. No matter what I’ve done the result is the intermittent video clip freezing and sometimes card error on both cards.

2 cards failed within weeks – ZERO STARS! I’ve been using this card from Lexar in my OLYMPUS OM-D E-M5II, and have had 2 fail in pretty rapid succession. The first card was sent back to Lexar for image recovery, I received the card (or a new one, not sure) & a DVD with a few images they were able to recover. The second card was used twice without incident, I did clear the card as soon as I could after shooting as a precaution. The third time I used the card, I recorded a video. When I went to review it it said card failure, and that was it – everything that was on that card (from a previous shoot) was gone. This is the exact same thing that happened with the first card. I have several other SD cards that have worked fine, but they are only UHS-1 or less (no extra pins & slower). I now cannot return to B&H for a refund because Lexar has already fulfilled my warranty, and Lexar cannot refund my money because you didn’t purchase it from Lexar, and therefore we do not have the funds for a refund

Does not work in E-M5II Think twice about this card if you shoot Olympus and/or the E-M5II. I would give this a ZERO if possible. Purchased a two pack of these due to lower price than my usual SanDisk and thought I would future proof myself and try out the UHS-II card. Both cards do not work straight out of the box and have only been used in my E-M5II. For stills, I’m not seeing an issue. For video, the camera will freeze at 13 or 14 seconds. I’ve formatted using Lexar tools, formatted in camera following that, changed settings all over the place on the camera and have the latest firmware. I’ve spent a ton of hours on this without success. I have 8 SanDisk 95mb/s UHS-I cards, other older SanDisk and Eye-Fi as well. I use these cards in my D750’s as well as my E-M5 and E-M5II…. never had an issue as long as I format first. I’ve spent countless hours on the web, with Olympus and with Lexar. Neither company tested the card/camera combination. No matter what I’ve done the result is the intermittent video clip freezing and sometimes card error on both cards.