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Does anybody want a Lexar 2000x 32GB UHS-II SD card with Lexar UHS-II card reader? This is the high end of their product range, rated for 300 MB/s read and 260 MB/s write.

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Warning: I've had some problems using it with my E-M1.2. Occasionally it just won't be detected by the camera. At this point I don't really trust it enough to use it and wouldn't feel good about selling it. No problems so far using it on the computer. So I'm not sure if there's actually an issue or not. It could just be on my end, or maybe you could try it with a different camera.

It might be useful to someone as a backup card, or maybe a useful benchmarking unit to see what kind of performance you can get shooting bursts with a high-end card. Or maybe all you need is a UHS-II card reader and a test card to try out its speed. Anyway, it's been sitting around in a metaphorical drawer for a few months and not doing me any good, so maybe it would for someone else?

I originally bought it used off eBay for under $25.

I think I could just ship it in a letter to US, inside an antistatic bag. I'll pay for the regular postage stamp.


edit: it's gone now, thanks.
 
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Does anybody want a Lexar 2000x 32GB UHS-II SD card with Lexar UHS-II card reader? This is the high end of their product range, rated for 300 MB/s read and 260 MB/s write.

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Warning: I've had some problems using it with my E-M1.2. Occasionally it just won't be detected by the camera. At this point I don't really trust it enough to use it and wouldn't feel good about selling it. No problems so far using it on the computer. So I'm not sure if there's actually an issue or not. It could just be on my end, or maybe you could try it with a different camera.

It might be useful to someone as a backup card, or maybe a useful benchmarking unit to see what kind of performance you can get shooting bursts with a high-end card. Or maybe all you need is a UHS-II card reader and a test card to try out its speed. Anyway, it's been sitting around in a metaphorical drawer for a few months and not doing me any good, so maybe it would for someone else?

I originally bought it used off eBay for under $25.

I think I could just ship it in a letter to US, inside an antistatic bag. I'll pay for the regular postage stamp.
I’ll take it but I live in Canada. I am happy to pp the shipping.
 
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72mm hood for the taking. It was on the used Olympus 40-150 pro when I bought it but I replaced it with the Olympus screw on version for better protection against branches and bumps. I’m in Canada but happy to ship it to the US if someone wants it.

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Karen
Does anybody want a Lexar 2000x 32GB UHS-II SD card with Lexar UHS-II card reader? This is the high end of their product range, rated for 300 MB/s read and 260 MB/s write.

View attachment 916240

Warning: I've had some problems using it with my E-M1.2. Occasionally it just won't be detected by the camera. At this point I don't really trust it enough to use it and wouldn't feel good about selling it. No problems so far using it on the computer. So I'm not sure if there's actually an issue or not. It could just be on my end, or maybe you could try it with a different camera.

It might be useful to someone as a backup card, or maybe a useful benchmarking unit to see what kind of performance you can get shooting bursts with a high-end card. Or maybe all you need is a UHS-II card reader and a test card to try out its speed. Anyway, it's been sitting around in a metaphorical drawer for a few months and not doing me any good, so maybe it would for someone else?

I originally bought it used off eBay for under $25.

I think I could just ship it in a letter to US, inside an antistatic bag. I'll pay for the regular postage stamp.


edit: it's gone now, thanks.
Got the card. Thanks so much.
Karen
 

barry13

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The Minoltas are spoken for.

I also have some Pentax zooms and non-working bodies, mostly m42 mount, including a few Spotmatics.
And a bunch of Pentax metal lens hoods and hard lens cases.

Preference given towards local pickups, Pomona area.
 

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