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COMPLETED Lexar 128GB 667x UHS-I microSD card + SD adapter ($12). Ships: US

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Items to sell/buy/trade: Sony 64GB SF-M Tough UHS-II SD card SOLD; Lexar 128GB 667x UHS-I microSD card

Prices: Sony 64GB SF-M Tough UHS-II SD card - $32 - SOLD
Lexar 128GB 667x UHS-I microSD card - $12

Location: AR, USA

Ships to: US

Description: Sony 64GB SF-M Tough UHS-II SD card

Bought new this year, back when I forgot the second slot in an E-M1.2 doesn't support UHS-II. :whistling:

As it says on the card itself, it gets up to 277 MB/s read and 150 MB/s write and is rated for V60 (guaranteed 60 MB/s for video, though it does more). Pretty good speed to clear those buffers, for the cameras that support UHS-II (E-M1.2, E-M1.3, E-M1X, E-M5.3, E-M10.4, G9, G95, GH5, etc.). The whole thing has probably only been used to the point of filling it up once or twice.

https://electronics.sony.com/imaging/imaging-accessories/media/p/sfm64t-t1


Lexar 128GB 667x UHS-I microSD card

Bought new a couple years ago, used mostly in a tablet I think. But performance specs are good, UHS-I class with pretty good performance, up to 100 MB/s read and 90 MB/s write. I'm including a microSD -> SD adapter (pictured). Good backup card, I think.

I think it's a couple years dated so I no longer see it on the Lexar site, but it should be this:

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07NHCB6N3

Images for this listing: File(s) attached

Payments accepted: Regular PayPal (fee included in price)

Shipping method: Given the prices, I think it makes sense to send in a regular envelope via USPS, untracked. I will include a bit of padding and send the card in an antistatic bag. If you want a box and tracking, you can pay maybe $7 extra for priority mail?

Shipping charge: $0 or $7 (see above)

Handling time: 1 business day

References: elec-10 on eBay. I've sold a couple lenses there, among other things.

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PakkyT

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Unfortunately, Mike could not find any economic way to post the Sony card from the USA to Australia!!
Really? I just checked and a first class letter (Max. length 11-1/2", height 6-1/8" or thickness 1/4") should be $2.43.
 
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Really? I just checked and a first class letter (Max. length 11-1/2", height 6-1/8" or thickness 1/4") should be $2.43.
We were looking for tracking and also declaring the item/value properly, customs, etc. That sounds about right if you just send a standard first class letter, which physically should easily handle something like an SD card. Maybe I'm missing something or making too much of the procedures.

Next step up from a letter (first thing... legit? for sending something of value, in theory) was first-class package international service, which is currently temporarily suspended to AUS.

Let me know if I goofed and you can get tracking, proper customs declaration, etc. via first class letter, for future reference. I'm definitely not familiar with international shipping.
 

wmlew

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If the Aussie connection doesn’t work out, I want to buy your Lexar card. Thanks
 

PakkyT

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We were looking for tracking and also declaring the item/value properly, customs, etc.
Ya the first class letter thing is like mailing a letter so no tracking or any of that sort of thing.

It has been a while (ok just checked, it was 2015) where I sent someone here a 3D thin spacer ring I made that I needed for a m42 mount fisheye lens I use and they had the same issue. I believe I just put it between some card stock and mailed it normal first class letter rate and it got there ok. Oh it was Australia as well, forgot to mention. I don't think customs and that sort of thing care about small envelopes and the value of what is in them.
 
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