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Lexar 32GB SDHC – On Sale
January 3, 2012






A deal today lists the Lexar 32GB Class 10 SDHC on sale today, making it even cheaper than the Transcend brand 32GB SDHC card. Other sites are still holding on to the almost $60 dollar price tag. The new sale price still comes in slightly cheaper than the promotional (2) pack 32GB Lexar deal, so […]






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Sandisk SDHC Class 10 Media Cards
June 20, 2011






Some people swear by shooting only cards that are 8GB in capacity Max. I shoot with 32GB cards, call me a Danger Seeker. Some people shoot only Sandisk media. I personally shoot with the Transcend Class 10 or 400x Media Cards. Regardless of anyone’s rhyme or reason you can grab a Sandisk 8GB SDHC Class […]






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128GB Lexar SDXC in Canon 60D
April 21, 2011






If you’re wondering about what the 128GB Lexar SDXC card is good for, there’s a number of things. Besides throwing it into bitrate hungry high end cameras, another good purpose is doubling the disk space on my MacBook Air. The new Macbook Air can’t be upgraded internally, so by using a very generic SDHC card […]






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Lexar 128GB SDXC Card Now Shipping
March 23, 2011






Lexar Pro 128GB SDXC Media That sexy new Lexar 128GB SDXC Card is now shipping (first metioned here: http://cheesycam.com/lexar-sdxc-media-cards/). The fact that this comes with the name Lexar at the introductory price is already exciting. Interesting that on Lexar’s own website, the Buy It Now price is $80 dollars more than at B&H. Sounds expensive […]






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