DSLR videographers rejoice. Lexar’s truly capacious 1TB SDXC card is tantamount to cramming a 1,200 horsepower W16 engine under the hood of a Fiat 500. The new memory card might cost quite a bit more than two 512GB cards, but the notion that you can film to your heart’s content without swapping cards is sheer brilliance. The storage capacity is truly magnificent, equalling two million 500K quality photos, which should easily cover shots of your first child, your first puppy, and your first international vacation as a fully employed adult. But it’s more than big, it’s also fast, providing write speeds of up to 70MB/s and read speeds up to 95MB/s, making it ideal for 4K video work as well as high-res stills. The card also happens to be Class 10 certified for ultra-fast transfers to make photo and video editing more seamless. It retails for $499.99.
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