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Topic # 80093 26-Mar-2011 13:16
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I have received one of the recently announced Lexar 64GB SDXC cards (there's a 128GB version also available).

The card shows up as exFAT formatted on my laptop and it is ready to use. Not so much on my old Nikon D50 DSLR.

As a side note, using this card for Windows ReadyBoost works, but I think I found its limit: even though I select "Dedicate this device to ReadyBoost", only about 32GB are actually used, leaving the rest of the SD card free.

I will post some speed tests later. Will also try and find a DSLR that supports SDXC cards.







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  Reply # 452046 26-Mar-2011 13:21
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Will you be giving these away? :)



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  Reply # 452047 26-Mar-2011 13:23
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No, sorry... I've to send those back :(

It would be great for a photographer.





 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 453710 31-Mar-2011 09:10
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A Pentax K-7 with the latest firmware supports SDXC, but not the full speed. A K-5 does though I believe, but not 100% sure.

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  Reply # 453713 31-Mar-2011 09:21
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freitasm: Will also try and find a DSLR that supports SDXC cards.


I have a Canon EOS 60D that supports SDXC cards but don't expect the card back if you give it to me to test ;)

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