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Photography news: Sony brings Eye Autofocus to critters via A.I.

In this week's photography news, the Sony a7 III and a7R III have some new capabilities, thanks to updated firmware. Lexar teases a crazy fast 1,000MB/s memory card, while Vimeo launches bulk upload possibilities. The post Photography news: Sony brings Eye Autofocus to critters via A.I. appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Photography, News, Trends, Sony, Vimeo, Lexar, Pixelmator Pro


Lexar introduces world’s fastest 1TB portable SSD

Lexar, the company that is known for its range of flash memory solutions have launched a new portable SSD and it is the world's fastest portable SSD in the market for now. The new portable SSD from Lexar carries the model name Lexar Professional SL100 Pro and comes in three storage options. The base model is 250GB which is followed by the 512 GB model and followed by the flagship model that comes with 1 TB storage. The Lexar Professional SL100 Pro Portable SSD is the world's fastest portabl...
Tags: Accessories, News, Blogging, Tb, Lexar, Lexar Portable SSD, Lexar SL100Pro, World's Fastest SSD


Massive 1TB microSD cards are insane and they’re a real thing now

The race for more and more storage on tiny little cards just keeps on trucking. Although SanDisk showed off a proof-of-concept 1TB SD card way back at Photokina 2016 and ProGrade announced their 1TB CFexpress cards last April, it wasn’t until recently that Lexar had released a 1TB memory SD card that you could actually buy. […] The post Massive 1TB microSD cards are insane and they’re a real thing now appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Photography, Gear, Sandisk, Micron, Microsd, Lexar, Mwc 2019, 1TB microSD


The tiny SanDisk 1TB microSD cards are breaking speed records

Just a few weeks after Lexar launched the first terabyte microSD card, Western Digital unveiled the fastest 1TB microSD during Mobile World Congress. The company says the card doubles the typical standard speed for microSD cards. The post The tiny SanDisk 1TB microSD cards are breaking speed records appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Mobile, Photography, News, Trends, Micron, Western Digital, Microsd, Lexar, Mobile World Conress


15 Years After Announcing the 1GB SD Card, Lexar Unveils 1TB SD Card (slashdot)

Lexar has just unveiled the first commercially available 1-terabyte SD card. "Lexar's Professional 633x line of SDHC and SDXC UHS-I cards [...] is now listed for sale in capacities from 16GB all the way up to the flagship 1TB," reports The Verge. "That card claims read speeds of up to 95MB/s and write speeds of 70MB/s, though it's only rated as V30/U3, which guarantees sustained write performance of 30MB/s." Unfortunately, you'll pay a premium price of $499.99 for the new 1TB SD card, which is m...
Tags: News, Lexar, BeauHD, Joey Lopez


La Carte SDXC de 1 TO est Annoncée chez Lexar (images)

‘Il y a presque quinze ans, Lexar présentait la première carte SD de 1 Go‘, a déclaré Joey Lopez… ‘Aujourd’hui, nous sommes ravis d’annoncer 1 To de capacité de stockage dans ce même format.‘ a poursuivi il y a quelques heures au CES de Las Vegas le directeur marketing principal de Lexar. Carte SD 1 To à 400 $ Si pour bon nombre de personnes cette carte SD d’un téraoctet ressemblait plus à un vaporware, cela n’est donc pas le cas puisque Lexar a cette fois-ci confirmé sa commercialisation effect...
Tags: Seo, Accessoires, Lexar, CES de Las Vegas, Actualités, Carte Sd, Joey Lopez Aujourd hui, Lexar Carte SD


15 Years After Announcing the 1GB SD Card, Lexar Unveils 1TB SD Card

Lexar has just unveiled the first commercially available 1-terabyte SD card. "Lexar's Professional 633x line of SDHC and SDXC UHS-I cards [...] is now listed for sale in capacities from 16GB all the way up to the flagship 1TB," reports The Verge. "That card claims read speeds of up to 95MB/s and write speeds of 70MB/s, though it's only rated as V30/U3, which guarantees sustained write performance of 30MB/s." Unfortunately, you'll pay a premium price of $499.99 for the new 1TB SD card, which is m...
Tags: Tech, Lexar, Joey Lopez


Lexar’s latest SDXC card keeps you shooting with 1 TB of storage

Shoot large files at high capacity? Lexar's latest SDXC memory card will fit a terabyte of storage inside your camera. The Lexar SD card is part of the company's Professional 633x series. That higher capacity will come at a cost, however. The post Lexar’s latest SDXC card keeps you shooting with 1 TB of storage appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Photography, News, Trends, Lexar, SDHC, CES 2019


How to Keep Your Photos Safe While You’re Out Shooting

As a photographer, there’s nothing worse than losing your hard shot photos, whether it’s from hard drive failure, theft, or anything else. With a good backup strategy, it’s easy to keep your photos safe at home, but what about when you’re still out shooting? What if you’re going off the grid and away from your laptop for a couple of days, or even a few weeks? Let’s take a look. While you’re out on location, the most significant risks to your photos are theft, loss, and data loss. The solution t...
Tags: Crafts, Sandisk, Lexar


First 1 terabyte SD card hits stores

Quantity has a quality of its own. Lexar is the first to get 1TB SD cards to market. As ever, there’s a price premium associated with this breakthrough in capacity; you’ll pay more for a single 1TB card than you would for two 512GB cards. Lexar has set the price at $499.99 for this model, although B&H has it available to order at $399.99 — that’s still quite a hike considering the same retailer has various 512GB cards for under $150. The first 1TB hard drive you could buy was back in 2007. Acc...
Tags: Gadgets, Post, News, Seagate, Memory, Las Vegas, Toshiba, Hitachi, Lexar


Lexar launches world’s first 1TB SD memory card

Although there have been some announcements of 1TB memory cards, Lexar seems to have beat them all. The company has released the world’s first 1TB SDXC memory card and it’s officially the first one actually available in the market. Lexar Professional 1TB 633x SDHC/SDXC UHS-I card is capable of read speed of up to 633x […] The post Lexar launches world’s first 1TB SD memory card appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Photography, Sd Cards, Gear, Memory Card, Memory Cards, Lexar, Lexar memory card, 1 TB


Lexar’s 1TB SD card is the one you’ve been waiting for

SanDisk, years back, showed off a 1TB SD prototype that never managed to make it to market. Today, at CES, the newly acquired Lexar made a bit of a splash by announcing that you’d soon be able to buy the card we’ve all been wanting since SanDisk first announced it two years ago. “Almost fifteen years ago, Lexar announced a 16GB SD card,” Lexar Senior Marketing Manager Joey Lopez said in a statement. “Today we are excited to announced 1TB of storage capacity in the same convenient form factor.” T...
Tags: Startups, Photography, Sandisk, Lexar, Joey Lopez


The world’s first 1-terabyte SDXC card is here

Do you frequently record super-slow-motion 8K video? Do you want to back up your entire computer to your coin pocket? Then these measly 512-gigabyte SD cards probably aren’t cutting it. Fortunately, Lexar has a 1-terabyte card for you. Only $500! Terabyte cards have been promised for years — SanDisk said it was going to, but never made it happen. Longsys (which owns the Lexar brand) beat them to the punch, and today you can buy one. Or pay for one, anyway — it’s unclear what the shipping date is...
Tags: Tech, Sandisk, Lexar, Longsys


1TB Lexar Professional 633x SDXC UHS-I card and Lexar NM200, NM500, NM520, NM600 M.2 SSDs announced

Lexar, popular for its flash memory solutions has introduced new Lexar Professional 633x SDXC UHS-I card with whopping 1 terabyte (1TB) of memory. It has also expanded its internal Solid-State Drive (SSD) portfolio with the its M.2 NM series; featuring a traditional SATA III (6Gb/s) SSD (NM200), plus more advanced solutions with NVMe performance (NM500, NM520, NM600) for entry-level to PC enthusiasts. The Lexar Professional 633x SDXC UHS-I 1TB card leverages Class 10 UHS-I (U3, V30) technol...
Tags: News, Memory, Blogging, Ces, Solid State Drive, Lexar, Lexar Professional, 1TB Lexar Professional 633x SDXC, Lexar NM200, Lexar NM500


How Brands Compete And Win

Competitive brand battles can be drawn out affairs, outlasting the tenures of several management teams. They can also be very expensive, often requiring outlays in the hundreds of millions of dollars. In some cases, billions of dollars are involved. It’s not just Coke versus Pepsi. These battles occur in every industry and practically every product category. Visa versus Mastercard. Nike versus Adidas. Colgate versus Crest. Airbus versus Boeing. Caterpillar versus Komatsu. Dell versus Lenovo v...
Tags: Kodak, Lenovo, Coca Cola, Coke, Coca Cola Company, Branding, Pepsi, Michelangelo, Interbrand, Lexar, Brand Management, Niraj Dawar, Mastercard Nike, Adidas Colgate, Crest Airbus, Boeing Caterpillar


XQD availability “held up by multiple parties including Sony” says Lexar

After Lexar’s Polish distributor announced that Lexar will no longer produce XQD cards in order to focus on CFexpress, Lexar has issued a further statement to Nikon Rumors. In the statement, they say that availability of XQD has been “held up by multiple parties”, specifically naming Sony. While Lexar is eager to pursue the XQD […] The post XQD availability “held up by multiple parties including Sony” says Lexar appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Photography, News, Sony, Nikon, Memory Cards, Xqd, Lexar, CFexpress, Lexar memory card, Sony While Lexar


113 SD cards speed tested to find the fastest for use with the Canon EOS R

The SD card market seems to be hotting up, and getting pretty competitive (and fast!). With Lexar seemingly back, ProGrade taking square aim at the high-end market, and SanDisk & Sony releasing new cards boasting big numbers like there’s no tomorrow, who really is the fastest these days? That’s what the folks at Camera Memory […] The post 113 SD cards speed tested to find the fastest for use with the Canon EOS R appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Photography, Sd Cards, Gear, Memory Card, Memory Cards, Microsd, Lexar, Speed Test, Canon Mirrorless, Canon EOS R, SanDisk Sony


Weekly Roundup: Xiaomi Mi MIX 3, Black Shark Helo, Samsung Galaxy A6s, HTC EXODUS 1 and more

Xiaomi earlier this week has launched the Mi MIX 3, Black Shark Helo Gaming Phone. It also launched the 6GB RAM variant of the Mi A2 in India. Meizu has launched the Note 8, OPPO introduced the R15x in China and lots more from this week in our weekly roundup. Xiaomi’s Black Shark launched the Black Shark Helo Gaming Phone has a 6.01-inch FHD+ AMOLED display with HDR support even in games with independent image processing chip, is powered by Snapdragon 845 SoC with up to 10GB RAM, two liquid coo...
Tags: Google, Roundup, China, US, Samsung, Hp, Blogging, Xiaomi, Sony, Htc, Panasonic, Hdr, Meizu, Oppo, Saregama, Lexar


Lexar announces 512GB A2 microSD card for smartphone photographers and filmmakers

Although this won’t be of much to iOS users, Lexar has announced a new 512GB 633x (100MB/sec) A2 microSD card for smartphones. Designed for lots of fast read and write operations per second, this card is ideal for Android smartphones. Especially those used by photographers and filmmakers shooting lots of photos and footage. Since Lexar’s […] The post Lexar announces 512GB A2 microSD card for smartphone photographers and filmmakers appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Android, Photography, Gear, Smartphone Photography, Microsd, Lexar, A2


Breaking Up is a Hard Thing to Do: Lexar Abandons XQD Cards, Blames Sony

When relationships dissolve, drama, sometimes, necessarily ensues. In the case of Lexar and the XQD memory card format, the break up boils down to one big name: Sony. Image via Lisa Fotios from Pexels.com. An announcement that has made its way through the rumor mills for some time now, Lexar has publicly proclaimed that they are abandoning XQD in favor of CFexpress. CFexpress, for its part, is a more recent medium and first came out in 2016, six years after XQD. Of course, as PetaPixel points ...
Tags: Photography, News, Sony, Sandisk, Micron, Nikon Rumors, Lexar, Pexels, Sony Nikon, Longsys, Sony Image, Lisa Fotios


Lexar introduces world’s highest-capacity 512GB microSD UHS-I A2 card

Integral might have been the first to introduce the world’s highest-capacity 512GB microSD. Lexar today introduced the world’s highest-capacity 512GB microSD with support for Application Performance Class 1 (A2) requirements from the latest SD Association’s 6.0 specifications to help launch and load apps faster, compared to A1. This offers up to 100MB/s transfer speed. Highlights of Lexar 512GB 633x microSDXC UHS-I card Read Speed: up to 100 MB/s Write Speed: up to 70MB/s write A2 ...
Tags: News, Memory, US, Blogging, Javits Convention Center, Lexar, New York City New York, Global Marketing, SD Association, Lexar 633x, Joel Boquiren


Lexar will not make any more XQD cards, says Polish distributor

This is probably not much of a surprise to some, but it will be very disappointing to others. Especially those who might have recently bought or pre-ordered a camera with an XQD card slot. It seems that Lexar is now not going to be making XQD cards since it moved from Micron to Longsys, after […] The post Lexar will not make any more XQD cards, says Polish distributor appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Photography, News, Micron, Memory Card, Memory Cards, Xqd, Lexar, Longsys


TouchID in your thumb-drive!

USB have become a rarity nowadays, with how cheap and convenient cloud-storage and cloud-sharing is, but there’s a while before USB thumb drives go the way of the dodo, or the floppy, or the CD/DVD. Thumb drives are now primarily used for transferring files offline (sensitive documents, PDFs, work-files, images, etc)… usually confidential files that are safer off the internet than on, or files that are a little too heavy to transfer online.Given that there’s still a large need to transfer sensit...
Tags: Deals, Gadgets, Design, Office, USB Drive, Popular, Fingerprint Scanner, Product Design, Random, F35, AES, Lexar, Thumb Drive, JumpDrive


Lexar will return to “full product” this autumn

Since Micron sold memory card brand, Lexar to Longsys in China, people have been wondering what’s going on. Will they still keep making those favourite Lexar products? Will they bring out a new range? Or will they just take Lexar’s intellectual property, apply it to other products and not make memory cards at all? Well, […] The post Lexar will return to “full product” this autumn appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Photography, News, China, Micron, Memory Cards, Lexar, Longsys


Back To School Supplies On Sale This Week – 8/5 – 8/11 at Office Supply Stores

Back To School Supplies One Sale This Week This week’s best deals on school supplies at all of the major office supply stores, updated weekly during the back to school season! We are now sharing the Back to School office supply deals with you each week, so make sure to look for those each week. You can check out our Back to School category for all the Back to School posts as we share them with you. This deal roundup is of the best Back to School deals for the Office Supply Stores! Here are the...
Tags: School, Back To School, Frugality, Texas Instruments, Scholastic, Bic, Westcott, Lexar, Thrifty NW, Dixon Ticonderoga, Office Supply Stores, Crayola Colored Pencils, Crayola Crayons, Office Supply Stores Here, Office Depot Brand, Staples School Glue


Lexar has run out of XQD cards – no more until Summer

When Longsys acquired Lexar from Micron last September, it threw the storage card world into disarray. What was happening to all of Lexar’s products? Were we still going to get support? And what about XQD? Well, it seems when it comes to the last one, Lexar might not have been telling us the whole truth […] The post Lexar has run out of XQD cards – no more until Summer appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Photography, News, Storage, Micron, Memory Cards, Xqd, Lexar, Longsys, ProGrade Digital


Here is how to tell a real BlackRapid from a fake one

When we hear about fake products in the photography world, it’s usually memory cards. Cheap SD cards with fake SanDisk or Lexar labels being sold at well below market price. Sometimes, though, it’s even fake cameras and lenses. But there are a lot of other counterfeit accessories out there for cameras, too. BlackRapid have recently taken […] The post Here is how to tell a real BlackRapid from a fake one appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Photography, News, Sandisk, Fake, Lexar, BlackRapid, Counferfeit


Atech’s new Blackjet CFast 2.0 card reader is built for durability and speed

Since the demise and maybe-rebirth of Lexar, the memory card news has been quite interesting. We’ve had world’s fastest, world’s biggest, world’s fastest again, and an entirely new company, ProGrade Digital has risen from the ashes of Lexar & SanDisk execs. With the race to bring out newer, faster, larger memory cards, though, also comes […] The post Atech’s new Blackjet CFast 2.0 card reader is built for durability and speed appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Photography, Gear, Cfast, Lexar, BlackJet, Gear Announcement, CFast 2.0, ATECH, ProGrade Digital, Blackjet CFast, Lexar SanDisk


Amazon Canada Deals: Save 26% on Lexar JumpDrive C20m 128GB micro-USB to USB 3.1 Flash Drive

Amazon Canada has awesome deals available now that include: Get Lexar JumpDrive C20m 128GB micro-USB to USB 3.1 Flash Drive w/Detachable Kickstand – LJDC20m-128BBNLK, today for $42.00, list price $56.99, save $14.99 – 26% off. Click here to get all Lexar offers The Amazon Canada offers are available now, while supplies last. Amazon has FREE shipping on orders over $35. Click here to get the Amazon Canada today’s offers.
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ProGrade is the memory cards company that Lexar could have been

When Micron announced they were quitting the Lexar brand last year, it came as quite a shock. Many long-time Lexar fans were worried about where their future memory cards would be coming from. A short time later, the Lexar brand was acquired by Longsys, a Chinese manufacturer of flash storage. Very little seems to have […] The post ProGrade is the memory cards company that Lexar could have been appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Photography, News, Sd Cards, Sandisk, Micron, Cfast, Lexar, SDXC, UHS-II, CFast 2.0, Longsys, ProGrade Digital