Read the latest issue here

Lexar Silver Series gains new cards

Posted on Feb 25, 2021

The Lexar Silver Series has expanded with the addition of new Professional 1066x SDXC UHS-I Silver Series cards. The storage giant has designed the SD cards for the use of photographers and videographers up to a professional level, and are suitable for various mirrorless or DSLR bodies.

The cards all offer impressive read speeds up to 160MB/s (1066x, U3 or V30 in the various speed classes) and write speeds up to 120MB/s, save for the smallest capacity option, which is capped at a write speed of 70MB/s. This degree of performance renders the Lexar Silver Series options capable of capturing a number of large Raw stills in quick succession or sustained video up to 4K. Not to mention, these feats can be attained in higher frame rates.

The additions to the Lexar Silver Series have been designed to function effectively in tough conditions. Each member of the Silver Series family is water-, shock-, vibration- and X-ray proof.

The new SD cards come in an array of capacities, including 64GB, 128GB, 256GB and 512GB. They are available to purchase now and are priced at £26.99, £45.99, £84.99 and £155.99, respectively.

For more information on these new SD cards, please visit the Lexar website.

Don’t forget to sign up to receive our newsletter below, and get notified about the new issue, exclusive offers and competitions.

Have you heard The Photography News Podcast? Tune in for news, techniques, advice and much more! Click here to listen for free.

PermaJet makes paper premium

September 28th, 2022

Building on the success of the market leading Museum Heritage 310, paper expert PermaJet...

Smart Lighting from Kenro

February 25th, 2022

Kenro launches Smart Lites, a high performance LED light series packed full of features...

BEST photo bags for summer exploring

May 17th, 2022

No matter what the camera, you need a bag to keep it safe. We...

Canon bonanza ft. EOS R6 Mark II

November 2nd, 2022

A new EOS, an impressive telephoto and a high-speed flash? What more could you...