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Lexar High Performance Micro SD Card 633x 512GB $90 + Delivery ($0 with eBay Plus) @ Shopping Square eBay

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    Are these reliable? Sort of want to buy a 512gb card for my Nintendo Switch so I can set and forget.

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    I wonder about the quality as well.. as it is no longer Micron owned company a….

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    Will this be fast enough for 4K recording … like to use in a drone or action cam?
    (see it says 512GB – up to 100MB/s read, up to 70MB/s write)

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      Depends on the bitrate.

      The card's specs say "Class 10, A2, UHS-I (U3), V30"

      V30/U3 rating means the card should be capable of writing at a minimum of 30MB/s (safe to assume that's in sequential workloads). For example, A DJI Phantom 4 records at 60Mbps, which equates to about 7.5MBps, something this card can easily achieve with a lot of headroom to spare, if you go by its rating.

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      From purely a speed perspective, absolutely. Even the GoPro 8's top-quality 100Mbps bitrate is only 12.5MB/s.

      Some cameras do have little niggly compatibility issues with the controllers on some cards though, so nothing's guaranteed!

      FWIW I haven't had any problems shooting 4K video on my GoPro or Sony A7 III with Samsung's EVO Plus cards. 256GB is $47.45 so 2x 256GB isn't much more than this 1x 512GB, and you won't have all your eggs in one basket.

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    This or the samsung 512gb evo+?

    Is the samsing worth the extra?(is this as good?)

    Use will be in a samsung s8 or s10e.

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    I'd buy it if I had ebay plus but just wasn't worth it for me. Also it came down to $104 when I applied both the $20 and paddle. Did I miss something for the $90 price?