High-Capacity Storage with Video Versatility
Lexar offers a complete line of award-winning memory cards in various speeds, formats, and capacities. Lexar speed-rated cards are individually performance tested before they ship, ensuring quality and performance and providing a higher level of confidence, whether you're snapping family photos on vacation or capturing HD video of an important event.
Designed for photo and video enthusiasts, the Lexar Platinum II Secure Digital High Capacity (SDHC) memory card is a high-speed, high-capacity card designed for sustained rapid-fire picture-taking and full-motion video with SDHC-enabled digital devices. The card is speed-rated at 60x, the equivalent of a minimum sustained write speed capability of 9MB per second.
Designed for Fast-Action Photo- and Video-Taking Experience.
Maximize Your Photo- and Video-Taking Experience. Leverage the video and photo-taking abilities of your SDHC-enabled point-and-shoot digital camera or digital camcorder. With the high-capacity, high-speed performance of the Lexar Platinum II SDHC card, you take a huge number of photos in quick succession using the 'burst mode' feature of your camera, as well as fully leverage the video capabilities of your SDHC-enabled point-and-shoot digital camera. Using a Lexar Platinum II SDHC card means you can always capture that perfect moment.
One Card Does it All. The Lexar Platinum II SDHC card offers great versatility, allowing you to save and store your vacation photos and video clips from last weekend?s soccer game, as well as providing extra storage for your netbook. The versatile Lexar Platinum II SDHC card is an excellent all-in-one solution to your storage needs.
Lexar Platinum II cards are sold in Europe as Lexar Premium Series cards.
**SDHC cards are designed for use in SDHC-enabled devices and are not backwards compatible with standard SD legacy devices.
The Lexar x speed rating describes minimum write speed capability where x=150KB/sec sustained write speed.
Actual usable memory capacity may vary. 1GB equals 1 billion bytes.