Many of the Sony and Lexar XQD memory cards are now back in stock

Many of the XQD memory cards are now back in stock (the 128 GB version is still not available in all stores). Check the pricing and availability at B&HAdorama and Amazon (B&H will be closing tomorrow for Passover and if you are expecting to get your D5/D500 in the next few days, it's a good idea to order now).

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  • whisky

    i already stocked up on XQD cards — and good thing too because i noticed Adorama has just charged my debit card for the D500. 😀

    • BoatyMcBoatface

      How long ago did you pre-order the D500?

      • whisky

        same day it was announced.

        • BoatyMcBoatface

          Thanks. Fingers crossed my ships before Adorama shuts down for the week. (Ordered early March.)

          • T.I.M

            shuts down for the week ?

            • BoatyMcBoatface

              Adorama and B&H will be shut down for the observance of Passover from April 22 at 1:00PM – May 1 at 9:30 AM.

              Not sure if this affects shipping or not. (I’m guessing it does)

  • chip

    Were all the first round of cards taken by NPS members, LOL. The masses of enthusiast all got cards but no Camera to shoot that deep buffer at 10FPS raw+JPG….

    • Clifford Martin

      You can use the second generation XQD cards with the Nikon D4S and get increased speeds over the first generation cards. There should be plenty of D4S cameras to go around, since many of us NPS members are selling ours after we took delivery of the D5.

  • HKer

    Hi folks, I have the XQD G series 400MB/s, can’t find any info if the Lexar 2933x can be used in the G series card reader without any slow down or noticeable slow down in download/upload speeds. Should also be noted the G series comes with card reader whilst the Lexar 2933x doesn’t I think, so beware when you check out the above prices.

    • Clifford Martin

      I use the Lexar 2933x 64GB cards in the XQD reader that came with my Sony G series 32GB cards and have no problem with reading or speed.

      • HKer

        thanks Clifford, appreciated.

    • Allen_Wentz

      I am hoping for a good-quality XQD+SDXC card reader for field usage to be announced.

  • mannequindisplay

    I know the 128GB not in stock as I was shopping on B&H as the best place to buy memory if you living in Canada as the stores here RAPE you over prices as I bought a Sony 64GB G series as I got it taxes all all $167 Canadian duty paid for by B&H as that same card retails for $440 Canadian and don’t even think Amazon Canada are they will rape you more. The 64GB will do me fine for now as my new camera comes with a 32gb XQD card and when they come in stock I will get a few 128GB cards

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