Lexar has unveiled the first ever 1TB SDXC flash memory card for cameras that will actually go on the sale for general consumer, the professional 633x. The card records data at maximum speed for the UHS-I standred 95MB/s. This should be enough for recording 4K video and long series of RAW photos.
SanDisk was actually the first company to introduce a 1TB SDXC card in this market. However that card is not commercialized that why Lexar to be the first one in the market. The 1TB card was announced during CES 2019 and joins Lexar’s other 633x SD cards. With the latest addition, the series now includes capacities at 16GB, 32GB, 64GB, 128GB, 256GB, 512GB, and 1TB.
Not surprisingly, the 1TB card doesn’t come cheap. Lexar lists the price at $499, though B&H has it available to order for $399.99, which is still $100 more than buying two 512GB SD cards.