D500 Problem Lexar 128 GB 1000x

Started Apr 24, 2016 | Discussions thread
Bill Dewey Veteran Member • Posts: 7,911
Re: My recommendation whereever I see issues like this ....

Andre Yew wrote:

That's when I see mine: on image review after less than 10 shots. My D500 has also crashed once with the Lexar card --- I had to remove the battery to bring back the camera. I'm not sure if that's related.

Meanwhile I've shot a couple hundred on a Sandisk 95MB/sec Extreme Pro card with no problems with the usual amount chimping. The Sandisk is not UHS-II though, while the 1000x Lexar has the 2nd set of contacts for UHS-II. Maybe it's a UHS-II issue?

After you see this occur on review, can you continue to shoot to the card?  If so do all the reviews attempts from that point fail?  If you can still write to the card, are all files intact when you transfer to your pc?

This is all great info, I have net heard of anyone where the camera "hung up" other than your one instance.

UHS-II is fairly new, so that could always cause an issue with newer card/newer camera combinations.

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