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Two 256GB Lexar CFast™ 2.0 memory cards
Up for grabs is my Lexar 3400x and 3500x CFast™ 2.0 memory cards.
Both work great, and they carry a limited lifetime warranty through Lexar if one ever finks out on you. I used these with the 1dx II and the Canon XC10 and they performed flawlessly.
Bidding starts at $200 with no reserve and free shipping. Those 800 megabit 4k60 files from the 1dx II sure eat through these cards quickly!
Links to the auctions:
Robber Boys - Canon 5d mark IV testing
My first time playing around with a Canon 5d mark IV. Had the a6300 shooting behind the scenes:
Couple of things I learned:
1. Ewww, how did my jpeg become so ugly in the youtube cover view.
2. DPAF works great, but you may need to fiddle in the menus to stop it from seeking new focus after a face disappears (fast moving action isn't the best use for DPAF). Forwards / backwards moving objects + dpaf is awesome.
3. I was surprised by how much fun taking photos with it was. 7 fps (eventhough it's just one more than the 5d III) seems to increase responsiveness alot.
4. I'm still gonna stick with the 5dmarkIII + RAW video. 4k isn't really that interesting to me. Atleast not yet.