Summary: I was able to recover the last batch of pictures using some file recovery utilities but at an additional cost. Should have used theses apps the first time also.
Pros: Cheap and worked well with my D5100 for RAW pics and videos... for 11 months.
Cons: Unreliable after 11 months. During my last 2 transfers, the card became unreadable in the middle of the transfers; and I lost all the files that did not have time to be moved. My transfer process is the same (moving file from SDHC to PC via card reader) for the last 11 months. Laptop, PC and DSLR...
Summary: I am going to see if I can get a new card sent out to me and hopefully it wont have the problem.
Pros: When it works its fine and is pretty fast.
Cons: Looses Files I have to use CardRecovery every time I need to get Pictures off of the Memory card. I went to spain, Israel, Morrocco and lost a ton of pictures the good news is that the card Recovery recovered pretty much all of them its just real annoying.
Cons: I bought this card to capture moments on our recent cruise to the Bahamas. I took about 100 pictures of our brief stay on the island on this card to add to about the same number I had taken the night before aboard the cruise ship. That evening we returned to the ship to depart the islands and I w...
Summary: I've used many different cards. This is the only card that lost all my footage, and it did it twice in one week! the first time it happened I thought it was an issue with the card reader I was using. I never thought it could be the SD card.
Cons: Lost all my files!!! (it also runs out of buffer at times which is odd for a class 10)
Summary: I bought a pair of these for a Nikon D7000 16mp early this year. Currently my shutter count is over 4100 photos mostly stored on the Centon. On a few shoots I used a PNY. I rarely use more than 4gb before uploading and erasing. I shoot in RAW format so the card will hold over 900 photos.
Pros: works - speed? it ain't slow. The warranty was honored without too many questions. I said it didn't work all the time, they sent a new one. 32gb is a lot of photographs.
Cons: Twice the card gave my camera a write error. The D7000 has two slots so all I needed to do is pull the offending card and use the secondary. The failure came at near 300 photos. I missed a couple of pictures. But the previous pictures remained intact. An email to Centon quickly gave me a return #...
Pros: I was using it with my Cannon SD 1400IS point and shoot during a recent trip to Europe. In all conditions and at all quality settings I found this card worked flawlessly and FAST! No complaints at all very pleased with this buy.
Summary: PLEASE, IF EVEN ONE PERSON LEARNS FROM MY MISTAKES -- PAY A FEW EXTRA DOLLARS AND GET A GOOD NAME BRAND! I normally don't like it when people rate a product 1 star only because they got a defect rather than reviewing the actual product, but for a commodity like an SD card, its speed and reliability...
Pros: Cheap price; Class 10 speed rating
Cons: I bought this for my brand new Canon ELPH 300HS because it was the cheapest 32GB Class 10 card, and I've never had a problem using other off-brands. I low-level formatted it in my camera and took about 50 test shots and videos and seemed to work fine. Then I took it on vacation and took about 500...