Excerpt: I purchased an older model Canon EOS which came with the Kingston memory card. When I needed a new card I chose the Kinston 8GB. At first all I could get was an "ERR Cf" message. Here's a hint. Consult the manual! I found that the cards needed to be formatted. Called up the menu.
Excerpt: I've used these for years with my old Nikon D200 and the Kingston cards have always served me well. Price is right, and with this older camera, speed isn't an issue. The speed on this card is about what my camera can do.
Excerpt: It was quite difficult in comparison to most cards to find the read and write speed of this card. In my D200 this card will hold nearly 500 raw files. It is very usable in most situations. I can not recommend the use of this card for doing time lapse photography with shots taken in quick succession.
Excerpt: I use this an other Kingston cards in Olympus E520 and E600 cameras. In older cameras without video I don't need the latest, fastest class of card, so Kingston offers a great choice for me and my budget.