Excerpt: Class 4 was what I got with the Nikon camera bundle.I expected class 10 card for fast writing video or continuous still shoot.Its ok for backups. Fortunately I got some spare 32GB Class 10 x200 SDHCs for $15 each form Adorama.
Excerpt: Best thing is it came as part of the package. Unfortunately, it is slow. I want to shoot in RAW+JPEG, but I cannot take pictures quickly before it slows to write. If I just want JPEG, and am shooting single shots, then it is fine.No real complaint, as it was free, but will primarily use as a backup.
Summary: Fantastic. Video is another story though.
Pros: Great for photo's on most likely any camera.
Cons: Again, I say photo's. I own a Canon T2i, and was buying 2 of these bad boys for a little more storage. Everytime I would try and record something with it, It would work for 5-10 seconds and say, "Video Was Automatically Stopped." I kept trying and try and finally look to see what class it was. An...
Excerpt: I bought this memory card for my new Canon T3i, which takes HD videos. Unfortunately the writing spead of Class 4 is too slow, so my camera can't take more than 10 seconds of video when using this memory card. If you're looking to take just photos, then the card is great.
Pros: Easy To Use, Great Value, Large Capacity
Cons: Can't use for videos, Capability Issues, Slow writing speed, Writes/reads slow
Summary: Purchased this to be used as a storage device on a router. The access and write speeds were so horrible, I had to resort to other methods. Other then that, it does what it needs to, store data. Would probably not advise in time-critical situations.
Summary: I love how kingston stands behind there memory products for at least 5 years. I replaced my first 16gb flash drive from them not too long ago also. The SD card worked great in a variety of cameras and devices(canon sd1400, Nikon D60, boot drive for netbook, etc..
Pros: Good amount of space for what you pay. Superb warranty(you'll probably need it!)
Cons: Device eventually fails(I bought it back April 27 2010). So I got over a year with it, and it was well used!) Transfer speeds are a little lackluster
Summary: I have used other Kingston cards in my camcorder before without any problems. This one however just isnt right. It takes 5-10 sec. for record light to come on and then when finished and stop is pressed the camera takes 15 seconds to return. Other cards this operation is instant.