Excerpt: I first used the cards to shoot a sporting event in continuous mode with long bursts. I was pleased with the write speed because I never had to wait for the camera to finish writing before I shot the next burst. When it came to downloading the files to my computer the process was very fast. Considering the capacity of the card and the write speed, it is a great value. Am I satisfied customer? I just ordered two more cards!
Excerpt: SD cards have gotten so fast and so inexpensive, I finally decided to upgrade from 32 MB class six to thse 64GB class 10 cards. I use one in a Canon XA20 camcorder and the other in my Canon 70D DSLR (for when I shoot video with it). The extra space proved invaluable on a recent week-long shoot in California. We never had to worry about hitting the end of the cards during a critical shot.
Excerpt: I bought this for my Sony A77II camera after dealing with two slower speed cards. Much to surprise the card was able to handle burst shots without pause . I shot two burst of 26 shots and at the end of each burst the card was immediately ready for more shots.
Excerpt: I have a Canon EOS 70D and it helps very quickly clear the camera's buffer when I shoot high speed bursts much faster than older slower style cards. I also like the offer of down loadable recovery software from Lexar.
Excerpt: I purchased this card to use in a MacBook Pro as additional storage. After one week of use, the card would no longer be recognized after insertion. I tried the card on a PC and would not work there, either.