Pros: I had a Canon Power Shot camera before that I loved. I learned the hard way how important a good flash card is. The previous flash card slowed my camera shots way down. This time I went for the Professional Flash Card. 240 pictures, continuous rapid motion shots. I am very happy with this Flash Card.
Excerpt: I capture sports video. My test of my new 4K camera used the 128GB SDXC 400x memory card. The card allowed me to capture over two hours of video from my new FDR-AX100 without a glitch with plenty of space left. In fact, I could have used the card for an additional shoot if needed. Download was quick and easy with a reader or direct from the camera to my HP computer.
Pros: Easy To Use, Large Capacity, Writes/Reads fast
Excerpt: I've been using this for over a year now without any issues. I routinely shoot H.264 2k HD video and often fill more than half the card. The last 1/4 of the capacity has rarely been tested but I have no reason to be worried. A good reliable card, fast enough for my camera, and nice and fast downloads when used in my computers built in SD slot. If I were shopping today I'd be including similar newer Lexar cards in the search.
Pros: Large Capacity, Reliable Performance, Writes/Reads fast
Excerpt: Read speed is 60mb/s minimum, I get most of the time 80+mb/s in a usb3 cardreader and the best is the write speed that they say it is 20mb/s but it's about 45mb/s !!! Great for cameras with high bitrates in videos.
Excerpt: I have had this card for for some months now. I use it in my Nikon D800e camera. Today I noticed when inserting it into the card reader that the little plastic separators on the connector side of the card where starting to brake up. Luckely I noticed it before inserting the card into the camera. Could have caused some problems there. What I did was to apply Superglue to the plastic separators end and fix them that way to the plastic casing of the card.
Pros: Easy To Use, Great Value, Large Capacity, Writes/Reads fast