Excerpt: Great memory card for vacations and any other event where having enough memory will save the day. Several years ago I was on vacation and kept running out of memory for my Nikon camera so I was lucky I had brought my laptop computer to download each day's photos.
Excerpt: I was using 60 MB/S SD cards and would occasionally max out the buffer on my XT-1. Haven'y had that problem with this new card. It's a little pricey but I think it will be the new standard soon. I have always used Sandisk and never had an issue - why mess with a good thing?
Pros: Large Capacity, Reliable Performance, Writes/Reads fast
Excerpt: I was looking to improve on the continuous exposure frames per second on my Nikon D7100. After the buffer is full (~6 frames shooting RAW) the camera has to write to the card as it shoots. I have been using SanDisk Extreme 16GB 45MB/s (sdhc 1 class 10) and getting about 44MB/s.
Beware: 280 MB/s only achievable with a UHS-II reader
RyanS, B&H Photo
13 May 2015
Excerpt: This card has additional contacts on the back which are not used by my GH4 camera but are used by a UHS-II reader to obtain the rated performance. First, if you have a GH4, the requirement is 200 Mbps which is only 25 MB/s. Even a UHS-I card should be sufficient.
Pros: Durable, Fast Computer Interface, Lightweight, Reliable
Cons: Poor Value For Camera Use, Requires Reader For Perf