Excerpt: I shoot in HDR mode and do omnidirectional panoramas. I shoot with the Sony A7r which has a 36mp sensor and the combination of HDR in RAW format and Omnis was causing delays in my ability to shoot with a rather fast SanDisk card that has a read rate of 95mb/sec. I didn't know for certain if the delay was a problem with too slow a card or due to the buffer in my camera filling up. This Pro SDHC UHSII card reads at 280mb/sec and it took care of the problem.
Pros: Easy To Use, Great Value, Large Capacity, Reliable Performance, Writes/Reads fast
Excerpt: Didn't see very much improvement in write-speed in tests using two different DSLRs (probably because of camera age). But read-speed to a younger MacBook Pro was markedly faster. Now I'll be ready for upgrade to a more advanced camera with larger buffer. Going to compare to a 98mb/s card to test speed.
Excerpt: I'm shooting gigapans with the gigapan motorized head. The Fuji can shoot 3 raw shoots one stop apart on a single click. The card processes these 3 images quickly and requires only a 6 secong delay before moving the pan head. I tried that 6 sec delay with a USC-1 card but it missed some shots because provessing was not finished. (You can increase the delay.) I haven't tried HD video yet but should be very good.
Pros: Easy To Use, Large Capacity, Reliable Performance, Writes/Reads fast
Excerpt: No glitches or loss of quality. Best card I've had in 4 years. When your shooting at high nitrates for either 4K or high frame rate 1080, a high bit rate card pretty much ensures no loss. Definitely recomendable.