Reviews and Problems with SanDisk SDHC Extreme Pro Series
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UHS-II is not for BMPCC
kbj, B&H Photo
21 August 2014
Excerpt: I rated the product as 4, because I'm sure its fine. However, the UHS-II standard, although backward compatible with UHS-I does NOT give as high a speed as the sandisk UHS-I 95MBps card.So, in my case that means it did not work with the Black Magic Pocket Cinema Camera. I should have known in advance, but did not, so I'm writing this to help anyone else who might be about to make the same mistake. B&H was good enough to accept the return.
Excerpt: I use this card with my GH4 for 4K video recording. UHD and DCI. It is by far the fastest, most reliable card I've worked with. No card speed errors to date from the GH4. It is an expensive card. But when you're on a shoot and you miss a take because the camera stops recording displaying something like, "write speed exceeds SD card capabilities"... how much did missing that shot cost?
Excerpt: I use this card with my Lumix GH4 4K camera. Bought this as a back up the the 64GB version of the same card. Works flawlessly, super fast and can handle 4K 100Mbs and 1080p 200Mb/s write speeds fine. The only downside is 4K footage will completely fill this card in about 40 minutes. At 1080p 200Mb/s recording you've only got about 20 minutes.
Excerpt: Memory Cards used in 24MP camera. They have way more speed and capacity than I am using. Purchased to guarantee I would not run out of memory in the camera during normal shooting, and to experiment with burst shooting and video in the future.<br />I have never had a SanDisk Card fail when used in a camera.