Excerpt: If 0 was possible, I would go with that. Had disk for 2 weeks. On Saturday after shooting 300 images for an event, camera would no longer recognize disk. Insert into card reader on computer but computer says can't read because of i/o error. Call SanDisk (call center in Middle East) and they recommend a 3rd party vendor to get information off there for $225. Downloaded Stellar Photo Recovery for [$].
Cons: Can't Be Read By Camera, Can't Be Read By Computer, Capability Issues, Unreliable Performance
Excerpt: This card is not good. It came free with the purchase of my D800. I shot with it and had over 30 minutes of footage on it using five different lighting setups and it just died on me. No computer will even read the card now. Six hours of work down the drain!!!! Don't by this piece of Junk.
Excerpt: I purchased 6 of these for my recent trip to Africa on Safari. 3 of them were corrupt and I lost 1500 photos. Will never buy SanDisk again!!!! I got no warning until the very end when disk was full it said file corrupt insert another disk. I called SanDisk to ask if the data could be saved they referred me to another company that charges $300 per SD.
Excerpt: I bought this card so I could be able to shoot at higher bit rate with Magic Lantern on my Canon 60D. It always stops recording because of the buffer. My older Kodak Class 4 card would shoot at higher rate than this card. I tried Formating the card both in Quick mode and Full and still no difference.
Excerpt: Bought two of these several months back for sports shooting. Fair price, perfect capacity for my needs. I never had a card fail, ever, but one of these did. After a month of run-around from SanDisk, they sent a replacement. It however, was a 32gb CF card. Much more expensive, but useless to me. A few weeks later the other card failed. I gave up on SanDisk for this lifetime!
Excerpt: I own a Canon Rebel XS and there is no difference in speed when shooting in RAW format and it's still noticeably slower than shooting in JPEG format. Either the write speed is limited by the camera or the card isn't as fast as it claims it is. Save your money if this is what you're looking for.
Excerpt: Please don't advertise this memory card because it is not compatible to Nikon D7000. I had bad experience with this memory card I'm a first time buyer of Nikon D7000 and I bought this memory card and I thought its perfect for this camera because I saw this in your ad that this is compatible. So I returned the camera I thought it was the camera failure but it was the memory card. Please don't advertise this memory card for Nikon D7000. Thanks!
Summary: Received the 32 gb card from JM Prime through Amazon. I chose the frustration free packaging (doing what I can to help the environment). When I received it, I compared the read /write speed to a 32 gb Lexar sd card that I was looking to replace after having had and used the Lexar for about 18 months fairly often without any problem. I'm not sure how many times you can write to a sd card before it starts to wear out so I chose to replace the Lexar before it failed.
Summary: Très déçu de cette carte mémoire que j'ai changé depuis.Elle se bloquée dans seul coup et du coup impossible de me servir de mon appareil photo (nikon coolpix500 ) ni même de visionner mes photos déjà prises de mon séjour a Nîmes, donc très mécontent de cette carte.