Excerpt: This was betwen the 60MB/s and 160MB/s cards offered so thought this would be a tad faster. 5D-III bangs off about same as the 60 MB/s 8, 16 and 32 sized cards I have. Buffer on the 5D-III flushed about same as the slower cards. I didn't detect an obvious difference in watching the frame counter go from 0-13. <br /><br />Over USB 2.0 the card had a sustained read of a snailish 17 MB/s for 288 full sized raw (26meg) images.
Excerpt: I bought this card initially for my Nikon D4. Unfortunately IT WOULD NOT WORK WITH IT, the D4 just gives me an "Err" message and does not want to read that specific card. On the D800 however no problems. I am not sure why Nikon has different software in 2 current professional camera but I suspect the issue could potentially be fixed by a firmware upgrade on the D4... at least I hope.
Excerpt: I purchased two of these cards to use with my Nikon D700 digital camera. One of the cards works fine with my camera, pc, and mac. The second card was dead on arrival and would not work in my camera, pc, or mac. I'm a little disappointed that a premium, name-brand card would be dead on arrival.[...
Excerpt: This 8GB stopped working within one year of pro-use. Have also had two other 4GB ones corrupt in similar length of time. Always trusted Sandisk since reading a review about them years ago, but have also used Lexar, which have not stopped working in ten years, so I'm thinking of changing over to Lexmark now totally.