Excerpt: Just insert the card on my new Olympus E-M1 that gives me "error" and do not work.Not only, They declare 64 gb, but if you check in the properties you discover only 27,9 gb.Not good for [$]....What can I do now ?
Cons: Capability Issues, Small Capacity, Unreliable Performance
Excerpt: Bought this SanDisk Ultra 64 GB microSD card to use in a GoPro Hero3. The card stopped working, or broke, in only 2 months and only after a couple times of use. While I was using the GoPro camera, suddenly the camera says "NO SD." I removed and replaced the card, powered down and powered up, everything, and still "NO SD." As a test, I put the SD card, using its regular-size adapter, in a digital camera. The camera would not work.
Excerpt: Card was working ok for nearly a month, then I started noticing curruption, so I put it in my pc to back up files and died somewhere in the copy proccess lucklily I got most of my importaint data off, now the card only reports 32mb in fdisk (linux, android), its completely un readable in windows no format dialog or anything and not even showing in Computer Management.
Pros: Large Capacity, Warranty Hopefully
Cons: Died 1 Month In, Slow - 8-9 Mbs Write, Unreliable Performance, Writes/reads slow
Excerpt: Sandisk cards are not compatible with Samsung Galaxy phones over the long term. After a couple of months, my 32gb card became corrupted and I lost ALL the data on the card. I went online to investigate and found that this is a common problem between Sandisk products and Galaxys (I have an S3). My PC also said the card was unreadable—so now it's in the garbage.