Summary: It's 2014, and we still can't trust things like memory cards.
Pros: Storage space for more obvious reasons. I read nearly ALL the reviews on this site for this card before I bought it, and I felt comfortable making this decision based on the positive reviews I read.
Cons: After only one month of usage, I woke up with an error on my Samsung Galaxy Note 3 saying the SD Card was empty or had a wrong file system type. The card can not be read by any recovery software I've downloaded, or even by my computer alone. At this point, I seem to have lost tons of photos and v...
Summary: Several months ago, I wrote a review stating that I rated this was an impeccable product. That sentiment has since changed. I indeed did purchase two of these. I have found that they are prone to failure and are significantly flawed devices.
Pros: High Capacity Fast real-world performance speeds Comes pre-formatted out the box in exFAT format which avoids the file-size limitation of FAT32 and offers maximum compatibility with most operating systems and devices.
Cons: Poor manufacturing process Prone to file system corruption requiring reformat Prone to complete device failure.
Summary: Not sure if this is a phone/OS thing or a thing w/ this card, to be honest.
Pros: Excellent price, tons of space
Cons: WP8 supposedly supports this SD format, but when I tried to take lots of pictures in succession or take a 1min+ 1080p video, the camera would lock up and the card would wind up corrupted. I'd have to put it in a Windows PC, "repair" the disk, then put it back in the phone. I tried a (very) old 2g...
Summary: I got it on sale, and at the sale price, it was a pretty good deal. Full price, it wouldn't be that great a value. Make sure your device supports SDXC cards and, preferably, ExFAT. Card comes in ExFAT format, but you can reformat it as FAT32 if your device doesn't support ExFAT.
Pros: 64GB, "ultra" class card, exceeds class 10 speeds I use this for action shooting with my Nikon D5100, and the high speed of the card keeps the camera ready for continuous-mode shots. High capacity means I never have to worry about running out of space, and I can pop it in the camcorder for extend...
Cons: Adapter did not work, either with this card or any others I happened to have. The actual micro SD card physically seems to be a little bigger than standard or maybe just has a rough edge, and it's hard to get it in and out of most card slots. It jammed in my card reader and I had to pry it out. S...
Summary: not sure of reliability as yet but no problems on that for the first week. In my transfer test I transferred a 300mb file on to the card. It varied in speeds from 4.5mb to 6.3mb but no better then that.
Pros: it works
Cons: slow compared to advertised speed. I have class 4's faster than this. Because of the advancement in tech this product is a bad rep for the newer XC's coming to say they are not a fast. This also does not work in most hardware because of the newer tech it is.
Excerpt: Needed a card that was fast and had plenty of space for raw photos. I've only used it a couple times for time-lapse and it keeps up with my 60D doing long exposures. However, when I import into LR4, only imports a few photos from the card and I get a message that some of the photos could not be...
Summary: Using with Nikon D7000 , it hanged after 3-4 cont shot in RAW. It is 300X as written on box , which you will get in Half price. Transcend 300x SDHC 32 GB Class 10: Memory Card , Just costing 1000 , gives same write speed.
Summary: I bought one of these for my z10 and everything was great. then I noticed I was getting five hours of standby time. I never associated the two, but then one day my phone's battery died after a few hours and the phone never turned on again.