Best SD Card for D750 which is a little disappointing.
Michael B, B&H Photo
21 July 2015
Excerpt: After spending a lot of time reading various reviews, benchmarks, and forum recommendations from users, I came to the conclusion that these cards were the fastest for the D750. Yes there are faster cards out there but they do not perform as well in the D750.
Excerpt: This card is fast and holds a lot of photos but I was not able to insert it into my card reader and download the photos to my PC. Not sure what the issue was but will be trying a new card reader as mine is very old.
Excerpt: Plugged the chip into my new Sony CX-405 camcorder and worked perfectly. Same thing with plugging in my Surface tablet. Works great with my USB 3 adapter to playback pictures and video on my PC and TV. Just plug it in an go. Also has excellent speed.
Pros: Easy To Use, Great Value, Large Capacity, Reliable Performance, Writes/Reads fast
Excerpt: Wanted additional memory cards for my Pentax K20D. Good to know the cards have a large capacity not to have to worry about overloading the memory. They were difficult to format, one just couldn't be formatted. Eventually able to format one and it seems to work well.
Pros: Large Capacity, Writes/Reads fast
Cons: Capability Issues, Difficult To Format, Unreliable Performance
Excerpt: I got this card for my BMPCC. I had a PNY with the same specs but the camera would not recognize the card so I decided to just go with this card SanDisk as recommended by black Magic. After formatting the card in exFat (VERY IMPORTANT) the camera recognized the card with no problem.