Excerpt: This came free with my Nikon D750, but why bother? I upgraded to the Sandisk Extreme Pro that is double the write and read speeds. This would be fine for stationary or single shot photos, this will struggle for continuous shots and fill up the camera buffer faster.
Excerpt: I purchased this card for my Nikon d3200. For some reason the camera has issues writing to this card. I do not have this issue with other Sandisk products. The camera will freeze when it should be writing to the card and if I try to view the image, I get a measage the image is not available.
Excerpt: this sd card is a throwaway. too slow of a card. it's at least good enough to get you started i guess. can't comment on it's performance because i refuse to use it on anything important, but it worked at least.
Excerpt: There is nothing wrong with the cards as a product. I have one and it seems to work fine. The only thing that I would like to point out is that the single card package of this card costs $44.95.
Summary: Why pay a premium for the "Extreme" rating and the Class 10 designation if it won't perform in all devices at the highest settings? (In my case, none of them.) The Adata Turbo cards work flawlessly in the aforementioned equipment, by the way.
Pros: Good price, shiny label.
Cons: This will not work in my Canon G11 camera at all. It displays an error message and won't allow proceeding. It won't shoot at the two highest settings on my Canon HF11 HD camcorder. My GoPro Hero2 won't allow operation at the fastest speeds. I'll use it for storage, I guess.