Excerpt: This is a good card with the features I want. It would have been much more appreciated if the capacity had been 32GB. I use it as a backup to the card I purchased. This one came with the camera I just purchased.
Excerpt: This is my backup card. Slower writing speed effects my sports photography or any continuous shooting photography. Outside of that no issues and like SanDisk cards. I have never had one corrupt files.
Excerpt: Little is written on which UHS SD card to choose for our old Nikon D90 cameras. So I punted on this one. I shot and saved 10 raw 9.3 MB images. The time stamps went from zero to 6 min. Using images 2-10 gives me 0.80 raw images/min, or 0.185 MBytes/sec or 1.48 MBits/sec. No where close to the stated 45 MB/sec for this card or the 30 MB/sec that the D90 is supposed to be able to do. Now maybe the D90 isn't writing continuously.
Excerpt: I use this card in my backup camera even though it came bundled with a newer one. I use only Sandisk cards nowadays and this is the only Extreme I have, but it is a good, reliable and fairly quick card. I do like the fact that it is fairly cheap for the capacity you get. What I don't like about the Sandisk Extreme cards is that they are significantly slower than Extreme Pro cards.