Excerpt: Got this as a freebie with a Nikon D750. This lens is way to slow for this camera. Gave it to my wife for her poitn & shoot camera.Never have had a SanDisk memory card fail. Both Lexar and SanDisk are great memory cards in any environment.Yes it is movie compliant but the read and write speeds are slow for a DSLR. DSLR's should use the Extreme Pro memory cards.Good card in the right application.
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 along with my Nikon d800. At times there seems to be delayed writing. I am assuming it is the card and not the camera. When press the shutter, randomly, it may take up to about a half a minute to write and then display on the viewfinder. This causes me to miss some shots waiting for it to write. This is probably fine for cameras with smaller file sizes than the d800.