Summary: For my Nikon D7000, thought I'd try one of these Sony's, as an alternative to my usual Sandisks and Lexars.I was not disappointed - a well made card, stamped 'Made In Taiwan' and I quickly and reliably filled up the card with a mixture of quick bursts and long exposures, all RAW + jpegs. My docking of a star is due to the slower write speed to that of the stated read speed. Nowhere could I find Sony stating what it actually was, not on their website, nowhere.
Summary: I was not able to record HD and above quality video on DSLR because of low class SD memories. This is class 10 SD card and I could record HD above quality video on my DSLR very smoothly without any interference. Transferring files over the computer from this SD card is very fast. I've not done any benchmark test, since I am getting what I was looking for. I received the delivery of this memory in less than 24 hours.
Summary: Most of us tend to overlook the finer print while buying a lot of products and so did I. I was looking for a class 10 card with a write speed of 95 mb/s for my Canon 60D. The local dealer pushed me into buying this instead of Sony and it was only later that I realised that the write speed was just 45 mb/s. The 95 mb/s that Sony proclaims is the read speed. Even at 45 mb/s, this is much slower than the similar speed that Sandisk Extreme offers.