Reviews and Problems with Transcend CompactFlash 400x 64GB
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Good quality CF cards
MorrisonVP, B&H Photo
26 May 2015
Excerpt: I have a total of 10 Transcend CF cards for my two professional cameras. Overall, I've been happy with their performance and reliability. As a professional videographer, I've used them a lot over the past 3 years.
Two Cards died within the course of a week--never again
Aeronewsnet, B&H Photo
25 April 2015
Excerpt: My news crew just had to eat and reshoot a half dozen news pieces due to the failure of TWO Transcend 64GB 400X cards within the space of a week. Saving a few bucks just isn't worth the risk. Never again...
Excerpt: I bought 2, because of the price. After about 1 year of using it on my D800 and lately on the D810, they stopped working. I can shoot about 50 photos, and then the camera can't write on the card anymore and displays an error message. The photos already shot are usable though.
Excerpt: Use this in my Sony HVR-MRC1 to capture video digitally with an older Sony HVR-V1U HDV tape based camera. I get great storage capacity with this however, this is my second one - replacing the first one due to failure after only a few uses.
Excerpt: I have a Sony Z7U video camera. It's an older camera but when I bought it the industry was moving between tape and cards. Today shooting on tape is really not called for. The Z7U is still a great camera but only has an external card recorder with one slot.
Excerpt: I have been using this card with Nikon D800 for 3 month and it does the job, but every 50-100 shots my D800 "freezes" while writing onto the card for 15-30 seconds. You can take more pictures while the camera is busy writing, but you can't review them until it finishes and that is very annoying.
Excerpt: I use this for DSLR video on a 7D. I have several transcend cards of various sizes and have never had a problem with any of them. I mostly shoot corporate video. It's nice to have a couple of these 64GB if you are shooting a ton of video in a day.