Excerpt: Works well, although at 400X it still bottlenecks the D800E when shooting at 4fps (shooting RAW only or JPEG only enables faster performance, as even having the JPEG's going to an SDHC card will still slow write speed), as the D800 series can handle up to UDMA 7.
Excerpt: I bought this to work with my D800 and it seems to be fine. I have used other Transcend cards in my D700 for a while and have never had an issue with them. I'd love to be able to have the fastest, highest priced cards but that isn't always an option.
Excerpt: The cards worked great on the 5D Mark II and the 7D, but we also use some Nikon d200s and the cards would not work on them, they through an error saying card is full even after formatting the card. Not sure why this is, but the d200 is an older camera body.
Excerpt: Works perfect on video camera canon XF100, Canon recommends faster cards but this is sufficient: 90MB / read & 60 MB / writte. Goog value for the price. I tested HD 1080 30p 4: 2: 2 50MB/s no problems.
Excerpt: I have never had issues with Transcend cards before and these are fantastic, reliable cards. They also work in my new Canon C300 fine in 1080P 24p, 30p, slow motion 30fps, 720/60p, and so on. But they do NOT work for slow motion 60fps (2.5x slow).
Excerpt: Have only been using it for a week but so far has preformed just as good as my SanDisk Extreme cards. I bought the 64gb card for long (6-12hr) timelapse shoots but I also shoot a lot of video and having a 64 gig card is very helpful.
Excerpt: Purchased this for my FS-H200PRO video recording device. It works just fine. So far, the Transcend 64 GB Compact Flash memory card is able to hold 4+ hours of DV footage without issues. No corrupt files; no problems transferring the video file from the FS-H200Pro to my computer for editing.