Summary: I've got an Eye-Fi Pro X2 8GB Class 6 card I bought some months ago, but I needed a Class 10 card for my other camera, so I thought I'd save a little money and try the Transcend. Here are my observations after testing for a couple hours... The Deal Breaker: This may be a small issue to some, but when I review my images I want to see the EXIF data captured with the image: Make FUJIFILM Model X-E1 Aperture 4.5 Exposure Time 1/500 (0.002 sec) Focal Length 40.7 mm Flash Off,...
Summary: I was excited to see this card announced and that it was compatible with the Nikon D800. I've heard that the eye-fi version is mostly unusable due to its speed, and I had hoped that this card would be the practical solution to using my iPad in the studio to let my clients see shots as they are taken.
Excerpt: I got this memory card from Cameta Camera as part of a kit with an EOS Rebel T3i camera. The card works fine for photos, but is not fast enough to store video when shooting with the Rebel T3i. <br /><br />On the page advertising the kit, this card was advertised as being able to store video - giving one the assumption that it should work fine with this camera.
Excerpt: 16gb � byte) storage, no corruption problems but. 16MB/s read speed. This device does not execute at the claimed 10MB/s compose speed. Even with bulk, linear transfers, write speed caps at about two.5-3MB/s, which is slower then my previous older, smaller sized, lower (class 6) rated card from a unique manufacturer.
Excerpt: Apparent size/cost value There is some thing 'rattling' in the card. I didn't notice it at very first - only immediately after the problems I ran into.My T2i often develops some 'error' while recording in film mode - 720p or 1080p. I bought this to use in my T2i and it seems fine for photos in jpeg or RAW - but I haven't accomplished substantially significant burst-photo sessions. The principal challenge is recording video.
Excerpt: Cards function effectively in SD mode (cameras, and other consumer electronic devices). Cards do not adhere to the SDHC spec when it comes to operating them in SPI mode. We've ordered Transcend cards in the past that worked just fine, but this certain batch of 9 cards did not function correctly. Block writes did not start out at the address specified. Look elsewhere if you're making use of these cards in SPI mode as storage for say, a PIC microcontroller.
Schnell aber von Werk aus erstmal nicht benutzbar.
Björn Biege, Amazon
2 weeks ago
Summary: Die Karte ist sicher eine der schnellsten. Aber beinahe hätte ich sie zurück geschickt. Ich habe sie bekommen und konnte sie weder formatieren noch sonst etwas damit machen. Angeblich keine Schreibrechte. Der Schreibschutz war nicht an der karte aktiviert. Hatte erst meinen Reader im verdacht und habe mir dann extra einen zusätzlichen Externen gekauft. Das brachte aber auch nicht. Zudem waren dort recht ominöse Dateinen auf der Karte.