Excerpt: Used for audio recording. Worked great for a year until recently when I started getting an error message on my recorder. It caused the recording to stop or prevented a recording from starting. The only fix was to format the card but the error comes up again after a while. I even tried a full format on the card and still no fix.
Excerpt: My boyfriend convinced me to buy this massive memory card. Sure, my new camera takes 10 mp pics, where my old one took 5 ... but in a 16-day trip across Europe, I never once had to empty this sucker. Probably could get away with a smaller one.
Summary: when i got it new and plugged it into my camera/laptop it said its full (31 gb on it). and also this sd card doesnt show up when i plug it into my computer. i have to spend time wiggling and putting pressure on it so it shows up. (only happened with this sd card not the other one i have).
Summary: At one time this was considered to be a fast card and it's still fine for point-and-shoot cameras. But if you own a more advanced camera, and it's not more than a couple of years old, it's probably compatible with any of the faster UHS-1 designated SDHC and perhaps SDXC cards. That type is much faster to record data AND to transfer data to a computer. And many are surprisingly inexpensive.