Excerpt: It is a good card for slower shooting and video. The card locks up after the 4th or 5th picture on continuous shooting. Seems to to be allright in the all around picture of things. I have a Nikon D5100.
Excerpt: This card can hold over 400 RAW images from my Canon 1Ds MkII, which is nice for the low price tag. It works fine if I am shooting macros or other shots where speed is not an issue. If you need a card with super-fast write speeds though, this isn't it. After a 10 shot burst with my 1Ds, I am slowed to a crawl waiting for the camera buffer to empty onto the card. This is not good when I'm shooting a rapidly changing scene.
Summary: Although the Transcend 16GB SDHC card was recognized and is in use in my Cannon Rebel digital, it is not recogized by several different card readers that are attached to my Windows 7, 8GB - 6 core AMD desktop PC.
Excerpt: On 12-08-2010 I gave this card a great review, however, since that time, I have had some issues with it when recording videos. It will stop recoding when it has a buffer problem. If you only want this card for Raw images, then all is well, but if you intend to use if for video, then think twice and consider the Sandisk extreme or Extreme pro cards. cost more? sure. give better service? you bet! the sandisk cards will allow you get and view what you shot.
Pros: A good choice for images, Easy To Use
Cons: Capability Issues, Poor value for video, Unreliable Performance