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Pros: price, quality, class 10,adapter included, speed
Cons: nothing at all, passed all tests.
Other Thoughts: I like most have a bunch of these and some are better than others as far as speed, quality of filming (yes it does make a difference) and this one is 3 out of 13 that works flawlessly across all my platforms including DSLR 1080p recording.
Yes if you use the right file size it actually transfers at speed it's rated at and it's fast on all other size files.
For me the real test after doing transfers is how it performs in tablets for playing movies, running programs and then to my DSLR test on my Canon T2i ( never have done software upgrade).
On laptops, it can even run games from it w/o getting too hot but of course a lot longer load times vs the hd.
tablets it plays movies w/o hesitation
to the DSLR, on many class 10 cards (as they claim) the pictures may be good but the Video has imperfections and will actually stop recording and you have to turn it off and back on to get it to work and if you let it go to sleep and then try to wake it up the card fails to video.
This works flawlessly and the video as no flaws other than my skill plus add to that I could run video all times and never hesitated, only 2 others have done so well and many I have tested that claim to be class 10 don't come close to meeting all standards.
I could upgrade the firmware on the camera but then sure they wouldn't stop running but I wouldn't know until editing about the quality so I choose to leave it alone and only use cards that pass the test.
The other positive is that being a micro I can use it in anything I choose and use adapter to use it in full size SDHC devices.
This is actually the best card I have now and runs smooth.
It is a good buy
Pros: Light and motion sensor, stays charging, lifts right out for portable use, auto power out turn on
Other Thoughts: This light is bright and as stated in positives it senses motion and comes on for about 15 seconds, when daylight comes it stays off and if you lift it out it turns on immediately . has small button on side to turn it on /off torch yada yada
(other reviewer that sent it back should read instructions).
Wife was upset that she had unplugged it and it just stayed on...hahahaha powerloss feature and she didn't know there was small button either.
This is w/o a doubt the best light of this type I have ever had.
This review is from: Optoma HD37 1920 x 1080 2600 lumens DLP Projector 20,000:1
Pros: Quiet, Color saturation, background color, lens shift , large body with plenty of fans running quiet to keep it cool
Cons: None really at this price point
Other Thoughts: I have installed and used many projection systems in my years as I started outfitting bars and homes back in the 80's and this is one of those at the $1000.00 price range that I never have complaints on.
I use one in my own home, You can choose your background color ( very good for using on wall)and if you choose to use it on a shelf behind you as I do or anywhere it has lens shift to where you can manually adjust it up and down to get square which is different than internal like keystone which causes an oblong picture. Just in my home I have a 14 foot diagonal picture used on the wall and the picture is almost as smooth as my 59" 4k t.v..
a standard ceiling bracket works well on these for easy installation
This projector competes with others priced 3-500 more.