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Pros: I have two of these. One I use in my Canon EOS Rebel SL1 8575B003 Black 18.0 MP the other in my tablet. The best read speeds I’ve been able to get out of it are 2.8GB/min. That was using a USB3 PCIE adaptor but I have an old computer so if you have a computer with USB 3.0 on it and you have a USB 3.0 card reader you may see faster speeds. Using USB 2.0 the best speed was 1.4GB/min Not that the USB dongle that comes with this is USB 2.0. Unfortunately the write speed is much slower, somewhere around 4min per GB. But if you are using this with a camera it is fast enough for the camera and transferring the files off is supper fast.
Cons: Wright speeds are a bit slow.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Came free with camera. Its fine, for a backup card but I use a SanDisk Extreme 64GB microSD 64G Extended Capacity microSDXC Class 10 UHS-I as a primary card.
Cons: It’s relatively small and slow but fine for a backupREAD FULL REVIEW
Pros: I purchased this to shoot interviews and green screen movies in HD, i.e. not a lot of movement and fixed focal length. It’s light, as far as DSLR’s go and the focus motors are dead quiet. One thing I did not know when getting this is that it does not have a motorized zoom i.e. you have to twist the adjustment on the lens. The auxiliary audio input works great. I am using it with a wireless Sony mic and it is nice and clear. I also use the HDMI out to go to a LCD monitor while shooting and that works well also. It displays the live feed coming from the camera and also around the edge of the frame it displays the modes and settings you are using. The only thing that is not so great is the auto focus. It easily gets confused if someone turns away from the camera. To resolve this I focus the camera before shooting then switch to manual focus. This is just a switch on the lens. It says it only shoots for about 10 min but it just starts a new file after 10min you can keep shooting. i.e. if you shoot for 25mini you wind up with 3 files.
Cons: Auto focus sucks for video, but fine for stillsREAD FULL REVIEW