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This review is from: Transcend 16GB WiFi-SDHC Flash Card Model TS16GWSDHC10
Pros: It is good when it works, decent speed, stable connection.
Cons: It fails after a few shots. I put my secondary camera (60D) in the high fps mode all the time so that if i need the full 5.3frames per second. Here comes the problem. After about 3-4 high speed shots, the card decides to freeze. Keeping the red light on in my camera. First i thought it was slow in writing the photos, and went on taking shots with my primary camera (5Dm2). After about 10 minutes later, i discovered that my 60D's red light was on, still. Simply switching off and turning back on the camera does not fix the problem. I had to take my 60D battery out and put it back in to get the camera back to normal, and one very serious problem is after that 10 minutes, I discovered my battery charge went from 93% to 37% (a 2 month old genuine Canon LP-E5). After pulling the card out and plugging into the computer, all images appeared to be corrupted. Similar problem happens with my T1i (Canon 500D), so I'm sure it is not the problem of my 60D.
This happens to me a few times already, and so I tried upgrading the card's firmware to 1.6, same thing happens. The ONLY solution for me is to have one shot finish saving to the card, then take another shot. This card "claims" to be a class 10 product, but i think it is simply APOS.
Sorry Transcend, I've been using your Class 6 8gb SDHC and it worked way faster than this Class 10 16gb wifi-SDHC. Completely Hated this product.
Pros: I now have 2 hard discs in my work station, harddisc_a and harddisc_b. They are all from seagate, 1TB, same model as this one, but harddisc_a with firmware cc34 and harddisc_b with firmware cc35
Quick, Quiet, Cool.
Nicely Packed when i received the package
This is my second 1tb hard drive (from seagate).
The firmware of my new hard drive (harddisc_b) is cc35, for the people who care about it.
Cons: No Cons for now, but read the section below.
Other Thoughts: My older hard drive, same model with this one, (hd_a) seagate 1tb 7200.12 (firmware cc34) is about to die due to the rapid increase in bad sectors. Now i have to buy another (hd_c) hard drive, not from seagate anymore, but from western digital, so that i can transfer all my important data to it.READ FULL REVIEW