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Pros: The selling factor for me on this one is the adjustable LCD screen. I do a lot of video recording and that really helps. The pictures are quite crisp and vivid as long as you know how to set your shooting mode. The zoom level on the 18-55mm kit is a bit short for me so I guess i have to buy a better zoom lens. The feature info gives you an idea of the different stuff like aperture, shutter speed and color balance etc. It records 1080p so if you are thinking of buying an HD camcoder, might as well get this. Couple with good lenses, your video recording session will look better on this unlike on HD cams that have limitation.
Cons: Because of the camera restrictions, it can only record to about 4gb of video each time using .MOV file type. Video recording session stops automatically so continuous recording is not possible. I'm getting just about 12mins or record time then have to start a new session. I wish Canon used a more compressed format like .MP4 or even .MKV. Not sure if they can solve this with a firmware update. If you can get pass that issue then, this is for you. I still rate it at 5 eggs!READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Transcend 32GB Secure Digital High-Capacity (SDHC) Flash Card Model TS32GSDHC10
Pros: Big size for quite a fair price and it's class 10.
Cons: I'm using this in my Canon T3i DSLR and its quite responsive. It can handle burst shots smoothly. The problem is with video recording. It starts to buffer when the card has about 6-8gb of content then your recording stops in about 3sec recording time. I had to format the card regularly and start fresh on each session if I'll be doing a lot of video recording. A bit disappointed with that.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: my games are getting higher frame rates with this card. at 1080p resolution, Skyrim is averaging 55-60fps in ultra high settings, easily outdoing my previous GTX260 SLI setup.
Cons: Wish it had a displayportREAD FULL REVIEW