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Pros: Works Great. Lots of Memory for the Casual User. Great Price and free shipping.
Overall Review: I always chuckle at the so-called, self-proclaimed professionals who get on sites like this and try to show off by throwing photo jargon around. They then proceed to complain how the item doesn't meet their standards, not fast enough for their needs, etc. It's like the professional race car driver that buys a VW Bug and then complains that it's not fast enough to win the race. It's a FREAKIN' $15 card, people. What do you expect for $15?
If you are a casual shooter like myself, which means you like to snap shots of the kids in just about any setting, maybe take a hundred or so shots in any given month, don't need to take shots less than a second or so apart at the fastest, then this card will do the trick. I researched on the standard popular shopping sites and general shopping sites like pricegrabber and yahoo shopping and this is by far the best deal. If you live and breathe photography and have the highest expectations for performance, then this one might not do it for you.
Pros: I bought this card for my Canon digital Rebel XT. It works just fine. I checked it speed on bursting. On RAW in can make 5 consecutive shots and then it takes about 5-7 seconds for the camera to upload the data to the flash and be ready for the other bursting. When it comes to the highest resolution jpeg, you can burst up to 15 shots (probably even more). My camera is 8 megapixel. I can suggest this card could be slow if you use it for bursting on 15 megapixel cameras, but for the price for my camera it’s a good deal!
Cons: So far so good.
Pros: - Good price per GB
Cons: - No carrying case
Overall Review: Came in simple and non-wasteful packaging. Do note it doesn't include a carrying case (if that's important to you).
Pros: Bought one of these for my Canon EOS 30D a few months ago. It was so nice I had to pic up a few more. This card works great in any camera with a buffer cause you don't have to have super fast write speed directly to the card. This card is a great price and gets the job done for us amateur to enthusiast photographers.
Cons: could have a fast write and read speed, but at this price I can not complain too much!
Pros: Great card for the price. CF cards have been around so long, there's no reason to pay a premium for one. Works perfect in my IDE-CF adaptor. Using it as a drive to run FreeNAS.
Pros: Great price. My wife uses it quite often and hasn't had any complaints.
Cons: none so far
Overall Review: It gets pulled out of the camera and put into a memory card reader quite often, but frequent handling seems to have no affect
Cons: I could use more gigs
Overall Review: All I can say is this card works with a Nikon D70 SLR camera.
Some older SLR cameras won't take cards over a certain
size or speed.
Most new SLR cameras use SD cards.
Check your manual.You may find your manual online also.
Pros: Works as expected on my Canon Rebel XTi. Have not had any problems with it whatsoever!