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Hi, I'm a canon man myself. I use it with a 1d mk3 (10 frames per second) and a 5d mk3 (full frame large images), always with raw, and written to sd & CF cards at the same time for security. It has not slowed me down, although I don't often use the high speed on the 1d too often. I believe that you should be fairly fut… see more Hi, I'm a canon man myself. I use it with a 1d mk3 (10 frames per second) and a 5d mk3 (full frame large images), always with raw, and written to sd & CF cards at the same time for security. It has not slowed me down, although I don't often use the high speed on the 1d too often. I believe that you should be fairly future proof for a whole. see less
By gh-photo on 14 July 2014
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I would not think it would be suitable as it's probably to big (physically). My Garmin takes the smaller micro SD cards, best to check with the TomTom web site for suitable memory cards.
By Amazon Customer on 21 July 2014
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I haven't got a Sony Handycam, but after reading a bit online its manual it indicates that it accepts both Memory Stick Pro Duo and SD/SDHC. If that's the case then this is an SD
By Canary Wharf - London on 17 October 2015
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I see no reason why this card should not be fine with the Vaio Pro 13.
By James Talbot on 28 December 2015
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Sorry,I use them with Nikon D-SLR. If these cameras are current I would have thought so but best to check with the manufacturers.
By Nigel Luckhurst on 20 June 2015
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Life time as long as you are the original purchaser. Go to www.lexar.com/lexar-global-warranty.pdf
By Landa on 10 March 2016
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Works on a Sony RX100 M4 in 4K so should be ok
By adrian on 01 December 2015
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Yes, but music does not need such a fast transfer rate, so to buy a 32GB class 4 card at a quarter of the price would make much more sense.
By J. Collis on 29 October 2014
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A couple of years ago I acquired a 128GB version of this memory card, and I am not at all satisfied with it as it is unreliable both when using in my Canon EOS camera and my MacBook Pro: occasionally the card does not respond while I receive the message from my devices that there is an error reading the memory card. I … see more A couple of years ago I acquired a 128GB version of this memory card, and I am not at all satisfied with it as it is unreliable both when using in my Canon EOS camera and my MacBook Pro: occasionally the card does not respond while I receive the message from my devices that there is an error reading the memory card. I have had to reformat the memory card, and have lost my pictures and backup on the card. see less
By T. Hafezi on 25 December 2015