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the one I received wasn't a fake have used it to take hours of video with no problem ,hope this helps.
By BRISAN on 05 August 2016
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Short answer is yes, the card is a "Class 10" which is compatible with the Fuji 9400. The class 10 being a measure of data write speed. Anything lower than a class 10 will inhibit the maximum fps (frames per second) speed of the camera on burst mode or continuous shooting. On single frame shooting it benefits you in t… see more Short answer is yes, the card is a "Class 10" which is compatible with the Fuji 9400. The class 10 being a measure of data write speed. Anything lower than a class 10 will inhibit the maximum fps (frames per second) speed of the camera on burst mode or continuous shooting. On single frame shooting it benefits you in terms of readiness for the next shot. The text below was taken form a Photography Blog review of the 9400w
H:approx. 10 fps max. 10 frames
M:approx. 5.0 fps max. 10 frames
L:approx. 3.0 fps max.10 frames
SH1: approx.60 fps max.60 frames (Max. number of recorded pixels :1080x960)
SH2: approx.120 fps max.60 frames (Max. number of recorded pixels :640x480)
* Use a card with SD Speed Class with "Class10" or higher.
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Best Frame capture
approx. 10 fps  10 frames (Size L,M,S)/20 frames(Size S)
* Use a card with SD Speed Class with "Class10" or higher.
Hope this helps see less
Short answer is yes, the card is a "Class 10" which is compatible with the Fuji 9400. The class 10 being a measure of data write speed. Anything lower than a class 10 will inhibit the maximum fps (frames per second) speed of the camera on burst mode or continuous shooting. On single frame shooting it benefits you in terms of readiness for the next shot. The text below was taken form a Photography Blog review of the 9400w
H:approx. 10 fps max. 10 frames
M:approx. 5.0 fps max. 10 frames
L:approx. 3.0 fps max.10 frames
SH1: approx.60 fps max.60 frames (Max. number of recorded pixels :1080x960)
SH2: approx.120 fps max.60 frames (Max. number of recorded pixels :640x480)
* Use a card with SD Speed Class with "Class10" or higher.
(others)
Best Frame capture
approx. 10 fps  10 frames (Size L,M,S)/20 frames(Size S)
* Use a card with SD Speed Class with "Class10" or higher.
Hope this helps

By Tim Garwood on 05 August 2015
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Yes, the Nikon D5200 supports SDXC
By CherryTree-Digital SELLER on 12 April 2015
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I have a Sony camera it's a normal size sd card hope this helps
By lisa jones on 21 June 2015
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Yes, this card will work with the Canon G7X
By MemoryC SELLER on 11 May 2015
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no idea but why not?
By jan on 22 March 2015
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Hi, I wonder do you mean that you get 8mins in total or 8mins and then it stops recording.
I use canon, I don't know about Panasonic . If it is 8 mins in total, I would wonder what format you are recording, because that seems very low. If it is 8 mins and it stops recording, that is usually due to the file size and the… see more
Hi, I wonder do you mean that you get 8mins in total or 8mins and then it stops recording.
I use canon, I don't know about Panasonic . If it is 8 mins in total, I would wonder what format you are recording, because that seems very low. If it is 8 mins and it stops recording, that is usually due to the file size and the write speed of the card, not the read speed. You might also want to confirm that your camera accepts SDXC cards as some don't . The read speed of this Transcend is very good, I use to record 1920 X 1080p. Hope this helps. see less
Hi, I wonder do you mean that you get 8mins in total or 8mins and then it stops recording.
I use canon, I don't know about Panasonic . If it is 8 mins in total, I would wonder what format you are recording, because that seems very low. If it is 8 mins and it stops recording, that is usually due to the file size and the write speed of the card, not the read speed. You might also want to confirm that your camera accepts SDXC cards as some don't . The read speed of this Transcend is very good, I use to record 1920 X 1080p. Hope this helps.

By myfriendaidan on 01 September 2016
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Yes! :)
By muckshifter on 26 April 2015