>Yeah, one note. > >The Class and UHS speed ratings define a minimum rate >standard. Also there is no standard on how the speed of a card >is to be stated. So a manufacture could be stating a >theoretical best case speed or sustained write speeds. > >For example the Sandisk Extreme SDHC UHS-1 compliant card has >a read/write speed of 45MB/s and the Extreme Pro SDHC UHS-1 >card is 95 MB/s read and 90 MB/s write. Yet a Lexar SDHC UHS-1 >card has a read speed of 60 MB-s and write speed of 10 MB-s. >All of them rated Class 10 UHS-1.
Yep - exactly - so I'm trying to get my head around:
(a) What is the maximum speed the D7100 can make use of (hopefully that DPReview article will help there)?
(b) What SD Cards achieve that speed (i.e. what's the lowest spec card that is the fastest the D7100 can utilise)?