I will cast another vote for the Sandisk Extreme 60mb/s card, in my case the 16GB version. I frequently shoot in Ch at 7fps, using 3 shot bracketing (max of perhaps 12-20 images in a 30-second time frame), and have never had a problem of any type. They may cost a bit more, but I use Sandisk exclusively and have never had one fail.
Remember the camera buffer lets you shoot a burst of 17 14 bit uncompressed images before it gets filled & I see you mainly shoot landscapes so a slow or fast card won't make any difference when you are out shooting. Of course a fast card will be much quicker transferring your photo's to your PC.
I've been using mainly Transcend cards for 10 years with out a problem http://sportsphotoguy.com/usb-3-0-readers-cf-benchmarks/ Recommends the Transcend Compact Flash 400X Flash Card's & benchmarks show its faster than the SanDisk as well as being cheaper , you can get the 32 gb version cheaper than the SanDisk 16 GB.
>Thanx for the help Guys! would the >SanDisk 16GB 60MB/s Extreme Compact Flash Card SDCFX-016G-A61 >be the proper card? jim
Don't know if I would want to put that many pictures on one card. It would be a shame to lose all those images if the card were lost or broken. The largest I use on a 10 mp D 80 is an 8 mb Sandisk card. I think they even hold over 1000 images. That's like 30 rolls of film!
I ordered 2 SanDisk 16GB 60MB/s Extreme Compact Flash Card SDCFX-016G-A61. I usually shoot 14 bit raw and fine jpeg so I thought a little extra would not hurt. Got 2 cards in case I have a malfuntion or somthing.Thanx again Nikonians! jim
>8mb card i hope is a mistake unless you use jpeg basic.
Maybe I'm undershooting but with an 8MB card I get a little over 300 RAW images. I do carry extra cards but I'm not shooting weddings. The only time I've ever run out of card space was sitting at a friends wedding and being approached by the groom saying "Do you have your camera with you, we don't have a photographer." I was erasing bad shots and switching to JPEGs during the reception.
I've been using the Transcend 32 GB 400X UDMA (under $70 currently on Amazon...) for quite awhile, without incident. Excellent bang for the buck and I can get over 1600 raw images on it. I also have an 8 GB Sandisk Extreme 4 that works nicely. Don't see any performance difference between the cards.