Wed 28-Mar-12 05:09 AM | edited Wed 28-Mar-12 05:46 AM by DayDreamer
Agree with what billd80 said. When I migrated from SanDisk class 4(5-10MB/s) to Sandisk Extreme Pro (30MB/s), I could see considerable difference in the time taken to clear the buffer. It was almost like there was no limit on D7000 buffer (ofcourse the speed drops from 6fps but you are not stalled), so I assume with UHS-I (95MB/s) you are going to gain a lot more.
Thu 29-Mar-12 03:22 AM | edited Thu 29-Mar-12 03:23 AM by Lempa
>so I assume with UHS-I (95MB/s) you are going to gain a lot >more.
Sorry to say, but that is probably not the case. In the thread below you will find some interesting, and hopefully useful, links to what some people have found to be an in camera limiting factor, hence no use for memory card speeds over 30Mb/s or 45Mb/s except from the fact that you could have a faster transfer speed to computer with card reader.
Thanks Timmy for correcting... I was not aware that D7000 hardware is limited at certain speed as I remember reading in some forums that 95MB/s is correctly supported by D7000 and you should see increased buffer clearance speed compared to 30MB/s cards with it but these seems to be more practical answers.
I just attended a Nikon School about 3 weeks ago. During one of the presentations, they showed a chart that showed the camera's write speed for several camera series. The D7000 was listed as having a write speed of 30 Mb/sec. Good shooting! Tom
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