Kingston's Canvas React SD card is designed to be as fast as you are capturing 4K video or taking stunning burst-mode photos when the action doesn't stop. Whether you're using the latest DSLR or mirrorless camera you can be confident that your memories will be safe. It's available in multiple capacities up to 256GB.
I use these for professional audio recording in Sound Devices MixPre-6 and Zoom H-8 audio recorders. They work fine in both the SD MixPer6 recording 6 tracks at 96k/24b and the H-8 recording 10 tracks @ 48k/24b.
This SD card (128gb) DOES work with the original Blackmagic pocket cinema camera. It can record Raw 24.97 fps for 37 min and Raw 30 fps for 29 min. No dropped frames.
This is exactly what I expected from Kingston quality. I've only used it for a few days but with past Kingston products I've NEVER had a problem. I trust the heck out of their goods. Give them a try if you have had problems with other brands!
My son is using the SD card for his class in college. It is easy and fast to save to the SD card.
It’s a good strange device for cameras and mobile gaming apparently.
I have used these Kingston SD cards for over a year and I love them! Very reliable. Within the same year, I have also used my LEXAR cards and had TWO of them corrupt (thank the gods for dual-card slots!). My Kingston cards have never given me any trouble. I will continue to use Kingston for all of my projects!
No issues at all, great card
Great product no issues. Everything you would expect from Kingston.
I understand that SD cards do not of course give full stated capacity. However my 128 GB is showing 116 GB. This is after formatting twice. On properties it shows free space as 124,687,482,880 bytes and next to this it says 116 GB. Also trying to write 113 GB the max speed I saw after a few minutes was 21 MB/s. This was on a two year old Dell Inspiron. Can't be bothered to dig out the spec. So obviously I am slightly disappointed or ignorant on SD card checking and/or how specs are suppose to relate actual real world use. My option to return seems like too much hassle unless someone can tell me mine is faulty in some way?
Works in the c100, gh4 at 4k and at HD 200mbs, Sony A7 and Nikon D810. So far so good. 90+mb/s reads and around a sustained 60+mb/s on the writes, when benchmarked in the black magic speed test, so should be great for most situations. A fairly good and and keenly priced alternative to the SanDisk Extreme Pro 95mb/s SD card's.
Great value memory card and very fast read/write speeds.
Works very well with my Nikon DSLRs.
Getting burst mode or 4K video write speed too slow issues which are disappointing given that it is promoted as being ideal for both. So not a card that I feel I can rely upon for burst or video recording.
Fast writing to the card from my Canon 750d , no buffering waiting for RAW images to be written to the card. Best card I’ve used highly recommended.
What makes this a great card is it works flawlessly so far shooting raw on the black magic Pickett cinema camera and is super cheap as all other currently made cards are incompatible. Basically if u have a bmpcc then this is the cars to buy
Loads of photos and videos on one card. Make sure you camera can handle the size some are limited to 32gb.
Cheap and works well when using it with my Sony a6300 allows me to film in full 4K
As cards go this seems reliable and fast enough at writing for 4k video (H264) at least.
This is a good card, I bought it for a trip I made to Africa, and I could use it with a good performance. I recommend anyone looking for something with good price and quality.
A favor: Buena respuesta tanto en escritura como lectura. Haciendo unas pequeñas pruebas de estrés llegaba a 85 lectura y algo más de 70 de escritura. Posibilita las ráfagas en nikon d750 (Full Frame) , el bloqueo viene dado por el buffer de la cámara, no por la tarjeta. Grabación video HD sin problemas. Creo haber leído garantía de por vida y tiene buena resistencia a condiciones adversas.
Habitué à prendre du Sandisk ou Lexar, j'ai tenté le coup et j'en suis très content ! Je m'en sert pour de la photo, gère très bien les rafales en RAW (utilisé avec Fuji, Nikon et Sony). En vidéo, je n'ai pas rencontré de problème que se soit en HD ou en 4k, en utilisation "basique", 4k Eterna (Fuji) avec réglage sur la meilleure qualité disponible, pas testé avec du F-Log.