I am looking to get a second SD card to fill both slots in my d7000. The card I have now is a remnant from my canon point and shoot that I am using in my d7000 now.
I have yet to try movie mode. And I have not yet tried to shoot raw images.
The card I have now is a 32 gig class 10 Transcend that has worked well so far. Also, I know some of you have mentioned to avoid them but for the price this seemed like a great value and has worked flawlessly for me for about a year now. And, i would wager not all class 10 cards are created equal. My feeling is some are faster than others even though they carry the same class rating.
I have read many reviews on Amazon of various cards and find the sporadic user who sees HD video pause while recording.
since I will eventually be using HD video recording and plan to try shooting in RAW this weekend at a wedding (not as a hired pro but just as a guest) I wanted to make sure if my current card is not fast enough that I get one that is in time for using it and not having problems when they can hurt me most.
What of the two actions is more taxing on the camera system HD video or RAW in burst mode?
And will my card be able to handle both?