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http://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/sdx ... ,2940.html.
For future NEX-5-7 user ... I think the Kingston is the best way to go ... Instead you like to wait for the "writing" message when you can to film after a burst of picture ... But keep in mind that they have not tested everything available on the market (but I think this card are more common on most of the store).
There is also the chart updated for almost all the card they tested:
http://www.tomshardware.com/charts/exte ... ge,39.html
A7 (R, S & R II) + NEX 3N ( and few lenses )
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We are not counting yet the probability of some advertisement or promotion (or whatever).
It's like the "in vivo" and "in vitro" studies in medicine and/or biology. Results reflected in an "in vitro" (outside the body, in a test tube or dish or anything else) may not necessarily be the same as "in vivo" (on the body itself). e.g. an antibiotic yielding very good results on a microorganism "in vitro" might give much lower expected result when administered to the patient or a lab animal.
So take it with a grain of salt...
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