Chuck Steenburgh

Chuck Steenburgh

Lives in United States Lexington, United States
Works as a Public Relations
Joined on Oct 23, 2002
About me:

Current Bodies: Nikon D600, D7100, D40, D70i
Past Bodies: D3, D7000, D300s, D300, D2H, D200, D90, D80, D70, D100, D1, Fuji S1 Pro
Sigma 8-16/f4.5-5.6; 18-50/f2.8 DC HSM; 28-70/f2.8 DG, 50/f1.4 HSM; 120-300/f2.8 HSM
Nikkor 16-85/f3.5-5.6G AF-S DX VR; 18-55 DX AF-S; 28/f2.8 AiS; 28/f2.8D AF; 135/f3.5 AiS; 180/f2.8 ED; 70-200/f2.8 AF-S VR; Reflex-C 500/f8 (orig); TC-14E II
Tamron 70-300/f4-5./6 VC; 70-300/f4-5.6 LD Macro 1:2
Tokina 10-17/f3.5-4.5 AF DX Fisheye; 11-16/f2.8
Kenko 1.4x/2x Teleplus 300 converters; Uniplus 25mm extension tube
Peleng 8/f3.5 fisheye
Hakuba HG-6230C carbon-fiber; Velbon Maxi i343E
Gitzo 4-section & Adorama Podmatic monopods
Acratech Ultimate & Manfrotto 3262 Ball Heads
Arca-Swiss (RRS/Kirk/AcraTech) mounting clamps and plates
Sigma EF-500 Super DG NA-iTTL; EF-500 Super DG; EF-500 ST
Nikon S-900, SB-600x2; SU-4 wireless remote sensor; SC-17 sync cord


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On Challenge:8212 (23 comments in total)
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Paulah: Hi seems like no one has pix given the capture date. I don't either but just for conversation sake, I posted the 3 old ones I could find. DQ me is fine!

Same here...

Posted on Aug 3, 2013 at 13:06 UTC
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G Davidson: So this kind of card could be the fix for cameras with a fast shooting speed, but too small a cache memory? (I'm thinking of the D7100 here).

As mentioned in some of the other comments...the D7100 (and every other camera that supports the UHS standard) only supports UHS-I not UHS-II, so you're not going to see any real speed difference in the D7100.

And to correct one the comments below...the D7100 tops out at around 60 MB/sec with the best UHS-I cards today.

Link | Posted on Jul 18, 2013 at 19:29 UTC
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