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Dang... Don't know if any Nikons have UHS-2 capability. Yet :-) Lets start a rumor, how about the D7200?
Sorry ezi you are wrong. The D800 has an internal UHS-1 bus, so 104MB/s is the fastest (theoretical) speed it can do. Unless you have evidence to the contrary... Now the D810 with expeed 4 may have a different bus speed, I haven't found a definitive answer yet.With the possible exception of the D810, anything faster than UHS-1 is wasted.
Bowsider said:Guys, the main reason for this post is because I have ill extend some useful data for you about SD UHS-I vs SD UHS-II vs CF.I have here a D810 + 3x SanDisk Extreme Pro 32GB cards.:1) SD 95mb/s UHS-I2) SD 280mb/s UHS-II3) CF 160mb/sShooting in raw on formatted cards at max 5fps the buffer gets filled by:1) 21 exposures 2) 21 exposures 3) 18 exposures.For jpg Fine Large:1) 65 2) 45!!! Yes, less. 3) 75
SD cards are small and flimsy, way easier to loose or break. Been using cameras with CF cards for 6 years now, haven't damaged a pin in a camera or card reader yet.
SD cards also have exposed contacts and are more vulnerable to static or stray voltage
So... i looked it up and my MacBook Pro's internal SD reader is 480 Mbit/s.