Sandisk has various SD cards at different speeds. For eg Extreme SDXC card at 45 MB/sec , Extreme Pro SDHC/SDXC card at 95MB/sec... earlier cards at 30 MB/sec etc.
The promo video indicates a higher speed card has the following advantages
1) continuous burst speed shooting
2) HD video recording
3) higher speed transferring image fr card to computer
While the speed of the card has increased substantially from 30 MB/sec to 95 MB/sec, does it substantially help in burst speed shooting and video recording? I have not heard / read any sifu / veterans complain their 30 MB/sec or 45 MB / sec cards.
Is the limitation primarily by the body, instead by the card? Assuming I use the minimum speed card specified by manual. For eg I am using Nikon D7000, and Class 6 Card at 20 MB/sec. Will my camera be able to leverage on the highest speed card like 95 MB/sec?