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Lars Johnsson wrote:
I openly and clearly described what I tested.
I never wrote otherwise. It seemed to me that some, though not all, who perhaps didn't read your description carefully did not understand though, so I was essentially clarifying what you did - not suggesting that you misled anyone. (Though a superficial reader might mislead him/herself by only looking at the numeric data you list and not thinking through what it does and does not mean.)
And still you make a lot of posts complaining that I didn't test something else. If you are interested in 2 second bursts, then YOU should make a 2 second burst test. I'm interested in a 30 second test which I also wrote.
Again, I simply clarified that this is what you wrote, and I also pointed out that people who share your interest in using cameras in burst mode over very long time periods might well be very interested in the faster cards you extol, while (as you confirm in this follow-up message) those who are using burst mode in more typical short bursts won't seen any speed-up from faster cards.
As to "lots of posts complaining...," a) I didn't "complain" about anything and b) while I have made some posts, the number I have made on this subject is far smaller than that made by various others.
I can't see what the point would be to do a very short burst with all these cards...
Absolutely correct, and it sounds like you pretty much agree with my observation that those who don't shoot extremely long burst sequences probably will see little or no improvement from super-fast and expensive cards compared to cards with a slower rating that nonetheless meet or exceed the specifications for the camera.
I fail to see where the disagreement is. Aren't we both saying the same thing?