I recall reading about someone complaining that the Sony cameras can damage SD cards, a few years ago. Well, I dismissed this as here say and/or user error. BUT, I just experienced it yesterday after shooting a short video, followed with a timed 3 shot burst. The high speed class 10 card is corrupted and no longer writes. I've had purchased this card along with the a6000 and they've worked flawlessly all this time. I've not experienced any issues with slower SD cards either. It all began by me reviewing the video settings and recording a 2 min. test MP4 for getting familiar with it for an upcoming trip. The video recorded and played back in camera fine. a6000 was in M mode, and took two follow up photos and those were fine. I then reviewed some of the shooting settings and tried 10 sec continuous 3 shot. After it completed, I tried to view them in camera. The camera was still writing to the SD card and I got the standard Unavailable while writing to storage message. No big deal I thought and hit the button to OK and return to shoot mode. But instead, I got a new message about write error, unable to read data, and asked if I wish to retrieve data. I selected yes, and hit OK. After that I would get a gray screen for the images and 'unable to display'. I took a few more shots and each new image would be the same, but the image count would increment. In camera reformatting also failed to complete. I tried to access the card in my Win 7 laptop's card reader. There were no image files on card related to the grayed out ones. I tried quick format.....Unable to format warning. Tried full format, that failed as well. Searching for a solution, I tried utilizing the DISKPART tool via command prompt. Followed all the steps, and that initially failed with accessing disk error I/O message. Placed the card in a USB reader and repeated, and got through most of the 'clean', format fs=fat32 commands. But it still didn't write to card. The primary partition 1 on the card seems inaccessible. I delete it, the clean all command doesn't remove it. Even tried to format it NTFS. Whether it's fat32 or ntfs, it would get to 100% and return operation parameter incorrect, unable to perform operation. The a6000 has firmware 2.0. It wasn't updated to 3.2 since I didn't care about new native lens updates or new codec for 100Mbs video. The SD card seems to be stuck inaccessible, non writable state. And no the card isn't 'locked'. Anyone out there have a solution, and IT experts whom have run into this situation? There isn't enough usage on this card to warrant flash memory failure. It was fine up to this point. I only shoot, copy off files from card, then reformat in camera for the next shoot. I don't format the card in the laptops. This really sucks if I must toss out my fastest write card before a trip.