30+ Mpx means at least 35MB files x 10 = 350MB.
My SanDisk 128GB PRO UDMA7 memory card is capable of writing up to 110MBps,
if you have two cards in parallel you can achieve up to 220MBps.
You can of course have a faster buffer, but this buffer would have to be pretty large.
For me the most important factor is what the camera is capable of delivering to the
memory card over time, not only to the buffer.
My SSD harddisk, which currently is the fastest in the world, the OCZ 240GB IOPS SSD,
can write up to 500MBps. Maybe if bringing a computer out in the field you could connect
your 1Ds Mk4 via USB 3.0 and be able to write 10fps @ 30Mpx. But I will not do it !
I just don't get it why Canon cannot jump of the megapixel wagon and leave their
camera at max 25Mpx. Who on earth needs more?
More important is better ISO performance, CONSIDERABLY BETTER ISO PERFORMANCE !!!,
and SPEED !! on a full frame pro body!