( ITEM ID: EO-000311 )SanDisk Extreme® CompactFlash® Memory Cards 8GB 16GB 32GB 64GB 60MB/s

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SanDisk Extreme® CompactFlash® Memory Cards 8GB 16GB 32GB 64GB 60MB/s

  • The 64GB** card also features Video Performance Guarantee (VPG) to deliver a minimum sustained recording data rate of 20 MB/s, to support superior Full HD video (1080p) recording performance.
  • UDMA-enabled, with exceptional Full HD** video capture
  • Up to 60MB/s** write speed for premium shot-to-shot performance
  • Capacities up to 64GB** accommodate high-volume file formats
  • Ideal for HD camcorders and DSLR cameras
  • Form factor: CompactFlash
  • Available capacities: 8GB, 16GB, 32GB, 64GB
  • Performance/speed: Up to 60MB/sec read/write speeds (400x)**
  • Card dimension:1.7" x 1.4" x 0.13" (43 mm x 36 mm x 3.3 mm)
  • Operating temperature: -13ºF to 185ºF (-25ºC to 85 ºC)
  • Storage temperature: -40ºF to 185ºF (-40ºC to 85ºC)
  • Compatibility: Compatible with CompactFlash supporting host devices
  • UDMA enabled
  • Applications: Store a variety of digital formats, including RAW and JPEG photos, high-definition videos, music and more

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SanDisk Extreme® CompactFlash® Memory Cards 8GB 16GB 32GB 64GB 60MB/s

SanDisk Extreme® CompactFlash® Memory Cards 8GB 16GB 32GB 64GB 60MB/s

SanDisk Extreme® CompactFlash® Memory Cards 8GB 16GB 32GB 64GB 60MB/s

SanDisk Extreme® CompactFlash® Memory Cards 8GB 16GB 32GB 64GB 60MB/s

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  • L. Abate12 28,2013 06:21Rating:Excellent
    I purchased this card for use with a Canon 5D Mark II DSLR and compared to the Extreme 3 cards that I owned prior to this, the increase in speed is noticeable. I wasn\'t really able to notice any difference in-camera (I don\'t usually shoot at high frame rates) and recording 1080p video at 30fps works fine on both cards, but I did notice an increase in transfer speeds with my UDMA enabled USB2 card reader. I can realistically transfer 1.5GB of files in about 40 seconds (transferring to a 7200RMP firewire 800 hard drive on my Mac) To transfer those same files from the Extreme III card, it takes about 53 seconds. Definitely not 2x as fast, but technically this card costs less than the Extreme III! So, for the money, I am satisfied. Highly recommended.
  • Andrew Sutterfield12 25,2013 10:05Rating:Excellent
    I\'m using this CF card with my Canon 40D. Previously I was using 4gb Lexar 300x cards, (equivalent to about 45mb/sec) which also work just fine, but they\'re only 4gb each. I found myself wanting more memory and a 3rd card to go between my two camera bodies (other is a rebel xti).

    There\'s nothing at all wrong with this CF card, it works just perfectly. Not even a hiccup. So that\'s good.

    I was hoping to be able to take much longer continuous sequences of photos on the 40D at 6.5 frames/sec. With the Lexar 300x cards I was able to get 15 consecutive images at full resolution raw+jpg before the camera\'s image buffer filled up. With this card I was disappointed to find that number only rose to 17. I later looked up the stats on the 40D and found that 17 consecutive full res images was the maximum the camera can do anyway, so I know the card is faster than the camera. If I was to get a faster card it wouldn\'t help me at all.

    So, unless you really need to take lots of fast sequences at full resolution raw+jpeg, save yourself the money and get a slower 8gb CF card, like the 15mb/sec 8gb card for $30.

    I\'m happy with the card though. It won\'t be holding me back.
  • Annoyed in Colorado 12 25,2013 06:48Rating:Good
    Just needed one of these as an extra memory card for my medium old Canon SLR. It\'s not very exciting. It just gets the job done.
  • S. Smith12 19,2013 09:31Rating:Excellent
    Short story: the card is superb. If you are thinking of buying it, don\'t hesitate.

    Long story: Capacity is just shy of 30GB due to overhead. It it is v e r y fast; your camera will be the bottleneck, not this card! I tested in in 2 cameras: a newer Canon and an older Canon 20D. To my surprise, the large capacity works well with older cameras! Used with new cameras, there\'s nothing to know other than it is fast and works as expected. Thus, the remainder of this review will be from the standpoint of the older Canon 20D.

    I had been using an 4 year old Lexar Pro 8GB 133x WA (back then, fast and high tech & costly). The performance of the 20D has actually been greatly improved using this card. To the point, I would recommend upgrading to any brand of 400x card even if you don\'t need the storage. There are no negative surprises but a few caveats to know for large cards in older cameras...

    If you use large cards in older cameras, follow one simple rule: If the card is over 8GB, do not format it in the camera. It will be reduced to an 8GB card. If you ignore this rule, go to download dot com and search for this app: HP disk storage format tool

    Because... Neither the camera nor Windoze can restore the card (not explorer, not disk admin, not XP pro, and not win7 entprise 64bit). But, the free HP utility is perfect. Newer cameras can format past 8gb. PS: I used a $12 usb card reader from Amaz to format mine: The Kingston 19-in-1 USB 2.0 Flash Memory Card Reader.
  • Laura Z12 16,2013 12:24Rating:Excellent
    I own probably 10-15 SanDisk Extreme CF memory cards, and it\'s the only brand I buy! No issues with corruption after doing this for 4+ years.

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