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|Package Weight||0.1 lb|
|Box Dimensions (LxWxH)||5.5 x 4.0 x 0.1"|
|Ultra Direct Memory Access (UDMA)||UDMA 7 Compliant|
|Data Transfer||Read Speed 120 MB/s MaximumWrite Speed 85 MB/s Maximum|
|Video Performance Guarantee||VPG- 20|
|Durability||Shockproof, Temperature Extremes|
|Insertion/Removal Cycles||Not Specified By Manufacturer|
|Card Type||CompactFlash Type I|
|Storage Temperature||Not Specified By Manufacturer|
|Error Correction||Not Specified By Manufacturer|
|Wireless Security||Not Specified By Manufacturer|
|RoHS Compliant||Not Specified By Manufacturer|
|Operating Temperature||-25 to 85°F/ -31 to 29°C|
|Storage Capacity||128 GB|
If all you want is 1GB of CF storage, then you don’t really need to consider the Extreme card. On the other hand, if you demand the best (including awesome performance in cameras, top of the line speed in your reader, and great extras), then you’d be remiss not to take a closer look at the Extreme...
Im a Pro Videographer/Photographer, and I am BIG into having redundancy built into my workflow, as after shooting 1000's of events, and other things, your main system WILL fail at some point Fact of this technology.
I wanted a memory card that would allow me to take rapid-fire photos with no lag for the image to get to the card, and this card did that. I also wanted a card with lots of memory so I would not have to change cards during a shoot and this card allows that.
I needed extra CF cards for an upcoming extended trip. While I was tempted to go with a single bigger capacity card to supplement my existing one, a pair of these was a better buy, and has the added advantage that, if one dies I have another to use.
The add was confusing the image in the add shows 120MG cards but the text states 60MG cards. They were the faster cards so all wasOK Leroy Simon
The best price I found for this great product.
I think if I do any longer time lapses I will have to get a 32 or 64, should have probably just bought one of those in the first place, but my 4GB cards need to be upgraded.
I have been using Sandisk since I started doing photography, and going from baddie amateur to semi-pro this thing rocks. Bought it to go in my Canon 1Ds MarkII to start a time lapse photo project, and shooting on raw stores up to 850 photos on this bad boy, so it will be great for a couple hour...
wasn't free and it's not bigger
Very fast, and and good reliability is yet to be determined.
I only ever buy genuine Sandisk memory cards... never have a problem with them.
Yes, works nicelly
This product is a quality one. Price is good and cross border service is good too. Will buy again if needed. #canadianuserreview