SanDisk SDCFHS-016G-FFP 16 GB Ultra CompactFlash Card – Frustration-Free Packaging

August 26, 2018 - Comment

Product Features Ideal combination of reliability and performance Data transfer at up to 50 Mbps when copying files from the card to the computer The SanDisk Ultra CompactFlash memory card has plenty of room to accommodate high-resolution image formats

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Product Features

  • Ideal combination of reliability and performance
  • Data transfer at up to 50 Mbps when copying files from the card to the computer
  • The SanDisk Ultra CompactFlash memory card has plenty of room to accommodate high-resolution image formats

Comments

Mr Baz says:

Faster than the previous Ultra cards The older 30MB/s cards were pretty good for normal day to day use, not super fast but likely good enough for many users (ie not slow either) I have a few of those around and they are reliable and satisfactory in use.This newer SanDisk is updated to 50MB/s (but take note for read times only)Testing (raw files transfer from PC to card) in a USB 3.0 Card reader I got:Write: 27MB/sRead: 48MB/sSo that’s in line with the makers specifications (this can…

Mr S M Spencer - Lincolnshire. says:

Excellent Quality CF card. I have used, San Disk cards before for my Digital cameras. (Mainly: SD. for many years, and have always found them to be very reliable and trustworthy compared to the cheaper options tried!) I would always recommend the Ultra version, as you get faster speeds and most important: Reliable transfer of data and longevity of Insertions/Removals from card readers & cameras. (Obviously they have better Gold plated contacts, than the rivals) I have been using this 4GB. card for data transfers a lot…

Chris H says:

Faster than spec Says 50MB/s read speed on the card but I actually got 88 out of it… and writes at 42MB/s as well (SanDisk don’t specify this on the packaging other than to say it is lower, but 42MB/s was more than I was expecting). All much speedier than my DSLR camera requires. Testing done using a USB3 card reader plugged into a PC running Chkflsh. A USB2 card reader connection will get lower speeds.It has passed a write and verify of data on the whole memory card, so this is a genuine fully…

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