SanDisk Ultra Compact Flash 16 GB UDMA7 Memory Card up to 50 MB/s

July 19, 2018 - Comment

Product Features Ideal for entry to mid-range DSLRs Fast shot-to-shot performance Capture and store more high-quality, fast-action images and video Lifetime limited warranty Read speed – up to 50 MB/s, write speed lower

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Product Features

  • Ideal for entry to mid-range DSLRs
  • Fast shot-to-shot performance
  • Capture and store more high-quality, fast-action images and video
  • Lifetime limited warranty
  • Read speed – up to 50 MB/s, write speed lower

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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