Reviews and Problems with Kingston CompactFlash Ultimate 266X
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Does the job
cromag, B&H Photo
2 weeks ago
Excerpt: I used this 64GB Compact Flash card to replace the 20GB hard drive in an Iriver H320 MP3 player. In order to use a CF card you do have to replace the Iriver software with Rockbox software (I like Rockbox MUCH better, anyway), and use a CF to IDE adapter. I replaced the battery while I was at it. Everything works great!
Excerpt: B and H provided expedited delivery of three 16 GB Compact Flash memory cards. The employee on the phone located the best value(s) for me in Flash Memory, took my order and insured expedited delivery. On top of that their price for the Kingston Compact Flash was less than if I'd purchased locally---and the local dealers were out of stock in 16 Meg Compact Disk Flash. The product works flawlessly and I couldn't be more pleased.
Excerpt: Inserted card into my 5D mark III and formatted it. Used it for a few days and then started receiving an "Error 02 Card can not be accessed Reinsert/Change card or format card with camera.Called tech support and they said they are aware of a problem with this card on higher end Nikon and Canon models. They are supposed to contact me in the next week with an update.
Summary: I recently bought this card for my Canon 7D. Before I knew this card existed, I was planning to shell out $160 for a 32gb model that every camera stores sell. Discovering this card was very rewarding since it was extremely.high capacity and fast enough for my daily needs. I can shoot 8fps normally with my Canon 7D and record 1.4X the bitrate of the H.264.