Excerpt: I shoot and upload 100s of photos a week as a sports team photographer and these CF cards hold up to the task. And 16GB is just enough storage for me as I'm not shooting 1000+ photos to one card before unloading it. Reliable and cost effective for most.
Pros: Easy To Use, Great Value, Reliable Performance, Writes/Reads fast
Excerpt: Bought this card earlier this year (Feb 3, 2015 to be exact) and this past weekend it found its way to the bottom of my camera bag only to be used in an ememgency situtation. Only 8 months old and its already corrupt and will not save some of the images i take.
Excerpt: Got this for my Canon 7D mostly for shooting video. The read and write speed is super fast on this card. It takes half the amount of time to download to my computer as my previous 8gb card. Highly recommended, great product for the price point.
Excerpt: I am going to Utah in August to photograph several National Parks. Do not want to risk losing my images to a "bargain" card that might fail. Kingston has a good reputation and I have been pleased with them in the past.
Excerpt: I've always stuck to San disk, but this card had really great reviews and for the price, it seemed right! I use this card for family photos and backup wedding camera. It has performed great so far and I'll probably be purchasing another!
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.