Reviews and Problems with PNY Secure Digital High Capacity Optima 4GB
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email@example.com "Editor", Amazon
2 August 2009
Summary: Amazon Verified Purchase ( What's this? ) If your camera can shoot 3 or more frames per second, you need a high-speed card. I am happy with this one, although I just noticed that PNY makes another card that is even faster: 266x--that's up to 40 MB/s. This card is 133x, meaning up to 20 MB/s and so far it works well. I can shoot 10 MB RAW files continuously for quite some time and this card keeps up.
Summary: This review is from: PNY Optima Pro 2GB 133X CompactFlash Memory Card P-CF2GB-133W-DVDC (Electronics) I use this with my Olympus E300 and it works really well. It writes really well while shooting but is slow when downloading to my comp. (400 pics about 15 mins) but that is using just a usb cord. I would buy it again!
Summary: Amazon Verified Purchase ( What's this? ) When I first bought this product and put it in my camera, a Canon 30D, the camera would not read it. Distraught, I decided to try the card in the memory card reader for my PC to see if the computer would read the card or not. It could. I thought it might be incompatible with camera, but on a whim I decided to format the card using my PC.
Summary: I use this in my Digital SLR and absolutely love it! It is definitely fast and I have had nothing but excellent performance from all PNY products. If you are serious about photography and understand the importance of high-speed memory cards than you know that this is an absolutely awesome memory card!
Summary: i bought this on a goldbox deal for really cheap and didn't have the greatest expectations but when it arrived i was very surprised at how nice it was. It somehow seems better made than some of the other cf cards i have and more importantly, the read/write speed is really great. It handles raw files from my d2x with ease. I highly recommend this card!
Summary: I was shopping for a 4 GB compact flash card & had the chance to buy this card during Amazon "gold box" special deal. (The "list" was $81; the actual cost was half that; I see today that it is for sale for $63). There were no reviews, so I almost hesitated, but it had good specs. (133X; 20MB/sec sustained read/write). It arrived today & I loaded into camera (Nikon D200) and starting firing off "bursts" for a few seconds-- it could keep up easily.
Summary: This review is from: PNY Optima Pro 2GB 133X CompactFlash Memory Card P-CF2GB-133W-DVDC (Electronics) There are a lot of compact flash cards and there isn't much that differentiates them. What I'm looking for is a card that works (quickly) and gives good value. This card qualifies. I've done a shoot of about 350 images (figure skating) in a Canon 400D (Rebel XTi, 10.1MP), first formatting the card in the camera.