Reviews and Problems with SanDisk Extreme CompactFlash
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large enough for video
digital guru tt, B&H Photo
1 week ago
Excerpt: I use the memory card to record video with a Canon 5D mark II dslr camera. I was using the 8G cards but could not do long taping. So far it works fine. It has a good enough speed for HD video.
Excerpt: Used this CF card to record in 16 bit/96 k using a Sound Devices 702. Fits and functions without problems. At this bit/sample rate, the 702 indicates 46 hours of record time on the card. Had some trouble with a couple of card readers that weren't my own. (Pins didn't seem to line up right.
Excerpt: I use the 32GB Extreme Compact Flash Memory with my Canon 7D, and it is recommended to have one when you purchase that camera. The writing speed of the card is superb for its class when you are filming and taking photos.
Excerpt: I've never had a problem with SanDisk. I bought some 32GB that were 50MB/S and for most of my photography that works fine but I found when I was shooting a Kung Fu demonstration the speed seemed to lag when shooting in burst mode.