Reviews and Problems with SanDisk Ultra II CompactFlash
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Blues and Bluegrass Performer, Radioshack
15 May 2013
Summary: I use this in a 8 track recorder to record music. It works great, although it is a little slow at times. It holds the information that I need and is the perfect size for recording enough music for a CD. Since the music uses a lot of memory to record this is a good size to buy as opposed to anything smaller. It's nice that I can save the card and have my songs when I need them, and it's also useful if I want to erase what I don't like and record on the card several times.
Summary: I have a Canon Rebel35mm Digital SLR and needed to have a spare flash card for a reunion coming up. I have already used the card and will keep my Lexar as a backup instead due to spead and memory.
Pros: Easy To Use, Great Value, Reliable Performance, Writes/Reads fast
Summary: I bought a kingston 4GB and lost few photos during the shoot. I have returned them to seller and searched for Sandisk and found this 2GB. I am very very happy now. I haven't lost the photos or the confidence during the shoot.
Pros: Easy To Use, Great Value, Large Capacity, Reliable Performance, Writes/Reads fast
Summary: this is about the third scandisk memory card that I have bought. Never buy any others so can only comment on this brand. I have never lost a video,picture or music that I have stored on these disk, even when the product that they were in failed the disk did not. On memory card had been misplaced and found after several months with again no loss to the files that were stored on it and I found it out in our pasture.
Summary: If you're looking to shoot several exposures quickly, I would recommend going with an Extreme card or something that gets at least 30mb/sec. 15mb/sec is fine for bumming around but won't cut it for a professional job.