Reviews and Problems with SanDisk Ultra II CompactFlash
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Reliable CF Card
Spud Smith, B&H Photo
23 July 2014
Excerpt: All I could find are 8 GB and larger CF cards for my Nikon D70 camera until I found them on B&H. The camera won't read larger cards so I was real happy these were available. Popped it into the CF slot and it worked like a champ.
Excerpt: I love these Ultra compact flash memory cards. I have used many different brands of memory cards and Sandisk is my favorite. You never have to worry about how the quality of the pictures will turn out, because these memory cards are always reliable. It makes taking pictures worry free!!
Excerpt: SanDisk products are the most trusted brand of memory and are used exclusively by me. In my many years of digital photography, having used both CF and SD SanDisk memory, a card failure has NEVER BEEN experienced. Multiple varieties of SanDisk products have been used. Even in the cold conditions of Alaska shooting ice sculptures at -30 degree temps, the SanDisk Extreme CF card has never failed. Trust SanDisk.
Excerpt: 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. <br />Since the music uses a lot of memory to record this is a good size to buy as opposed to anything smaller.
Excerpt: When I place this compact flash card in my camera it gives me a card read error. I currently have a compact flash card in my camera that is almost full and I have not had a chance to download these pictures to my computer and/or a CD. That is why I purchased this compact flash card on my out of town to visit New York City as I knew that I would be taking more than 65 pictures while visiting this wonderful city for the weekend.
Excerpt: I am going to Sebring Race Week tomorrow, and I will shoot the race cars in raw at turn 7. My favorite photo challenge is to take a picture of the glowing brake rotors at dusk, shooting at 1/2000, F 2.8, iso at 6,400. The SanDisk retains it all. I will get my picture with the SanDisk card.
Excerpt: I have purchased about forty Ultra Cards over the years for my photography purposes. They store an overwhelming amount of photos. The quality is excellent. I have never had an issue with any of the cards.
Pros: Great Value, Large Capacity, Reliable Performance