Excerpt: A little expensive but a good product. Seems all the flash drives for the digital camera have gotten expensive for some reason. Store people were very helpful and professional. Cashier was also very professional.
Excerpt: When I had bought this product by SanDisk in 2008 it was the same GB capacity about the same cost but came with a plastic hardcase and a zipper 2 pocket case that had a keyring attached. It was only available in the 8GB size would have like to seen at least 32 or 64GB for the price paid.
Pros: Easy To Use, Reliable Performance, Writes/Reads fast
Summary: Unfortunately, this card failed while I was working with it, so I've got to see about getting it replaced with another. As I have many SanDisk products that work very well and have proven to be excellent value for the money, I would call this an unfortunate fluke and not a common problem.
Pros: Coming from SanDisk, this card ought to be a good product. The low price for this much storage in a CompactFlash card is unbelievable. Performance while it worked was good and met the advertised spec nearly all of the time.
Cons: If you plan to use this card as a boot device for a computer, you may be heading for trouble. Most CompactFlash cards in CF to IDE adapters will happily allow you to connect another IDE device as a slave on the same cable. This SanDisk card does not allow that, which can be a problem if you need ...
5D MKII - can't handle 1080p and photos at same time
Leo S., Newegg
10 September 2009
Pros: Promises 15MB speed
Cons: I popped it into my 5D MKII and video rolled 1080p without buffering, then I wanted to take a photo while recording. I was in the raw+large mode. Soon thereafter buffer ran out and video was forced to stop.