Reviews and Problems with SanDisk Ultra II CompactFlash
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Bette, B&H Photo
3 weeks ago
Excerpt: I own a wonderful older Canon camera and my local stores no longer seem to stock compact discs. When I called B&H, the 'expert' researched my camera model and we discussed what storage cards were best for this camera. I received it quickly and I am very happy with the product.
Excerpt: Works fine in my D200. Delivery was super fast. CF cards are getting hard to find around here, and when you do, the price is much higher than B&H. I bought 4. Now I'm wondering if I should buy a few more.
Excerpt: I purchased two of these for use with my 5dMk2 through B&H. I've always preferred the SanDisk brand - they've simply never let me down and I tend to stick with the 8Gb size to give me flexibility in switching between different events so I can keep sense of my shooting (especially since I might not...
Pros: Great Value, Reliable Performance, Writes/Reads fast
Excerpt: I have had many products from SanDisk and they have all been amazing. B&H also offers the best price for this product. This CF card also has a faster transfer rate compared to other cards. Overall, Great Product. Highly Recommended.
Pros: Easy To Use, Great Value, Large Capacity, Reliable Performance, Writes/Reads fast
Excerpt: SanDisk 8GB Ultra Compact Class 4 Flash Memory Card by SanDisk is a good card, it is dependable and of high quality. But the price at Staples was too expensive. I found another card with 6 times the capacity, reputable manufacturer, for the same price.
Excerpt: While many in the tech arena consider these flash cards to be old, antiquated technology, being replaced by USB drives, Staples carries them. It's something that I needed to update firmware on a piece of production equipment that's 5 years old.