Reviews and Problems with Transcend CompactFlash 300X
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Value for money 8
Overall quality 10
Works in Older Products
9 February 2014
Summary: I use this compact flash card in a digital recorder connected to my church's sound system. We've had the recorder for several years, enough time for the CF standards to change. I recently decided to have multiple cards and bring one home on Sunday afternoon rather the entire recorder (in case I forget to drop it off if I need to be away).
Summary: This is an older Type 1 CF card and works just fine with my older Nikon. Newer high-capacity CF cards may not work with older cameras, and I am glad this card is still in stock. Worked fine, and was delivered promptly. Good value for the money. Would use them again.
Summary: I needed the card for a digital multitracker music recorder, and the card works great. The recorder comes with a 128Meg memory card and that's not enough for one good song with multiple music tracks. But 2 GB sure is, and the price was the best to be found anywhere. So, I'm pleased with the purchase.
Pros: The Transcend CF cards have been proven to be highly reliable cards, we own hundreds of them and have yet to have a failure. The write speeds are acceptable but not lightning, and the read speeds are pretty good.
Cons: The cons- you should be making your purchases from another vendor. Newegg isn't what they used to be, and their customer service is horrible. If you need help with your order after the sale good luck. I have even had trouble placing orders- and they don't seem to care or want my business. I would gladly pay a few cents more elsewhere to get a company that offers service and support, and shows an interest in their "valued customer".