Reviews and Problems with Transcend CompactFlash Card (CF) 300x 4GB
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Good card, but do your homework
Phil, B&H Photo
2 weeks ago
Excerpt: I purchased one of these cards for work and it works great. Reads and writes quickly, but make sure you do your homework before you purchase. This cards is designed to write fast, but some cameras cannot write to is as fast as the card is capable. If your camera isn't able to maximize the speed this card is capable of I recommend saving some money and getting one of the slower cards.
Pros: Easy To Use, Large Capacity, Reliable Performance, Writes/Reads fast
Summary: I searched around for a compact flash drive for my Canon Xti. Online at Walmart the 32GB was priced at $31+. In store, I could only find an 8GB for $40. With site to store and the additional storage capacity, I couldn't go wrong. The drive will hold up to 5000 pics depending on the size of the files. I probably didn't need this much space but for the price it made more sense. I have taken pictures and downloaded them to my computer, so all seems to be in working order.
Excerpt: I have used Transcend cards, both CF & SD for years and have never had a card failure or lost image due to a card malfunction. I use this new 1000X card in my Nikon D800, the speed is great and it has no problem with the large file sizes this camera produces. I have used other brand name cards that are more expensive and even some much less expensive no name cards but for quality at a great price Transcend memory cards are the best buy.
Pros: Easy To Use, Great Value, Large Capacity, Reliable Performance, Writes/Reads fast
Excerpt: I know transcend gets some flack for being the lower man on the totem pole, but i have not noticed a difference between my new Transcend CF cards and my Sand Disk or Lexar Cards. I am tempted to say that my Transcend cards are faster!
Pros: Great Value, Large Capacity, Reliable Performance, Writes/Reads fast