Reviews and Problems with Kingston Ultimate CompactFlash
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Love this card!
M. East ""Semper Fi"", Amazon
5 May 2014
Summary: I am a professional photographer and use this card as my main compact flash card. It has a fast transfer speed and the reliability has been superb. This is my second card and I'm about to get my third. I think for the value, this is the best deal out there on compact flash.
Works Well with Nikon D700, but not much faster than the 266X
Dr. W. C. Wu, Amazon
1 May 2014
Summary: I believe the D700 camera body has a buffer, so that drives the read and write speed. This 600X "supposed" to be faster when you dump your files to the computer, but I found in my particular set up the 266x is maybe only 5% slower on doing those tasks. I saved my money and bought more 266x instead of this one.
Summary: As a photograher I need my images to download quickly. It's definitely not the fastest out there but it is a durable card at a really affordable price. The speed is pretty good too. I have used Kingston cards for years. Never ran into any problems.
Summary: This review is for the Kingston Digital CompactFlash Ultimate 600x 32 GB Flash Drive. I have been using this card for my short films. All of my takes/clips are 3 minutes or less and I have not had any issues with writing or reading. I have not used this card for photography. I will run some photography tests in the future and update the review then. But for filmmaking, the card transfers quickly, even though it may not reach the 600x speed.
Kingston's Fastest: A Kingston Technology Digital CompactFlash Ultimate 600x 32 GB Flash Drive CF/32GB-U3 Review
L. T. Beasimer "www.LBphoto.net", Amazon
10 April 2013
Summary: With fast shooting high mega pixel digital cameras, the CompactFlash memory card can be a major performance factor, especially now that many DSLR cameras include video capture. Why would anyone bother purchasing an expensive DSLR camera and use a slow CompactFlash memory card? I'd rather take advantage of a high performance CompactFlash memory card than become frustrated with shutter slowdowns and time consuming image transfers.
Maybe not as fast as they claim but it seems dependable to me
Timothy B. Riley, Amazon
7 April 2013
Summary: I am a semi-professional photography and I take my selection of memory cards very seriously. I have had some bad experiences with some brands of cards and I can't take a risk of using an undependable card. When I got the chance to try this Kingston compact flash card I was a little dubious but I thought that I could run it through it's paces before using it for something important.