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Duracell 16GB 600 x Speed ProPhoto CompactFlash
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- Duracell Flash 16GB ProPhoto Compact Flash Memory Card perfect for capturing hi-resolution digital images or digital video;
- 600x Allows read speeds up to 90MB/s;
- For rapid fire photo and video;
- Perfect for SLR Cameras;
- Full 10 Year Warranty
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Size Name: 16GB
Duracell PRO Photo 600X UDMA technology Compact Flash Memory Card brand new delivered in full Duracell retail packaging carrying a 5 year manufacturer warranty
The Duracell Flash Pro Photo CF cards optimize recording performance to ensure that you capture more hi-resolution digital images.The speed capabilities of these cards are optimised for photo.Perfect for the latest Digital HD Video Recorders and SLR Cameras.High speed for high-end digital photography.See all Product description
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Unpackaged as soon as I got it and threw it in my 5D mk ii - it writes and reads video amazingly - Perfect for shooting on.
I have one large issue however, which may occour in others it may not! - my card reads 29.8 gb of space - NOT 32GB.
This card was very well priced and has never failed to do it's job over thousands of shots
10 Sept. 1012: After further research, I have found that the camera doesn't seem to be happy about recognising any of the cards that I have tried after they have been formatted in-camera*, but they work just fine when used straight from the pack. I am unable to find any reports of a similar experience, so it's very possible that it's my D800 that has this 'quirk'.
* I haven't been brave enough to check whether they will be recognised if they're formatted via my PC. If it ain't broke, don't fix it!!!
I have rarely used this card, probably about 400-500 photos taken with it only about 6months old. Then used it at Silverstone this year, and found the write speed awful, so put in my smaller SanDisk 4GB (30mb write) card & noticed an immediate response in write improvement. I use a Canon 7d so if the card can take it I should be able to machine gun if needed.
This really didn't bother me too much, as I thought I can still use it for a walkabout card, due to the large capacity it will save me swapping card over on holiday or days out etc. Then I got home tried to import all the cool pics I took of the F1 cars, drivers parade etc. ......then I get an error message that the card cannot be read.
I am so glad it was F1 cars & not my newborn baby girls it failed on, I would be marching to see that bunny & making a stew with him!
Moral, dont bother. Stick to brands that actually make cards, its the old saying 'you get what you pay for'. If you are into semi-pro photography & have forked out a bit on glass & half decent camera, then stick to that trend with your cards!
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