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Kingston CF/32GB-U3 Ultimate 32 GB 600X Compact Flash Card, Brown
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- Standardised - complies with CompactFlash association specification standards
- Easy: plug-and-play
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Kingston is one of the world’s leading independent memory manufacturer.
- CompactFlash Ultimate 600X at a glance:
- Ultra-fast transfer rates of up to 90 MB/sec. read and write
- Bonus Media-recover data recovery software
The Memory Card for Professional Photographers
Professional photographers need flash memory they can count on for even the most demanding shoots. CompactFlash Ultimate 600x offers sustained write speed ratings of up to 600x to support high-end digital cameras and devices. It’s designed to deliver better results with fast data transfer and support for continuous shooting.
The CompactFlash 600x card features ultra-fast transfer rates of up to 90 MB/sec. read and write, so you can capture more continuous, high-resolution images in less time than with traditional CompactFlash memory cards. For added peace of mind, CompactFlash Ultimate comes with a bonus download of data recovery software from Media-recover to let you recover lost or deleted files and restore corrupt files on Windows or Mac systems.
To ensure that Kingston flash memory solutions are among the performance leaders in their class, Kingston engineers select high-performance controllers as part of each card’s design. Each card is 100 per cent tested and you can rest assured that each and every CompactFlash Ultimate card has received a better score.
Available in capacities of up to 64GB, CompactFlash Ultimate offers plenty of room for capturing and storing high-definition video and high volumes of images in RAW, JPEG, TIFF and other large file formats.
Ultra-fast transfer rates of up to 90 MB/s read and write to support continuous shooting and the latest high-end cameras.
Capacities of up to 64 GB
Kingston CompactFlash Ultimate 600x has plenty of room for capturing and storing high-definition video and high volumes of images in RAW, JPEG, TIFF and other large file formats.
CompactFlash Ultimate comes with a bonus download of data recovery software from Media-recover to let you recover lost or deleted files and restore corrupt files.
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I have had them for quite some time now. I initially purchased 2 back in early 2012 when I upgraded to an Canon 7D. I thought if they worked then I'd buy a few more. If they didn't then I'd plunge and buy the Sandisk one's or something.
Well, I'm pleased to report they have performed 100%. Not a single corrupt file, not a problem at all.
Only one incident..and that's what has lead me to write this review.
I was shooting a wedding earlier in November and came to realised that evening that I had LOST a card...I was gutted! I had written my contact information on the cards etc so was hopeful some good samaratan would return it to me. Well, as luck would have it I went out the next morning as soon as it was light to search for the card. luckily, i found it. It was on the lawn where I was photographing the group shots. It was wet and frozen! Solid! It was covered in grass too. What's more there were signs that other weddings had taken place at the registry after the wedding I shot, so I'm suprised no-one saw it, or even stood on it.
I got it home, dried it off and inserted into my card reader. Presto! My images were all there. Still not a single corrupt image.
Pleased to say I've purchased ANOTHER one now, partly because I'm nervous that card may fail because it's been through an ordeal, partly because I was so impressed.
I have made a point to use that particlar card more than the others I have to test it. I recently went on a small family holiday to Cornwall and used that one card the entire trip. Still working.
Very impressed and I won't hesitate to buy another one.
Should add - Transfer speeds are good enough for me to fire of the maximum of 25 RAW shots on the 7D. (I say maximum because that's all the &d on firmware version 2 can do)
Seems to work well so far.
Update on above comments:-
After hearing from another Amazon customer that he could only access about half of the 16GB capacity, using a Canon digital camera, I checked on mine (Nikon E8400) and found the same...Two partitions show, but only one appears available for use. Transferring to the pc to confirm, I was eventually able to "manage" using Windows 7, back to the full 16gb but when I replaced the card in the camera, I'm back to only getting half the available shown capacity.
After long exchanges of emails to both Kingston (who insisted on asking the same questions and details several times although they'd previously been answered, including details they say OUGHT to appear printed on one side but are definitely not)raising the question whether the card is genuine or not and Nikon, it turns out that that they say '' Kingston is not an approved brand and the 8400 does not support any memory cards in GB'' which astounds me as I've been using 2gb and 4gb cards with the camera for years. Finally, today, Kingston have asked me to return the card to them for a free replacement. Certainly I call this a decent response, given that the problem may lie elsewhere...
Do not attempt to reformat the card in this camera as it will create an 8 GB partition so you will need to reformat via the PC again. It is no good choosing to erase all images either as this has the same effect as a format. However, if you go to the Menu and choose Protect you can protect a single image from being erased. This way you can choose to erase all images but the protected one remains thus preventing a format happening.
Seems to be working ok for now.
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