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SanDisk SDCFXP-128G-X46 128GB Extreme Pro 100MB/s UDMA-7 CompactFlash
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|Designed for professionals who shoot the highest quality RAW photos and high-definition videos. View larger.|
Large Storage Capacity for High-Quality Files
The SanDisk Extreme Pro CompactFlash Memory Cards were designed for professionals who shoot the highest quality RAW photos and high-definition videos, and need the large capacities that these files demand. The SanDisk Extreme Pro CompactFlash Memory Card comes in capacities up to 128GB1, so you won't have to worry about running out of space.
Fast, Reliable Performance for Professional Quality
Professionals and enthusiasts who want to get the most out of their advanced equipment will love the SanDisk Extreme Pro CompactFlash Memory Cards. The cards feature lightning-fast speeds (up to 100MB/s* for 128GB1 card; up to 90MB/s* for 16, 32 and 64GB1 cards) to capture more continuous burst shooting and keep up with Full HD† video recording. Each card is Video Performance Guarantee enabled, which ensures Full HD† video recording at 20MB/s* minimum sustained write speed.
The cards feature the SanDisk Power Core Controller and Enhanced Super-Parallel Processing Technology, which distributes image data across the card more rapidly and efficiently to take whatever your camera's buffer can dish out. The card is UDMA-6 enabled and works in all UDMA modes.
Designed for Extreme Environments
SanDisk designed the solid-state cards to work in adverse environments, so you can travel anywhere with them. The cards have an RTV silicon coating that provides protection, and are backed by rigorous stress, shock, and vibration tests. They are designed to perform from -25 to 85 degrees Celsius, so whether you're in the desert or the Arctic tundra, you'll get the shots you want.
All SanDisk products are constructed to the highest possible standards, and rigorously tested at every stage of production, so you can be confident in the outstanding quality, performance and reliability of every SanDisk product.
At SanDisk, we understand that everyone has different needs. So we've ensured that there’s a flash memory product that’s right for you – whether you’re an occasional photographer or a seasoned professional.
The SanDisk Extreme Pro CompactFlash Memory Card is backed by a limited lifetime warranty**.
What's in the Box?
SanDisk Extreme Pro CompactFlash Memory Card (128GB1) and jewel case.
11 gigabyte (GB) = 1 billion bytes. Some capacity not available for data storage.
2Approximations: results will vary based on file size, resolution, compression, bit rate, content, host device, pre-loaded files and other factors. Based on a 12 megapixel (MP) point & shoot camera.
†Full HD video (1920x1080x30fps), HD (1280x720x30fps) and 3D video support may vary based upon host device, file size, resolution, compression, bit rate, content and other factors. See www.sandisk.com/HD
*Up to stated speed, based on SanDisk internal testing. Performance may be lower depending upon host device. 1 megabyte (MB) = 1 million bytes. X = 150KB/sec.
**Lifetime warranty in regions not recognising "limited" warranty. 30-year warranty in Germany and Canada.
1 x Sandisk 128GB Extreme Compact Flash Card 100MB/s
Top Customer Reviews
It almost makes the 6 (RAW) shot buffer on an EOS 7D a thing of the past as it seems to increase to a more usable 9-10 shots before it slows down - and even when it does slow down, it still seems to be usable. On JPEG only, the buffer is now effectively endless although I'm not going to take several hundred shots at 8fps just to find out for sure!
Though I'm more than happy with the performance increase it's brought to the 7D, where it really is a game-changer is with a ridiculously quick card reader. I bought a Lexar Professional USB 3.0 Dual Slot Reader to go with it (although obviously you'd also need a USB 3.0 port to plug it into)...
Downloading ~16GB from a CF card used to take between 10 mins (Sandisk Extreme III 30MB/s) and 25 mins (Kingston Elite Pro 133x) on a non-UDMA Firewire 400 card reader. It now takes just 3 minutes and downloads at a fairly constant 80MB/s. That's close enough to the rated 90MB/s for me!
It's not exactly a cheap buy but with the right gear, it's a seriously quick card and worth every penny.
Used both (formatted in camera first) for a football match, saving RAW to the CF and small jpeg to the SDHC as always and all seemed fine...until i tried to download images!
To cut a long story short, the SDHC was fine, but the CF card was not.
Corrupted i think is the word used a lot! Tried every way to d/l images, from camera via usb cable, usb3 card reader but could only download 9 RAW files which i was only able to retrieve by formatting the card again then using the rescue software, btw this took two and a half hours!!!! for nine images!!!!!
I will be sending the card back for a replacement, no point moaning that sandisk are rubbish, sure this was a one off.
Bad luck i lost 300+ RAW images from the match, but lucky i save to separate card if only to jpeg.
Goes to show even the best (allegedly)can sometimes go wrong!
Creates endless amounts of beautiful photos - take as many as you want and have them ready to be processed on your computer with in mere minutes!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I can always find what I'm looking for on Amazon at a better price :-) ...Great Product.Published 11 months ago by David Blake
Faultless performance. Sadly starting to look very dated because of its size.Published 12 months ago by APCChelmsford
Purchased this a few years ago before I went backpacking across Asia. Lots of use in difficult environments - dust, sand, pollution, dirt etc. Read morePublished 19 months ago by LK
Use it in my high end Nikon, and it's fine. I've always used Sandisk, and never been let down. It copes with a high megapixel rate, and works a treat when shooting multiple... Read morePublished 22 months ago by Len
These cards are great. i use this with a Nikon D810 which places great demands on the write speed - and so far it has been great.Published on 24 Jun. 2015 by Robert G. Rae