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Lexar Professional 1066x Speed 160MB/s CompactFlash Memory Card - 32 GB at Amazon for £22.99

£22.99 @ Amazon
Just ordered 2 of these. Was going to get the sandisk equivalent but at this price I thought it was a bargain. Hope this helps someone :-) Read More
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Just ordered 2 of these. Was going to get the sandisk equivalent but at this price I thought it was a bargain. Hope this helps someone :-)
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#1
I always loved the shape and size, something you can feel. I wish I had a device, HOT
#2
Great price as £43.99 on My Memory
#3
A good card to use on the battle field :)
#4
Very good price, can see pricing from.£45 to £74 elsewhere.

Just wasted 2 16gb cards having raw switched on as well as jpeg at a wedding, so 2 of these would be better at this price. Thank you.
#5
Thanks, OP! Excellent price point - bought a couple. Beats B&H or Adorama (who I usually have deliver to my daughter in the US - paid equivalent of £72 for a 32 + 32 1066 twin-pack before a trip over last month). Since I'm 100mb in (75mb RAW + 25mb jpeg) for every shot, I can soon get through a card on a trip!
#6
My Nikon D800 takes both SD and CF, why should I be buying this? (I have 128G SD in the camera just now)
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WalterSmith
My Nikon D800 takes both SD and CF, why should I be buying this? (I have 128G SD in the camera just now)

I have D3s and D4s so not sure if same applies, however dual slots allows either an immediate back up of your images (mirrored cards) or dual use: i.e. slot 1 RAW, slot 2 JPG
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WalterSmith
My Nikon D800 takes both SD and CF, why should I be buying this? (I have 128G SD in the camera just now)
If you have to ask, you don't need it. It does beg the question, what are you doing with a full frame dslr...?
#9
Great price, thanks!
#10
goodgrr
WalterSmith
My Nikon D800 takes both SD and CF, why should I be buying this? (I have 128G SD in the camera just now)
I have D3s and D4s so not sure if same applies, however dual slots allows either an immediate back up of your images (mirrored cards) or dual use: i.e. slot 1 RAW, slot 2 JPG

Keeping RAW and jpegs on separate cards is what I find the most helpful way to use the two slots in my EOS (Canon - solely existing so that Nikon owners have something to aspire to ;) )

Edited By: kennethsross on Aug 31, 2016 11:12
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eatmorefish
WalterSmith
My Nikon D800 takes both SD and CF, why should I be buying this? (I have 128G SD in the camera just now)
If you have to ask, you don't need it. It does beg the question, what are you doing with a full frame dslr...?

Cheeky! Was thinking along the lines of ... much less prone to corruption than SD, easier to recover from corruption, etc.
#12
WalterSmith
My Nikon D800 takes both SD and CF, why should I be buying this? (I have 128G SD in the camera just now)
Basically, it will make your camera quicker and more responsive.
CF can transfer data faster than the SD so your camera's buffer will clear faster following a burst giving you a slightly higher sustained frame rate. It will also make image review quicker when you are looking at your pictures.
To be honest with you, I would be a little concerned having 128GB worth of images on a single SD in case the card became faulty.
Saving the RAW to CF and the JPEG's to SD is great practice. That way, if something goes wrong, you have a backup.
http://www.cameramemoryspeed.com/nikon-d800/fastest-memory-sd-cf-card-tests/
#13
Cheers OP just purchased.
Heat added!
#14
eatmorefish
WalterSmith
My Nikon D800 takes both SD and CF, why should I be buying this? (I have 128G SD in the camera just now)
If you have to ask, you don't need it. It does beg the question, what are you doing with a full frame dslr...?
Maybe he's shooting videos using some external device. Good price though.
#15
I've bought them as a back up in case my sd card fails at a shoot. I know it slows it down a little but that doesn't concern me. On another note, can anyone recommend a decent battery pack. I need it for my nexus 5x, MacBook and iPad. Appreciate any advice. :-)
#16
pandy
I've bought them as a back up in case my sd card fails at a shoot. I know it slows it down a little but that doesn't concern me. On another note, can anyone recommend a decent battery pack. I need it for my nexus 5x, MacBook and iPad. Appreciate any advice. :-)


The 28Ah beast from Aukey. Find it on Amazon.
#17
kennethsross
pandy
I've bought them as a back up in case my sd card fails at a shoot. I know it slows it down a little but that doesn't concern me. On another note, can anyone recommend a decent battery pack. I need it for my nexus 5x, MacBook and iPad. Appreciate any advice. :-)
The 28Ah beast from Aukey. Find it on Amazon.
Thanks but to be honest I'm not looking to spend that much. £30 max I think
#18
eatmorefish
WalterSmith
My Nikon D800 takes both SD and CF, why should I be buying this? (I have 128G SD in the camera just now)
If you have to ask, you don't need it. It does beg the question, what are you doing with a full frame dslr...?
Typical geek elitist answer. Why can't someone own something and learn?

Mess up, take bad photos and enjoy.

To say "your not worthy" is the biggest scourge in photography.
#19
coathanger
eatmorefish
WalterSmith
My Nikon D800 takes both SD and CF, why should I be buying this? (I have 128G SD in the camera just now)
If you have to ask, you don't need it. It does beg the question, what are you doing with a full frame dslr...?
Typical geek elitist answer. Why can't someone own something and learn?
Mess up, take bad photos and enjoy.
To say "your not worthy" is the biggest scourge in photography.
If you want to learn photography, get a d3300 or 100D. If you flaunt your 36mp full frame on here while asking the difference between CF and SD cards you can expect a gentle teasing.
Now go and take some photos. :D
#20
eatmorefish
coathanger
eatmorefish
WalterSmith
My Nikon D800 takes both SD and CF, why should I be buying this? (I have 128G SD in the camera just now)
If you have to ask, you don't need it. It does beg the question, what are you doing with a full frame dslr...?
Typical geek elitist answer. Why can't someone own something and learn?
Mess up, take bad photos and enjoy.
To say "your not worthy" is the biggest scourge in photography.
If you want to learn photography, get a d3300 or 100D. If you flaunt your 36mp full frame on here while asking the difference between CF and SD cards you can expect a gentle teasing.
Now go and take some photos. :D


not even 750d mate?

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