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MyMemory 16GB 133X PRO Compact Flash Card

Our new MyMemory 133X PRO Compact Flash cards have a minimum sustained read speed of 20MB per second offering high performace at an amazing price.

4% quidco too :) cheap cheap
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#1
great price, cheaper than most 8gb cards of this speed :)
#2
Thats an impressive bargain, voted HOT. Ill expect this to get some serious heat...
#3
Xeres
Thats an impressive bargain, voted HOT. Ill expect this to get some serious heat...


I certainly hope so. Its slowly getting there. Just need more people to look in the "discussed" tab :p
#4
Looks good.
Not sure whether to buy that one or the Kingston they have for £21.
Looking at the speed the Kingston is much faster

Speed 25MB/sec. read, 20MB/sec. write

Compared to

Speed Up to 20MB/sec. read rate and up to 9MB/sec write rate

Just a shame it's out of stock
#5
I bought the Kingston a while ago, for my DSLR. It's an impressive card.
#6
But Kingston is branded, this seems unbranded, apples and oranges?

I bought a 4Gb SanDisk Extreme III for the same price as this card last weekend for my Digital SLR, have we any reviews of this actual card? Or what make is it really under the rebranding?
#7
I've used Kingston a lot and can recommend them. Good speed. Never used MyMemory so can't comment. Still a good price for a 16Gb card.
#8
have the 8gig ones of these. i never use them for pro shoots but they're great for my other cameras
#9
Dr Zoidberg;4476889
Looks good.
Not sure whether to buy that one or the Kingston they have for £21.
Looking at the speed the Kingston is much faster

Speed 25MB/sec. read, 20MB/sec. write

Compared to

Speed Up to 20MB/sec. read rate and up to 9MB/sec write rate

Just a shame it's out of stock


I'd go for the Kingston at a few pounds more as the mymemory card is somewhat misleading, it's not really a 133x card at all as it only writes at half the speed.

John
#10
it's cheap, BUT 16gb is a lot to 'potentially' lose, especially for a photographer.

i think I'll stick to my Sandisk Extreme III's :thumbsup:
#11
toonarmani;4478258
it's cheap, BUT 16gb is a lot to 'potentially' lose, especially for a photographer.


Not if you use RAW at 10mbyte/picture, and I usually snap off three of everything so I can later pick the best. That only leaves room for 500ish photos :-) If you were using a 25megapixel full frame, it'd only be 200 on there.....
#12
I have a couple of these, they are reliable and impressive, but I have to agree with Toonarmani, it is to much to loose if the card fails, I do sports photography at various Premiership games and I would never risk using above 8gb.

But I have used these for a long time, reliable and strong... and the reason I bought these is because they where the only ones I could get at the time after my Sandisk Extreme III's failed !
#13
sorry, meant to say VOTED HOT!
#14
I've heard from a reliable source that compact flash is dead!! :p
#15
frakison
I've heard from a reliable source that compact flash is dead!! :p


my new camera would beg to differ :O
#16
frakison
I've heard from a reliable source that compact flash is dead!! :p


Don't start :-D There was enough discussion on the 8Gb card from 7dayshop earlier.

The Kingston seems to be in stock, so could be a better alternative for the extra £3.

Kingston just replaced a memory module from my Mac, very good service.
#17
toonarmani
it's cheap, BUT 16gb is a lot to 'potentially' lose, especially for a photographer.

i think I'll stick to my Sandisk Extreme III's :thumbsup:


Losing 16gb of photos would be painful, but if you think it wouldn't require the swapping out you might have to do with several smaller cards, there's less chance to lose/damage the card :)
#18
I have a few Mymemory cards and certainly don't have any issues from a reliability point of view as I have put the 4GB CF cards (also the slower write) through a lot of use. However with the choice of this 16GB card or spend a few more pounds on the Kingston and I'm glad I went with the latter as the camera can clear its buffer noticeably quicker. If the price difference was large I would have gone with the Mymemory card and bought a cheaper UDMA card when I needed the speed however as it is I think for general use the Kingston is a better buy. Obviously if you're not using the buffer at all on the camera then you may as well save a few pounds and stick with the mymemory card.

John
#19
i seem to have issues with the equivalent 8GB version. My camera is fine with it but my card reader built into my 2006 HP pc seems to not like it and corrupts the data - luckily didn't lose any photos was testing it before hand! Not sure if its a problem the card or the reader though as my 4GB card does not have a problem....
#20
Diekund
my new camera would beg to differ :O


Have a look at the prevoius CF thread, it was actually meant as a joke :thumbsup:
#21
twe
i seem to have issues with the equivalent 8GB version. My camera is fine with it but my card reader built into my 2006 HP pc seems to not like it and corrupts the data - luckily didn't lose any photos was testing it before hand! Not sure if its a problem the card or the reader though as my 4GB card does not have a problem....


This is my concern with so much storage, if it goes wrong would the usual recovery programs be able to get the pix back?? (I have one that reports to be able to recover damaged CDs and flash drives).
#22
Depends what goes wrong with it, if there's corruption on the drive then recovery software can work around this however if the drive physically fails then it's likely the data is gone. Any problems I've hit with memory cards in recent years has been software corruption issues due to swapping between cameras, by ensuring the card is formatted in camera before us this has meant no more of these errors.

John
#23
I bought 4 x 8GB Kingstones from 7dayshop for the camera, even 8gb is a concern to lose but on RAW I need them. I wouldn't use these 16GB ones for shooting anything important but could be handy in an mp3 player etc.. good price for the size.
#24
frakison
I've heard from a reliable source that compact flash is dead!! :p


Perhaps you should tell that to Canon and Nikon. Especially as they are selling £5k cameras with dual CF slots.
#25
fwgx
Perhaps you should tell that to Canon and Nikon. Especially as they are selling £5k cameras with dual CF slots.


And you joined just say that??? IT WAS A JOKE based on the content of a previous thread. I have a Canon 400d which ALSO uses CF!! :whistling:
#26
Diekund
my new camera would beg to differ :O


I wouldn't be surprised. May be this is the lowest it can go before they went into extinction in which price would go up again (due to shortage of supply)? Should I buy now or wait for further price drop? :oops:

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