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* SanDisk Extreme III 4 GB CompactFlash card
* Fast memory perfect for professional-standard photography
* Designed to function in extreme conditions
* SanDisk RescuePRO software included
* Limited lifetime manufacturer warranty
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http://g-ecx.images-amazon.com/images/G/02/ciu/f8/34/726236c622a03f28b891d110.L.jpg
#2
Goes well with the Sony A200 deal pity I already ordered this card a few days ago for £14.53.
http://www.hotukdeals.com/forums/showthread.php?t=264830&page=7
#3
ordered one of these with my a200 last night. hot
#4
got this one already and it goes well with my 40D... and now just ordered another 2 so no need for laptop or portable storage which very expensive compared this.... travelling next week taking photos would be exciting with sandisk.

Voted hot and thanks.
#5
Not sure if these are the newer faster 30mb/sec ones or the slower older ones. The newer ones are on picstop.co.uk for £17.99 if you need faster read/write speed. Only really applicable if you're a pro using a camera with fast fps. Picstop are usually the cheapest for compact flash cards on the web and provide a great service. This is still a great price though - even better if they are the newer model (not sure where you got the bigger picture from as that's of the newer model).

Cheers,
Greg
#6
someone has confirmed this is the faster one
#7
Can you believe that Jessops is asking £49.99 for this same card??!!!!
#8
According to Jessops description:

anDisk Extreme III CompactFlash are designed exclusively for professional photographers who work under extreme conditions and expect the very best in products and support services.

Advanced Features:

* [COLOR=DarkRed]A minimum of 20MB/sec*[/COLOR] sequential write and read speed, which allows for faster capturing of large image files to the card, faster viewing of images and faster data transfer rates.
*Based on SanDisk internal testing. 1 megabyte = 1 million bytes.
* Features ESP Technology (Enhanced Super-Parallel Processing Technology), which provides best-in-class performance.
* SanDisk Extreme III CompactFlash cards are tested in extreme temperature ranges from -13 to +185 degrees Fahrenheit so that they can be used to shoot photos in any weather condition.
* SanDisk Extreme III CompactFlash cards are shock and vibration tested with industrial-grade RTV included, which is designed for rugged use.
* Backed by Sandisk's 10 year limited warranty
* In addition, these cards are packaged with a mini-CD for data recovery software, RescuePRO, to recover photos that are accidentally deleted. A dedicated technical support line is available for our direct customers of SanDisk Extreme III products, and the support from this hotline will receive priority service. Lastly, these cards also include a travel case to help photographers keep their memory cards organized.
#9
wiltonson, who's confirmed it's the faster one? As Greg says the photo of the faster, 30MB/s version, posted by Sale above, doesn't confirm it's the one being sold by Amazon or not.

The main photo on Amazon is of the slower, 20MB/s, version. A customer has then added the image Sale has used, but this doesn't mean it's an actual picture of the version being sold by the Amazon merchant.

I'd be interested in ordering this if it's the 30MB/s version, also for a Canon 40D.
#10
Is speed really that important? I bought a 133x MyMemory 16GB card for £20 - using it in my A200 and it doesnt seem to have that much difference in loading and saving photos than with my "higher speed" Kingston CF card.
#11
PS2035
wiltonson, who's confirmed it's the faster one? As Greg says the photo of the faster, 30MB/s version, posted by Sale above, doesn't confirm it's the one being sold by Amazon or not.
.


http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/257688/sandisk-compactflash-4gb-extreme-ii/
#12
Jeff
Is speed really that important? I bought a 133x MyMemory 16GB card for £20 - using it in my A200 and it doesnt seem to have that much difference in loading and saving photos than with my "higher speed" Kingston CF card.


i suspect it won't for most users, but it would become more important if you're shooting in raw and on the higher mega pixel cameras possibly the A350 but it'll certainly become an issue for the 25mp A900
#13
This is NOT the faster one!!! Notice what's on Amazon page: # Item model number: SDCFX3-004G-E31 # ASIN: B0007QU7NM # Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 3 Mar 2003 Alhtought this card is being sold as Sandisk on Amazon, as you can see on Sandisk official website that model doens't appear when you search for it. Only the bellow one is available and costs 99 pounds!! http://www.sandisk.co.uk/Products/Item(1182)-SDCFX3-4096-902-SanDisk_Extreme_III_CompactFlash4GB.aspx But still 13,24 is a great price!
#14
many reviews site seems to show all the card rating is not always showing the true performance. This Sandisk seems to write much faster with the Sony A200. From my previous experience with SD Extreme 3 with Pentax SLR is much faster than my OCZ 150x SD card.
#15
duffydj
This is NOT the faster one!!! Notice what's on Amazon page: # Item model number: SDCFX3-004G-E31 # ASIN: B0007QU7NM # Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 3 Mar 2003 Alhtought this card is being sold as Sandisk on Amazon, as you can see on Sandisk official website that model doens't appear when you search for it. Only the bellow one is available and costs 99 pounds!! http://www.sandisk.co.uk/Products/Item(1182)-SDCFX3-4096-902-SanDisk_Extreme_III_CompactFlash4GB.aspx But still 13,24 is a great price!


Don't know what to believe, but the other guy in another thread confirm he got the 30MB/s card couple of weeks ago.
#16
I am seeking a usb card reader. I don't want to spend a lot of money. I have one but is only working with usb 1.1. I have to wait an eternity to download the photos to the laptop. Any suggestions, please?
#17
wiltonson
Don't know what to believe, but the other guy in another thread confirm he got the 30MB/s card couple of weeks ago.


Yeah. It's difficult to confirm, because they don't post that information on the page. I believe they do it on purpose..

If this is (was) the fastest why would they have the Extreme II here:
http://www.amazon.co.uk/SANDISK-ULTRA-II-4GB-CARD/dp/B0007QU6ZQ/ref=acc_glance__ai_-2_2_tit

And the price is the same as the Extreme III

Even though I believe is a good deal, as the card is Sandisk=reliable
#18
PS2035
wiltonson, who's confirmed it's the faster one? As Greg says the photo of the faster, 30MB/s version, posted by Sale above, doesn't confirm it's the one being sold by Amazon or not.

The main photo on Amazon is of the slower, 20MB/s, version. A customer has then added the image Sale has used, but this doesn't mean it's an actual picture of the version being sold by the Amazon merchant.

I'd be interested in ordering this if it's the 30MB/s version, also for a Canon 40D.



But that photo is on Amazon next to the card..Or they are trying to fool everyone or was a "photo" mistake
#19
Having ordered received two of these recently I can confirm it is the 30 mb/s version.

Great price
#20
I guess we'll all find out the true speed when they start turning up tomorrow (hope everyone signed up for the AmazonPrime free trial!).

Ordered two to replace my current 256mb Ultra II's.

Good find.

Paul.
#21
Worfthedog
I guess we'll all find out the true speed when they start turning up tomorrow (hope everyone signed up for the AmazonPrime free trial!).

Ordered two to replace my current 256mb Ultra II's.

Good find.

Paul.


What is the AmazonPrime free trial?
#22
duffydj
What is the AmazonPrime free trial?


AmazonPrime is basically their next day/express delivery service. I think it's either £49 or £50 a year but somewhere on the Amazon homepage should be a link to a months free trial (it was there yesterday) as long as you cancel before the month is up you'll pay nothing.

Works too the order I made yesterday got here this morning so with any luck the CF's should be with me tomorrow.

Paul.
#23
HOT shoot ordered earlier elsewhere £17 shoot!
#24
I have this card and it's superb.. if you shoot RAW speed matters.. at this price is hot as hell...
#25
Nearly bought a couple on play a few days back, glad I waited. Good find. Heat and rep added.
#26
Great deal, just ordered a couple of these.
banned#27
just ordered another one. bought 2 a month ago off amazon was £16 then. my brother uses this type for his cannon 40d, me a sony a350.
#28
Got 2 of these from Play - arrived today. Unfortunately they cost me £14.99 each, although I got £1.20 Quidco for my trouble. They are the faster cards.

That said, I already had an older Extreme III for my Sony A200 DSLR, and it's a fantastic card. Continuous shooting 'til the cows come home.
#29
H&R added,thnx!
#30
That "other guy" is my friend (Budmanuk). So, I know he's not the type to lie that he got a 30mb card. He was telling me I should get one of these when they were £15 and because of this price, I got one! Guess what? It says on the front it's the 30MB card! I've enclosed a pic to show this...

http://i138.photobucket.com/albums/q260/imdurc/IMG_0472-edited.jpg

And the pic of the card on the box (Featuring 30MB on it) matches the actual card inside! Btw, thanks to those that advised using the Amazon Prime service - I ordered early afternoon yesterday and it arrived around 10am today! :w00t: Fantastic and even better that I can cancel the service before the trial is up. Loving it!!
#31
confirmed.. 30mb/s/200x read and write... just received mine 2pcs.
#32
Even though these are now £14.99, PC World will price match (as everyone knows) and them have them for £54.99.

The difference is £40, therefore the price match price is £11.99.
#33
Tyler Durden;3543211
Even though these are now £14.99, PC World will price match (as everyone knows) and them have them for £54.99.

The difference is £40, therefore the price match price is £11.99.


Don't think this is true any more unfortunately.

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