Transcend Compact Flash (CF) 133X Card 16GB - 7DayShop £18.25 - HotUKDeals
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Best price for a branded 16GB 133X Card. Transcend CompactFlash cards operate in both dual-channel and Ultra DMA mode 4, great for DSLR cameras.

Features
- Ultra-fast 133X performance with dual-channel support
- Data transfer rate: 21.5MB/sec(Max)*
- Supports Ultra DMA mode 0-4
- CompactFlash 4.0 compliant
- Built-in hardware ECC technology for detecting and correcting errors
- ATA interface
- Low power consumption
- Multi-platform compatibility
- Lifetime Warranty
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#1
looks good, thanks for the post
#2
Paid £15 for an 8GB card a few months ago! Great price!
#3
I just ordered the Duracell CompactFlash (CF) Memory Card - 8GB - Pro Photo UDMA 300X for £20. OK it's out of stock but hopefully they will get stock soon and honour the price.
I must have skipped this card thinking it was only 8GB. Excellent deal, well spotted.
#4
not great for dslr, need more speed than that unless your a one shot wonder
#5
So is ultrafast not, er, ultrafast?
1 Like #6
Depends on the dslr. Works fine on canon 5dmkii.

If you are shooting bursts then the camera just caches and writes whilst you use the cameras other functiond.

Video at hd 1080p is also no probs.

Originally I bought some cheapo cards for back up but I've ended up using as normal and interchanging with my more expensive cf without performance issues.
#7
Exactly, buy normal cards for normal shooting, fine if you have a decent camera. Then have a smaller high speed card for those days you need speed.

Unless you shoot alot of motorsport or sport then I doubt anyone 'needs' high speed cards all the time.

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