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SanDisk 8GB Extreme CompactFlash Card 400x £46.99 DELIVERED @ 7DAYSHOP
SanDisk 8GB Extreme CompactFlash Card 400x £46.99 DELIVERED @ 7DAYSHOP

SanDisk 8GB Extreme CompactFlash Card 400x £46.99 DELIVERED @ 7DAYSHOP

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SanDisk have brought out an amazing 400x Write Speed card, so you can take pictures using your cameras full buffer capacity.

These cards are meant for the professional market, you wont see much difference on performance in your standard digital camera, but to be honest, how many comapcts take CF cards any more?

This also transfers data from the card to the computer at up to 60mb/s.

Next best price is around the £60 mark. Even eBay can't touch this price!


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SanDisk Extreme CompactFlash Memory Cards provide professional 60MB per second read/write performance for discerning photographers and motion picture artists. Ultra Direct Memory Access 5 (UDMA-5), Enhanced Super-Parallel Processing (ESP), and proprietary Power Core Controller Technology ensure class-leading 400x performance with unparalleled quality and compatibility. When paired with an UDMA compliant DSLR, SanDisk Extreme Cards guarantee fast, consistent capture of photo and video.

The all-new Power Core Controller is SanDisk's fourth generation design using advanced firmware algorithms to enhance read/write speed and endurance. ECC Engine Technology has improved four-fold over the previous generation - enhancing stability and performance.

SanDisk Extreme cards feature RTV silicone coating for added protection against moisture and humidity. Tested to perform in extreme cold to hot environments (-13° to 185°F / -25°C to 85°C), Extreme cards are subject to rigorous stress, shock, and vibration testing.

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It's cheaper on play.com 44.99 - 5% RAC -quidco.

Sharpe;6997262

It's cheaper on play.com 44.99 - 5% RAC -quidco.



thats extreme iii my friend (30mb/s) while this one is extreme udma (60mb/s)

These are the just released line. They come in "Extreme" and "Ultra" flavours.

This is actually only 3 quid cheaper than RRP so not much of a deal, but the RRP is lower than people expect compared to older cards.

What are the benefits of these?
I use extreme lll's with my D2H cameras and have never had a problem with buffers.

Faster read and write, so quicker transfer from camera to card, and card to computer (dependent on other hardware used).

The biggest target market is DSLRs with HD video capabilities that support UDMA.

ezak2211;7000421

thats extreme iii my friend (30mb/s) while this one is extreme udma … thats extreme iii my friend (30mb/s) while this one is extreme udma (60mb/s)



Nope, Play do the 60MB/s version for £44.99 and it has been this price since they listed it a few weeks ago.

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ezak2211;7000421

thats extreme iii my friend (30mb/s) while this one is extreme udma … thats extreme iii my friend (30mb/s) while this one is extreme udma (60mb/s)



As charlie12 points out you are wrong. The Extreme 30mb/s is 29.99 when its back in stock.

my bad then :oops:

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neilc;7000961

What are the benefits of these?I use extreme lll's with my D2H cameras … What are the benefits of these?I use extreme lll's with my D2H cameras and have never had a problem with buffers.



The D2H is a 4MP camera so wont have much difficulties with buffers as the D2h was aimed for sports and reportage where lots of images needed to be taken quickly, hence why they kept the megapixies down.

If you were shooting 8fps with 12mp then the buffer would max out pretty quick.


And fair doo's on the play price, I stand corrected.
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