|Item model number||ESDCFII|
|Item Weight||0.8 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||4.5 x 4.3 x 0.6 inches|
|Item Dimensions L x W x H||4.53 x 4.33 x 0.59 inches|
ESDCFII: Extreme MMC, SDHC, SD to CF Type II Adapter
|Price:||$12.99 & FREE Shipping on orders over $35. Details|
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- Converts SD memory cards into CF Type II card interface. Fits into CF type II Slot
- SD Card stores completely into the CF card adapter.
- Works w/ PDA, digital camera, printer etc. High-Speed CF interface w/ extreme performance
- SD 3.0 ready accept extFAT file system on Windows
- Support CF true IDE mode / memory mode/ IO mode
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My original adapter began failing. Err 02 would pop up every 5-10 shots or so. I bought a new one and everything is working well again. I would recommend buying two of these adapters and switching the eye-fi card back and forth as they begin to overheat. I believe the Err 02 comes from overheating and the eye-fi card shutting down. I don't know for a fact, but I think the eye-fi card has built in overheat protection and will shut itself off. I also recommend transferring the RAWs to your laptop with the eye-fi+cf-adapter through a cf reader or through your camera with a cord. I've corrupted whole cards full of RAWs by trying to connect the eye-fi card directly to the computer(mac) through the eye-fi card reader and also using a sandisk card reader. Luckily, I had the jpegs as backup. I've had no corruptions when transferring through the camera+cord to laptop or through the eye-fi+cf-adapter and cf card reader. Again, while transferring, the card will overheat and shut down. When this happens, I put the eye-fi card in to the 2nd cf-adapter and start where I left off. Sometimes I have to swap 3-4 times before I transfer all of the RAWs to lightroom. It's frustrating, but worth it.
I also DON'T recommend removing the metal plate from the card like most how-to's will tell you to do. Just keep the iPad close to your camera while they're transferring. I like to sling my camera over my shoulder and hold the iPad with the same hand while I'm walking to my next shot. Or if I can set them down, I'll put them right next to each other.Read more ›
Putting a SanDisk 16GB Extreme III 30MB/s Class 10 card, I can shoot video at 1920x1080 @ 25fps for as long as I want. Copying a big file on my computer to the card, I got ~78x. Shooting in continuous mode gives good speed for large fine JPEGs, but for raws w/o JPEGs the speed drops below usable rate once the buffer is full.
A small annoyance, which I guess is unavoidable with the SDHC & CF form factors, is that the SDHC card is inserted 90 degrees to the direction in which the adapter is inserted into the camera. That means replacing an SDHC card requires taking out the CF adapter first.
Do note this is CF Type II, so is 5mm thick. To be on the safe side, make sure your camera accepts CF Type II, and your card readers accepts either CF Type II or SD.
was able record HD video and take pictures.
I use the 7D to shoot surf photography in the water and wanted to set up a way to upload photos to Facebook while I am in the water. Why? WHY NOT!
In order to get the signal strength necessary to reach the wireless devices, I had to remove the metal shields on this CF Card Adapter. Images are now uploading quickly and consistently. I then setup my iphone (in a lifeproof case) to receive the images and then upload to my Facebook Photography page via Eye-Fi configuration. I haven't tested the configuration in the water yet, but testing to computer, iphone, and iPad were all good to go.
Bottom line: this SD to CF Adapter gets the job done and then some!
Everything works out of the box, camera has no issues recognizing the cards, formatting, doing everything you'd expect if it was a CF card. Video filming is just fine. Fast shooting is, of course, a bit slower than with CFs, but it's more of a limitation of SDHC than adapter.
In a CF to USB adapter I can read, write and format the SD card, I have tried a 2G SD and an 8G SDHC both by SanDisk.
My camera has the 1.1.1 Firmware.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Got it for my 50D - It works, although I haven't pushed it - it does well enough shooting RAW photos at a moderate pace.Published 4 months ago by David Taylor
I used this with a Class 10 SD card in my 5Dmk2 and it worked perfectly, without problems, all the time! Read morePublished 5 months ago by CFin