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Kingston Digital 64GB Ultimate CompactFlash 266x with Recovery Card (CF/64GB-U2)

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64 GB
  • Standardized - complies with CompactFlash Association specification standards
  • Economical - auto sleep mode preserves system battery life
  • Guaranteed - lifetime warranty, free technical support
  • Speed Rating 266X = up to 45MB/s read, 40MB/s write (Speed and Capacity may vary due to host and device configuration as well as formatting)
  • Windows/Mac compatible
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Capacity: 64 GB
  • Product Dimensions: 1.4 x 0.1 x 1.7 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 0.3 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
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  • ASIN: B00DUAYIUU
  • Item model number: CF/64GB-U2
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (471 customer reviews)
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  • Date first available at Amazon.com: July 10, 2013

Product Description

Capacity: 64 GB

Advanced amateurs and professional photographers need Flash memory they can count on for even the most demanding shoots. That's why Kingston enhanced our CompactFlash Ultimate cards. Kingston CompactFlash Ultimate offers an amazing write speed rating of up to 266X, making it one of our fastest cards to support high-end digital cameras and devices. It's designed to deliver superior results with fast data transfer and support for continuous shooting. With its ultra-fast transfer rates of up to 45MB/s read and 40MB/s write, you can capture more continuous, high-resolution images in less time with the CompactFlash Ultimate than with traditional CompactFlash memory cards. For added peace of mind, CompactFlash Ultimate comes with a bonus download for data recovery software from Media RECOVER. With Media RECOVER, you can recover lost or deleted files and restore corrupt files on Windows or Mac systems. To ensure that Kingston Flash memory solutions are among the performance leaders in their class, Kingston engineers select high-performance controllers as part of each card's design. Each card is 100-percent tested and you can rest assured that every CompactFlash Ultimate card has received a perfect score. Available in capacities up to 64GB, CompactFlash Ultimate offers plenty of room for capturing and storing high volumes of images in RAW, JPEG, TIFF and other large file formats. As with all Kingston Flash cards, CompactFlash Ultimate cards are backed by a lifetime warranty and the legendary reliability that makes Kingston the leader in memory.

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Customer Reviews

I'm requesting money back this time and will order a different brand.
DD1234567
I am not a professional photographer into HD movies- so the card is fast enough for sports and local shoots like kids birthdays- as fast as that can require- it works.
Kamlesh Desai
Didn't work in my camera or my guitar pedal... The camera couldn't format it ..it just read card error.
chris porostosky

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

49 of 50 people found the following review helpful By David L. Staples on March 31, 2009
Size Name: 16 GB Verified Purchase
RE the previous review, I formatted this card in a Canon 5D and found that it provided the advertised capacity. I typically use Lexar 300x cards and am satisfied with them, but I decided to try the Kingston Ultimate on the strength of its first-place recommendation in a recent review:

[...]

Into the bargain, the Kingston is quite a bit less expensive than the 300x Lexar.

I have gone to 16GB cards for the capacity but have not tried 32GB cards because, as of this writing, there are none fast enough. The real speed stops at 16GB, and slower cards (e.g. the "133x" class) will stop the camera with rapid buffer fills during extended shooting bursts. There really is a significant difference in burst length between the 133x cards and the speed-demons. As to capacity, with the 5D I can get about 900 RAWs in 16GB -- more than enough for an entire wedding, almost enough for a dance performance (which is where I need the speed). If burst speed is not an issue for you, a slower but more capacious card may be a more cost-effective choice.
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32 of 33 people found the following review helpful By Viet T. Nguyen on May 28, 2011
Size Name: 16 GB Verified Purchase
I got this memory card for my Canon EOS 7D. The data rate is sufficient for all video recording settings including 720p at 60 frames per second and 1080p at 30 frames per second. The card can hold around 600 raw photos. I ended up getting two of these in case I ran out of space. It works great, what else can I say?

Note: Be sure you format the card with the camera before you use it or else you can get some I/O issues with video recording. I've lost two video clips because of it.
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18 of 18 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on January 11, 2012
Size Name: 32 GB Verified Purchase
Purchased this for one reason and one reason only; to fix my old iPod Video (5th Gen) and convert it to CF card with Tarkan's iFlash converter. It did the job, and worked the first time. Also works with Rockbox without any of the speed faults common in slower cards.

Great card for it's price. Looks really nice (Kinda a shame it's hidden by the metal back plate of the iPod). Energy efficient (Saw a huge leap in battery life), quite, and light weight. If you are are thinking of getting this card for an iFlash conversion, fear not; this one works.

Good luck fellow iHackers!
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23 of 26 people found the following review helpful By Tracy E. Adams on June 20, 2011
Size Name: 32 GB Verified Purchase
For the past 17 months I've been using the following compact flash cards with my Canon 7D:

* Kingston 32G 133x
* Kingston 16GB 266x
* Lexar 16GB 300x

All three cards have performed flawlessly while taking video. No problems encountered while taking photos. I recently purchased an additional Lexar 16GB 300x card to record video. No problems encountered. After visiting the Kingston website to check on the price of the 32GB 133x it appeared to me that the card was discontinued. So naturally, I decided to purchase the 266x version. This card failed to record properly in the Canon 7D. Recording stopped intermittently and frequently. I have now learned that this card is not recommended for the Canon 7D via the seller's tech support.

Where I went wrong in my purchase decision:

* Because the Kingston 32GB 133x was discontinued I assumed the next version would work
* I should have done a memory search on the Kingston website based on manufacturer (Canon) not CF cards
* I assumed that because I owned a 16GB 266x card a 32GB 266x would work as well

Nevertheless, Kingston needs to do a better job of reminding people on each product page to do a product search based on a manufacturer's device support. And I need to be more careful about not assuming too much.

I've requested a RMA from the seller and await the return process.

Because I'm forced to rate the item I will give it a "3" since I have no way of knowing whether it works well on a supported device.
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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Jex on September 7, 2011
Size Name: 16 GB Verified Purchase
It's guaranteed for life, fast enough to shoot HD video continuously on a 5dmkII and 7d. It falls nicely in between the cheaper slow memory that can't keep up with video recordings and the expensive memory 3-400x that is overkill. Nice value, nuff said.
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13 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Vlatko Primorac on May 6, 2009
Size Name: 16 GB Verified Purchase
It's fast, it works too. The problem with CompactFlash cards is larger and faster they go, more likely they are to have memory problems. This one worked just fine.
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15 of 18 people found the following review helpful By Tad A. VINE VOICE on June 7, 2009
Size Name: 16 GB Verified Purchase
At the time of purchase this card is only a hair slower than some much higher priced cards of similar capacity. I would suggest googling Rob Galbraith's compact flash performance database and you can then get some measurable results to make your own comparisons from. I'm running a pretty beefy dSLR and this card doesn't bog down blasting RAW files on high speed.
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12 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Not_Computer_Dummy on May 8, 2011
Size Name: 16 GB Verified Purchase
There are lot of users offering feedback from camera stand point. I won't go over there. Instead, I'd like to offer something different. I'd like to look at it from SSD performance standpoint comparing to 4,200 rpm standard Hard drive.

One of the intends was to try putting it into a old version of Apple Air and Dell Latitude XT notebook computer, which use 1.8" ZIF type of hard drive.
It is very hard to find affordable alternative, because the selection is very limited and very expensive.

After I received this Compact flash card, I bought the adapter to convert CF to ZIf connector. To my surprise, the computer detects it fine.
I was able to install Windows XP to the system without much problem.

I have been testing it for 2 days now, comparing to my old 60GB 4,200rpm drive. To be honest, there is not much performance gain. Only noticeable difference is the boot up time is faster. (down from 90 secs to 30 secs). Shut down is about the same, not too noticeable. The key points are daily work load, and the "write" speed. To be honest, I would rate only minor improvement over the stock 4,200rpm hard dive is only a little better. It still ,sometime, stall a little when the system is doing heavier workload.

Overall, from SSD replacement point of view, I think it is "workable". For those who looks for high performance gain, I think you will be disappointed.
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