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16GB PixelFlash SuperSport CF 1066x 165MB/s Compact Flash Memory Card Magic Lantern UDMA 7 1000x


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16 GB
  • Large Capacity Up To 16GB
  • Magic Lantern RAW
  • Intent Data Management(TM) & Momentum Technology.
  • Lighting Fast Transfer Rates At 165 MB/s
  • High-Speed UDMA7 Enabled
  • Universally Compatible with Major DSLR Brands
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Product Description

Capacity: 16 GB

Need for speed - At 160mb/s, now there's a memory card fast enough to keep up with your advanced DSLR: The Pixel Flash Super Sport CompactFlash Card. Clocking in at 1066x and lightning-fast transfer speeds, you'll be able to capture every micro-frame of RAW continuous shooting-and get the most out of your professional DSLR camera. And with added Magic Lantern technology, shooters never drop a frame capturing RAW video or in high burst situations.

Product Details

Capacity: 16 GB
  • Product Dimensions: 1.7 x 0.1 x 1.4 inches ; 0.3 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 0.3 ounces
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
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  • ASIN: B00CUM4IJU
  • Item model number: PF16GCF1066S
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (157 customer reviews)
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  • Date first available at Amazon.com: November 20, 2011
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106 of 107 people found the following review helpful By JJCEO #1 HALL OF FAMETOP 10 REVIEWER on December 12, 2012
Size: 32 GB
Length: 3:38 Mins
My camera uses a CF card to store photos and videos on. The photos are either in various JPEG sizes or in the RAW mode. The camera also takes HD video in high resolution at 30 frames per second. When I shoot sporting events like football and basketball games I shoot in high speed mode at 8 frames per second. My camera is the Canon 7D.

In order to do this type of high speed photography and video shooting you need a high speed memory and one that is reliable. If you lose your photos or videos you may have just lost a once in a lifetime shot that can't be replaced. I normally use SanDisk Extreme CF cards that are rated at 60 MB/s speeds. To test this PixelFlash CF card I did the following things:

* I formatted the PixelFlash CF card in my camera to make sure that it was acclimated and compatible with the brand and model of camera I was using.
* I took hundreds of test shots in both JPEG and RAW mode. I took many single shots, high speed photographs and HD video. I then reviewed the images on the camera and then transferred them to my PC and reviewed them on the PC. I used a CF card reader to do the transfer.
* I read the photos to the PC and tested the time and speed and then I sent them back to the CF card and measured the time and speed.
* I also wrote the files to the SanDisk Extreme card and then back to the computer and timed and noted the transfer speeds.

In doing these tests here are the results that I got:
PixelFlash average read speed 30.6 MB/s
SanDisk average read speed 20.673 MB/s
PixelFlash was 48% faster than SanDisk

PixelFlash average write speed 21.1 MB/s
SanDisk average write speed 17.941 MB/s
PixelFlash was 17.6% faster than SanDisk.
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Size: 32 GB
My preliminary experiences indicate that, the PixelFlash 32GB 533X Ultimate Speed CF Card offers very good performance, and fast read and write times, at an economical cost. Having used the card in my Canon 7D and 5D MIII, my impression is that it would be a very good performer in DSLR's that utilize compact flash memory.

Using the 7D, I shot some college basketball, and also a wedding, saving both JPEG and RAW files. For basketball I shot about 300 images (600 total files), and for the wedding over 800 images (1600+ total files), and experienced no major delays in writing to the card. Each event involves different kinds of shooting, and between them, they provided a nice test for the card. For basketball, you are often firing quick bursts. The wedding involved mostly flash photography, where auto focus was the main issue, but write speed was occasionally a concern. With no second chances in either situation, reliability and performance were critical, and there were no negative issues with the PixelFlash card.

For the past few years, I have been exclusively using Transcend's 32 GB 400X (Blue) CF memory cards in my DSLR's. I own several of these cards, and amazingly the price has dropped by about 50%, since I first purchased it. Currently at $50, PixelFlash's 32GB 533X card is at the same price point as the Transcend Blue.

I performed some informal tests to see how the two cards stack up. One test involved holding down the shutter button of the 7D, to see when the camera failed to fire. This test was performed with the lens cap on, in the manual mode, saving JPEGF only.
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16 of 16 people found the following review helpful By Brian E. Niskala on January 13, 2014
Size: 64 GB
The card works works amazing! The only issue I  ever had was it wasn’t compatible with my D3 upon purchase.
I went through a couple weeks trying to figure out the issue as my other CF cards worked fine.
After i contacted their tech support, I was told an update in firmware with the camera might help solve
the compatibility issue. I followed direction and that seemed to do the trick.
Amazing card, great price, dealing with weeks of confusion before I could ever use the card is
why I rate this product 3 stars. They should include something that gives buyers a heads up of these problems.
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13 of 15 people found the following review helpful By J. Chambers HALL OF FAMETOP 10 REVIEWER on November 6, 2012
Size: 32 GB
My primary DSLR camera, a Nikon D300, uses a CF memory card. I do a lot of landscape and wildlife photography, plus some bird photography and macro photography (insects and flowers). Because of the size of the RAW/NEF files that I shoot (20.4 MB), I need a fast memory card, especially when shooting 6 frames per second in continuous mode.

Unfortunately, I don't have the sophisticated equipment to do really accurate speed comparison tests, but I did do some approximation tests using a stopwatch. I compared the 32GB PixelFlash card with the 8GB SanDisk Extreme III card that I've been using for a couple of years. I formatted (FAT32) both cards in the D300. For a write test, I wrote 771 files with a total of 6.21 GB to each card. (Note: my aging Dell PC has USB 2.0 ports.) For the PixelFlash card, I used the PixelFlash USB 3.0 No-Bend Pins Compact Flash Memory Card Reader. For the SanDisk card, I used a SanDisk all-in-one card reader. The PixelFlash card wrote the data at 20.5 MB/sec, while the SanDisk card wrote the same data at 17.9 MB/sec. For the read test, I read the memory card files back to the PC's hard disk. Results were similar, with each card reading about 23.0 MB/sec.

Granted, this was not a very scientific or particularly accurate way to test the cards, and I don't really know if the limiting speed factor was my PC, the card reader, or the card itself, but with my equipment set-up, the PixelFlash card was about 15% faster on write operations than the SanDisk.

After the speed tests, I used the PixelFlash card in the camera for a hundred shots or so with no problems.

Incidentally, I also tried the PixelFlash card with my Nexus 7 tablet. The tablet immediately recognized and scanned the card with no problems.
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