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SanDisk Ultra Compact Flash 2GB Card (SDCFH-002G-A11) (Retail Package)

by SanDisk
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  • Ultra fast download and upload speed up to 15 MB per second
  • Very small size
  • Lifetime warranty
  • 2 GB Memory Capacity
  • Work with any Compactflash enabled device
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SanDisk Ultra Compact Flash 2GB Card (SDCFH-002G-A11) (Retail Package) + Transcend PCMCIA Ata Adapter for Cf Card + Transcend P8 15-in-1 USB 2.0 Flash Memory Card Reader TS-RDP8K (Black)
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Technical Details

  • Brand Name: SanDisk
  • Model: SDCFH-002G-A11
  • Memory Storage Capacity: 2 GB
  • Form Factor: CompactFlash Card
  • Hardware Platform: PC

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 7 x 5 x 0.5 inches ; 1.6 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 2.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B0001CNMFM
  • Item model number: SDCFH-002G-A11
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (315 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank:
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: July 7, 2004

Product Description

From the Manufacturer

SanDisk Ultra® CompactFlash® 2 GB Memory Card
Catch whatever life throws your way

There’s never a dull moment—or at least it feels that way—when you can shoot and transfer photos and videos like the pros. That means capturing and sharing all your favorite photo and video opps with a SanDisk Ultra® memory card. It’s so fast, you’re always ready for the next shot, plus so rugged that environmental conditions will never hold you back. With SanDisk Ultra® memory cards available in CompactFlash® and SD™ formats, and superior speeds that let you transfer from your camera to computer in a snap, you’re ready to go where the shot takes you.

Video is the new photo
Only video tells the whole story. So get the larger capacity SanDisk Ultra® SD cards that give you plenty of room to keep on shooting. Larger capacities, like 8 GB or 16 GB are the perfect way to shoot more video on your point-and-shoot camera.



Maximize your camera’s performance
  • Keep shooting without fear of running out of space
  • Get dependable performance every time
  • Don’t come up short, store more photos and videos



* 15MB/s Read, 9MB/s Write. Based on internal testing with TestMetrix; performance may be lower depending upon host device. 1 megabyte (MB) = 1 million bytes. ** 1 gigabyte (GB) = 1 billion bytes. Some capacity not available for data storage. *** Excludes Germany and other regions which do not recognize limited warranty.




Choose SanDisk, the minds behind flash memory
As the pioneers of flash memory, SanDisk is known all over the planet. Wherever people take pictures, listen to music, use cell phones—or do much of anything at all with digital devices—they’re likely to be using a SanDisk memory card. That’s because, after 20 years in the business, SanDisk has never stopped innovating.

Product Description

SANDISK 2GB CF ULTRA II MEMORY

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Customer Reviews

I use it with Canon Rebel XT and couldn't be happier!
Amazon Customer
I've used other sandisk cards as well and have never had a problem with any of them.
David Townsend
This card will hold more pictures than I can take on a week-long trip.
K. O'Connor

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

467 of 475 people found the following review helpful By L. T. Beasimer TOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on November 20, 2005
With fast shooting high mega pixel cameras, the CF card can be a major performance factor. Why have one of these cameras and use a card that cannot keep up? When I bought my 8.2 mp Canon 20D, I decided it was time to get a second CF card so the research started.

The Ultra II cards write with a minimum of 9 mb/sec. and read at 10 mb/sec. These fast write speeds are desirable with large image files. There are cameras with buffers to hold images while writing to the card during continuous shots. At some point if the card cannot write fast enough, your camera will stop shooting until the buffer clears enough room.

This card has a high impact rating. For example; if you were to accidentally drop this card 10-foot up to then hit the floor, this card is rated to sustain the fall without damage.

Sometimes the trade off on price comes from power consumption. Lower priced cards may use more power to do the same job as this card. The low power consumption of this card means a longer battery life.

People generally want to know how many images a card will hold. This is a difficult question to answer and greatly depends on both the card and the camera it is used in. The number of images this card will hold on my 20D also depends on the settings used. Let me provide a few settings and image counts for an idea of what this card holds.

Shooting Raw w/ISO 100 - 221 images
Shooting Raw w/ISO 800 - 206 images
Shooting Large jpeg - 479 images
Shooting Medium jpeg - 825 images
Shooting Small jpeg over 999 images (the 20D cannot provide counts above 999)

I use both a 1GB and a
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161 of 163 people found the following review helpful By Roger J. Buffington TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on March 25, 2006
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Two gigabytes in a pretty fast CF card for well under $100 (March 2006) is a pretty darned good deal. I have used this card constantly in my Nikon D70s with excellent results. While there may be faster cards, this one is plenty fast, and allows my Nikon to shoot approximately 258 RAW shots. Pretty impressive. While pros may notice a difference in image saving speed in situations involving top-of-the-line pro digital cameras and rapid-fire sports shots and the like, most amateurs will not, and most digital cameras probably cannot save images as fast as this card anyway, causing the camera, not the CF card, to be the bottleneck.

Right now 2 Gigabytes seems to be at the "sweet spot" of price/performance for these cards, and here Sandisk has produced an excellent product. I have used Sandisk CF cards for years and found them to be reliable and quick. This 2GB card is an excellent value.
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105 of 105 people found the following review helpful By NutMac VINE VOICE on November 28, 2006
Remember Goldilocks and the Three Bears story? In DSLR and CompactFlash cards story, run-of-the-mill discount memory cards are too slow. Top-of-the-line memory cards are faster than necessary. SanDisk's Ultra II series is just right.

Ask professional photographers which memory cards they use, they will probably answer Lexar and/or SanDisk. With increasing number of DSLR enthusiasts shooting in RAW format, which consumes between 5 to 15 MB (generally 1 MB per megapixel), the demand for high capacity and high performance memory card is higher than ever.

For Canon DSLR photographers, SanDisk has been more ideal choice. Although the problem should be fully resolved by now, there was an issue where Lexar's high speed CompactFlash memory cards sometimes lost images against Canon DSLRs. Sealing the deal is SanDisk Ultra II's excellent performance and lower price.

My DSLR is Canon Digital Rebel XTi, where each RAW consumes nearly 10 MB. In continuous shooting mode, the camera's internal buffer can hold 9 RAWs at 3 frames per second. With slower memory card, it can shoot 10 RAWs at 3 fps. With faster memory card such as Ultra II, it can shoot 12 RAWs at 3 fps. Here's the kicker. Even with faster SanDisk Extreme IV and Lexar Professional 133x memory cards, it did not exceed 12 RAWs.

On paper, SanDisk's Ultra II series is only so so. At 9 MB/sec for write and 10 MB/sec for read, it is 4 times slower than Extreme IV's 40 MB/sec for read and write ratings. Yet they perform nearly the same. What gives? The limitation lies in DSLR's CompactFlash interface. On Rob Galbraith's CF/SD Performance Database, none of the cameras exceeded 10 MB/sec. In fact, most DSLRs peaked at 8 MB/sec. In other words, SanDisk's Ultra II represents the real world maximum for DSLR use.
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43 of 46 people found the following review helpful By Glen Osmond on February 23, 2006
I'm using the Ultra for my Canon 5D which is a memory hog with it's 12 Megapixel Digital Pictures coming in at 3 Frames per second on occasion. This makes the difference. I use the standard Sandisk and they work just fine, but those extra seconds of waiting are killer sometimes (especially downloading pics to my PC!). I got one of the best prices I've seen on Amazon and am already looking at my next one or two Ultra's here.
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33 of 35 people found the following review helpful By Golden Brid Dog on March 10, 2006
This card is working very well with my Canon 20d. It is fairly fast. My camera is set for continuous mode and I haven't had any problems when taking multiple pictures in just a few seconds. Response time between shots is fast. I just ordered another one.

If you're looking for a nice CF card that will work well and you don't want to spend Big $, then this is the one.
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