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SanDisk SDCFX-032G-A61 32 GB Extreme CompactFlash Memory Card 60MB/S

by SanDisk

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  • 60MB/sec - 400x - write and read speeds
  • Power core controller For moving data efficiently.
  • 32GB storage space For storing photos, videos, games and more.
  • Captures pictures taken in rapid succession.
  • Compatible with CompactFlash-enabled devices Including digital SLR cameras.
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Technical Details

  • Brand Name: SanDisk
  • Model: SDCFX-032G-A61
  • Memory Storage Capacity: 32.00 GB

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 1.4 x 1.7 x 0.1 inches ; 1.6 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 1.6 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B002O3KVSC
  • Item model number: SDCFX-032G-A61
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (107 customer reviews)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: October 2, 2001

Product Description

Distributes image data across the card more rapidly and efficiently this card delivers professional performance32GB storage capacity with 400x memory speedLimited lifetime warranty

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Customer Reviews

Works great with my Mark II 5D Canon camera.
W. Long
This card is great and worth the money although I do wish it were cheaper so I could get a second one.
Kiesha Warren
This card is a great size and works very well for weddings.
Benjamin J. Martinez

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

71 of 74 people found the following review helpful By D. Alexander TOP 100 REVIEWER on April 19, 2012
I've done some write benchmarks on the 16GB version of this card and others with my Canon 40D. Here are the results:

SanDisk Extreme 60 MB/s 16GB (400X)
17 RAW, 17 seconds to clear

SanDisk Extreme III 30 MB/s 8GB (200X)
18 RAW, 17 seconds to clear

Lexar Pro 1GB 133X
20 RAW, 16 seconds to clear

Kingston Ultimate 4 GB 133X
19 RAW, 21 seconds to clear

Kingston High Speed 1024 MB 80X
18 RAW, 37 seconds to clear

For this circa-2007 DSLR, no card over 133X improves write speeds. No benefit was expected; cameras of this vintage max out at about 12 MB/s.

For more recent bodies, head directly to Rob Galbraith's CF/SD/XQD database. He's tested every significant Canon and Nikon camera since October 2008, starting with Canon's 50D and Nikon's D90, with every significant memory card.

* A few general notes:

There are speed variances even among cards of equal rating. Brand matters. Cameras from Canon, Nikon, and Sony perform best with cards from SanDisk and Lexar. Other brands, even if capable of rated speed in a card reader, tend not to rival those two in-camera.

Card-to-computer transfer rates will be limited by the card reader interface or the camera. Most cameras directly connected to a computer send data at 10-15 MB/s. With card readers, USB 2.0, the most common interface, caps out at about 30 MB/s. Firewire 800 is about three times as fast and will max out this card, as will USB 3.0 and IDE/SATA converters. As well, all CF cards rated for 30 MB/s or more support UDMA.

* Are higher-rated cards faster?

Autofocus, turn-on speed, JPEG writes, movie recording, image review, maximum framerate, and so on are almost completely unaffected by faster cards.
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25 of 25 people found the following review helpful By Sean Arenas on January 2, 2010
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I upgraded from my 20MB/s 8GB card when I got my new Canon 7D camera. The new camera takes pictures approximately 30mb per image, at 6 pictures per second. This card does not lag unless I shoot dozens of pictures in a burst.

I take pictures at concerts and tend to take bursts of 2-6 pictures every few seconds (lighting changes fast and people move fast). This card works amazingly well with my camera, I highly recommend it.
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30 of 33 people found the following review helpful By Nice Guy on September 3, 2010
Brand new card, brand new camera, very important backpack travel. The card has huge capacity, allowing (according to the camera) over 500 jpeg-plus-RAW images (over 40 Mb combined). With over half the card filled, the camera suddenly stopped recognising the card. My USB card reader also failed to recognise it. Luckily I had two spare 4 Gb cards and completed the trip. One recovery service recovered only partial files, but a software package available online recovered everything. The card's directory probably got wiped. I have heard there may be an issue with these super large capacity cards. I will now only use it for storage. (Side note: be leary of recovery services who see 32GB and want to charge $1000 (one saying "Sandisk has encryption which makes it more difficult"). The software I got cost $50 for a permanent license.)
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13 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Pat T. on March 11, 2010
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Whether you're shooting a short video on your new DSLR or fashion with a medium format digital back, this card has you covered. It's fast and spacious so all you have to worry about is shooting and not changing cards. With a 21mp camera, you can expect about 1000 raw files.
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16 of 17 people found the following review helpful By S. Smith on May 26, 2010
Short story: the card is superb. If you are thinking of buying it, don't hesitate. But, after you click "this review was helpful", do an amazon search. This card is listed twice on Amazon. The other listing is about [...] cheaper for the identical card. Search for this:

SanDisk Extreme - Flash memory card - 32 GB - 400x - CompactFlash

Long story: Capacity is just shy of 30GB due to overhead. It it is v e r y fast; your camera will be the bottleneck, not this card! I tested in in 2 cameras: a newer Canon and an older Canon 20D. To my surprise, the large capacity works well with older cameras! Used with new cameras, there's nothing to know other than it is fast and works as expected. Thus, the remainder of this review will be from the standpoint of the older Canon 20D.

I had been using an 4 year old Lexar Pro 8GB 133x WA (back then, fast and high tech & costly). The performance of the 20D has actually been greatly improved using this card. To the point, I would recommend upgrading to any brand of 400x card even if you don't need the storage. There are no negative surprises but a few caveats to know for large cards in older cameras...

If you use large cards in older cameras, follow one simple rule: If the card is over 8GB, do not format it in the camera. It will be reduced to an 8GB card. If you ignore this rule, go to download dot com and search for this app: HP disk storage format tool

Because... Neither the camera nor Windoze can restore the card (not explorer, not disk admin, not XP pro, and not win7 entprise 64bit). But, the free HP utility is perfect. Newer cameras can format past 8gb. PS: I used a [...] usb card reader from Amaz to format mine: The Kingston 19-in-1 USB 2.0 Flash Memory Card Reader.
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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By B. Stone on July 29, 2010
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I have this unit as well as the 16GB version. Both get heavy use with my Canon 5D Mark II and perform without a hitch. I would recommend investing in a firewire 800 CF reader. You will thank me later for the time this saves during transfers of your large files. I have never had a SanDisk card fail on me unlike other brands I have tried over the years.
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