Save Big On Open-Box & Preowned: Buy "Transcend 32GB CompactFlash Memory Card 400x (TS32...” from Amazon Warehouse Deals and save 77% off the $91.70 list price. Product is eligible for Amazon's 30-day returns policy and Prime or FREE Shipping. See all Open-Box & Preowned offers from Amazon Warehouse Deals.
Transcend 32GB CompactFlash Memory Card 400x (TS32GCF400)
|Price:||$34.89 & FREE Shipping on orders over $35. Details|
|You Save:||$56.81 (62%)|
- Enter your model number above to make sure this fits.
- R/W Speeds: 90/45 MB/s
- Support high-end DSLR
- Ultra-fast 400X performance with four-channel support
- Low power consumption
- Lifetime Warranty
Frequently Bought Together
Customers Who Bought This Item Also Bought
Special Offers and Product Promotions
Size: 32 GB
From the Manufacturer
Transcend 32GB CompactFlash Memory Card 400X
Aimed at photography enthusiasts, Transcend’s 400x CompactFlash cards feature high-speed transfer rates up to 90MB/s read and 60MB/s write, ensuring maximum performance when used with today’s cutting-edge digital camera equipment.
What’s in the package?
400x CompactFlash Memory Card (32GB).
- Ideal for use with mid-range DSLR cameras and camcorders
- Manufactured with brand-name MLC NAND Flash chips
- Built-in Error Correcting Code (ECC)
- Limited Lifetime Warranty
Outstanding 400x transfer performance
Fully compliant with CompactFlash revision 6.0, Transcend’s 'Premium' series 400x CompactFlash cards operate in Ultra DMA (UDMA) transfer mode 7, the fastest interface speed available for CF cards. As a result, mid-range DSLR camera equipped with a 400x CF card responds more quickly – especially important during fast-action burst mode shooting.
Video Performance Guarantee
The video performance guarantee (VPG-20) guarantees that Transcend 400x CompactFlash cards are capable of constant video recording at 20MB/s without dropping frames. The ultimate class-leading storage for ultra-high resolution Full-HD, 3D, and even 4K UHDTV (2160p) video recording, these cards deliver smooth, professional videos every time.
Excellent Compatibility & Post-Production Efficiency
The versatile 400x CompactFlash card is developed to work across a wide range of CompactFlash compatible devices, including mid-range DSLRs, hybrid cameras and Full HD camcorders. When paired with a high-end card reader such as Transcend's USB 3.0 RDF8, 400x CompactFlash cards can achieve maximum read/write speed and provide seamless transfer.
With a purchase of 400x CompactFlash cards memory cards, you can download our exclusive RecoveRx software for free. This user-friendly application allows you to conduct an in-depth search within your storage device for traces of erased files to be recovered.
(1) Storage capacity approximations are for general reference only. Actual results will vary depending on resolution, compression quality, video frame rate/interlace settings, and content. 1GB = 1 billion bytes. A certain portion of the storage capacity may be reserved for firmware and maintenance use. (2) Speed may vary depending on the device and usage of hardware or software. (3) Available in Frustration-Free Packaging and/or regular retail package. (4) Please see Transcend website for additional warranty details and limitations.
|Digitial Photos||Video Recording|
|RAW Images||Full HD|
|16GB||1096 photos||240 minutes|
|32GB||2192 photos||480 minutes|
|64GB||4384 photos||960 minutes|
|128GB||8768 photos||1920 minutes|
|1000x CompactFlash||800x CompactFlash||400x CompactFlash||133x CompactFlash|
|Maximum Transfer Speeds||160MB/s||120MB/s||90MB/s||50MB/s|
|Capacity||16GB - 128GB||32GB - 256GB||16GB - 64GB||1GB – 32GB|
|UDMA Support||Up to UDMA7||Up to UDMA7||Up to UDMA7 (32/64GB) Up to UDMA6 (8/16GB)||UDMA 0~4|
|Video Recordings||4K, Full HD, 3D||Full HD, 3D||Full HD||Full HD|
|Waterproof, Temperature Proof, Static Proof, X-ray Proof, Shock Proof||✓||✓||✓||✓|
Top Customer Reviews
Shooting photos at maximum quality (saving both JPEG and RAW files), I was looking for a faster card for my Canon 7D an 18 megapixel digital SLR. The results using this card are excellent. The 7D has a burst rate of 8 frames per second, and the camera's buffer is large enough, so that you can easily shoot a 10 or 15 shot burst, without the camera locking up. Of course it takes some time for the camera to write to the card after such a burst, so I did a quick comparison using the Transcend 400x card, a Kingston 266x card, and a Transcend 133x card. I took a 10 shot burst, and then measured the time between the last shot and when the frame counter in the display stopped blinking, roughly indicating that data had finished writing to the card. The results of this crude test were, that the 400x card took 5 seconds, the 266x card 15 seconds, and the 133x card 25 seconds. Increasing to a 15 shot burst, the results were, 7.5 seconds for the 400x card, 22 seconds for the 266x card, and 37 seconds for the 133x card.
My tests are informal, and your results may vary, but these findings may provide some rough indication of the performance the card is capable of. I have used it on a couple of shoots, and haven't experienced any delays, while the camera writes to the card.
I have heard various professional photographers recommend using smaller cards, usually 8GB, rather than 16GB or 32GB cards.Read more ›
May 2011 Update: While this 400x Transcend continues to work perfectly with my 7d under almost all conditions, I have recently found one condition where the faster 600x Transcend MIGHT make a very modest difference. When you are shooting RAW at 8 frames per second with this 400x, the camera slows down to about 1 frame per second after the buffer is full -- about 16 shots. This would also happen at 600x, but I dont know how much it would improve. I just performed an experiment with my 32 GB 400x Transcend/7D and got the following number of shots off in five seconds:
1. Large JPG only: 39 shots (buffer never overloads).
2. Large RAW only: 23 shots (slows down after 16 shots). *
3. Large RAW plus Large JPG: 17 shots. (slows down after 7 shots) *
In summary, there is no reason for 7D owners to spend the big bucks to go from 400x to 600x for video and probably no significant improvement even for 8fps RAW. Check out the table on page 59 of your EOS 7D Instruction Manual and do the math for yourself. High speed (8fps) RAW generates about 200MB/s while the 400x cards and 600x cards handle only 60MB/s and 90MB/s respectively. Also note than if you are shooting RAW + JPEG, you can more than double your burst length by going to RAW only and converting later. Burst capability is therefore much more about the camera's buffer size and processing speed than about card speed. I have concluded that this 400X Transcend is the one for me and find no reason to spend more.Read more ›
Update: October 2013. Almost 3 1/2 years later I am still using this card on a regular basis. I have never lost one photo to it. Still a recommend!
Original Review: While searching for a CF card for my new camera, I didn't find many specific card results. So if you are using a Nikon D300s, this review is for you.
This card works great in my Nikon D300s. Here are my results at 7 frames per second:
RAW-12 BIT - Buffer show 17 frames but shoots 25 frames before buffer fills. Pause for about one second and can shoot for about 5 shots. Pause for 3 seconds and can shoot for 16 before buffer fills. Capacity shows 770 shots available but goes over 800.
JPEG-Large-Fine - Buffer shows 21 but never fills and will shoot at 7fps up to the Nikon limit of 100 shots. It goes down to about 7 or 8 in the buffer but never slows down.
Capacity shows 1400 (1.4K) photos available. I don't shoot JPEG much so I don't know the actual totals. 1400+ is a lot for one card.
I consider myself a serious amateur photographer and this card fulfills all my needs. My photography is mostly HDR, landscapes, and my kids (both at home and playing sports).
Unless you need to shoot in RAW 25+ photos at 7fps consistently, this is a great card for the money. If you shoot JPEG, it will work as fast as the camera.
I purchased this 16GB card for the same price as the Sandisk 8GB card. So for the price of a Sandisk 16GB card, I bought two Transcend 16GB cards. Until this card, I always shot with Sandisk Extremes III sdhc cards.
Shipped fast with Prime.
I will update here if I have any issues.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I had not posted a review of this card, but I ran across it in a junk box today and had to write. I purchased this a couple of years ago and was pretty excited about the storage... Read morePublished 1 day ago by CMM
Although Suggested By Amazon Questions page this Card Does "NOT" work with my Nikon D2X, Will not Read Card? or even Let a Photo be taken?Published 19 days ago by Chief Calusa
My daughter purchase when she a beginner photographer and it performed it duties well. Will by again if needed. Worked well with Nikon camera.Published 28 days ago by Turtle