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Transcend Information 128GB Compact flash Card - TS128GCF1000 (160/120 MB/s)


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128 GB
  • Ultra-fast 1000X performance, 160MB/s read and 120MB/s write , with four-channel support
  •  Built-in BCH ECC technology with read-retry for detecting and correcting errors 
  • Compliant with CF 6.0 specification with LBA48 support
  • Ultra DMA Mode 0 to Ultra DMA Mode 7 
  • Multiword DMA Mode 0 to Multiword DMA Mode 4 
  • ATA interface 
  • Multi-platform compatibility 
  • PIO Mode 0 to PIO Mode 6 
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Technical Details

Capacity: 128 GB
  • RAM: 128 GB
  • Hard Drive: 128 GB
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Product Details

Capacity: 128 GB
  • Product Dimensions: 1.7 x 0.1 x 1.4 inches ; 0.5 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 1.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B009S61AFQ
  • Item model number: TS128GCF1000
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (61 customer reviews)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: October 31, 2012

Product Description

Capacity: 128 GB

From the Manufacturer

Aimed at professional photographers, Transcend’s 1000x CompactFlash cards feature high-speed transfer rates up to 160 MB/s read and 120 MB/s write, ensuring maximum performance when used with today`s cutting-edge digital camera equipment.

Transcend's 1000x CompactFlash cards exceed the demands of professional photography.

Outstanding 1000x transfer performance

Fully compliant with CompactFlash revision 6.0, Transcend's "Ultimate" series 1000x CompactFlash cards operate in Ultra DMA (UDMA) transfer mode 7, the fastest interface speed available for CF cards. As a result, a top-end DSLR camera equipped with a 1000x CF card responds more quickly – especially important during fast-action burst mode shooting – and stores large images in RAW format faster than ever before.

Video Performance Guarantee

The video performance guarantee (VPG-20) guarantees that Transcend 1000x CompactFlash cards are capable of constant video recording at 20 MB/s without dropping frames. The ultimate class-leading storage for ultra-high resolution Full-HD, 3-D, and even 4K UHDTV (2160p) video recording, these cards deliver smooth, professional videos every time.

Storage to Meet Your Needs

Available in a range of capacities (16 GB to 128 GB), Transcend’s 1000x CF cards provide plenty of storage space for a full day’s worth of images, eliminating the need to pause and switch memory cards during extended photo shoots. Each 128 GB card can store over 30,000 high resolution digital photos or 8,700+ RAW image files.

Excellent Compatibility & Post-Production Efficiency

The versatile 1000x CF card is developed to work across a wide range of CompactFlash compatible devices, including high-end DSLRs, hybrid cameras and Full HD camcorders. When back at the studio, pairing your 1000x CF cards with our USB 3.0 card reader RDF8K can help you increase post-production efficiency by maximizing transfer speeds up to 160 MB/s.

RecoveRx software

With a purchase of Transcend's 1000x CF 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 data that can be recovered.

Built-In Error Correction Code (ECC)

Transcend's 1000x CF cards are manufactured using premium quality toggle mode NAND Flash memory chips to ensure long-life durability and guaranteed performance. In addition, each card contains built-in ECC technology for detecting and correcting errors during data transfer.

photos MFC-J625DW
8 Megapixel JPEG1 12 Megapixel JPEG2 RAW3 Full HD4
16 GB 3840 photos 2560 photos 1096 photos 240 minutes
32 GB 7680 photos 5120 photos 2192 photos 480 minutes
64 GB 15360 photos 10240 photos 4384 photos 960 minutes
128 GB 30720 photos 20480 photos 8768 photos 1920 minutes

1. Based on file size 4 MB.
2. Based on file size 6 MB.
3. Based on total size 14 MB.
4. Full HD Video based on 1920 x 1080 9 Mbps H.264 AVC compression.
Storage capacity approximations are for general reference only. Actual results will vary depending on resolution, compression quality, video frame rate/interlace settings, and content. 1 GB = 1 billion bytes. A certain portion of the storage capacity may be reserved for firmware and maintenance use.
* Note: speed may vary depending on the device and usage of hardware or software.
* Available in Frustration-Free Packaging and/or regular retail package. Please see Transcend website for additional warranty details and limitations.

  • Features high-speed transfer rates up to 160 MB/s read and 120 MB/s write
  • Operates in Ultra DMA (UDMA) transfer mode 7, the fastest interface speed available for CF cards
  • Available in 16 GB, 32 GB, 64 GB, and 128 GB capacities
  • Capable of constant video recording at 20 MB/s without dropping frames

Product Description

To ensure high-quality image and video capture using today’s cutting-edge digital equipment, Transcend’s 1000x CompactFlash memory cards support the CompactFlash 6.0 specification. Manufactured with brand-name toggle mode MLC NAND Flash chips, Transcend’s 1000x CompactFlash memory cards offer high-speed performance and vast storage space. Additionally, the "Ultimate" series 1000x CompactFlash cards implement the Video Performance Guarantee (VPG-20) to enable professional-quality video recording without dropping frames, even in 3D.

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Customer Reviews

And now it's faster than the Lexar.
David Stewart
The card was completely died (can not be read by any card reader or camera, can not be formatted, all was lost).
Y. Zheng
I thought I'd grive Transcend a chance, but I will be buying SanDisk cards from now on.
Julie McFarling

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29 of 30 people found the following review helpful By David Stewart on March 28, 2013
Size Name: 64 GB Verified Purchase
I use this in a Canon 5D Mk III.

Previously, only using the Lexar 1000x card could get you to maximum fps/burst on the Canon spec chart. That's not the case anymore.

I bought the 64GB version of this card having had good experiences with Transcend cards in the past. I upgraded it from a 32GB 400x Transcend CF card, which is now relegated to a backup card after being blown out of the water by this one.

I put this CF card into my 5D Mk III and turned off all settings such as high ISO noise reduction, auto lighting optimization, etc. (i.e. anything that might slow it down), back button focused on an object and then begin firing. SDHC card was in the camera, but relegated to being a fail over if the CF card filled up (which won't happen quickly, given I'm reading 1600+ shots on this 64GB card shooting Large RAW only). Shutter speed was set to 1/640.

The results are hard to argue with:

Shooting Large RAW on high speed continuous (6 fps), the camera says the buffer has 13 shots. I averaged 18/19 over about three seconds though before the shutter speed/rhythm started to stutter and slow down.

When I put my camera on silent continuous (3 fps, same as low speed continuous), I took over two hundred shots with no stutter before I took my finger off the shutter release button.

When I put it on Large JPEG, I fired of 230+ shots on high speed continuous (6 fps) with no lag or stutter before I took my finger off the shutter release button.

Bottom line: on the 5D Mk III, this 64GB 1000x CF card is more than fast enough for my occasional burst usage, and it's nearly $120 cheaper than the Lexar at the time of this review.

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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Jack Dallas on March 22, 2013
Size Name: 64 GB Verified Purchase
I used this 64 Gb Transcend CF chip and a 32 Gb SD SanDisk Extreme Pro simultaneously in my Canon 5D Mk III on two previous shoots. The SanDisk is used for JPG backups while the faster higher capacity Transcend was used for RAW. On the second shoot the SanDisk chip got corrupted. I went to the SanDisk site to download their free recovery utility only to find that it is no longer free. I was redirected to a third party site where they wanted $40 for the software. Luckily the Transcend chip came with its own recovery software that I had installed on my computer. It worked like a charm and recovered my files.
The Transcend CF seems to be reasonably fast and keeps up with my 3 to 5 shot bursts of RAW files averaging 20+ Mb each. By observation only, the eventual transfer from the CF to my computer using a USB3 card reader also appeared to go quickly. I have used SanDisk, Transcend and Kingston chips in the past and normally have found the SanDisk and Transcend chips to be superior to the Kingston. If you use the SanDisk just know their recovery software is no longer free for download unless you catch a special promotion. All chips from any manufacturer can get corrupted. Make sure your camera is turned off and has finished writing before chip removal to avoid problems.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By C. Qian on April 18, 2013
Size Name: 128 GB Verified Purchase
I bought this for my Canon 1DC for the 4K shooting. And 1DC is very particular about its write speed: 100MB/S and it eats up memory too. 1 minute recording takes up 4GB memory. What I was concerned about was the write speed and a good price/performance ratio as an alternative to Lexar and Sandisk. I spent a lot of time researching for an alternative, and there aren't many options. This one definitely is the best alternativw and option for anyone who needs high write speed. There are a few other similar cards around with the 1000X speed label but I think they could reach the read speed of 150MB/S but not the 100MB/S write speed.

So far, this Transcend 128GB 1000X lives up to its own specs. I am happy with it. When I bought the card, it seems to be one of the last three sold by Amazon directy, and the price was good, something like $325. I love this card and will buy more.
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8 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Mike Bessler on March 9, 2013
Size Name: 32 GB Verified Purchase
The Transcend Information 32 GB Compact Flash Card works great with my Nikon D800 and Lexar and Anker/Uspeed usb3 cf readers. It is a tiny bit faster in reading using the usb3 cf readers than the Lexar 1000x 32gb. I have both. I actually got 160gb/sec read using windows explorer in Win 7 and Win 8. The lexar got 150mb/sec, so no big deal. The Transcend is a little bit cheaper now, but your price may vary.

Just know that usb3 is ridiculous fast when it works. The lexar reader works great in Win 7 and 8. But the Anker/Uspeed only works with Win 8 usb3. This was true for both the Transcend and Lexar cards. So I highly recommend the Lexar reader with this card.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By johnmo on April 7, 2013
Size Name: 32 GB Verified Purchase
I have a couple of the transcend cards now. I have the 600x and this one. I love both of them. This one is super fast for my 7D in sport shooting and movie modes. I have 2 kids that play soccer and haven't missed any shots for failure of the card or prossing too slow. I recommend highly
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By DH on January 9, 2014
Size Name: 64 GB Verified Purchase
I received what is effectively a DOA card, here's the catch though, initially I could shoot with it in my Canon 5D3. What happened is I received the card and immediately threw it in the camera and shot a few pics. It came formatted so that was not an issue. Then, I read the most popular review for it on here and saw the notes about how you don't achieve ideal performance until you run a Transcend AutoFormat utility pass over it to re-format the card in complete (slow) mode and then re-do a quick format from the camera.

So that's what I started out trying to do. Downloaded the AutoFormat utility, began the format process, but it hung at 46.55% and went no further. Quit, tried again, same point it hangs. I tried formatting from Windows 7 itself, that ultimately hung and failed after a few hours, same behavior on my MacBook Pro. I tried AutoFormat once more and this time it produced an actual fail message. I'm guessing there are some bad memory cells in the card I received.

In any case, the purpose of my review is primarily to let you know that with a 64 GB card, that you only quick format, or perhaps just use right out of the box, you may shoot for a while before running into any bad portions and if you reach that point and the filesystem on the card becomes corrupt, you could lose your pictures. I'd recommend using the AutoFormat utility on any new card just to be sure it can complete the entire pass before you put the card into use.

I got a second one from Amazon, no hassle exchange, ran AutoFormat slow mode with zero errors, did quick format in the Canon 5D Mark III, no errors, and have shot on it until full with no issues.
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