ADATA Turbo 533X 32 GB CompactFlash Memory Card ACF32G533XR
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- With read speed at 80MB/sec
- write speed at 50MB/sec
- Four-channel support (Ultra DMA mode 0~6 , IDE PIO mode 6, MDMA 0~4)
- Low power consumption and RoHS compliant
- Support Wear Leverage function to maximize data endurance.
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This CF card seems to be fast enough for my 21.1MP camera. Shooting in RAW format in the burst mode can last for 12 shots before it gets slowed down. I also shoot 1080p video with this card and I had no issue. The video look smooth during playback. In compared to my old 2GB SanDisk Extreme II CF card, the video was "bumpy". I copied the MOV files to my computer in both video playback cases, so I believe the issue was caused by the slower rerecording speed of the 2GB card.
I also bought an inexpensive memory card reader that supports UDMA, "Kingston 19-in-1 USB 2.0 Flash Memory Card Reader FCR-HS219/1" to speed up the files transfer time. They worked well together, and you may see my other review at Amazon.com for this memory reader for details.
I've got 1 of these 32GB A-Data cards in both slots of the D3s with Slot 1 storing RAW files (for delivery to producer) and slot 2 storing Fine JPGs (for quick review on set computer)
LCD Exposures Readout (Nikon D3s):
RAW + JPG Basic: 1.0K
RAW + JPG Norm: 1.0K
RAW + JPG Fine: 856
JPG Basic: 11.3K
JPG Norm: 5.8K
JPG Fine: 2.9K
These cards aren't choking AT ALL.
I shot for years with a fist full of Dane-Elec 4GB cards and those never failed or choked either in my D2X shooting era (in which I was also shooting on set and covering events like NY Fashion week, etc).
I don't buy into the hype of needing to buy Lexar or San disk for pro quality...if the cards don't choke and they hold up against frequent usage, I'm happy.
In one incident, it declared full less than half its capacity, all files are un-readable.
The 2nd incident without warning, it cannot read from the reader and all data lost.
Highly recommend NOT to buy. Sandisk extreme III does not have this issue.
Follow up (11/27/2010):
A-DATA's customer services is very helpful and responsive. Corrupted photo files were recovered and the Compactflash was replaced under warranty. The replaced card is working up to the present day.
It has a great and fast transfer data rate direct from camera Nikon D800 to PC through USB 3.0!!
It's a little different when i download pictures and video to MacPro through USB2.0 where it downgrade its transfer rate to 20 to 30mb/s.
No problems about data loss or something like this.
I recommend this product to be used with Nikon D800/800e models, it is totally compatible with this cameras compared with other memory brands incompatible.
Had to downgrade rating to 4 stars. The card works great for HD video and short (up to 15 shots) large JPEG file bursts but it does hang up on long (15 and above) large JPEG file shooting bursts and definitely on RAW file bursts. Still it is a very good value, especially if you shoot HD video.
only thing sad is they don't have a 64gb with double the price. otherwise I would get 1x 64gb instead of 2x 32gb.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I have been using this card for over a year now and its works perfectly. I would definitely purchase another.Published on August 29, 2012 by Dalton Campbell
Ok... I am knocking on a lot of wood as I type this.. I have 6 of these cards and I haven't had ONE issue with them. We have used them on Canon's 5D Mark II and Canon 7D.Published on August 14, 2012 by Nathan
I was quite excited when I first received this compact flash, but my enthusiasm vaporized quickly when my Canon 7D acknowledged that it did not recognize the card and asked me to... Read morePublished on August 17, 2011 by davidc
I was not sure if I should believe a 533x speed for this card given the price, but after 6mo of shooting, it holds up to video and full speed RAW shots very well on a Canon 7D. Read morePublished on November 7, 2010 by Gene N
Got data corruption when using this with canon 5dII and Kodak DCS pro back. Returned it right away.
Having good luck with the Super Talent 64gb 600x. Read more
So far so good. Works just great in raw. I've taken up to 11 minute videos without any stutter or slowdowns.Published on April 23, 2010 by fragino