Komputerbay 32Go High Speed Compact Flash CF 266X Ultra Speed carte à haute 36 Mo/s en écriture et 37 Mo/s Lire UDMA
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- Komputerbay 32GB High Speed Compact Flash CF 266X Ultra High Speed Card 36MB/s Write and 37MB/s Read UDMA
- **NOT COMPATIBLE WITH NIKON D800 Camera (See Note Below). IMPORTANT NOTE: The Nikon D800 Camera's firmware currently only supports 32GB Compact Flash Cards manufactured by Sandisk or Lexar.
- Min 37MB/second sequential read and Min 36MB/second sequential write. Universal low cost data storage and communication media. Designed to meet the critical speed performance needs of serious professional photographers. Advanced file management
- COMPATIBLE WITH DSLR, SLR AND OTHER HIGH END CAMERA'S
- Comes with free plastic compact flash case
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This Komputerbay 32GB Compact Flash memory card allows you to download and store a huge number of photos, music, videos, and other media files to your Compact Flash-compatible electronic device. The card can be used in digital cameras, digital camcorders, and other Compact Flash-enabled devices. Komputerbay Compact Flash memory cards provide an easy to use, high performance storage solution for all your data files so you don't need to worry about running out of memory.
The 266X speed rating ensures that the data stored on your card can be recorded, played back, and transferred quickly and easily, granting you full access to all your images, videos, and other files with little delay!
Compatible not just with cameras, but with any device with an Compact Flash slot, this card can be used with an array of different modern devices as a shared file storage and transfer medium.
Backed by a lifetime limited guarantee, you can have confidence in the quality of your card and its ability to withstand some of life's toughest conditions to continue to provide you with a long-lasting, reliable memory storage solution throughout its own lifetime and that of your Compact Flash compatible device.
Please check compatibility with your device or its manufacturer. IMPORTANT NOTE: The Nikon D800 Camera's firmware currently only supports 32GB Compact Flash Cards manufactured by Sandisk or Lexar.
Top Customer Reviews
I'll also add that while using this card, it couldn't properly handle writes at the speed the camera tried to save photos. If I took shots on burst mode (more than 2 photos a second), most of the files would be corrupted, with my camera display telling me that the photo file was invalid.
Edit 2: Their standard refund policy has a 15% restocking fee. I asked if they would waive it, seeing as they sent me a used card. Komputerbay offered to do that with the stipulation that I remove my review. I declined.
Original review: Don't buy this card. Go with something more reliable. Losing all your photos from a day on vacation or with the family just isn't worth saving a few bucks.
Well if you have an SLR and want to shoot video into this I feel it should be no problem. I shoot with a 5D mkII with a custom firmware tool called Magic Lantern. It's installed directly into the card (which this card is compatible with) One of the things this program allows you to do is increase the bitrate of the video. Increasing the bitrate makes the files bigger and pushes the speed limits of your cards. With this card and camera I was able to shoot at 135% (100% being the default compression standard allowed by canon software) without a single buffer interruption! As far as shooting photos goes, this card handles burst shooting perfectly and downloads to my computer quite fast (if speed at download is important get a USB3 card reader with a deep card slot for $16 here PixelFlash USB 3.0 No-Bend Pins Compact Flash Memory Card Reader SuperSpeed CF Adapter)
It's built very well and feels solid and for the price I can't complain about a single thing. This card is amazing and if you're looking for one just stop looking and get it.
Also rubbing this card on bacon has no effect on its flavor. It still tastes great.
Great price for speed
Reliable so far
sold by amazon so returns will be a non issue if it fails
Ugly as F sticker design (KomputerBay please change it. I'll design it for free)
Little known company but every one starts somewhere
UPDATE (July 2013)
So far no reliability problems. I still love this card and I'll be ordering 2 more.
I was able to fire off multiple bursts of images with no problems. This probably has much to do with the buffer in the camera, but everything was captured as expected.
I normally shoot RAW+jpeg. Admittedly, the Nikon D700 doesn't begin to produce file sizes approaching DSLRs of a more recent vintage, so experiences may differ for those who just got one of the leaders in the megapixel wars, but this card has been sufficient for my work.
It isn't certain under what conditions and in which camera this card will start to approach its limits and not be able to keep up, but it is probably a cost effective memory device for most shooters. I have 2 Komputer Bay 32GB CF cards for now, and will buy more as the need arises.
Get one and try it. At the very least you have a cheap backup. If you are like me you'll be getting more and spending a lot less on flash media once you get over the "who are these guys" factor.
The Nikon D800 camera takes about 80 meg per shot between RAW and a JPG digital imaging file.
So I tried this unknown card as Amazon is so easy for returns if you don't like it.
I ran full diagnostics on this 32 GB Flash Card.
It writes at about half the speed of the cheapest SanDisk.
But, it reads at the same speed as the cheapest SanDisk.
It was test written and read at 100% capacity (the full 32 GB) with zero errors.
It works great in the Nikon D800 camera.
SanDisk is still the best, but this one is good for the money.
Note: Longevity is an unknown at this point.
I bought it to replace the hard drive in my 3rd gen iPod.
The installation, along with the adaptor from Micro SATA, took minutes and was easy as can be, but iTunes wouldn't mount the iPod.
It cost me a lot of time, aggravation and a little money to eventually figure out that the card was the problem.
I bought a SanDisk for fifty bucks and it worked without a hitch.
I wish I had spent the extra money in the first place and saved myself the headaches.
5 stars for Amazon for making the return and refund simple and painless.