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SanDisk Extreme III 4 GB CompactFlash Memory Card SDCFX3-004G-A31
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- 4 GB capacity
- Lifetime warranty
- 30 MB/s Read/write speed
- Temperature tested -13 to 185 degrees F.
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SANDISK 4GB CF EXTREME III Memory
Amazon.com Product Description If your digital photography demands blazing speed and durability from your memory media, SanDisk has the memory cards for you. SanDisk Extreme III CompactFlash media are designed for serious professional photographers who demand one of the fastest and most rugged memory cards on the market.
Many professionals work in less than ideal conditions, and that's why SanDisk Extreme III CompactFlash cards are built to perform in the most extreme environments and temperatures, from -13 to 185 degrees Fahrenheit. Extreme III media are rigorously temperature, shock, and vibration tested, something you'll definitely appreciate whenever you find yourself shooting and storing pictures in harsh environments, extreme temperatures or at high altitudes.
Extreme III memory cards also feature SanDisk's exclusive and innovative Enhanced Super-Parallel Processing (ESP) Technology for the fastest speeds and highest performance. It means that you are getting the fastest read/write speeds available -- an amazing minimum 20MB per second sequential read and write speed.
Every SanDisk Extreme III CompactFlash card comes with downloadable RescuePRO so you can recover images, documents, mail, video, music -- just about any digital file, with ease. Built with leading-edge media recovery algorithms, RescuePro lets you preview recoverable data before you try to retrieve it. With RescuePRO's unique recovery algorithm for MPEG audio and MPEG video recovery (MPEG-1/2/3) what you see, and what you hear, is what you can recover.
For owners of SanDisk Extreme products, SanDisk maintains a dedicated, priority technical support hotline, and you get a lifetime limited warranty.
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4 GB CompactFlash card
Top customer reviews
Cheapo part that reduced star rating: It does come with the software for recovering deleted images. I am pretty careful so I haven't had to try it yet, but they make it so it is pretty unlikely you will ever get the software. You can download it, but it won't work until you use it the first time at which point you have to enter a 16 digit key, which you didn't think you needed because it was already downloaded; you likely don't have it any more at that point. So don't make your decision based on that, unless you remember to immediately use it when you still have the code and see how it works. Come on Sandisk, you are a better company than that -- if you say your giving us the software, give us the software.
It turns out that MicroDrives and CompactFlash cards plug into the same socket.
Ordinarily, this procedure will void your warranty, but my LifeDrive was already long beyond that, so I had nothing to lose.
So, carefully following the instructions on some PalmOne forums, I disassembled the LD, removed the dead MicroDrive, installed the operating system image on this CompactFlash card, plugged it in, then reassembled the LD.
I charged the battery, which had already long been run down as a consequence of the death rattling drive, then turned it on.
Within a minute, I had completely brought the LD back to life, resurrection, if you will.
Not only that, but this little repair actually makes the LD significantly better than when I bought it new.
I now get about twice the battery life as before; the access the CompactFlash is so much faster than the sluggish MicroDrive; it shaves a few grams of weight off the LD; and it is also far more shock resistant.
This card is a bit more expensive than most generic CF cards, but you get better transfer speeds, plus this card is designed to be weather resistant, which would be helpful with my LD, since I carry it in my shirt breast pocket, and perspiration can cause problems with less durable components.
The card arrived within a week after I ordered it, which turned out to be a full week less than estimated.