- Brand Name: SanDisk
- Model Number: SDCFH-1024-901
- Memory Storage Capacity: 1 GB
- Form Factor: CompactFlash Card
SanDisk SDCFH-1024-901 1 GB Ultra II CompactFlash Card (Retail Package)
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- Ultra fast up to 9 Mb/sec data transfer rate
- Small size
- Holds up to 200 high resolution images
- Works with any compact flash enabled device
- High-density flash memory and optimized controller technology lets you save large image files faster
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From the Manufacturer
The new SanDisk Ultra II CompactFlash cards have a minimum sustained write speed of 9 megabytes (MB) per second and a read speed of 10 MB per second. Get faster speed for all the things you do.
Superior Performance for Advanced Digital Photographers
In the fast-paced world of Digital Photography, you rely on your camera and its capabilities. You also rely on your CompactFlash and SD cards to be fast, reliable and compatible with your camera. To meet the needs of professional and advanced photographers, SanDisk has developed new, optimized flash cards that:
- Take advantage of the advanced features of high mega-pixel digital cameras.
- Deliver superior speed. Now you can capture those high-resolution images even faster!
- Do it all with low power consumption, which means longer battery life.
- Faster write speed means less time between shots
- Ready for rapid-fire shooting
- High-density flash memory and optimized controller. technology lets you save large image files faster
Top Customer Reviews
I looked at the Lexar 40x first. Lexar has a good reputation and "40x" sounds like a snappy number. For some reason, though, I liked the feedback about this [Sandisk Ultra] card more. So I bought this one and am very glad I did.
Little publicized is the fact that the Sandisk Ultra II blazes along at 60x (9 Mb/s) write speed. That translates to being able to record one more whole image per second than the Lexar, and two or three images more than SimpleTech or Viking Components. (Each card reads at the same speed, I believe -- 10 Mb/s.)
Worried about a trade-off in reliability? It's backed with a 5-year warranty. You can't go wrong with that, folks.
I highly recommend this card and the price is right at under $100.
However, before you buy this or any other high speed CF card take into account what it will be used for. Unless you are a professional photographer shooting 3-4 shots/sec with image size as large as 3meg, you will be fine with lesser speed cards. It is important not to get carried away with all the X (40x vs 80x etc..) and Y from different manufacturers. In most cases if you are shooting with a dSLR (D70 is what I use) your camera may have enough buffer memory to compensate a slower card. Which translates into more money saved for other stuff.
I personally like the SanDisk brand because they are one of the first one in the market with CF and most reliable and I own a 1Gig SanDisk Extreme III card that I am very happy with.
Frankly speaking, both memory cards are fast enough to accommodate our daily photo activity, however, the SanDisk 1 GB Ultra II card stands out to be a very fast compact flash card, which is about $69 after rebate as of 11/27/2005. The Kingston card is about $49 after rebate. Both are very cheap these days. Hope this review will help you justify which memory card to buy.
Fyi - I tried the Lexar 80x cards but their Write Acceleration technology does not work for a lot of cameras (Canon, for example) and some PDAs (select HPs), rendering them average cards for most uses. Other reviewers cite websites where you can check compatibility and speed comparisons across all cards.
I used this card in a 5 MegaPixel camera, a 3.2 MegaPixel, and a 2.1 MegaPixel. The same results between all three cameras - fast, fast, FAST!
If you need to transfer a ton of files between two computers using a card reader, you'll be glad you've got this card.
The only caution for those buying memory for use with the Sony DSP F828 is that its 640 x 480 movie mode is limited to 15 FPS with this memory card, whereas it can do 30 FPS with a MemoryStickPro or a Hitachi CompactFlash hard disk (the other two kinds of memory usable in this camera.) Personally, I don't see this as much of a problem, because if that matters to you, you'll need a lot more than 1 GB of memory. 5 minutes of 640 x 480 at 15 FPS used over 100 MB of memory, suggesting 30 FPS would use up 1 GB in under 25 minutes.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I bought this compact flash card in 2004 and have constantly used it since in my Canon 20D. I could not be happier...Published 2 months ago by JLH1947
Excellent seller and product is exactly as described. Thanks, TonyPublished 14 months ago by Anthony J. Tarquinio
I would recommend this brand name disk which has worked very well for me in the past and I am sure will in the future as well. RickPublished on October 2, 2013 by Rms Military Antiques Stumbo
Why is this even still on amazon? who makes a 1GB card anymore for anything? For this price you can get 32 times the space.
this has to just be leftover stock from 1999.