If you’re looking to score a deal on some super-fast CompactFlash, the range of Lexar Professional 1000x UDMA7 CFcards are now on sale for up to 62% off.more →
Which means it may not be the fastest or the highest in capacity alone, but it’s the best combination of the two so far. With a 100MB per second writing speed, you won’t have to wait long to fill up the 128GB of storage with full-HD video or burst sequences from your 21MP DSLR.more →
The Lexar Professional 600x Series compact flash card is aimed at pros that need the fastest CF they can get their hands on. The ever increasing size and speed of built in camera buffers and FPS demands a reliable, fast solution; the 600x series from Lexar is just that. Boasting a minimum sustained write speed of 90 MB/second, you will find it fast enough to keep up with the fastest DSLR’s on the market today; such as the Nikon D3X, Canon EOS-1Ds Mark III or any UDMA supported camera for that matter.more →
Maybe it’s because I’m not really in the digital SLR market, but I find that even SLRs are moving toward using the SD family of memory cards for most of their storage needs. It’s not quite as dated as the floppy disk, but I don’t see too many Compact Flash products kicking around these days.
But they’re still around and their owners still need to buy more memorymore →
This thing is huuuuge. Most camera’s right now don’t even go past 32GB cards, the 128GB is obviously for next-generation digital SLRs which will be storing massive files.more →