SanDisk 16GB Extreme Pro CompactFlash CF Card (16 GB)

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Description: The SanDisk Extreme Pro CompactFlash card. With lightning-fast (up to 90 MB/s read/write) speed, you'll be able to capture more continuous burst shooting-and get the most out of your professional digital SLR camera. And with up to 64GB of storage, you'll be ready for more RAW+JPEG and high-def video.

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    Product Title:SanDisk 16GB Extreme Pro CompactFlash CF Card (16 GB)
    Manufacturer:SanDisk
    Lowest Price:$153.78from Amazon.com Marketplace

Description

The SanDisk Extreme Pro CompactFlash card. With lightning-fast (up to 90 MB/s read/write) speed, you'll be able to capture more continuous burst shooting-and get the most out of your professional digital SLR camera. And with up to 64GB of storage, you'll be ready for more RAW+JPEG and high-def video.
3 Reviews for SanDisk 16GB Extreme Pro CompactFlash CF Card (16 GB)
by Abe "Photo Dude"
18/04/2010
Fast!
I am using this 16GB card on the 24 megapixel Nikon D3X. I shoot RAW files only, each shutter click generates a 27 megabyte file and this compact flash card has no problem keeping up with the read/write speed of this camera.
by Jksurferdad
01/05/2010
Great fast card
I shoot a Canon 7D in burst mode for sports action. At 8 fps in RAW format mode (about 24MB per image @ 18MP), I can fire away as long as I want to and the camera never has to wait for the card to catch up writing image bits. Other reviewers gave this card high remarks and that's why I bought it. I needed speed and I got speed. If you need quick data writes to keep up with your high frame-per-second camera, this is a good one!
by MissingNoFingers
12/01/2012
FAST FAST FAST
I usually buy the latest and greatest in UDMA CF modules for my camera. This thing is fast, really fast and beats SanDisk's last fast UDMA CF module (which I though was super fast back when I got it too). This one works well in the Canon Professional Cameras and I can press the shutter button and keeps firing continuously, rarely stopping to catchup on the data writes. I write RAW+ JPEG at a resolution of 12 megapixel.