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SanDisk SDCFXPS-032G-X46 Extreme PRO 32GB CompactFlash VPG-65 UDMA 7 (Up to 160MB/s Read, 150MB/s Write) CF Memory Card , Black
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- Read Speed: up to 160 MB/s
- Write Speed: up to 140 MB/s
- VPG-65, the Video Performance Guarantee specification that ensures smooth 4K video recording as well as Full HD
- These cards are tested with rigorous stress, shock, and vibration procedures and feature RTV silicone coating for added protection against shock and vibration.
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LONG VERSION: To start, let met start off by saying that I am a professional wedding photographer. We photograph roughly between 25-35 weddings a year. We currently have 5 Canon cameras, and 6 of these Sandisk Extreme Pro 128gb Compact Flash cards. The ages range from about 3 years old, to 3 months old. This year alone, we will have taken roughly 4 Terabytes of raw photos. 100% of our photos will have gone through these Extreme Pro cards.
Out of the entire time I have owned these cards, they have never let me down. I have never had a failure, never had a corruption. Our cameras are set up with two memory card slots. Most are 1 CF and 1 SD. We also use Sandisk Extreme Pro SD 128gb cards. Our cameras are set to write RAW to both.
These cards are the fastest CF that Sandisk offers. The speed not only helps when writing to the card itself (Most cameras max out at about 50-60MBs) but when you are downloading them back to your computer. Thats where they really shine. Use a Lexar HR1 4 bay hub. We have 4 cards downloading at once, and the fast 160MBs speed helps with time.
I have attached a screen shot of a speed test performed one of these cards. It was performed by a USB 3 Lexar CFR1 reader. The speeds are lower than what is rated, but that could be my USB3 reader, and not the actual card.
When shopping for memory cards, there are several brands. But I 100% believe that Sandisk are the best. We use Sandisk exclusively in every camera we own.
I was not reimbursed in any way for this review.
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Not the cheapest on the market.
TIPS TO GET THE MOST OUT OF IT:
For proper data management, you should ALWAYS format (not delete) your card inside the camera. Every single time. For proper workflow, it should be downloaded to a computer, put back in the camera, and then formatted. That will ensure that your data is as safe as possible. That has been my workflow, and I have never had a corruption issue.
-Canon 5D Mark III with battery grip - 2 fully charged batteries (grip doesn't matter)
-Freshly in-camera formatted CF cards
-ISO 100, 1/8000s, body cap (so f/0, manual focus)
-ALO, High ISO NR, vignette removal, CA correction OFF
-High Speed Drive
Note: I realize that the body cap photos are all black and real photos will be larger and slow the camera more, but I think that this is the only way to have a 100% reproducible test.
-Depress shutter fully until the camera slows
-Wait for buffer write to finish
-Press image review - look at # of images, subtracting the extra frame that indicated the buffer was full
-Sandisk 16GB (SDCFX-016G-A61) UDMA 60MB/s read/write speed rated: 19 frames
-Lexar 32GB 1000x (LCF32GCTBNA1) UDMA7 - 150MB/s read / 95MB/s write speed rated: 23 frames
-Sandisk 32GB Extreme Pro (SDCFXP-032G-X46) UDMA6, 90MB/s write speed rated: 25 frames
-Sandisk 64GB Extreme Pro (SDCFXPS-064G-X46) 160MB/s read / 150MB/s write speed rated: 35 frames
The new card isn't quite a 50% boost over the previous generation, but it's close, and being able shoot at 6fp for at least 5 seconds straight in a 5DIII is excellent. I'm sure the 1DX, D4, and other cameras would also benefit from the card.