The 32GB Extreme Pro CompactFlash Memory Card from SanDisk features enhanced data read speeds of up to 160MB/s along with data write speeds up to 150MB/s. This Extreme Pro CompactFlash Card is designed to support both full HD and 4K video as it is VPG-65 certified. VPG-65 (video performance guarantee) offers sustained data write speeds of 65MB/s ensuring a smooth flow of data keeping video streams crisp and clean. This CompactFlash card is also compatible with both RAW and JPEG file formats and comes equipped with an RTV silicone coating and writable label.
- 32GB Storage Capacity
- Optimized for 4K Video Recording
- Up to 160MB/s Read Speed
- Up to 150MB/s Write Speed
SanDisk 32GB CompactFlash Overview
SanDisk 32GB CompactFlash Specs
|Card Type||CompactFlash Type I|
|Storage Capacity||32 GB|
|Ultra Direct Memory Access (UDMA)||UDMA 7 Compliant|
|Read Speed||Maximum: 160 MB/s|
|Write Speed||Maximum: 150 MB/s|
|Video Performance Guarantee||VPG- 65|
|Durability||Shockproof, Temperature Extremes|
|Operating Temperature||-13 to 185°F / -25 to 85°C|
|Storage Temperature||-40 to 185°F / -40 to 85°C|
|Package Weight||0.07 lb|
|Box Dimensions (LxWxH)||6 x 3.95 x 0.35"|
SanDisk 32GB CompactFlash Reviews
Always CF Cards from SanDisk
This type of memory card was and still is my most used card in my cameras. Some of my cameras date back more than 10 years and are still in use. SanDisk CF cards were the first I purchased [starting with 256MB ;-) many years ago] and since those never failed, I sticked to this brand over all those years and none of those cards ever disappointed me. Hope those cards will serve me without failures in the future as well.
Go to memory card
Been using ScanDisk CompactFlash memory cards in my Canon DSLR cameras for a number of years without any problems. (Well, except that time I picked up the wrong card to erase and reformat; it should have known to stop me).
Card did good but i needed more space had to go to my alternate card another 64 go card. 3 date later a ordered a 128 gb and a 256gb for weekend shoot.
My backup card in case my high capacity card gets filled up. Sandisk Extreme Pro Cards have never failed me! Good stuff!
The One Card I can Trust
I work with 10 to $200,000 cameras and I can not second guess what I am using. Here is a product I trust. I use 128 and 256 because sometimes I just can not stop shooting. I carry many extras/spare and 4 back up portable hard drives and separate them into different luggage, bags and carry-on. Never trust one copy.
Great card for Sound Devices 664
I needed a 128GB CF for a large reality show I was working on. This one is working well inside my Sound Devices 664 Mixer and its on their approved list.
Always SanDisk CF Cards
This type of memory card was and still is my most used card in my cameras. Some of my cameras date back more than 10 years and are still in use. SanDisk CF cards were the first I purchased [starting with 256MB ;-) many years ago] and since those never failed I sticked to this brand over all those years and none of those cards ever disappointed me. Hope those cards will serve me without failures in the future as well.
fast card CF
the fastest that exists in cf
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