SanDisk 32GB Extreme Pro CompactFlash Memory Card (160MB/s)

SanDisk 32GB Extreme Pro CompactFlash Memory Card (160MB/s)

SanDisk 32GB Extreme Pro CompactFlash Memory Card (160MB/s)

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Product Highlights

  • 32GB Storage Capacity
  • Optimized for 4K Video Recording
  • Up to 160MB/s Read Speed
  • Up to 150MB/s Write Speed
  • Compatible with RAW & JPEG Formats
  • Includes RTV Silicone Coating
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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.

Enhanced continuous shot-to-shot performance with up to 150 MB/s (1000x) data transfer speed
Enhanced transfer speed to move data from the card to computer at up to 160 MB/s (1067x)
VPG-65 (Video Performance Guarantee) specifications allow Full HD video and 4K cinema quality video performance with minimum sustained write speed of 65 MB/sec
Includes RTV silicone coating inside for added protection against shock and vibration
Writeable label for easy identification and organization
Jewel case to protect your card for storing and archiving
UPC: 619659102319
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SanDisk 32GB Extreme Pro CompactFlash Memory Card (160MB/s)
  • Limited Lifetime Warranty
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    SanDisk 32GB Specs

    Card Type CompactFlash Type I
    Storage Capacity 32 GB
    Speed (X-rating) 1067x
    Ultra Direct Memory Access (UDMA) UDMA 7 Compliant
    Data Transfer Read Speed: 160 MB/s Maximum (Burst)
    Write Speed: 150 MB/s Maximum (Burst)
    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
    File System FAT32
    Packaging Info
    Package Weight 0.1 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 6.0 x 4.0 x 0.5"

    SanDisk 32GB Reviews

    32GB Extreme Pro CompactFlash Memory Card (160MB/s) is rated 4.9 out of 5 by 610.
    Rated 2 out of 5 by from My first bad CF card I bought the 32G card just under a year ago and have had some weird problems with pics saving on the card. I first thought it was camera related but yesterday I couldn't download my pictures -had to copy paste them to be able to view. Today put it back in the camera and it wouldn't format-and camera was flashing CHA which I have never seen before.Used menu to format but now camera says the card is damaged ? I have decided that my initial fears are correct, I'll be sticking to smaller sized cards from now on. 32G is just too many pics to risk losing at one time....
    Date published: 2014-04-22
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Compact Flash Extreme Pro 32GB (160)MBs) Wow...what a difference the speed capabilities this card makes with my continuous shoot mode! I used to get very frustrated with my Sandisk Extreme Pro 32GB (90MBs) when shooting in this mode. The constant busy signal kept me from getting those perfect candid shots my customers so desired. Now I capture these moments effortlessly. As to the transfer speed, I used to walk away from my computer due to time constraints. Now with faster transfer capabilities I am able to start utilizing my photos within Photoshop in a matter of minutes. My only regret is that I didn't purchase this compact flash card much sooner! Look at all those potential candid photos I missed!
    Date published: 2014-07-28
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Sandisk is the best I have used Lexar and Sandisk pretty much interchangeably. However, I will now be sticking with Sandisk. They both work as advertised and they both, sometimes, fail. I earlier had a Sandisk CF card fail and I had to send it it and they sent me a new one. No problem. I more recently had a Lexar disk fail. It turns out that their lifetime warranty is meaningless. They delayed answering emails. They wanted an original purchase receipt and other annoyances. I gave up trying to return it under warranty which is probably the reason for the ridiculous hurdles they put in the way. I also gave up purchasing their brand.
    Date published: 2015-06-29
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Sandisk Extreme Pro Delivers I purchased this card to use in my Nikon D800. I shoot a lot of time-lapse images . . . up to the full 999 and the files on this 36megapixel camera are large. To get the interval I wanted I needed a card that could handle large files quickly and not allow the camera to fill its buffer. This card works very well. All files are written with no delay, increasing my chances of obtaining a smooth time-lapse. Another advantage is the download speed of the card. With so many large files to process, it is nice to have a card that can match the speed of a USB 3 on a fully loaded Mac. Workflow becomes so much faster and fun. I will be purchasing an additional card.
    Date published: 2014-03-05
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Too fast for a Canon 7D I purchased this product for my Canon EOS 7D camera, and tested it to see how it compared to my existing 16 GB SanDisk Extreme 60 MB/s CompactFlash card. I like to shoot baseball, and I wanted to know if the 160 MB/s card could capture a higher frame rate or a larger number of frames than the 60 MB/s card.You can read this entire review, but here's the conclusion: In a Canon EOS 7D with the firmware 2.0.3 (latest, with UDMA support), the 60 MB/s and 160 MB/s cards performance is virtually identical, and the 160 MB/s feature is not worth the increased cost. I experienced no difficulties or compatibility problems whatsoever with either card. I formatted both cards in the camera, mounted it on a tripod, and adjusted the camera for highest frame rate performance. I then photographed the iPhone Stopwatch app at highest speed, RAW-only, until capture speed was noticeably reduced. I performed each test at least three times. Variance between tests was minimal.Using the 160 MB/s card, I can capture 23 RAW images in three seconds. In the fourth second, frame rate noticeably deteriorates to two to four fps. (One second it's four, another it's 2, another it's 3, etc.).Using the 60 MB/s card, I can capture 21 to 23 RAW images (usually 21) in three seconds. In the fourth second, frame rate noticeably deteriorates to two to four fps. Although this faster card does provide a measurable difference in frame rate, I think it is insignificant.I also measured buffer flush times, and here the difference was substantial. I captured a burst for about 4 seconds, and then I stopped capturing and I timed how long the red write LED flashed. In this test, the 160 MB/s card was dramatically better: While the slow card took 9.7 seconds to finish writing data, the 160 MB/s card took 6 seconds. This means: After shooting a burst, your 7D is ready for more photos about four seconds sooner if you use the 160 MB/s card. This might be significant to some photographers. And, of course, copying 32 GB of data to your PC will probably be much faster with the 160 MB/s card, as long as you have a high quality USB 3.0 card reader (my Mac only has USB 2, so I could not test this).For my needs, I should have saved my money and purchased a 60 MB/s or 90 MB/s card, but I am going to keep this card and the old card will be my backup. No complaints whatsoever about this product, but my recommendation would be to buy an Extreme or Extreme Pro (90 MB/s) model for this camera.Final comments: First, SanDisk has three kinds of Extreme cards:Extreme (60 MB/s)Extreme Pro (90 MB/s)Extreme PRO (160 MB/s)B & H does a great job of letting you know which SanDisk card you're buying. @ does a poor job, with pricing and markings that don't make sense. I do not recommend buying this product from @, because it's hard to know what you're buying.I hope you've enjoyed my test results. If you have a different camera model, such as a 5D Mark iii, do not assume that your results will be the same. Different camera models have different CPU's, so your performance may be very different.
    Date published: 2013-11-07
    Rated 3 out of 5 by from Not sure if it's the card but... We have used the 16gb versions of this card without issue in our Canon 5D MKIII since we bought it in 2013. Late last year we picked up a couple of the 32gb versions for additional capacity. After the first use I noticed glitches in some of the video clips as well as still images. I reformatted the card thinking this would fix the issue; it did not. The same thing happened on the next shoot. The problem was intermittent but happened enough that we couldn't trust the card. I put the card back into the bag and forgot about it until I noticed that the 1 year warranty was about to expire. I sent the cards back to SanDisk and they exchanged them for 2 new ones. Again, we had the same issues with the replacements. I am not sure if this is some sort of compatibility problem with the camera or a common problem with this particular model of card. I called Canon support and they blamed the card.
    Date published: 2017-01-30
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Reliable I bought two 32GB Extreme Pro CompactFlash Memory Card (160MB/s). All of my CompactFlash Memory Cards are SanDisk. I recently used the cards with; a Canon EOS 1D Mark IV SLR and a Canon EOS-1D Mark III 10.1 Megapixel Digital SLR Camera cameras. I have utilized them shooting afternoon D3 collegiate football games. I shot both game via jpg (Large) format. I had no buffering issues, even with 5-10 images bursts. Because of excellent past experiences with SanDisk Compact Flash cards, I will continue to endorse their usage.
    Date published: 2017-09-18
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great Card For Sound Devices 6-Series Mixers/Recorders I recently purchased a new Sound Devices 633 mixer/recorder. I've always been a diehard Hoodman media storage card fan--and I still am. The Hoodman cards have provided me years of reliable service with zero card failures and they are made in the USA. That being said Sound Devices is adament on consumers only using approved media storage cards that they have benchmark tested and approved. The Sandisk Extreme Pro Cards are at the top of the list. I run 64 GB Extreme Pro CF and SDXC cards in my 633. I keep a 32 GB Extreme Pro CF and SDXC card in the bag for back ups. When I get five years of problem free service from these cards I'll bump my four star rating up to five stars.
    Date published: 2017-01-16
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