Built with strength, reliability, and performance, the 2TB POWER CFexpress Type B Memory Card from Delkin Devices provides read speeds of up to 1730 MB/s and write speeds of up to 1540 MB/s, making it suitable for professional photographers and videographers. Designed to excel in high-end cinematic hosts, this card can capture 5.9K, DCI 4K, and Full HD video at standard and high frame rates of up to 180 fps, plus continuous shooting raw bursts of up to 200 still images.
- 2TB Storage Capacity
- PCIe 3.0 x4 Bus
- Max Read Speed: 1730 MB/s
- Max Write Speed: 1540 MB/s
Delkin Devices 2TB CFexpress Type B Overview
Delkin Devices 2TB CFexpress Type B Specs
|Card Type||CFexpress Type B|
|Storage Capacity||2 TB|
|Bus Type||PCI-Express 3.0|
|Read Speed||Maximum: 1730 MB/s|
|Write Speed||Maximum: 1540 MB/s|
|Durability||Magnet-Proof, Shockproof, Static Proof, Temperature Extremes, UV Light Resistant, Waterproof, X-Ray Proof|
|Package Weight||0.055 lb|
|Box Dimensions (LxWxH)||6.25 x 4.2 x 0.35"|
Delkin Devices 2TB CFexpress Type B Reviews
Great Product Great Price
I am a Delkin Power fanboy and use them exclusively as my CFExpress memory card for Nikon. When I saw B&H was running a special I snagged one to add to my collection. Delkin has never failed me but if it ever does the 48hr replacement policy is top-notch.
Lots of card capacity at a great price
I have both Delkin Black (150) and Delkin Power cards in the 128 size. This card came up at a heavily discounted price. My camera says it can hold more than 13,000 using HE* on the Z9. I have opted to put it in slot 2 for video work. I have not tested it for video yet, however I ran a few tests at 20FPS using uncompressed RAW and the buffer numbers in the viewfinder indicated it was full at just over 200. That's more than enough. If you need a longer burst than that the Delkin Black 150 seems to keep going for much longer and the buffer just keeps resetting. It slows to a slightly lower frame rate for two or three seconds then appears to go back to 20FPS. I have never felt tempted jus to hold the shutter down for more than 10 seconds, but it is possible. Delkin Cards are able to handle lots of data without becoming hot which I believe is a good indicator of reliability. Their performance at transferring images to the computer is also very impressive. The 512 Power is a very welcome addition to the collection, the capacity for video was my main reason for opting for the larger size.
Bang for your Buck
My 256GB card was filling up in a day and I also started filming HD video which takes up a lot of space. The Delkin CFe 512GB card is every bit as good as my 256GB card and gives me the additional space I need to shoot all day long. I also purchased this on a daily special, so the price was excellent. This card also runs cooler in my Cfe reader than my smaller 256GB card.
Best card for the money (so far)
I picked this up during the holiday sales for a massive deal. Much cheaper than other cf express cards of a similar capacity. Just got lucky on the day I was ordering it was a huge discount. Been able to shoot a bunch of full uhd video content with no slowing down on my canon mirrorless. Only issue now is having to go buy a ton more hard drive space for all the things I will be shooting using this card. ;)
Fast speed, less temperature rise
Fast speed, less temperature rise
No complaints with this card!
Fast and capacious
So far so good - using it in the ever overheated Canon R5 - space for the huge RAW files and fast movement off the card to my laptop. No issues to report so far.
Perfect for my Z9
I bought these cards to use in my Nikon Z9 on the strong recommendation of the subject expert on a FaceBook page I follow. I could not be happier with the performance. I fire burst at 20 fps for as long as I want without a problem. The thing I really like is the speed of downloading. I thought my XQD cards were fast but they are nothing compared to the speed of these cards. I regularly see reports of people having trouble with other brands in their Z9 but never anything on the Belkins.
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