The CFexpress Type A & UHS-II SDXC Dual-Slot USB 3.2 Gen 2 Card Reader from ProGrade Digital offers a high-speed workflow to match the fast transfer speeds of their memory cards. Equipped with one CFexpress Type A slot and one UHS-II SDXC slot, this reader takes advantage of the 10 Gb/s USB 3.2 Gen 2 bus to deliver transfer speeds of up to 1.25 GB/s, or 1250 MB/s via its USB Type-C interface. Using an included metal plate, its magnetic base can be secured to your Windows or Mac system. Also included are USB Type-C to Type-C and Type-C to Type-A cables.
- 1 x CFexpress Type A Card Slot
- 1 x UHS-II SDXC Card Slot
- 10 Gb/s USB 3.2 Gen 2 Type-C Interface
- Data Transfer Speeds up to 1.25 GB/s
ProGrade Digital PGRWCFXTASDANA Overview
ProGrade Digital PGRWCFXTASDANA Specs
|Media Card Reader||1 x CFexpress Type A|
1 x SDXC (UHS-II [312 MB/s])
|System Connection||USB Type-C Male [USB 3.1 / 3.2 Gen 2 (10 Gb/s)]|
|Power Source||USB Bus Power|
|Package Weight||0.55 lb|
|Box Dimensions (LxWxH)||6.2 x 4.75 x 1.25"|
ProGrade Digital PGRWCFXTASDANA Reviews
A little on the expensive side. But it is so much faster when I'm transferring the massive amounts of photos/video off my cards. Faster than using the options that are cheaper from amazon.
Great memory card reader
Really fast. I bought this one to go with my CFexpress A card in my Sony A1. The only tip is that if you use Image Capture on a Mac to download CFexpress A, the downloaded file shows as an icon on my desktop and not on the Image Capture. Downloading of the SD card still shows up on Image Capture
They make good stuff.
works but gets hot
i shoot mostly birds, which involves LOTS of photos during a shoot with my Sony a1 (30 fps). so that said, when it comes to downloading to my computer, the card reader (and the cards) get quite HOT. I'm sure that degrades the reader and cards' useful lifetimes, but for me, i've never had a card or reader of any brand fail, so all that's theoretical. as far as i can see, the reader and cards work great, and at a significantly lower price than the Sony equivalents, so they're a deal. Note, since i'm using ProGrade reader and cards, its hard to say if the reader will get equally hot if you're using a card from another manufacturer. most likely, the answer is yes, since its a lot of electrical work to empty a full card. and that said, maybe the reader at least should have a better heat dissipation mechanism. it does attach to metal objects with a magnet, so that might be a 2-fer (holds it in place and provides a path to dissipate heat), but i don't know if that's the case. I also note that even when not in use, like for days, the reader remains ever slightly warmer than room temp. that makes no sense to me. its apparently doing something internally all the time, and that seems like its using unnecessary energy. if someone wants to send me the Sony versions, i'll do a comparison (hint hint B&H).
Great purchase, a must need to shoot all file formats.
I purchased a new A7siii and needed to find a storage card that would let me shoot all of the file types on this camera. This card has worked flawlessly so far for me so far and its a little less expensive than Sony's which was a plus.
Well-made dual card reader
Small; reliable. Comes with two cables. Good match for my Sony a 7 iv. Gave it 4 stars because I have not had it long enough to know how it will hold up long term
I really, really like it, but...
It makes the media get very hot. Hotter than anything I've ever experienced with readers in my 20+ years of doing digital photography. Minus that, everything else about this reader I really like. Cards go in very smooth, magnet makes it nice to stick to the side of something. Know the effects of magnets on various things because it is a strong magnet. Writes and reads very quickly and efficiently. Jus that darn heat thing is my only complaint, but it's hot enough for me to dock it one star. Sorry. Fix that, and perfect.
Very nice reader
I use this reader at home. It reads Type A and SD cards, so use it both for my Sony A1 and A9II. Very fast and reliable. The only thing is that it has a magnet on the bottom, which works great attached to my desk, but don't trust it for traveling. Worried it would cause damage/erase a hard drive. I travel with the Sony version as it's smaller and non magnetic. Definitely worth getting.
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