• SanDisk SDCFH-004G-A11 4GB 30MB/s ULTRA CF Card (US Retail Package)
SanDisk SDCFH-004G-A11 4GB 30MB/s ULTRA CF Card (US Retail Package)

SanDisk SDCFH-004G-A11 4GB 30MB/s ULTRA CF Card (US Retail Package)

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  • High speed card featuring fast 30MB/sec Read/Write speed
  • High performance card for cutting out the wait when transferring data from camera to PC
  • Higher capacity card for capturing more photos and longer videos
  • Works great with Compact Flash compatible digital SLRs and other feature-rich compact cameras
  • Delivers the high-performance that these more advanced cameras demand

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Old Reliable: SanDisk 4GB 30MB/s ULTRA CF Card SanDisk is my 'Go To' card for photography, video and audio. I have never had a problemwith any of the cards I have purchased from this manufacturer through Amazon.I believe they are well constructed and the company offers a wide range of cards for theamateur and professional.My Canon 20D DSLR uses the CF card and I like to shoot my son's martial arts workouts,sparring, and belt tests. I went to a faster card, the 30MB/s transfer rate, because mycamera can shoot 5 frames per second even with a flash attached. I needed a faster cardand this card does the work. I was able to capture fast action and stop it in millisecondincrements. You've got to love the faster cards.I have been using this 4MB card for over 3 years now, to Korea, the West Coast, and in thedojang, and there have been no issues of any type. Solidly built and working as advertisedalways brings me back to SanDisk.Again, I give this card 5 stars due to its performance and build. There are more expensivecards from SanDisk in the professional range but this card does it for me. 5Won't work, system error I purchased this card to use with my Nikon CoolPix camera. I inserted the card and a message said it was unreadable "do you want to format", so I formated as instructed. Well, the only thing that happened was I received a "system error" message and my camera stuck on that screen. I couldn't get it to do anything. I had to remove the card and batteries, reinsert the old card and batteries before it would work. I contacted the seller on 26 September 2012 and asked for help. I received a "your items was shipped, contact Amazon" email???? They NEVER answered my question. I would suggest you skip this seller and this product as well. 1This simply signifies a Compact Flash with plug-in potential issues; but, I have not had one and am pleased with this card. As an enthusiast photographer who has a goal to be a professional photographer, these inexpensive flash cards are excellent to allow you to grasp the beginning of a great series of cameras in two manufacturers of cameras that I am personally acquainted with in their working order and reliability. The transfer of images have been fine and acceptable because my abilities to do so after doing many different modes of transferring images to a device of any nature, has me reporting favorably for this "Ultra" flash card that usually goes with older cameras but not necessarily indicating trouble in any manner. Thank you for allowing an enthusiastic photographer and collector who has future goals of being certified as a professional photographer learn from the ground up with each and every essential piece necessary to go beyond the internal functions of the image device. I do appreciate the opportunity to prove a good review for this product based on experience alone. 3It's a Compact Flash Card - It works - It's pretty fast I have standardized (for now) on 4GB cards because I can shoot a lot, download them quickly to my computer and then burn the entire Compact Flash to a DVD (DVD's hold 4 GB). Also, if you have a card with a lot more capacity, you may be tempted to load it up with a ton of pictures. Not a good thing if you lose one, it gets damaged or if it fails.This one is a SanDisk model. It's not my first SanDisk and won't be my last. These have been the most reliable and fastest cards I have used.SanDisk - I have over a dozen and none have EVER had a problem (can't say that about a few others!) 5Very, very fast We use Nikon D200s in my small photographic company, this card improves their performance quite a bit. When you trigger off a long burst it will fire five times a second for about 22 frames before pausing. This is an improvement over the slower cards we had been using which would pause afer about 15 frames.When you download the card into your computer you will notice a speed increase too.If you are new to photography please take note- Don't buy the biggest card you can afford, buy the fastest. 5More than enough space, very fast, good price Actually the title pretty much sums it up. I've had it for a few months now now and its been very reliable so far. Compared to the $20-$30 some dollars that local stores wanted for smaller slower cards, buying this on Amazon was an excellent deal as well.The only complaint I might have is that 4gb is almost too much. I never find myself on a shoot where I will need that much space. If I fall into a bout of laziness though, and don't dump my images straight away, they extra space allows them to accumulate. Having to go through later and keyword and organize 4Gb worth of photos is just no fun at all.(Currently using this card in an Olympus E-420) 5The previous three SanDisk cards have failed This is my fourth SanDisk Compact Flash card I've bought for use in my Nikon DSLR camera. It has survived for a few months now. Each of the previous three have failed during use after 10 to 15 months, with the consequent loss of hundreds of photographs. I'm hoping a Kingston equivalent will last longer! I understand that other Nikon users have had similar trouble with SanDisk cards. This seems utterly strange to me because SanDisk practically invented this type of card years ago. They ought to work well with such a noted camera as Nikon! 1Write speeds are important. Write speeds for cards become the most import aspect in Compact Flash cards when laying on the motor drive. At 30 megs per second, this card bogs down when shooting sports at 9 frames per second on my 12 meg Nikon D700 or D300. The buffer in the card will cover the initial bursts, but then lags and stalls as the card processes and stores the data that becomes bottlenecked between the camera and the card. What happens is suddenly, while laying on the motor, the camera stops firing. Then a few frames at a time will fire as space opens up during downloads. All images taken before the clog hits will make it into the card, soon enough (just don't turn the camera OFF while they're inputing). This card is as advertised. It holds 4 gigs. The reason it costs less than other 4 gig cards is the Slower Write (or processing) Speed. Just take note that there are much more expensive cards with the same 4-gig capacity. They are more expensive because their Write Speeds are much quicker, from 133 megs per second, over 300 megs per second, and so forth. Professionals need these speeds primarily when shooting sports and often enough they're on the motor for several seconds. The images get from the camera into the card almost instantaneously, say, 40 at a time, without needing a breather. THAT's what you pay the extra money for. Just an FYI... 4Just what I was hoping for I started using the card as soon as it arrived and it has been working great. I use it with a 12 megapixel camera and it seems very quick to save images. With my previous card, I would be ready to snap another image and get a message telling me "please wait...saving image" for about 3-5 seconds between images. This one has not done that at all, I can snap pictures just a couple seconds apart and so far it keeps up with no problems! I have over 300 high resolution images on the card now and no problems with speed. I have also uploaded several pics to my laptop with no troubles. 5Wow has the price of memory come down :-) It has been many years now since I bought my DSLR. At the time I splurged on two HUGE Compact Flash cards ... ONE GIGABYTE!!! They cost a few hundred bucks back in those days, but over time it paid for itself in saved film and development costs.Still, a one gig card held so many photos that over time I got lazy about transferring them off the card, and recently on vacation in Orlando I pressed the shutter release just to see a "Memory Full" error! No problem, thought I, digging into the assigned pocket in my camera bag. Well, there was a tiny problem ... my other card was sitting at home in the memory card slot of my computer. So I hastily paged through a few dozen images with the camera's viewer and nuked some duplicate shots where I'd snapped more than one for safety.Determined that this would happen no more, I went out to buy one or more additional CF cards that evening, just to find out that it is rare to be able to find a CF card in a store anymore ... especially a "smaller size" like a 4 Gb card ... my camera is old enough that it can't address a high capacity than that. I could stick a 32 Gb card in it (and use it) but I'd only be able to save 4 Gb of photos regardless.So once I got home, I poked around on Amazon and ordered two of these. They work great, and the transfer speed (or potential speed) is greater than my older DSLR can manage anyway. The price is a no-brainer, and is less than half of what I would have paid in a store if I'd even been able to get my hands on one there. (I'd found the prices online, and drove to a Best Buy that claimed to have them in stock, only to find out that the web site was wrong once I got to the store).I've used Sandisk memory for years, and never had a problem. The original 1Gb cards that I bought at the same time as the camera years ago are still as good as new, and I've certainly had no problem with these in the time I've been using them.Highly recommended. 5
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Old Reliable: SanDisk 4GB 30MB/s ULTRA CF Card SanDisk is my 'Go To' card for photography, video and audio. I have never had a problemwith any of the cards I have purchased from this manufacturer through Amazon.I believe they are well constructed and the company offers a wide range of cards for theamateur and professional.My Canon 20D DSLR uses the CF card and I like to shoot my son's martial arts workouts,sparring, and belt tests. I went to a faster card, the 30MB/s transfer rate, because mycamera can shoot 5 frames per second even with a flash attached. I needed a faster cardand this card does the work. I was able to capture fast action and stop it in millisecondincrements. You've got to love the faster cards.I have been using this 4MB card for over 3 years now, to Korea, the West Coast, and in thedojang, and there have been no issues of any type. Solidly built and working as advertisedalways brings me back to SanDisk.Again, I give this card 5 stars due to its performance and build. There are more expensivecards from SanDisk in the professional range but this card does it for me. 5Won't work, system error I purchased this card to use with my Nikon CoolPix camera. I inserted the card and a message said it was unreadable "do you want to format", so I formated as instructed. Well, the only thing that happened was I received a "system error" message and my camera stuck on that screen. I couldn't get it to do anything. I had to remove the card and batteries, reinsert the old card and batteries before it would work. I contacted the seller on 26 September 2012 and asked for help. I received a "your items was shipped, contact Amazon" email???? They NEVER answered my question. I would suggest you skip this seller and this product as well. 1This simply signifies a Compact Flash with plug-in potential issues; but, I have not had one and am pleased with this card. As an enthusiast photographer who has a goal to be a professional photographer, these inexpensive flash cards are excellent to allow you to grasp the beginning of a great series of cameras in two manufacturers of cameras that I am personally acquainted with in their working order and reliability. The transfer of images have been fine and acceptable because my abilities to do so after doing many different modes of transferring images to a device of any nature, has me reporting favorably for this "Ultra" flash card that usually goes with older cameras but not necessarily indicating trouble in any manner. Thank you for allowing an enthusiastic photographer and collector who has future goals of being certified as a professional photographer learn from the ground up with each and every essential piece necessary to go beyond the internal functions of the image device. I do appreciate the opportunity to prove a good review for this product based on experience alone. 3It's a Compact Flash Card - It works - It's pretty fast I have standardized (for now) on 4GB cards because I can shoot a lot, download them quickly to my computer and then burn the entire Compact Flash to a DVD (DVD's hold 4 GB). Also, if you have a card with a lot more capacity, you may be tempted to load it up with a ton of pictures. Not a good thing if you lose one, it gets damaged or if it fails.This one is a SanDisk model. It's not my first SanDisk and won't be my last. These have been the most reliable and fastest cards I have used.SanDisk - I have over a dozen and none have EVER had a problem (can't say that about a few others!) 5Very, very fast We use Nikon D200s in my small photographic company, this card improves their performance quite a bit. When you trigger off a long burst it will fire five times a second for about 22 frames before pausing. This is an improvement over the slower cards we had been using which would pause afer about 15 frames.When you download the card into your computer you will notice a speed increase too.If you are new to photography please take note- Don't buy the biggest card you can afford, buy the fastest. 5More than enough space, very fast, good price Actually the title pretty much sums it up. I've had it for a few months now now and its been very reliable so far. Compared to the $20-$30 some dollars that local stores wanted for smaller slower cards, buying this on Amazon was an excellent deal as well.The only complaint I might have is that 4gb is almost too much. I never find myself on a shoot where I will need that much space. If I fall into a bout of laziness though, and don't dump my images straight away, they extra space allows them to accumulate. Having to go through later and keyword and organize 4Gb worth of photos is just no fun at all.(Currently using this card in an Olympus E-420) 5The previous three SanDisk cards have failed This is my fourth SanDisk Compact Flash card I've bought for use in my Nikon DSLR camera. It has survived for a few months now. Each of the previous three have failed during use after 10 to 15 months, with the consequent loss of hundreds of photographs. I'm hoping a Kingston equivalent will last longer! I understand that other Nikon users have had similar trouble with SanDisk cards. This seems utterly strange to me because SanDisk practically invented this type of card years ago. They ought to work well with such a noted camera as Nikon! 1Write speeds are important. Write speeds for cards become the most import aspect in Compact Flash cards when laying on the motor drive. At 30 megs per second, this card bogs down when shooting sports at 9 frames per second on my 12 meg Nikon D700 or D300. The buffer in the card will cover the initial bursts, but then lags and stalls as the card processes and stores the data that becomes bottlenecked between the camera and the card. What happens is suddenly, while laying on the motor, the camera stops firing. Then a few frames at a time will fire as space opens up during downloads. All images taken before the clog hits will make it into the card, soon enough (just don't turn the camera OFF while they're inputing). This card is as advertised. It holds 4 gigs. The reason it costs less than other 4 gig cards is the Slower Write (or processing) Speed. Just take note that there are much more expensive cards with the same 4-gig capacity. They are more expensive because their Write Speeds are much quicker, from 133 megs per second, over 300 megs per second, and so forth. Professionals need these speeds primarily when shooting sports and often enough they're on the motor for several seconds. The images get from the camera into the card almost instantaneously, say, 40 at a time, without needing a breather. THAT's what you pay the extra money for. Just an FYI... 4Just what I was hoping for I started using the card as soon as it arrived and it has been working great. I use it with a 12 megapixel camera and it seems very quick to save images. With my previous card, I would be ready to snap another image and get a message telling me "please wait...saving image" for about 3-5 seconds between images. This one has not done that at all, I can snap pictures just a couple seconds apart and so far it keeps up with no problems! I have over 300 high resolution images on the card now and no problems with speed. I have also uploaded several pics to my laptop with no troubles. 5Wow has the price of memory come down :-) It has been many years now since I bought my DSLR. At the time I splurged on two HUGE Compact Flash cards ... ONE GIGABYTE!!! They cost a few hundred bucks back in those days, but over time it paid for itself in saved film and development costs.Still, a one gig card held so many photos that over time I got lazy about transferring them off the card, and recently on vacation in Orlando I pressed the shutter release just to see a "Memory Full" error! No problem, thought I, digging into the assigned pocket in my camera bag. Well, there was a tiny problem ... my other card was sitting at home in the memory card slot of my computer. So I hastily paged through a few dozen images with the camera's viewer and nuked some duplicate shots where I'd snapped more than one for safety.Determined that this would happen no more, I went out to buy one or more additional CF cards that evening, just to find out that it is rare to be able to find a CF card in a store anymore ... especially a "smaller size" like a 4 Gb card ... my camera is old enough that it can't address a high capacity than that. I could stick a 32 Gb card in it (and use it) but I'd only be able to save 4 Gb of photos regardless.So once I got home, I poked around on Amazon and ordered two of these. They work great, and the transfer speed (or potential speed) is greater than my older DSLR can manage anyway. The price is a no-brainer, and is less than half of what I would have paid in a store if I'd even been able to get my hands on one there. (I'd found the prices online, and drove to a Best Buy that claimed to have them in stock, only to find out that the web site was wrong once I got to the store).I've used Sandisk memory for years, and never had a problem. The original 1Gb cards that I bought at the same time as the camera years ago are still as good as new, and I've certainly had no problem with these in the time I've been using them.Highly recommended. 5
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