SanDisk Extreme PRO 32GB CompactFlash Memory Card UDMA 7 Speed Up To 160MB/s- SDCFXPS-032G-X46 Reviews

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SanDisk Extreme PRO 32GB CompactFlash Memory Card UDMA 7 Speed Up To 160MB/s- SDCFXPS-032G-X46 Reviews

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SanDisk Extreme PRO 32GB CompactFlash Memory Card UDMA 7 Speed Up To 160MB/s- SDCFXPS-032G-X46

SanDisk Extreme PRO 32GB CompactFlash Memory Card UDMA 7 Speed Up To 160MB/s- SDCFXPS-032G-X46

  • Extreme continuous shot-to-shot performance with up to 150MB/s (1000X) write speed
  • Extreme transfer speed to move data from the card to computer at up to 160MB/s (1067X) read speed
  • Video Performance Guarantee- 65 (VPG-65) specification allowing Full HD video and 4K cinema quality video1 performance with minimum sustained write speed of 65MB/sec
  • Writeable label for easy identification and organization
  • The Power Core controller’s firmware algorithms through wear leveling enhance endurance of card by moving the data efficiently across the memory card
  • Featuring RTV silicone coating for added protection against shock and vibration
  • Extreme reliability in extreme temperatures, tested to perform from -25DegreeC to 85DegreeC (-13DegreeF to 185DegreeF)
  • Compatible with CompactFlash format supporting host devices; UDMA7 enabled

Features Storage: 32GB Read Speed: up to 160MB/s Write Speed: up to 150MB/s Video Speed: VPG-65 Form Factor: CompactFlash Industry-Leading Combination of Storage Capacity and Professional-Grade Performance Get high-capacity storage, faster shot-to-shot performance, and cinema-quality video with the SanDisk Extreme PRO CompactFlash Memory Card. With transfer speeds of up to 160MB/s, this card offers the fast, efficient performance you expect from the global leader in flash memory cards. This indu

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3 Comments

Ian Anderson

May 9, 2016 at 12:23 am
108 of 110 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars
Works as Advertised!, March 5, 2014
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Ian Anderson (Tallahassee, FL USA) –
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I received this card the other day and was curious how it would perform in my Canon 5D Mark III, so I tested it against some of my other high speed cards. Obviously you are paying a premium for the write speed, so I wanted to make sure I got what I paid for, so to speak. Here’s what I came away with:

Camera Settings
-Canon 5D Mark III with battery grip – 2 fully charged batteries (grip doesn’t matter)
-Freshly in-camera formatted CF cards
-ISO 100, 1/8000s, body cap (so f/0, manual focus)
-ALO, High ISO NR, vignette removal, CA correction OFF
-RAW
-High Speed Drive
Note: I realize that the body cap photos are all black and real photos will be larger and slow the camera more, but I think that this is the only way to have a 100% reproducible test.

Test
-Depress shutter fully until the camera slows
-Wait for buffer write to finish
-Press image review – look at # of images, subtracting the extra frame that indicated the buffer was full

Results
-Sandisk 16GB (SDCFX-016G-A61) UDMA 60MB/s read/write speed rated: 19 frames
-Lexar 32GB 1000x (LCF32GCTBNA1) UDMA7 – 150MB/s read / 95MB/s write speed rated: 23 frames
-Sandisk 32GB Extreme Pro (SDCFXP-032G-X46) UDMA6, 90MB/s write speed rated: 25 frames
-Sandisk 64GB Extreme Pro (SDCFXPS-064G-X46) 160MB/s read / 150MB/s write speed rated: 35 frames

The new card isn’t quite a 50% boost over the previous generation, but it’s close, and being able shoot at 6fp for at least 5 seconds straight in a 5DIII is excellent. I’m sure the 1DX, D4, and other cameras would also benefit from the card.

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Ray

May 9, 2016 at 1:01 am
25 of 26 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars
Works amazingly well in CF readers that are updated for UDMA7, December 16, 2013
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Ray (Arizona) –

The card works fine. Prices vary a lot at different major retailers. Make sure your reader is new or firmware-updated to UDMA7, at which point the download speed is amazing. If the speed is the same as or slightly slower than older cards, that’s how you’ll know you need UDMA7 update or a new reader.
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Adriannicus

May 9, 2016 at 1:27 am
12 of 12 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars
Very fast card, can shoot video and take photos without bottoming out, April 9, 2014
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Adriannicus (Under a drift in NE) –

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This review is from: SanDisk Extreme PRO 32GB CompactFlash Memory Card UDMA 7 Speed Up To 160MB/s- SDCFXPS-032G-X46 (Personal Computers)
I wanted to wait a bit before I reviewed this card, because I was skeptical that it would be much of an improvement over the less expensive cards I’ve purchased before from Sandisk. My previous best card was 90MB/s and the difference was very noticeable. The biggest difference is when the card is getting to the half full mark, or when you’re shooting video over 30 seconds. It’s worth the extra cost if you are planning to use this card as your go-to for shooting video, shooting big events in still and video, or you want to bring only one card on a long vacation.
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