Meet the highest-capacity CompactFlash card on the market, at a whopping 256GB.
Meet one of the highest-capacity CompactFlash cards on the market designed for professional video use in HD and 4K cameras.
The 16GB and 32GB cards read and write at 125MBps and can handle 100-photo bursts from Nikon's new D4 SLR.
The new top-shelf cards can read data at 150MB per second--but brace yourself for top-shelf prices. A 32GB model costs $300.
Using the PCI Express interface, the new memory cards will be able to reach sustained write speeds starting at 125 megabytes per second.
SanDisk has announced its latest range of flash memory products to cater for photographers and videographers using SDHC or CompactFlash.
Ninety-five percent of cameras today use Secure Digital memory cards. So why do CompactFlash allies think their format still stands a chance?
CFast, an overhaul of the higher-end memory card format, is arriving--but only in industrial equipment, not cameras, so far.
The Canon PowerShot G1 X Mark II has some solid capabilities and a standout lens, but the overall experience just doesn't live up to its price.
Unless you live in a very small home and need a color router to match, skip D-Link's latest DIR-818LW in favor of more powerful options.