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SanDisk reveals a 256GB CompactFlash card for pro video use

Meet one of the highest-capacity CompactFlash cards on the market designed for professional video use in HD and 4K cameras.

By Sep. 12, 2013

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Lexar pushes CompactFlash speeds with 1000X cards

The new top-shelf cards can read data at 150MB per second--but brace yourself for top-shelf prices. A 32GB model costs $300.

By Jan. 5, 2012

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CompactFlash memory card sequel is done: XQD

Using the PCI Express interface, the new memory cards will be able to reach sustained write speeds starting at 125 megabytes per second.

By Dec. 7, 2011

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Sony launches first XQD cards. Step aside, CompactFlash

The 16GB and 32GB cards read and write at 125MBps and can handle 100-photo bursts from Nikon's new D4 SLR.

By Jan. 6, 2012

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CompactFlash allies rally against dominant SD

Ninety-five percent of cameras today use Secure Digital memory cards. So why do CompactFlash allies think their format still stands a chance?

By Dec. 14, 2010

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CompactFlash sequel arrives: CFast memory cards

CFast, an overhaul of the higher-end memory card format, is arriving--but only in industrial equipment, not cameras, so far.

By Nov. 1, 2010

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SanDisk ConnectPlus 128MB CompactFlash + Wi-Fi

This is the most versatile CompactFlash Wi-Fi adapter we've seen, and it's the best option available for adding wireless to a PDA.

By Nov. 25, 2003

4 stars Editor's rating Nov. 25, 2003

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Transcend's CompactFlash cards go high-speed

New 400X and 600X CompactFlash cards reach capacities of 64GB and 32GB, respectively, and can cost as much as a compact camera.

By Mar. 3, 2010

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Capacity, video throughput highlight new CompactFlash specification

The CF 5.0 specification increases potential capacities into petabyte territory and introduces a marketing-friendly video performance classification scheme.

By Feb. 22, 2010

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Lexar to boost CompactFlash speed, capacity

The flash card maker is adopting a new generation of CompactFlash that doubles today's capacity and data transfer speed. New models are set to ship later this year.

By Mar. 4, 2009