Extreme IV:a new series of CompactFlash cards from Sandisk
September 25, 2008, 2:06 pm
To meet the growing needs of demanding professionals and amateurs in the field of digital photography company SanDisk has released a new series CompactFlash card Extreme IV. New items at 12, 5% ahead of the productivity of its predecessors, providing a read/write speed of up to 45 Mbps. However, the leadership in the industry these products do not compete - for example, CF-card A-DATA can read data at speeds up to 52 Mb/s and to record at speeds of up to 47 Mbps. The new flash cards tested with the help of many digital cameras, including a series of Canon EOS, Nikon D300 and D3, Sony Alpha A700, Olympus E500 and E3. Especially a series of Extreme IV is reliable - on the application of the manufacturer, they are the industry`s widest range of operating temperatures from -25 ° C to 85 ° C. The series includes three models receptacle 4, 8 and 16 GB. The recommended retail price is $ 120, $ 240 and $ 400 respectively. Also, buyers are invited to corporate kardrider with FireWire interface - it can be purchased for $ 80.