Sandisk's latest CF card: Huge capacity, speed demon
64GB Compact Flash claims up to 90MB/s read and write speedsRead More
The SanDisk Pro 16GB U is commonly used for Portable images/multimedia, Storing images/multimedia and more.The SanDisk Pro 16GB U is most used by customers who consider themselves to be a Enthusiast, Professional, Semi pro among others.The SanDisk Pro 16GB U is popular because customers like the following qualities of the SanDisk Pro 16GB U: Easy to use, Great value, Large capacity, Reliable and Writes/reads fast
Most Liked Positive Review
Quick write speeds
Best compact flash card I have used for the Nikon D300 and D700 when it comes to sports photography
Most Liked Negative Review
It was rated such a good card :(
I used the card on my first shoot with my 5D Mark ii that I purchased. Only about 60% of my images would transfer over to my computer. After about 2 hours on the phone with SanDisk and Rescue Pro, they figured out it must be a bad sector in the card. Unfortunately there was nothing I could do about losing the photos from the shoot I did. I personally think I just got a bad card - cause it has so many really great reviews!
Reviewed by 71 customers
Ordered from Adorama as free delivery but it arrived with postage due.
San Disk is probably on top of them all, it's fast and has lots of space and was wonderfully priced.
This is the third one I've purchased. My digital back is finicky about compact flash cards. SanDisk Extreme has always worked perfectly and have been very reliable.
I absolutely love these cards. While I don't notice a speed in writing and recording, sandisk in general makes great reliable memory cards.
As to be expected from SanDisk this card works just fine
San Disc Extreme Pro cards are the best....never had one fail me yet. Fast write times, always reliable.
This is the fifth card I've purchased. I am totally happy with the performance.
I've never bought a bad card from SanDisk.
I chose 16GB because it is large enough, but not too large. I'd rather have my images on two 16GB rather than one 32GB. If one fets lost or damaged I'll still have at least 1/2 of my images.
I am a semi-new/semi-professional photographer in California. In Februabry I held an all-day Mini Valentines Sessions for my clients kids. I already have one of these disks and bought another for backup and Ill explain why. While about half way through the Mini Session, my disc was full. Now, for the record, I shoot RAW with my Canon 5D Mark II (big file size). It was right at the end of one client and I had about 20 minutes before the next. Well, I rushed to download all of these images onto my MAC and it takes what feels like FOREVER. Luckily, I had a 8GB that originally came with my little Rebel 8 years ago and I was able to get by. I knew I had a full 9 hour day of Shooting Easter Pictures in March and I was NOT about to run out of disk space, hence I ordered another of these. Its just as described, writes fast, has a good amount of storage. If I could afford dropping a larger amount of $ at one time Id get an even bigger/higher GB disk but having 2 Extreme Pro 16GB disk and a regular 8GB as backup is good enough for me....If I were a wedding photog, different story. Hope this helps!