The ultimate-2 card for ultimate performance 266x... Advanced amateurs and professional photographers need Flash memory they can count on for even the most demanding shoots. That's why Kingston® enhanced our CompactFlash® Ultimate cards.
The newly redesigned Kingston CompactFlash Ultimate offers an amazing minimum sustained write speed rating of 266X, making it our fastest card to support high-end digital cameras and devices.
It's designed to deliver superior results with fast data transfer and support for continuous shooting. With its ultra-fast transfer rates of 45MB/sec. read and 40MB/sec. write, you can capture more continuous, highresolution images in less time with the CompactFlash Ultimate than traditional CompactFlash memory cards.
For added peace of mind, CompactFlash Ultimate comes with a bonus download for data recovery software from MediaRECOVER®. With MediaRECOVER, you can recover lost or deleted files and restore corrupt files on Windows or Mac systems.
To ensure that Kingston Flash memory solutions are among the performance leaders in their class, Kingston engineers select high-performance controllers as part of each card's design. Each card is 100-percent tested and you can rest assured that every CompactFlash Ultimate card has received a perfect score.
Available in capacities up to 8GB*, CompactFlash Ultimate offers plenty of room for capturing and storing high volumes of images in RAW, JPEG, TIFF and other large file formats. As with all Kingston Flash cards, CompactFlash Ultimate cards are backed by a lifetime warranty?, 24/7 live technical support and the legendary reliability that makes Kingston the leader in memory.
Reviewed by 2 customers
I've been using Transcend 133x and SanDisk Ultra II cards in my Fuji DSLR for some time. I also use a Digital brand hi-speed card reader and XP. I bought this hoping to reduce read/write times, but the kingston 266x is absolutely no faster than either of the other card brands listed above reading or writing. Additionally it does not always connect properly via the card reader 1 in 5 times, I have to play with it for a while for it to be recognizable to the computer.
Fast transfer speeds with UDMA-enabled devices, but there are less expensive alternatives in UDMA CompactFlash cards.