Imaging pros expect a lot from their equipment and can't afford to have a component limit their productivity or creativity. That's where Kingston's CompactFlash Elite ProTM memory cards come in. They're designed specifically to help advanced amateur or professional photographers get the best performance from their high-end imaging devices and applications.
No matter how fast you work, the Elite Pro can keep pace with its ultra-fast transfer rates. With up to 32GB capacity* means you can capture more continuous,high-resolution images in less time with the Elite Pro than with traditional CompactFlash memory cards.
When it's time to transfer your largest files, watch them fly - your production workflow will be more efficient than ever. Kingston'sType II PC card adapter or our CF readers (see optional accessories) can expand your capabilities further, allowing full use of a computer's USB or parallel ports.
When you purchase a Kingston CompactFlash Elite Pro memory card, you're not justgetting great Flash memory performance. The Kingston name means you can count onour products to perform when it matters most.
Most Liked Positive Review
I used this card last weekend in Vegas. Took over 1000 shots and had no discrepancies with this card. Fast for what it is, reliable so far. Happy with this purchase.
Most Liked Negative Review
Just stopped working
I bought this card at the end of March. It is now mid-June. I was taking some photos and the card just failed. I put it in my PC, and it wouldn't format. I've used it consistently over the past 2.5 months, and would say it was fine if it hadn't just died.
Reviewed by 48 customers
The only card I use in my 5D Mark III. I have used Kingston cards for 3 years and not one problem!!! Love them, trust them! Great price so I am able to replace yearly!
Good card, good price.
I have been using this for a year now and i have never faced any issues... using this with my canon 40D and Canon 7D Works like a gun
This is solid value for the money. Yes, there are faster CF cards, and they cost accordingly. The Kingston brand is reliable -- I've used them for years.
I've had this card for a couple years and it's been super reliable for me. Using this on an Olympus E-510.
I usually shoot out a card and then archive it as a 1st stage file. The card performed as expected when shooting and I have pulled images off of it on several occasions since without and degradation or file loss.
Wanted larger capacity for trip to Yellowstone and other national parks in the area. 8gb gives me over 1000 jpeg shots and 500 Raw images per card. 2 cards gives me enough capacity for my trip. Instead of just shooting for quantity I prefer being selective in my shots and this amount is more than enough to review after the trip. Faster writing would be better for downloading, but for the price it works well.
Not much to say here which is probably a good thing. It is works great.
I've used a number of Kingston CF Cards now and have never had any trouble. It's a little slower than some of the other cards out there, but for the price it can't be beat!! I've used these cards in my Canon 5D and 50D and I've never lost an image. I keep a couple of these in the bag as back-ups in case I fill up my larger, faster cards.