Delkin Devices is introducing CF Association video performance compliant UDMA 7 CompactFlash memory cards the Delkin CF 1000x. UDMA cards transfers data from one device to another without the use of the CPU which makes them much faster then PIO mode based cards which required a lot of CPU function.
These cards are built to work with UDMA enabled cameras including the Cannon 5D Mark III, the 1DX and the Nikon D800. It has a transfer rate of 150MBs read and 80MBs write. It allows for the shooting of jpeg images in continuous burst mode. It will capture 1080p HD video at high rates without dropping frames. The UDMA CompactFlash memory cards are designed and engineered in San Diego Ca. The components are carefully chosen to increase quality and longevity. They have a Tekta coating which protects them from extreme temperatures and harsh environments and impact. They are capable of with standing full submersion in water. They will begin shipping on April 23 and will be available in 16GB, 32GB, 64GB, 128GB and will be priced at $119.99, $199.99, $399.99 and $649.99 respectively. A 256GB card will be released later this year.
Delkin Devices was founded in 1986 and is a top US manufacture of memory upgrades and digital devices. If you are just buying a memory card for your point and shoot, then these are not the cards for you, however if you are looking for a professional grade cards that will work in the toughest environment then the Delkin CF 1000X maybe what you are looking for.
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