Lexar are currently offering discounted prices for compact flash cards, saving up to $90 when purchasing in packs of 2. With the bombardment of new cameras over the last couple of months, it is easy to forget what we had before NAB. With Magic Lanterns software packages getting stronger build by build, the Canon 5D mark iii with Magic Lantern still provides us with an exciting and unique package; currently the only full frame (in photography terms) camera capable of capturing raw video. Said Lexar sale cards are the perfect candidate for raw recording, offering a maximum write speed of 150MB/s. Despite being listed as a guaranteed write speed of 65MB/s, it is well documented that these cards are capable of more, and will sustain the minimum required for raw recording with the 5D mark iii (which typically needs 83MB/s for 1080p, but depends on your framerate). Buying two 64G 1066x speed cards will save you $64.00. Buying two 128G 1066x speed cards will save you $90.00. The above two packages will be the most attractive to 5D raw shooters, however there are other deals to be had with smaller and slower cards in the Lexar line up; the full list can be found here.Read more
B&H are offering instant savings on San Disk Extreme Pro and Lexar 1000x speed compact flash cards. Click the below banners to follow through to each respective deal. The $250 savings on the 128GB San Disk is a great deal, a nice addition to any Canon 1DC users kit bag. There is limited supply at these prices, so be quick!Read more
On Sunday we posted about the new SanDisk CFast 2.0 memory cards, and briefly highlighted the soon to be released 256GB Extreme Pro 160MB/s compact flash. Well, the new speed benchmark has advanced further down the line of UDMA 7 compact flash cards, and is available now in 16, 32, 64 and 128GB cards.Read more
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