This 64GB Transcend UDMA compact flash card is yours for £34
Trenscend's 64GB Ultra Direct Memory Access (UDMA) compact flash card is only £34.99 (opens in new tab). This type of super-fast medium is ideal for high-end cameras and applications where up to 90MBs and 60MBs read and write speeds are required. With this 64GB card one will be able to store around 4,000 RAW image files shot on a DSLR or capable shooter.
With the available read speeds, it makes it less of a chore to get through hundreds of images and hours of footage for editing and post-processing. Finally, as an added bonus, there's a limited lifetime warranty included for better peace of mind. While SD cards have become more popular and are way more affordable than CF counterparts, should you still rely on this type of storage, this deal is for you.
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People still use Compact Flash?!
Yeah, like almost every professional photographer. Like me.
High end DSLR cameras still use CF, though Nikon has started to push for the faster XD standard they developed with Sony.