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    New CF card compatibility with IQ180, et al

    It's time to buy new CF memory cards, and so while browsing my homepage at B&H Photo .... noticed the new Sandisk CF cards. UDMA 7, and up to 160MB/s read write times.

    The Phase One CF compatibility list hasn't been updated for about a year: Knowledge base for Phase One and Mamiya Leaf users

    Anyone use these new fast cards in their IQ180 MFDB? Any issues? I'm mostly interested in the Sandisk 16GB and 32GB Extreme Pro CF cards.

    sandisk extreme pro| B&H Photo Video

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    Re: New CF card compatibility with IQ180, et al

    Great! I've been using the now discontinued 90ms/s without any concerns and was actually thinking of picking up a spare just to have on hand and now see that I can't. Have to stop and think how old my card is....

    I suggest you be the new test subject (much better than a test dummy) and pick one up and tell us how they work. $75 for 16GB 120 MB card seems cheap when compared to what we had been paying for a much slower and smaller card.
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    Re: New CF card compatibility with IQ180, et al

    Ken,

    I have not tried the new Sandisk UDMA 7 cards but, I have tested the Lexar UDMA 7 cards (32GB 1000x) in both the IQ180 and IQ260 and they worked flawlessly.

    Oh and the best deal I found on them was the 2 pk deal on Amazon:

    Amazon.com: Lexar Professional 1000x 32GB CompactFlash Card 2-Pack LCF32GCTBNA10002: LEXAR: Computers & Accessories

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    I've always used Sandisk---but $219 for a Lexar two-pak 32GB sounds pretty good with Amazon prime to boot.

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    Re: New CF card compatibility with IQ180, et al

    I use to use Lexar years ago and never had a problem. Switched to Sandisk and for what ever reason never looked at anything else....
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