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SanDisk Extreme III 16GB CompactFlash card
Ilse Jurriën : October 3th 2006 - 02:10 CET
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SanDiskSanDisk Extreme III 16GB CompactFlash card : In Hall 6 SanDisk showcase their line-up of flash memory solutions. In just a few years the number of flash memory formats has increased dramatically and with the booming mobile imaging market the size of a flash card decreased even faster. One of the formats, like the CompactFlash, is still one the favorite format for the professional photographer. His complete workflow is created around this flash memory card. His professional digital SLR camera incorporates a CF card slot, he is working with a CF card reader, FireWire or USB 2.0 and his storage devices are used to back-up his data from the CompactFlash card.
SanDisk Extreme III 16GB CompactFlash cardSanDisk 16GB Extreme III CF
Every time SanDisk introduced the next step of flash memory solutions, in this case a higher storage capacity, we always hear the same reaction; "Wow… when will I ever need this amount of Gigabytes?" This is the same reaction we heard when SanDisk introduced the new storage capacities for Extreme III CF cards; the SanDisk Extreme III 12 and 16GB CompactFlash flash memory cards. However these cards are targeted for the professional user and those consumers are almost always shooting in RAW and often in RAW + JPEG format at the same time. And there is always a group of digital medium format users who are almost begging for higher storage capacities. For example the new Hasselblad H3D digital SLR is shooting 39 Megapixels resulting into an 8bit TIFF file of 117MB.

SanDisk Extreme III CompactFlash cards
The SanDisk Extreme III 12 and 16GB CompactFlash cards will have minimum write and read speeds of 20 megabytes per second (MB/sec) and ships to photo retailers by the end of the year.

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