CFexpress

Transcend CFexpress 820 Type B Memory Card Review

CF Express Type B cards have had the fortune of enhanced visibility as of late, their performance becoming the sweet spot for many new digital and video cameras that can take advantage of their data transfer speeds. Before the newest Type B version, most enthusiasts had never even imagined transfer cards faster than that of a SD card that could …

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Delkin Black CF Express Type B 512GB Memory Card Review – Incomparable Sustained Write Speeds and Low Temps

In late 2020, Canon introduced the EOS R5 mirrorless camera and that set off a frenzy of companies rushing to market the latest and greatest in CF Express Type B memory cards.  The sheer speed of CF Express B moved digital media into a new realm where photographers and videographers could capture moments that were once impossible.  Don’t get me …

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Lexar Professional 512GB CFexpress Type B Card Review (512GB)

Some time ago, we posted our review on the newest storage media to hit the consumer as of late, the Lexar Professional 256GB CFexpress Type B Card.  At 1750MB/s read and 1000MB/s write, this storage media is pretty much the fastest there is for its size. It comes with a limited lifetime warranty, and at the time of our review, …

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ProGrade CFExpress B 1TB 1700 Gold / 325GB 1700 Cobalt Memory Cards & Thunderbolt 3 Card Reader Review – Things Just Keep on Getting Better

Sustained write disk performance is not advertised with most CFexpress Type B cards today and, in fact, it is not common whatsoever in the flash industry.  As much as it is not spoken of, consumer SSDs, SD cards, compact flash cards, and even the latest CFexpress cards, are marketed and sold according to their ‘peak’ read and write data transfer …

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Delkin Devices 64GB, 128GB ands 256GB Power and Prime CFexpress Type B Cards Reviewed – Great Sustained Speeds at Low Temps

If there is anything we have discovered with the release of the Canon EOS R5 camera in the past two months, its the need for fast CFexpress Type B cards at a low temperature.  Our first two reviews of CFexpress Type B looked at the Lexar Professional and SanDisk Extreme Pro CFexpressB cards, both of which are “Canon R5 approved”. …

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