Pretec Releases 64GB and 100GB CF Cards

Pretec, who previously announced a 48GB CF card to become the world leader in CF card size, just beat itself with a 100GB card.  I suppose the high megapixel cameras will create a need for larger CF cards.  Although, I’m not sure that my camera bag is quite ready for a 100GB CF card yet.

COLOGNE, Germany & TAIPEI, Taiwan–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Pretec, creator of the highest capacity and fastest CompactFlash card in the world, will demonstrate even higher capacities including a 64GB CF card, in the Leaf booth (West Hall 4.2, B009) and CFA (Hall 5.1, G-019) at Photokina 2008.

Pretec today releases 64GB and 100GB, 233X CF cards with access speed of up to 35MB/s, overtaking the Pretec 48GB CF card, the previous world’s record holder; and super high speed 333X 32GB and 50GB CF cards capable of running up to 50 MB per second of Read/Write speed, the highest speed CF card in the world.

Pretec CF 233X and 333X CF cards use metal housing and ruggedized construction to provide extensive ruggedness. Pretec 64GB CF cards can be configured or reused to make a 256GB SATA, the highest capacity 2.5” SSD, by using Pretec Q-SATA, a patent-pending technology of flexible, scalable and modular SATA/PATA design based on up to 4 CF cards.

Pretec CF cards will be demonstrated together with high performance digital cameras from Leaf, a business unit of Eastman Kodak. Their new Leaf AFi-II system delivers the fastest shooting speeds of any camera in its class. These speeds are enabled by advanced communication and CF technologies and Leaf Capture software. “We are pleased to have chosen Pretec as our exclusive storage partner at Photokina 2008 and to witness the excitement as Pretec breaks the CF card speed and capacity world records,” said Seth Greenberg, Leaf Marketing Director.

Pretec 233X 64GB and 333X 32GB CF cards with suggested retail price of $399 and $630 are slated to start delivery by Photokina 2008.

 

Comments

  1. Rob says

    That’s like a lifetime supply of pictures. If your card is full, you’re probably dead!

    With one of the CF/IDE adapters you have a nice SSD for an older computer.

  2. says

    HI, does anybody know anything about the current or future compactibility of the Pretec 48GB 233x speed cards with Canon 5D MArk II ? Can we expect software/firmware upgrade from Canon or the producer Pretec to be able to use the card in digital cameras ?