UDMA

Transcend 1000x 128GB CF Card

B&H has the new Transcend 128GB 1000x CF card in stock. The card is UDMA Mode 7 compatible with max read speeds of 160MB/s and write speeds of 120MB/s. It supports VPG-20 for capturing full HD video at up to 20MB/s minimum sustained write speed.

Check it out here at B&H Photo.

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Axtremex

Axtremex Technology has announced a new CompactFlash card with an 800x speed rating, claiming 120MB/s read speeds and 95MB/s write speeds.  The card is UDMA Mode 7 compatible and runs $400 for a 128GB capacity.

Note that even faster speeds have been attained my mainstream manufacturers (see the 1000x Lexar CF card for 150MB/s read speeds); however, prices are much higher.

Details and availability for Axtremex CF cards at Nanoflash.net.

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Canon has released a firmware update for the 5D Mark II. The new firmware version 2.0.9 provides the following updates.

  1. Improves writing/reading speeds when using UDMA 7-compatible CF cards.
  2. Fixes a phenomenon where the IS function will not work when custom function C.Fn III-2 is set to [5: IS start] and the lens attached does not have an AF stop button. This is because custom function C.Fn III-2 allows users to assign IS start to the AF stop button on the lens
  3. Corrects misspellings in the menu screens displayed in Arabic, Portuguese, Spanish, and Thai languages.

The firmware is not yet available on Canon USA’s site; however, you can find it Canon’s Asia site here.

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