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32gb Cf Type 1 200x Advanced Flash Card

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  • Centon 200X CF Type 1 32 GB Flash Card - Silver (32GBACF200X)
  • Centon's Advanced CF cards are designed with the professional photographer in mind. Our Advanced CF cards are some of the fastest cards available in today's market. They are designed and tested to perform to in the harshest of environments
  • Centon's Flash cards provide a reliable way to save, copy, download and back-up of your data. They are ideal for storing music, photos, videos or any other digital file.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 2.5 x 2.5 x 0.1 cm ; 23 g
  • Shipping Weight: 23 g
  • Item model number: 32GBACF200X
  • ASIN: B002C93XVU
  • Date first available at Amazon.ca: July 11 2011
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Centon 200X CF Type 1 32 GB Flash Card - Silver (32GBACF200X)

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Amazon.com: 2.6 out of 5 stars 7 reviews
5.0 out of 5 stars Save $$$ and by this to shoot video in Canon 5D mark II Feb. 11 2010
By California Photog - Published on Amazon.com
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I was looking for a large CF to shoot video with my Canon 5D mark II. The big CFs from big name brands costs $$$s. I took a chance and bought this frugal one and to my surprise, it works perfectly with my Canon 5D mark ii. No formatting problem, no drop frame, no data corruption, no less capacity. It simple just works perfectly as a CF should work :-)

Bottom line: If you want to save some $$ and want a fast high capacity reliable CF, get this one.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars BEWARE OF CENTON CF CARDS June 15 2010
By porschephotog - Published on Amazon.com
I bought 2 of these and used them on my Canon Mark IV and Canon 5D Mark II. Did all the necessary testing as a pro-photographer. Even formatted on the camera I am using them. After 2-3 times of use, both have died with me and caused me more than 600 dollars to get files recovered, because not even a FILE RECOVERY SOFTWARE can rescue the images. The CF card does nto even mount on the camera or on the computer. Worst part is, when i called Centon, all they can say is, return them to us and we will replace them with new ones. They really think after 2 of their products failed on me that I will buy their brand again? Terrible! They did not even offer to help me find a way to recover the files. They should know their own technology and should help their customers how to troubleshoot when their products fail.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Heard about it online--it;s great! Canon EOS 7D April 23 2010
By WayneChicago - Published on Amazon.com
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I heard about this review from "patchman";s videos online, youtube, and he's right--great value. I have not tried it extensively with my video on 7D, but for photos, works great, uploads quickly, and enjoyable in every way. Great volume at 32 Gb for under $100. Enjoy!
4.0 out of 5 stars great buy June 2 2010
By JoAnn Jemmott - Published on Amazon.com
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I bought this for my Canon 7D. I recently used up 16 GB on a photo shoot. I waited a long time for a spoonbill to spread his wings and fly, but of course just as he did, I ran out of memory space. I then had to sit and wait for my companions to finish their shooting before I could go home. I bought the 32 GB card for my next visit to the rookery. I paid over $100.00 for my SanDisk, extreme high speed, 8 GB card. It's a great card and has a really fast write speed, but is way too expensive. The Centon was only slightly slower in it's write speed and I never missed a shot. Actually I really didn't notice a difference in the field. It was only at home when I was doing some test shots that I noticed a slight delay. The buffer held all the info and it was soon ready to record again. $100.00 for a 32 GB fast card versus $120.00 for a really fast 8 GB card...I would buy the Centon again without reservation. I bought the 8 GB card at a retail store because I needed it in a hurry. Luckily I had some time to do some research and wait for delivery before I went on another major shoot.
1.0 out of 5 stars Cheap and unreliable Aug. 25 2016
By Steve - Published on Amazon.com
I bought 2 of these cards from a local computer store for my Canon 5D mkii, and both of them eventually died within a few days of use,

The first card, I was able to take a lot of pictures, but when I went to download the pictures to my computer, the card was corrupt and no pictures were available. I tried loading directly from the camera and from an external SD card adaptor. I had to buy a 3rd party photo rescue program in order to retrieve most of my pictures from the card.

The second card would work in my camera for about 15 mins, and then the camera would shut down. I left the camera off for about 30 mins, and then I would be able to turn it back on. 10 mins later and the camera shut down again. Replaced the memory card with a different brand, and had no more issues that day.

If you are a photographer, stay away from this brand.