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Topic # 160274 31-Dec-2014 08:56
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Thinking of getting one to make use of my CF slot in my camera ...

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  Reply # 1206351 31-Dec-2014 10:32
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CF was so yesterday - no?

What is the capacity of your largest CF card?



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  Reply # 1206373 31-Dec-2014 10:51
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Don't have one



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  Reply # 1206374 31-Dec-2014 10:52
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Did I actually mean I'm after a SD-> CD

I have a cf slot and sd Card

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  Reply # 1206387 31-Dec-2014 11:17
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Hi - I have an adapter that I've used in a camera that has a CF slot only. I bought one quite a while ago from the States - I'm afraid I can't remember what brand (it was pretty obscure), but I got it from B&H. I wanted to use an Eye-Fi SD card in my camera and it worked OK, but I suspect that the adapter caused a slowing in data transfer. It seems that all adapters are not created equal and they have some circuitry in them to assist with the connection.
I'm sure that an adapter would be very useful in allowing you to use 2 SD cards in your camera.




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