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Recording Media CF/CFast

CompactFlash (CF) is a flash memory mass storage device used mainly in portable electronic devices.


●    Up to 512GB
●    Compatible with IDE and PCMCIA interfaces
●    Introduced in 1994, widespread in the area of digital photos, partly displaced by newer media (SD or CFast)

CFast 1.0 / 2.0

●    CFast 1 supports SATA 2.0 (300 MB/s) and CFast 2 supports SATA 3.0 (600 MB/s) transfer speeds.
●    Widely used, very good performance, and fast SATA transfers.
●    Used in many popular recording devices:  Atomos, Blackmagic, Arri Amira, Alexa Mini, XT / XR with adapter (see Codex Media) and some DSLRs.

Card Reader

Compact Flash card readers are available with various interfaces such as Thunderbolt 2 or USB 3.0/3.1 for fast back-ups.

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