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New to digital photography, I assumed all CompactFlash cards were the same, and since the Lexar card included a fairly generous rebate offer, I purchased it. Alas, it’s not compatible with the Sandisk reader and program that I purchased with my camera. It comes with its own reader and cable, but who wants to keep alternating cables in the USB port? I’m returning it and sticking with Sandisk until all of these competing formats and manufacturers get their act together. Check it out!
Lexar Media 64 MB 8X USB CompactFlash Digital Film with Jumpshot Cable Review
I found out the hard way that if you buy a Lexar card with the jumpshot, only the Lexar card can be read in the Jumpsho. This makes things very difficult if you are using more than one card made by multiple manufacturers. Seems that the Lexar reader will only read Lexar cards. I use multple devices and own a half dozen Compact Flash Cards within an array of manufacturers. The Lexar reader pops up as the most inconvenient of my two readers as a result of this problem. I use multiple computers and each has a reader on it. My thought was the Jumpshot reader with a card was the perfect choice and at the right price. I can’t recomend the Lexar product if you use more than one card by multiple manufacturers. -Read Reviews-
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64 MB storage capacity
Patented 8x technology (1.2 MBps transfer rate)
Transfer images easily to Mac or PC
JumpShot connection kit provides fast image transfer via USB port
100 percent guaranteed compatibility with any CompactFlash digital camera
Quite simply, this is the best compact flash on the market. It’s durable and has extremely fast transfer rates compared to other cards I own. The included Jumpshot reader has blazing speed and makes downloading the images to a computer very simple. I am a professional photographer and won’t use anything ut Lexar. My personal testimonal is that I have never lost any images with a Lexar card. Unfortunately, the same can’t be said of the SanDisk, Viking and the worst of all, Mr. Flash (garbage). Don’t cut corners, you get what you pay for with compact flash.