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    Quote Originally Posted by ants
    Anyone tried Sandisk Extreme 4G and Ultra 4G? Someone just gave me a new Extrme 4G. But i'm planing to get another one.. dont know which one is better.
    Definitely get the Extreme. It can read/write a lot faster. The speed to write to the card will effect the time the camera initialize and get ready for the next shot.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BadFever
    Definitely get the Extreme. It can read/write a lot faster. The speed to write to the card will effect the time the camera initialize and get ready for the next shot.
    Sorry, but the speed difference if any between the Extreme and Ultra is unnoticeable.

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    Arent CF card going to reach EOL?
    they are quite phat.

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    Quote Originally Posted by storkbill
    Sorry, but the speed difference if any between the Extreme and Ultra is unnoticeable.
    I have to agree that unless you are using a fast camera like the Canon 1D MKIIn you won't notice the difference between the Ultra and the Extreme.

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    Quote Originally Posted by storkbill
    Sorry, but the speed difference if any between the Extreme and Ultra is unnoticeable.
    It depends on what you use. I am shooting 5D in RAW, and there is a clear difference between them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bluejeff
    It depends on what you use. I am shooting 5D in RAW, and there is a clear difference between them.
    Were u shooting for sports bluejeff? There will be a difference indeed. However, We can't really feel it unless the buffer of your camera is fulled.

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    Quote Originally Posted by red00ecstrat
    Were u shooting for sports bluejeff? There will be a difference indeed. However, We can't really feel it unless the buffer of your camera is fulled.
    I shoot for various stuff. The read/write speed is often important to me as the read speed is the key when viewing/downloading to the computer while the write speed matters the buffer-clearing rate. If my ExtremeIII is the same speed as the Ultra II, I will need to spend extra time on waiting.

    Besides badminton, sometimes I go to motorsports, fashion shows, ....etc as well

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    Quote Originally Posted by bluejeff
    I shoot for various stuff. The read/write speed is often important to me as the read speed is the key when viewing/downloading to the computer while the write speed matters the buffer-clearing rate. If my ExtremeIII is the same speed as the Ultra II, I will need to spend extra time on waiting.

    Besides badminton, sometimes I go to motorsports, fashion shows, ....etc as well
    and i thot you're just a racket collector

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    Quote Originally Posted by bluejeff
    I shoot for various stuff. The read/write speed is often important to me as the read speed is the key when viewing/downloading to the computer while the write speed matters the buffer-clearing rate.
    If u are referring to their reading speed. Yes, it is quite noticeable.
    But if u are talking about the buffer clearing rate. I would say we can feel the difference more easily with a 1D MKII but not with a 5D. Coz the FPS rate of a 5D is pretty low.
    Normally, what makes us to hold a shutter all the way down and use up the buffer? Something unexpected right? But the reality is that, in most of the circumstances. All unexpected things would be over before using up a 5D's buffer.

    P.S. I shoot in RAW+JPEG(L) with a 5D as well.

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