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Old Jul 30, 2002, 11:09 PM   #1
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Default USB Enabled vs Non-enabled CF Cards

What is the difference between USB enabled vs non-enabled? I recentlly purchased CF cards that are enabled and hope they will work with the Nikon 5700.
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Old Jul 30, 2002, 11:34 PM   #2
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usb enabled cards were a lexar media attempt to extend the cf standard. by building in part of the usb controller into the cf card and the other part into the reader/writer dongle. this created the cf+ standard. it was met with little fanfare due to the rather fast proliferation of small portable reader/writers arriving on the scene. any card with the cf or cf+ logo will work with your camera. the both comply with the standard the + is just a littl e extra fluff if you got the reader packed with it that cf+ reader won't work with non cf+ cards. on the other hand if you have a regular cf reader/writer all cf and cf+ cards will work.
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