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Old Mar 15, 2007, 9:58 AM   #1
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Decided to pick one up just to see.
Popped it in my Fuji 9100 and it recognized it, formatted and seems to be fine.
They also have "Bulk" packed 1G and 2G cards, I picked up a 2G for $20.00

Also a PCMIA (I think) card adapter at $3.00

AND for at work a 2G flash thumb drive (15.00) computer read it as 1.88G

Not a bad day


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Old Mar 15, 2007, 3:14 PM   #2
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I have a bunch (5) of the 1g cards that I use in my Nikon D50. I got 2 right before Xmas for $15.99 and thought they were a steal. Last week or so they had a coupon I got in an email for $7.99... so I got more. I wanted to get some of the 2gb cards but it was the last day of the coupon and the store in Overland Park KS was sold out. Great buy for sure!


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Old Mar 15, 2007, 4:12 PM   #3
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How about an 8GB CF card for $90!
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Old Mar 15, 2007, 10:24 PM   #4
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How about an 8GB CF card for $90!
Doesn't sound like one I can find here in Kansas!!:lol:
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How about an 8GB CF card for $90!
Where ????
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Old Mar 16, 2007, 5:36 AM   #6
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Amazon.com
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Transcend 8GB 120x CompactFlash Card at newegg.com for $79.99

4GB CompactFlash cards at newegg.com (starting at $33.99 for a 45x Transcend)

8GB CompactFlash Cards at newegg.com

These guys are usually pretty competitive on that kind of thing, and I've shopped with them myself with good results. They're great for PC Parts, too. For example, I just got a sound card from them for a friend not long ago that had a chipset in it that was well supported by most Linux distributions and Windows for only $7.95 if memory serves.

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B&H has Lexar 133X 4GB CF memory cards for $59 ($89-$30 Lexar rebate). I ordered 2 of them, only to find out the rebate only applies to 1 card.
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Old Apr 2, 2007, 9:20 AM   #9
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I picked up the Microcenter card as my wife geta a little upset with me over my mail order toy purchases :O

This card is $50.00 with no rebates, but I would guess since some prices have come down that it is only a marginal deal at this time.

They do have a 2G card claimed to be 80X speed that runs $20.00 with a 1 yr warranty, they also sell the same card at $26.00 with a lifetime warranty.

The 4G card has a lifetime warranty.
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