Compatible Compact Flash Cards
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Author:  flux [ Sun Jun 01, 2008 9:12 am ]
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Lexar 2gb premium series 80x = crapper

(might just be a bad card though) as with anything.

Sandisk extreme 3 is pretty decent though, not a single problem so far.. says its 133X.

Author:  PHeMoX [ Wed Jun 04, 2008 8:44 pm ]
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Dane-Elec 1Gb Compact Flash card works too, it's not a special kind of sub-brand thing, but I can't give more specifics as that's all it reads on the back. This card works both in the SP-606 and SP-555 for sure.

I also had a 512MB Compact Flash card of Sandisk Ultra II in my SP-555 and SP-606 and that works fine too.

Also, I heard people have problems with a SanDisk Ultra III 1Gb (or perhaps it was 2Gb), that card didn't get recognized at all.

Author:  flux [ Thu Jun 05, 2008 8:19 am ]
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Wierd, the ultra 3 is doing an amazing job for me, (when I bought it I told them my situation and they said bring it back if it didnt work) not a single problem so far.

Maybe, there are just bad versions of every card, this whole thign is VERY random.

Author:  PHeMoX [ Thu Jun 05, 2008 11:20 am ]
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When it comes to the Ultra III sub-brand your experience with Ultra IIIs is probably way more credible than the story I heard. I haven't actually used those particular cards myself, I only heard some people had problems with them.

Perhaps it matters what size of compact flash card you're using or something, but I don't know.

Author:  crumbsucker [ Tue Jul 08, 2008 9:20 am ]
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My friend who is photographer gave me some CF cards as they have too small capacity for serious work... so I tested them all in SP -555.
All cards beside LEXAR works okay.
I attached a picture for easyer identification.


Author:  JayLost [ Tue Jul 08, 2008 9:54 am ]
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this one works perfect!
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Author:  octaver [ Wed Jul 16, 2008 12:09 pm ]
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Digitex CompactFlash 1GB working properly. Meanwhile. 8)

Author:  smashie [ Wed Sep 10, 2008 7:25 pm ]
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flux wrote:
Lexar 2gb premium series 80x = crapper

(might just be a bad card though) as with anything.

Sandisk extreme 3 is pretty decent though, not a single problem so far.. says its 133X.

can confirm this card is gash, i got all sorts of pops cracks and random crashes, currently using sandisk ultra II 1gb and sandisk extreme III 2gb without issue :lol:

Author:  monsta70767 [ Sun Sep 21, 2008 4:56 pm ]
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What up everyone ? I got a question- I got a Kodak card, 512mb, and when I try to load something on the 606, it keeps giving me an error messaged of "unsupported", can someone tell me what is wrong and/or what am i doing wrong...this is what i have done so far...
1. I took out all the files form their folders, and just moved them to the "roland" folder-no luck.
2. I deleted everything that wasn't wav. or aif-no luck.
can someone give me some insight on what to do/steps/tips please?

Author:  keesj [ Wed Jan 28, 2009 3:59 pm ]
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:idea: I've added some of the posted stuff to S.P.I per axiom gates' request.

Author:  lotspoop [ Sun Feb 01, 2009 2:02 pm ]
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Sweet! Thanks

Author:  Laserface [ Mon Feb 02, 2009 4:31 pm ]
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this thread helped a lot recently.
i got a sandisk ultra II and its beautifully perfect.

make sure its a type 1 card.
and also make sure you format it on your SP before you do ANYTHING with it.

Author:  Markypoo [ Wed Mar 04, 2009 4:12 am ]
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I have a sandisk ultra II 2 gig for my sp 404. It doesnt work . When i try to format it nothing happens at all. I ht cancel + remain and nothing comes up not even something that says this card doesnt work. Could it be my machine?

Author:  surrealbob [ Tue Mar 17, 2009 12:25 am ]
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@Markypoo: 404 only accepts 1 Gb

By the way: here in Austria Sandisk Ultra II 1+2 G disappeared from all shops, like all (!) other CF 1 G- cards do!!!...( this means CF cards for 404 seem to becom "antique" here.) Is this an industrial joke or wat?


Author:  nferns88 [ Fri Jan 15, 2010 10:04 pm ]
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a data doesn't work. i would recommend paying for pricier cf cards because you're getting quality and assurance.

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