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Bit expensive but still looking good Built in America for Cinematic Use. The Delkin CF 1050X memory card is a specialized cinema card that's designed to excel in high end recording equipment, such as 4K cameras and digital backs. With capabilities to record data at speeds surpassing 120MB/s, built in UDMA 7 support, and VPG (Video Performance Guarantee) profiling, the CF 1050X card keeps up with the most demanding digital cinematography requirements. Unlike memory cards that are mass-built and shipped in from overseas facilities, the Delkin CF 1050X card is built with carefully chosen and controlled components to increase longevity, reliability and overall quality. Proudly designed, engineered and built in San Diego, CA and supported by our Lifetime Warranty. http://delkin.com/i-13072686-best-64gb-cf-1050x-udma-7-cinema-memory-card.html http://delkin.com/i-13072687-best-128gb-cf-1050x-udma-7-cinema-memory-card.html
I just read about the new SanDisk Extreme Pro CF cards available in 160 MB/s speeds and 256 GB storage size. They are UDMA7. I was wondering if anyone knows if they might enable higher frame rates with the Magic Lantern RAW recording on the 5D Mark III? It would be amazing if they unlocked slow motion capability at a decent resolution.