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there is a list of compact flash known to work and not work, here is the list, not sure how current it is.
http://www.tarkan.
info/20080506/blog/iflash-compact-flash-compatibility-help-needed
post #497 of 500
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Originally Posted by marvelousmarvyd View Post

there is a list of compact flash known to work and not work, here is the list, not sure how current it is.
http://www.tarkan.
info/20080506/blog/iflash-compact-flash-compatibility-help-needed

Sweet, thanks for the link! I ordered a Kingston Ultimate 266x 64GB a little bit ago so glad to see it on the 'Known to work' list. Can't wait to get it and hope all goes well!

post #498 of 500
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Originally Posted by yeahx View Post
 

I was wondering about this too because I noticed someone said they were using a Tarkan adapter but I think that was to use with a SD card. With so many SD to CF adapters available is there a reason to use a Tarkan for a Mini?

 

Do you want one that you know works, or do you want to play tester to find another that works so you can try to save a few dollars?

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Originally Posted by clee290 View Post
 

Sweet, thanks for the link! I ordered a Kingston Ultimate 266x 64GB a little bit ago so glad to see it on the 'Known to work' list. Can't wait to get it and hope all goes well!

 

That's the lowest cost reputable card front at 64gB ($50).  Lexar has the lowest cost reputable cards at 128gB ($140) and 256gB ($270)

 

I went SDXC because the 256gB PNY is $90 and Tarkan's adapter is $18.

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Originally Posted by Stereodude View Post
 

 

Do you want one that you know works, or do you want to play tester to find another that works so you can try to save a few dollars?


I get that with the other Tarkan iPod adapters and the ribbon cable clamp but I figured because it seemed that if most CF would work in a Mini that it would be the same with the SD adapters so I was curious but didn't want to ask. Just weighing the options of putting flash in a 5.5G or a Mini I might have coming later and cheaper is best for me but only if it works. :) Also when I finally make the choice, Im pretty impatient and probably won't feel like waiting a week. Might even end up doing both eventually but want to do the Mini first if I can do it cheaper.

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