Well that's why I wrote it that way :biggrin: I don't know what differences there are between both cards as they supposedly have the same write speeds.What do you consider "better" I have both the cards you mention. I like the 133x and I don't know why. Maybe it's because I like the colors. For the prices right now they are a great deal. In my opinion get whichever one you like better. They run at pretty much the same speed for me in my D2x and D70s
They aren't likely to keep their "blessing" up to date since the offerings for CF cards changes so fast. The 133x are fine. I've been using 2 of them and have taken thousands of shots with no problems.I have a similar question. Nikon blesses the Lexar 80x card but is silent on the 133x version. Am I safe to purchase a 133x for use with a D200?
Yes. You can't expect Nikon to check every single memory card that is released. Much like how motherboard manufacturer's can't list all sticks of memory that will work with their boards.I have a similar question. Nikon blesses the Lexar 80x card but is silent on the 133x version. Am I safe to purchase a 133x for use with a D200?
Same here. I shoot NEF only, but compress them. I get around 500 pictures on a 4 GB card.I just brought a 8gb Lexar 133x for my d200. Hope it supports it!
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Right now I'm using a 4Gb Sandisk UltraII. When I shoot in RAW, the camera indicates that I have a capacity of 240 pics. However, I can actually shoot over 400 pics in RAW with this 4gb CF. Any ideas why that is. Does it have to do with the camera's firmware?