October 1994, SanDisk (formally SunDisk) announces the CompactFlash card. CompactFlash is a very small removable mass storage device designed with flash technology, a non-volatile storage solution that does not require a battery to retain data indefinitely. CompactFlash storage products are solid state, meaning they contain no moving parts, and provide users with much greater protection of their data than conventional magnetic disk drives. They are five to ten times more rugged and reliable than disk drives and consume only five percent of the power required by small disk drives. In 1995, eleven major companies, including Hewlett-Packard, Apple Computer, SanDisk (formerly SunDisk), formed the CompactFlash Association (CFA), an organization aimed at promoting the adoption of the CompactFlash storage specification as a new storage standard. VMEDIA who are based in London are able to supply the 128GB 160Mb/s CompactFlash CF memory cards which deliver first-rate read/write speeds to catch fast action shots and enable quick file transfers. Our CF card hire contributes to an efficient workflow and are currently supported by the Canon C300, Canon 1D X Mk II, Canon C500, Canon 5D Mk III, Canon 5D Mk IV, Canon 7D Mk II, Canon 80D, Nikon D5, Nikon D4/D4s, Nikon D500, Nikon D750 and Nikon D810.

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