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Load image into Gallery viewer, Digigear SD SDHC SDXC to PCMCIA PC Card, Adapter Supports, ATA Flash Memory
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Digigear

Digigear SD SDHC SDXC to PCMCIA PC Card, Adapter Supports, ATA Flash Memory

4.3
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Description

  • Supporting file system: FAT(FAT12/FAt16)/FAT32/exFAT(FAT64)/NTFS device string in OS: SD to ATA/PCMCIA adapter device
  • Specifications: input socket SD / SDHC /SDXC (SD Specification 1.01, 2.0, 3.01) iSDIO, SDIO (SDIO Specification 1.1) MMC (MMC Specification 4.1)
  • Safety approval CE / FCC dimensions 85.0 mm(l)* 54.0 mm(w)* 5.0 mm(h)
  • Compliant with 16/32-bit(cardbus) type ii PC card interface (jeida 4.2), maximum frequency reaches 33mhz

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Customer Reviews

Works flawlessly in 2009 Mercedes I looked long and hard before purchasing this PCMCIA converter and plugging it into my Mercedes as, like so many others - clearly, there have been more than a few instances of people wiping their COMAND system. I paired this unit with a generic 32GB Scandisk micro SD card (via insertion into a standard SD card adapter - which then plugged into the PCMCIA PC card). I loaded the micro SD card up with about 6 GB of music (all MP3 format) and it worked flawlessly.Of note, the PCMCIA card is a snug fit into the car's slot (not tight, but definitely snug) and it is far easier to remove the spring-ejectable SD card (technically the SD adapter holding my micro SD card) than it is to remove the whole PCMCIA card and then disassemble the three tier system to load/reaload data onto the actual memory device, so this will be my MO going forward.For the record my car is a 2009 S class MB. If anyone is considering this unit for their car of similar vintage, I feel comfortable saying this set-up works just fine. 5Good quality, works great!The Digigear CF to SD card adapter makes a great addition to my digital SLR camera equipment. My camera takes Type 2 Compact Flash cards (the thicker kind).Only problem is that CF cards are quite expensive compared to SD cards. This adapter allowed me to make a 256 GB card for my camera at about half the cost.I tested this adapter with a higher end 256 GB SD card against a higher end 64 GB CF card. The adapter plus SD card clocks in at about 80% of the speed of the CF card when writing data. Reads of data are virtually identical in speed.Since my camera does not shoot video, I cannot test if the SD card plus CF adapter is fast enough for video, but I can say that the CF adapter keeps up with "full auto" shooting (holding the shutter button down and taking photo after photo).Recording data from the camera as fast as it's produced is tough for any memory card and indeed a few of my old, slow CF cards from the "1 or 2 GB era" cannot keep up. But my newer "premium" CF cards can, and so can the CF to SD adapter, so I am 100% pleased with it.As far as quality, the adapter is nicely made. It seems a touch heavier than I would have expected, but it is solidly made so no complaints here.The SD card socket is the "push-push" type. You insert the SD card, press it in and it latches with a click (i.e. it can't slide out under vibration). To remove the SD card, just press it again and it pops out about half way under spring pressure.In summary, this adapter is well built, works great, the data speeds are almost good as an actual CF card and it saves the user a lot of $$$ compared to buying CF cards. I give it both thumbs up.5Problem SOLVED with the Nikon/Canon CF card slot!Camera: Nikon D4SCards: Multiple SD cards, from Transcend 2 GB SD Card (TS2GSDC) to SanDisk Extreme PRO 32GB UHS-I/U3 SDHC and higher.Tether for import: Apple Lightning to SD Card Camera Reader (MD822AM/A)With the iPhone 5S and above now able to actually use its internal Photos app to read and import from SD cards using the Lightning adapter, I also needed an SD to CF card adapter, since the Nikon D4S has no SD card slot. We need the adapters to transmit images while shooting breaking news and late sports games, and while my Panasonic Lumix DMC-FZ1000 can do this, its 1" chip size makes it hard to justify using it to shoot late night images and footage, like the D4S can. I've already added a GGS Perfect Foldable LCD Viewfinder to the LCD screen because we are required to capture video as well, using the smaller one which fits better than the newer, more expensive one, which didn't fit. Couple this with my NIKKOR 28-300mm f/3.5-5.6G Lens and I can shoot a number of daytime events, night scenes, high school football and basketball, and transfer any images and 1080p, full frame video I want using all the SD cards I have, from the 2GB, 4, 8, 16, 32 (have yet to try 64GB). I've tried shooting them with stills and video and no problems with any buffer delays. Using the old 2GB CF card, I could shoot 1080p video and I tried sitting on the 11fps shutter and it kept shooting without a need to pause to write, so the newer cards work even better, writing to the card inside. It also works using a Kingston Digital SD Adapter with 16GB microSDHC Card (SDC4/16GBET) but the rub on a MicroSD adapter is that there is no fingernail ridge to help you remove it from the CF adapter. It's easy to remove the MicroSD but you need to do a little work to remove the MicroSD / SD adapter. That can be a good thing if that's all you use; the micro card easily slides in and out but the micro adapter is snugly secure.An IMPORTANT note however. Make certain, for the Nikon cameras, to get the CF Type I adapter, and NOT the Type II size. Nikons only accept Type I cards which are thinner, and Type II does not properly fit, nor are they supported by Nikon.5Confirming it works fine with Samsung 512 GB EVO Plus microSDXC512 GB microSD with its micro-to-full-sized adapter works with this Espresscard-to-SD adapter.The adapter takes a full sized SD card, so you have to use the micro-to-full-sized adapter that comes with the SD card. That means a redundant set of electrical connections to go bad. Next generation needs an Expresscard adapter that accepts microSD cards directly.Sony Vaio VPCF1 1st-generation-i7 laptop. Adapter sticks out a few millimeters, no problem, not enough to get stuck on passers-by.Laptop says card capacity is 476 GB, and I have 23 GB remaining. All my torrent-sharing is done on with SD card, happy to get the continual activity off of the mechanical hard drive and onto the SD card. Thanks for the Expresscard-to-SD adapter. Now the laptop has an extra, fast 512 GB in addition to the 512 GB hard drive, and there's no downside to keeping the Expresscard adapter inserted continuously. It does, however, insert, lock, and remove without any problem.5Adapter works but performance may vary depending on your environment. This unit is functional but not very fast in Windows XP Home, SP3. My USB 2.0 flash drives run considerably faster than this adapter, even when using an exFAT formatted SDXC card. While my primary goal was to use it to free up USB ports so as to load files from SD cards, I was hoping to be able to use it for editing video as both of my cams use all SD formats . At 1.6mbps MAX I won't be doing any video editing. However if there is something I can do with my environment to speed up the unit, I will. Thanks again. 4Works with Honda Civic Navigation WORKS with 2006 Honda Civic Hybrid with Navigation. I tried my 4GB Sandisk as well as a 32GB Sandisk and both cards were read without any trouble in my Honda Civic. However, when more than 4GB of audio files were loaded onto the 32GB Sandisk the Navigation system would stutter and not play audio files correctly from the disk. The factory navigation unit appears to have some limit on RAM. Anyway the adapter works just great. 5Does what it says it does.Bought together with a bunch of 128GB Samsung Evo micro SD cards so I can be away from a PC on a long road trip. This combo works just fine in my now pretty ancient Canon 5D mk2. Performance is ever so slightly reduced versus my performance CF cards - flushing the buffer takes a bit longer, image playback is a bit slower. It's very marginal though and I can live with it for having 4x the capacity for the same cost (CF vs. SD).I also didn't want to buy any more CF cards as I use the micro SDs in my DJI products, and when I make the shift to a more modern camera body that's likely to be SD based too.As other reviews note, it would have been nice if the SD card was removable without removing the CF card from the camera, and the SD card adapter (since I'm using micosd cards) seems stuck in there now too ... I don't plan to bother removing it and risk breaking things before I travel.4Solved the lack of PCMCIA Interface This converter solves the problem where current laptops no longer have a PCMIA interface. It allows me to copy the data to an SD card & then use it in place of the PCMCIA interface. 5Works Perfect for my HP Convertible Tablet Works perfectly for my HP Convertible tablet. I needed a way to store about 50 gig of data on the tablet without burning up disk space and this worked perfectly. Pulled out the PCMCIA cover, slide the unit in, popped in a 64 gig SDXC card, copied the data onto the card and it works likes a charm. This adapter with the SDXC card installed does not stick out from the tablet, so no chance of me breaking it off by accident, like the flash drive sticking out of the USB port. I would recommend this product. 5Review of Digigear SDXC/SD/SDHC to CF type II adapterThis was purchased as part of an experiment using SCXC cards in the SD holder, placed in a CF slot in both Nikon and Canon cameras. CF cards are thankfully still available but can be pricey if you want 16 or more GBs. To date, we've had great success using up to 128 GB PNY and Sandisk SDXC micro USB cards in these older DSLRs. Considering the larger size SDXC micro USB cards didn't exist (or were extremely expensive) at the time those cameras came on the market, it's nice to get fast speed and large capacity without having to keep many CF cards on hand. Sometimes you don't know a thing is possible until you try it yourself. This was a great buy, promptly fulfilled by Amazon as always. Highly recommended if your camera can use a Type II CF.5Great for additional storageWorks great as a backup for my Nikon D810. I run two 128gb micro sd cards in sd adapters, on in the primary and now one in the CF slot for overflow pictures with this adapter. Some have said it fits tight, I didn't think so. The one weird thing is that with the design the SD goes in sideways so you have to take the adapter out to get to the SD. No biggie, you'll rarely take it out anyways. This worked perfect for me.5Perfect adapter for reviving an old iPod.Worked like a charm! Revived an old 3rd gen iPod with this adapter going from 20GB to 128GB using an SD card and an IDE to CF adapter.5Lacks Write Protect, but Good Compatibility Digigear SD SDHC SDXC to PCMCIA PC Card, Adapter Supports, ATA Flash Memory, DigiGear Model SDXCPA ignores an SD series card's write protect notch. When I asked about this, SHOPDIGI reported all their similar adapters ignore write protect.If you want to always have write capability (for instance, to repurpose or securely erase cards even if lacking a write enable slider), this is what you want.If you use write protect to prevent unintended changes to a card's formatting or content (my situation), you'll need a different product.On the good side, in my testing the SDXCPA worked even with Windows 2000 SP4 Updates Rollup 1. I didn't install any driver, I just plugged the adapter in and it worked. Old operating systems thus have some chance of working with this adapter. 4The price difference with sony media its a no brainer!This Adapter WORKS GREAT! im still checking if theres actually a quality difference between this with a SDXC card and the SXS. At this point i cant notice any difference tho.The price difference its a no brainer! even if it fails on a few months im able to buy 10 of this for the price of one the Sony 64gb SXS.The only thing that "bothers" me is that when you stop recording the light on the card reader of my camera stays red for a few seconds after turning green again. i dont know if it means something bad or not..Its a lot faster to expulse the SD card from this, plug it into your notebook or 3.0 adapter than ingesting directly from the camera with that old slow Mini USB to USB 2.0 cable. if you dont have the Sony Card 3.0 card reader of course (which is again EXPENSIVE AF!)i was skeptical at first but this adapter really works!im buying two more soon to use them as on camera backup recordings in CCTVs if the signal or cable runs fails to the switcher.AMAZING PRODUCT!Im using it on a SONY PMW-EX1 shooting 1080P 60i HQ with a Sandisk Extreme Pro 64GB SDXC UHS-I / EVERYTHING GOOD SO FAR!5Has worked every time Have had it for a while now and it has read every card I've put in it. For the price and how problem-free it is, this is very good value. 5Fast engough for videos in DSLRs and RAW photosI have a Canon 5D Mark II and a 7D, both of which uses CF cards. While the CF cards may be faster, they are a lot more expensive (for example, 64GB SD costs about $35, vs 64GB CF costs at least $70). Also, all of my other devices uses SD and MicroSD cards, so I don't want to get CF cards just for my cameras.My criteria are that the SD + adapter combination are fast enough for me to shoot 8 RAW photos on the 7D, and fast enough to support video-shooting on the 5D2 and 7D. I had tried a previous version of SD-to-CF adapter a couple of years back, but it wasn't fast enough to support either of my objectives. I gave up and used CF for a few years. But then this became available and received good reviews. The price is low enough that I bought one to try it. And it worked! I was actually surprised that this inexpensive adapter is fast enough. I have been using the adapter plus 32GB SD cards for 6 months now and am perfectly happy.5Handy adaptor for older computers with PC/MCIA slots Handy adapter if your confuser is old enough to have PC/MCIA slot. In my old Dell C640 it is used to transfer files to an SD card. SD cards are a whole lot easier to store and/or mail than a thumb drive!Data transfer rate isn't any better than a USB-connected adapter, which disappointed me a little, but still this lets me run my USB hub at the same time, which I could not do with a USB card reader I bought earlier. 4This works for a Honda premium navigation system. Load ...This works for a Honda premium navigation system. Load MP3 or WMA files onto the SD card, plug it into this, insert it into Nav system, select "card" and viola! instant music, podcasts or whatever. Once it is inserted, you do not need to remove it, you can pull out the SD card with tweezers or fine pliers and insert a new SD card while this PCMCIA card is still locked into the stereo unit.BTW:I have read that, for Honda navigation systems, you cannot use an SD card greater than 4GB, It may work but not reliably. I don't know this first hand but 4GB is like 12,000 MP3 songs. Oh yeah, If you reformat the card select either FAT or FAT32 file system, newer XFAT or NTFS formats will not work since the 2006 - 2011 Honda sound systems were developed using the older file systems. The unit closes snug and the size is just right.5Works exactly as advertised Works exactly as advertised; replaced an older Sandisk 6-1 PCMCIA card reader which only read up to SDHC formats (32GB) with this one - lets me read 128GB cards - exactly what I needed. As for read/write speeds - the PCMCIA adapter interface has always been painfully slow - and I have a USB card adapter which is much faster - but this slides in the PCMCIA slot and stays there. Installed in my trusty Dell D620, which has no SD-card slot. WIN 10 had no probs recognizing it. 5
Digigear SD SDHC SDXC to PCMCIA PC Card, Adapter Supports, ATA Flash Memory

Digigear SD SDHC SDXC to PCMCIA PC Card, Adapter Supports, ATA Flash Memory

4.3
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Regular price
SG$ 101.00
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SG$ 101.00
Regular price
SG$ 168.00
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