Moving from a 60D to a Mark II so I'll be using CF cards now. What's the best reader?
Joined Jun 2011
The Lexar USB 3.0 Dual-slot reader has never let me down.
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Joined Sep 2009
Location: São Paulo Estate - Brazil
Another for Lexar USB 3.0!
Jose Luis Silva-A Portuguese guy living in Brazil - Owner of Agencia F8 Fotojornalismo (www.agenciaf8.com)
Joined Dec 2009
Location: Boston, MA
Jun 19, 2014 16:38 as a reply to @ JLBS's post |
+1 for the Lexar USB 3.0 reader. Heard Kingston one is good too and costs less.
Canon 5D MkII | Canon 16-35mm f/4 | Canon 50mm f/1.8 STM | Canon 24-105mm f/4 | Tamron 70-300mm VC | Canon 430EX II | Benro A2682TB1
Joined Nov 2012
lexar USB 3.0-no problems at all with this card reader,stays pluged in my p.c. all the time and has never failed me.
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Joined Sep 2008
Location: So Cal
Joined Feb 2012
Jun 19, 2014 19:31 as a reply to @ EmaginePixel's post |
Kingston USB 3.0 arrived last week--well built and fast!
Joined Nov 2009
Jun 19, 2014 20:49 as a reply to @ mrod 80's post |
I like my Delkin card reader.
Joined May 2005
Location: Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
Another vote for the Lexar Dual Slot USB 3 reader.
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Joined Jul 2007
Location: Sussex, UK
Joined Aug 2008
Location: Not enough minerals.
using a kingston Usb 3 reader which works well with windows 8. Sometimes it won't read cards if you put your computer to sleep and then wake it up, forcing you to restart your computer. Anyone have issues with their lexar reader not working after putting your computer to sleep? (running windows 8)