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HOW TO: plug a compact flash card into the MacBook Pro SD card slot – The Warne Account
I have a mid 27" iMac, which I love, except for one tiny thing. It's hard to justify getting a new iMac this soon after buying my current one, but I really wish I had a better solution for transferring photo data from my camera's CF card. The card reader works but it is painfully slow when loading images from my CF card using Lightroom.
Question for any fellow iMac users in a similar situation - are there any good solutions for this short of buying a new computer? ColdCase macrumors Feb 10, 2, NH. Your camera doesn't have a USB connection? ColdCase said:.
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MCAsan macrumors Jul 9, 4, Atlanta. It connects to USB3 or 2 ports. It made down loading big fast cards from my 5DIII as fast as possible. Higly recommended for using with any CF or SD cards. I fully understand about painfully slow card downloads. After a long day of wildlife shooting I can easily have 64GB or more or raw files to download from one camera.
Having a fast external reader helps. Last edited: May 8, I am going to get the Lexar dual card reader! Woo hoo!
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Apr 14, 5. I checked the voltage as I thought it might be a power issue. They all use the same mA. Just about to give up, I was given a reader to try which, as I was told, is "slower" but should work. I have tried it about 10 times in a in 2 days. With different cards also. Works perfectly. Sierra will not mount and read the card.
I just use a connecting USB cable and all problems have gone. Home Questions Tags Users Unanswered. Ask Question. Asked 2 years, 7 months ago.
HOW TO: plug a compact flash card into the MacBook Pro SD card slot
Active 1 year, 9 months ago. Viewed 3k times. David Vendryes David Vendryes 11 1 1 silver badge 4 4 bronze badges. Might be better off asking on apple. Can you describe the method s you're attempting to use to import the files from the CF card?
Have you tried to use Image Capture? I found with Sierra [all releases so far] they would actually import correctly but always appear to error in the app.
Too many possible culprits: in addition to the card or the reader, it could be among others the hard drive try copying from one card to another instead of to the HD , the RAM do a memtest , or the OS try a Linux Live CD. Are you working on an actual Mac or something else? In the meantime, try a different flash card reader, or use the one built into your camera.
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But then disaster strikes.. It can be found here: newegg. Are you sure the card doesn't have a bad block in the middle of one of the files you're copying? Or perhaps fails at certain transfer speeds? Also, you weren't by some chance using the same USB cable with both of those devices, were you? Jan Jan 11 1 1 bronze badge. Sign up or log in Sign up using Google.
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