Delkin introduces USB 3.0 multi-slot card reader that includes CFast port
Memory and memory accessory company Delkin Devices has announced a new multi-format card reader that will be compatible with the CFast standard. DDreader-48 uses a USB 3.0 interface and can facilitate data rates of up to 500MB/s with CFast 2.0, SD UHS-ll and microSD UHS-l memory cards. While the SD and microSD formats can’t yet test the reader’s transfer speeds on their own the extra capacity in the pipeline allows the reader to read or write from or to each of three slots simultaneously to save users time. A fourth port allows users to connect a Flash Drive via USB.
Delkin Devices USB 3.0 CFast 2.0 Multi-Slot Memory Card Reader is compatible with Windows and Mac devices and will be available at the end of March for £39.99 (approx. $40) with a limited 5-year warranty. For more information see the Delkin Devices website.
Delkin Devices USB 3.0 CFast 2.0 Multi-Slot Memory Card Reader
- Supports CFast 2.0, SD UHS-II, microSD UHS-I & Flash Drives
- Data Transfer Speeds up to 500MB/s
- Three Slots for Simultaneous Data Transfer
- USB 3.0 Interface
- Mac & Windows Compatible
- Plug & Play
Part Number: DDREADER-48
The USB 3.0 CFast 2.0 Multi-Slot Memory Card Reader from Delkin Devices utilizes the full power of CFast 2.0 and SD UHS-II memory cards for accelerated transfer, while doing it in only a fraction of the time. Designed with four slots for (1) CFast 2.0 card, (1) SD card, (1) microSD card and (1) USB flash drive, the reader is specifically built to handle the high-performance demands of the latest generation of memory cards used in the broadcast, cinema, and photography industries.
Incorporating a SuperSpeed USB 3.0 interface, the reader offers speeds suitable for professional photographers and videographers. Offload large files, such as high-res RAW images, 4K, 2K & 3D videos, quickly and efficiently at speeds up to 500MB/s (10x faster than USB 2.0)! The improved user workflow reduces transfer time dramatically and allows you to view and work on your files sooner. The reader also allows for simultaneous data transfer, giving you the ability to download all your files from multiple cards to your computer at the same time.
The CFast slot incorporates SATA III support, guaranteeing the fastest transfers to and from your CFast card. The SD slot is designed with a second row of connectors to utilize the super high-speed performance of UHS-II cards, while also allowing for backwards compatibility with non-UHS-II cards.
Compact & Travel-Friendly
At only 4 in. wide and weighing less than ¼ lb., the reader provides convenient, hassle-free portability. Bring it with you wherever you go; safely store it in backpacks, carrying bags, briefcases, and much more! Whether you are at home or travelling, the reader’s compact size allows you to access your precious files anywhere, anytime, while taking up minimal space.
Plug & Play
Access your files in seconds! No drivers or external power is required; simply plug the reader into any USB port on your computer and start viewing your photos and videos instantly. The reader is also backwards compatible with USB 2.0 and 1.1 ports, but will transfer data at slower rates.
- Compatible Memory Cards: CFast 2.0
- SDHC / SDXC UHS-II
- microSDHC / microSDXC UHS-I
- Ports: 1 x USB 3.0 type-A ports
- Computer Interface: USB 3.0
- Data Transfer Rate: Up to 500MB/s via USB 3.0
In the Box
Delkin Devices USB 3.0 CFast 2.0 Multi-Slot Memory Card Reader
Limited 5 Year Warranty
Importing, culling and tagging photos is about to get a whole lot faster and look a whole lot better with the impending arrival of Photo Mechanic 6.
On its own, the FTZ adapter retails for $250 and when bundled it dropped the cost to just $150. Now, Nikon is offering it for free with all Z6, Z7 purchases in the United States.
Profoto said it spoke with Godox back at Photokina 2018 and continues to contact Godox in an effort to stop it from marketing its V1 light.
Product renders in Italian publication Notebook Italia show an unusual design that conceals all cameras with the help of a slider mechanism.
Canon says its new EF 400mm F2.8L IS III and EF 600mm F4L IS III lenses can suffer from an intermittent flickering when shooting video in M or Av modes with certain cameras.
Leica recently announced the Q2, a digital rangefinder with a fixed 28mm F1.7 lens. It's a heck of a lot of fun to shoot with, but is it right for you? Based on our time with the camera, and its specifications, we've examined how well-suited it is for common photography use-cases.
Now that our Panasonic Lumix S1R has final firmware, we couldn't wait to get out shooting with it - and we also tried the high-res mode, which combines files to get 187 megapixel images. Because sometimes, 47 megapixels just isn't enough.
DroneShield has announced a partnership with NASCAR to use its trifecta of drone-disabling technology at events held at Texas Motor Speedway.
In this article, travel and landscape photographer Mitch Green encourages us to spend more time in the the field.
the lens lacks any electronics whatsoever and is constructed entirely of glass and metal. Of course, that comes at the expense of weight — this thing weighs in at 1.1kg / 2.43lbs.
Drones can be useful tools in urban areas, where they're utilized for everything from news reporting to building inspections, but flying in these areas requires careful preparation. Here's what you need to know to do so safely.
Hasselblad has released a new cable release and USB double battery charger for its X1D medium format camera .
After a report published by NBC News, Flickr has taken heat for allegedly letting IBM 'scrape' photos for use in its facial recognition datasets. But the problem isn't what it seems on the surface.
Samyang has announced the impending arrival of the AF 85mm F1.4 FE lens for full-frame Sony cameras.
Some Photoshop shortcuts are simple and obvious. Others, not so much. Here are 15 shortcuts that are actually useful.
Twitter has redesigned its in-app camera for easier access from the timeline screen.
Independent cinema lens manufacturer SLR Magic has announced it will offer all of its existing MicroPrime range in the Fujifilm X mount and has even created a Fuji-specific 12mm lens.
We've updated our buying guides with three more cameras: the Canon EOS RP, Nikon Z6 and Olympus E-M1X.
CFexpress 2.0 cards will come in three different form factors, each of which will offer different maximum speeds.
Lensbaby has added a third tilt lens to its Optic Swap system, this time a 35mm lens, adding to the existing 50mm and 80mm options.
Sigma has released firmware updates for a number of its lenses as well as its EF-E adapter to address various errors and features with Canon, Nikon and Sony cameras.
We've added the Fujifilm X-T30 and Sony a6400 to our 'Best Cameras under $1000' buying guide. These two mirrorless models pack in a lot of features for just $900 body only.
Instagram, Facebook and other Facebook-owned services are down for users around the world.
Think Tank Photo has unveiled its new Vision series of shoulder bags, including the Vision 10, Vision 13 and Vision 15.
The OPPO Reno series will be launched on April 10 but some details have already been spotted on the web.
Insta360 has unveiled its latest camera, as well as a new VR headset app and a specialized smartphone cover that makes it possible to view 3D video on standard smartphones.
A fresh crop of ready-for-anything compacts has been added to our buying guide – just in time for Spring Break.
At the Hydrogen One launch RED promised a range of bolt-on modules designed to expand the device's feature set. However, there is now doubt if those modules will ever be released.
Due to growing concerns about drones around regulated airspace, no-fly zones in the United Kingdom will be more than four times larger than before starting March 13.
Huawei clearly hasn't learned its lesson and once again has been busted for trying to pass off DSLR photos as images taken with one of its upcoming smartphones.