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SD is slower

If SD is slower on read/write than Compact Flash, what is the benifit of using it?

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Re: SD is slower

SD is approximately 1/2 the speed of CF, but the benefit is that SD uses almost 1/2 the power consumption of a CF card. Additionally, it leaves the CF slot available for different I/O cards.

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