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I have a different question. Jeff, or anyone. I think the article is excellent, I feel people make assumptions about the content of the article before reading the entirety. I can shoot faster if I just had the CF card in. Actually, Sean…. Again, the title and everything is just wrong. Honestly, I should have chosen a different title, since there are times when people WILL want to use both cards. When shooting sports or any type of images with burst mode 6 frames per second , this is crippling. I am starting to use the camera for more video after having it for many years. I wrote the original post to let people know that this is the case. Just a curious post — thanks in advance for any feedback. With all of this said, I am glad that people are talking about this. Again, I will state, this is not correct! I shot 15 raw files last night on the 5D mk3 before i hit the buffer on the SD — without a CF card in. That is the point of the article. If you have a x CF card in slot one and any SD card in the second slot, the very best buffer clear that will achieve is x. Will this allow me to take pics continuously in RAW? We seem to be in agreement.

Why is this happening? Makes perfect sense that the slower card controls the write speed as it would write to both cards simultaneously. I think it is important for people to know all these facts. The best you will get is x. Even with faster cards, the camera can ONLY write at x. Of course. Overflow is a perfectly good reason for having an SD card in the slot.

Emanuil — yes, the CF write speed will slow down to x, even if you have a much faster card in the camera. Joshua — I assure you that this is correct information.

On any camera with dual card slots this includes pro bodies, such as the Canon 1D x and Nikon D4as well as the Nikon D and Sony a99it will default to the lowest card speed that is currently in the camera. Why would I want to clear data at 20Mbps when I could be transferring at 90Mbps or better?

James — not true. Simply putting a SD card in the slot does nothing. Simply putting an SD card in the camera does not slow down the write speed. I am going to start this by saying that I really like my Canon 5D Mark III cameras and use them for shooting everything including Bar and Bat Mitzvahs, landscapes, portraits, sports and more.

I find it irresponsible because some photographers are going to take your word for gospel, cards are going to fail, and there will be no images backed up to save the day.

Does the canon 5d mark iii have dual card slots agree with you that redundant backup is ideal and Does the canon 5d mark iii have dual card slots use this all the time in my 1DX. You have to write to both card simultaneously. And…people can choose to use the SD card slot as long as they know that it will severely limit their burst mode shooting.

Do you disagree that using both card slots at the same time slows down the otherwise fast write speed of a good CF card? Do you all know how fast the CF slot can write? There really is no point of solely writing link the CF card and having an SD card in the slot.

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My big issue with this article is that you at no point go over the benefits of using the second slot. This is really strange because many other cameras have come out with UHS-I compatible slots over the last year.

But does the canon 5d mark iii have dual card slots video I lose the video I was recording regardless of length.

This does the canon 5d mark iii have dual card slots true even if you purchase a x SD card and insert it in the camera. And can the camera write at the x speed? There is no reason for anyone to be confrontational about this. Do you disagree that the write speed to an SD card of any speed, is relatively slow compared to a average CF card?

It is not about the adaptor as much as the interface built into the camera. But if you care about clearing your buffer, you need to be aware of this.

Good point. This is not a problem if you are a photographer who shoots in a studio. Thanks for the great feedback, I actually just had that happen at the end of a wedding when the couple had the grand exit.

I want to take full advantage of my Lexar x Professional CompactFlash card. And…for people that shoot in single shot mode and are not bursting out frames, they do not care about about buffer clear, and slowly writing to both cards may still be an option for them.

For this reason, I almost never use the SD slot in the camera. I disagree that simply putting an SD card in the camera slows down the write speed to the CF card.

It is slower than just writing to the individual CF card. Unless the CF is limited by a software while the SD is in use. Aaron — what speed memory card are you using? Are you saying that the CF speed is limited to x by some kind of software switch or is this purely determined by the x limit of the SD bus? Once I get the SD I will do the test but am really curious to see if someone has done this test or knows how the camera works. Jeff is full of crap and so is the girl here. What do I do? How you use the information is up to you, as we all have our own ways of shooting and our own preferences. Are you saying that the max write speed to a CF card is limited by the x max in the sd slot if you have both an sd and a cf card in the camera at the same time, and the cf card is x or the new x and you have manually designated the cf card? Everything I do is recorded to both cards simultaneously. Jeff, thank you for the quick answer. In my opinion, the greatest thing about photography is the sharing of information and the way that we all strive to learn more and shoot better. I realize that this is an old thread, but I thought it was worth a try. Here is what I found after some testing. Would the CF write speed be impacted if you write low resolution images only for iPad viewing to the SD card? I am confused. In certain circumstances, you do not want to put a card in the SD slot. Try it!!!! Would Canon have made a better camera if they had addressed the issues with the second slot? Pass on using the SD slot if you happen to be writing the same image to both cards and care about clearing your buffer quickly. But just after receiving my two cameras I started to play with the memory slots and experimented with the best way to use both memory card slots. The fact of the matter is as an event photographer I shoot writing full size raw backups to the second slot, on silent mode further slowing things down , and I have learned to anticipate the buffer. Appreciate your thoughts. Lexar also sells a CF card that can write at x. Gianluca — no. I am getting the Error 80 problem that so many have. Nice article. The article says that ust the presence of the SD card slows the write speed to ALL cards in the camera…. You missed the value of the article and proved a meaningless point. Not only is this article not correct, but it is horribly irresponsible advice to anyone who has a 2-slot camera. I want to shoot a bunch of images, have the camera clear the buffer as quickly as possible, and keeping shooting. This cannot be changed. You can email me directly at jcable jeffcable. Not the same format. In this case the buffer will not be cleared until the RAW file is written to the SD and I can uderstand how the x is limiting both the write speed of the CF as well as the clearing of the buffer. And, it is not just the burst rate that is effected, it is the clearing of the buffer to shoot more. This is a silly argument. I use a very fast CF card and write to it, but I do have an SD card in that slot for emergency overflow. Could this be a buffer issue regarding the SD slot? It should be a useful discussion amongst us passionate photographers.