SDXC

SanDisk 1TB SDXC aims at 4K and 8K content makers

SanDisk 1TB SDXC aims at 4K and 8K content makers

SanDisk has announced a new prototype memory card for photographers and videographers that has a huge amount of storage inside. The new 1TB SDXC memory card prototype is on display at Photokina and is aimed at people who work with high-resolution 4K and 8K files and content. Having a huge amount of storage space is a big deal because it is needed for that high-resolution content because the file sets that are handled can be enormous.

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Kingston outs new high speed, high capacity memory cards

Kingston outs new high speed, high capacity memory cards

Mobile devices and digital cameras are getting more capable and more sophisticated these days, but one thing that prevents them from really taking off is data storage, in particular the issues of sizes and speeds. That is why manufacturers like Kingston are always trying to push the limits of their products. This latest batch of cards, both in microSDHC/SDXC and regular SDHC/SDXC forms, not only boasts of ultra high read and write speeds, they also now come in double the usual storage space, reaching 128 and 256 GB.

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SanDisk 512GB Extreme PRO SDXC: a high-capacity memory card for pros

SanDisk 512GB Extreme PRO SDXC: a high-capacity memory card for pros

SanDisk has introduced a new memory card that keeps pace with the most demanding photography and video recording needs: the 512GB Extreme Pro SDXC card. The card boasts several features targeted at pro users and those with demanding needs, including the ability to withstand harsh temperatures and water.

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Toshiba Exceria Pro SD card touted as “world’s fastest”

Toshiba Exceria Pro SD card touted as “world’s fastest”

Toshiba is coming out with an ultra-fast series of SD cards that they're calling Exceria Pro, and the company is claiming that the new SD cards are the fastest around, with speeds hitting as fast 240 MB/s. These cards are aimed at professionals, such as photographers who need photos saved quickly.

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Toshiba announces EXCERIA SD cards: world’s fastest

Toshiba announces EXCERIA SD cards: world’s fastest

We all have that need for speed: SSDs are getting faster and faster, and technologies like USB 3.0 and Thunderbolt help keep things moving swiftly along. If you have a large SD card full of images, it’s not that much fun pulling them all over to your computer. Toshiba aims to reduce the frustration that goes along with slow transfer times, today announced a new line of high speed SD cards, which they claim are the world's fastest.

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SanDisk releases 64GB class 6 MicroSD card

SanDisk releases 64GB class 6 MicroSD card

SanDisk launched the first 64GB microSD card this week called the SanDisk Mobile Ultra. It will allow you to add a whole lot more storage to your microSDXC-compatible smartphones and tablets, doubling capacity up from the current 32GB standard. It also features Class 6 transfer speeds of up to 30MB/s that provide better performance for capturing full HD videos.

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Delkin Reveals Elite633 64GB SDXC Card, Fastest on Earth

Delkin Reveals Elite633 64GB SDXC Card, Fastest on Earth

Or so they say. While we've written about our fair share of SD cards in the past, it's the SDXC cards we've got our eyes on now. Last card we reported on with the kind of size and speed this Delkin card is reporting on was the Lexar set, one of them at 128GB and the other at 64GB. Why in the world would I want this newer Delkin ELITE633 card with less than the most storage in the world on it? Because it's the fastest! This card is able to record at speeds up to 45 megabytes per second and read at speeds up to 95 megabytes per second.

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Lexar Reveals Dual-Slot Card Reader for UDMA CF, SDXC and SD UHS-I

Lexar Reveals Dual-Slot Card Reader for UDMA CF, SDXC and SD UHS-I

This sassy little number is presented by Lexar today for dual-card reading, supporting UDMA CF, SDXC and SD UHS-I memory cards as well as being backwards compatible with your standard CF, SD and SDHC memory cards. This reader of course uses USB 3.0 for it's super speedy delivery at 500MB per second, this card reader capable of both data transfer between the cards and the host computer as well as card-to-card transfers.

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Lexar Introduces Industry’s First 128GB Pro SDXC Memory Card

Lexar Introduces Industry’s First 128GB Pro SDXC Memory Card

Lexar Media announced today that it is releasing two new professional SDXC memory cards, including one that is the industry's first to boast a 128GB capacity. Both the 64GB and 128GB cards should come to the delight of photographers and videographers as they are high-capacity and high-speed.

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Lexar 128GB and 64GB 133x SDXC cards promise 20MB/s transfers

Lexar 128GB and 64GB 133x SDXC cards promise 20MB/s transfers

Lexar Media hates it when you run out of space in your swanky DSLR, and so they're hoping you'll pick up their new Class 10 133x SDXC memory cards. The new 64GB and 128GB cards offer a minimum guaranteed transfer speed of 20MB per second, suitable for lengthy 1080p HD video recording or burst high-res photography.

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Panasonic VIERA TH-L42G3 HDTV records Full HD video to SDXC

Panasonic VIERA TH-L42G3 HDTV records Full HD video to SDXC

Panasonic Japan has outed a new HDTV, and if you've ever wished for an easy way to archive live TV without messing with a DVR then this could be the VIERA you've been waiting for. The Panasonic VIERA TH-L42G3 is a 42-inch set with an IPS LED-backlit Full HD display, but the clever stuff is in the SD card reader in the side. Rather than just allowing you to play back media, as with memory card slots on other HDTVs, this one lets you record it.

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Panasonic AG-AF100 Micro Four Thirds 1080p camcorder gets official

Panasonic AG-AF100 Micro Four Thirds 1080p camcorder gets official

It's been a few months since Panasonic teased us with their Micro Four Thirds camcorder, the AF100, and they've only just got around to officially announcing the thing.  The AF100 - or its AF105 Japanese sibling - can use standard DSLR and MFT lenses or, with an adapter, cinema and prime lenses, shooting up to 1080/24p 24Mbps video to a pair of SD/SDHC/SDXC cards.

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