“CFast” the future of digital 4K recording

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Cfast-120G

 

Designed in parallel with leading-edge camera manufacturers, the SanDisk Extreme PRO CFast 2.0 memory card offers more than twice the shot speed of today’s fastest memory cards. As the world’s first CFast 2.0 memory card, it delivers the speed and capacity professionals need for Full HD recording specifications, including high-definition 4K video recording**. Next level write speeds help you keep up with the new generation of professional cameras and camcorders, while data transfer speeds of up to 450MB/s make your post-production workflow more efficient. And capacities of up to 120GB** give you plenty of room for large RAW image files and the high-quality video that broadcast and cinema demands.

  • World’s first CFast 2.0 memory card
  • More than twice the write speed of today’s fastest cards**
  • Designed in parallel with leading-edge camera manufacturers
  • Meets the demands of broadcast, cinema, and photography
  • Unprecedented transfer speeds of up to 450MB/s

I love it when the camera manufacturers bleat about memory not being fast enough which is why early adopters like Nikon have chosen the fastest card to date for their D4 camera…the Sony XQD card at a mere 180MB/s.

SanDisk announced this card at the end of the year at inter BEE and at 450MB/s this card meets 4K requirements and more. I think the new Panasonic GH4 will adopt this as will the new range of Canon Cinematic cameras as they already use CF cards.

GH4K

 

Panasonic GH 4K
Two more sources confirmed a new GH 4K camera announcement for the first half of 2014.  They also said that the specs we posted here on 43rumors are very close to the final camera specs. Here they are:
16mp
1/8000 shutter
1mil dot OLED screen
21mm OLED viewfinder, 3,000+ dot.
Time code
200mbps mp4 All-i/100mbps IPB
4k/30p
4:2:2 10/8bit output
3G-SDI and XLR adaptor (An adaptor that the camera sits on with XLR x2, HD-SDI x4)
Price: €2799

Specs thanks to http://www.43rumors.com

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1 comment on this post

  1. Duncan Craig says:

    So at full speed you can store just over 4 minutes of footage on the card!? Or course this write speed is of no use to most of us here and now. The read speed is more useful as you can easily edit straight off the card.

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