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Mark Peters : September 9th 2007 - 17:35 CET

Sony 300x CompactFlash cards


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SonySony 300x CompactFlash cards : Sony Europe’s Recording Media & Energy (RME) division have announced the launch of three high speed (300x) CompactFlash cards to meet the capacity and speed demands of professional D-SLR photographers and ambitious amateur photographers. With UDMA (ultra direct memory access) support, the Sony 300x CompactFlash cards achieve data transfer rates of 45MB/s during write operation. The new Sony CompactFlash 300x card, which complements the existing line-up of 66x and 133x CompactFlas cards, will be available with capacities of 2GB, 4GB and 8GB. They will be branded as part of Sony’s α (pronounced alpha) D-SLR camera system. The new Sony CompactFlash 300x cards will be available from October 2007.
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The high speed CompactFlash 300x cards allow UDMA-enabled D-SLR digital camera users to record more frames per second in continuous advance shooting mode and to transfer their images to the PC very rapidly to make room for new photographic projects. An 8GB CompactFlash card can hold up to 2,000 JPEG photos taken in 12 Megapixel resolution in the ‘Standard’ image setting, or up to 1,363 photos in ‘Fine’ mode. Even if both RAW and JPEG image data are recorded, the 8GB card offers enough space for more than 313 digital photos.

Sony Compact Flash cards
The new CompactFlash cards are compatible with a wide range of products featuring a CompactFlash slot, including many D-SLR Cameras, many digital cameras, printers and other imaging and computer peripherals. Many PCs feature built-in CompactFlash slots as standard, while there are adaptors and card readers available on the market to allow users to access and transfer their data onto CompactFlash cards using any PC or laptop.

SONY 4GB CF

Sony UDMA CF line-up
The Sony 300x Compact Flash line-up comes complete with a 5 year warranty providing peace of mind for customers. In addition, the Sony 133x Compact Flash card and the new 300x ultra direct memory access transfer speed models are supported by Sony’s image recovery service, allowing the user to recover deleted digital pictures.

SONY 8GB CF





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