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Mark Peters : January 11th 2015 - 13:45 CET

Panasonic memory cards for 4K video recording

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Panasonic2015 CES News - Panasonic SDXC/SDHC UHS-I memory cards : Panasonic is introducing the new line-up of UHS-I type SDXC / SDHC flash memory cards by upgrading to the latest “SDUD” that boasts maximum read speed of 95MB/s and maximum write speed of 90MB/s, in addition to compatibility of UHS Speed Class 3 (U3). In addition, the line-up includes a maximum capacity upgraded to from SDXC 64GB to 128GB. In recent years, the standard of video content has become larger and even consumer products are capable of recording motion picture in 4K quality. The footage bitrate is also higher, for products such as the Panasonic HC-X1000 camcorder and the DMC-GH4 which record full-HD All-Intra at approximately 200Mbps.
Panasonic memory cards

Panasonic memory cards
To make the most of these cutting-edge imaging tools, the recording media also needs to function so there are no dropped frames and all content data is recorded without error. By crystallizing the technology long fostered through the development of digital camcorders and cameras, Panasonic is proud to produce the high quality flash memory cards that excel not only in the data transfer speed but also in the stability and durability under wide usage conditions to keep the data safe for the long term. The new memory cards from Panasonic are the perfect companion for 4K video recording.

4K video recording

4K video recording
The UHS Speed Class 3 (U3) is the latest, highest level of UHS Speed Class at a constant minimum write speed of 30MB/s to ensure smooth recording of high bitrate video. UHS-I card type with maximum read speed of 95MB/s, maximum write speed of 90MB/s for higher speed data transfer. The UHS-I bus interface enables ultra-high-speed read/write operations. When used with a UHS-I compliant product, the card can have a maximum read speed of 95MB/s and maximum write speed of 90MB/s. Users can take advantage of the high read speed for quick transfer of recorded data and high write speed for burst shooting of high resolution still pictures.

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