SanDisk has announced a new 256GB Ultra microSDXC UHS-I Premium Edition card for video storage. It’s the first microSD card that meets the Application Performance Class 1 (A1) requirements from the latest SD Association’s SD 5.1 specifications.
SanDisk has announced a 256GB USB 3.1 solid state flash drive, one it claims is the world’s fastest high capacity USB drive.
Atomos is making their on-camera HDR-enabled recorders available at a discounted price—just as YouTube gets ready for HDR video.
Today, video and still cameras, tablets and even laptop computers often rely on memory cards for data storage. Each electronic device specifies a unique kind of memory and choosing the right card for the application can be challenging.
Until recently, the most cost effective option for videographers backing up video files in the field was a portable hard drive. Hard drives have a large capacity, are small in size and very inexpensive. But now, hard drives are being challenged by much faster and lower cost outboard SSD drives.
For videographers working in the field without a laptop computer, Western Digital has a solution for backing up video files on both a hard drive and the cloud from anywhere. It’s called the Western Digital My Passport Wireless Pro.