As certain as death and taxes, memory capacity keeps exploding. Sandisk showed a new USB-C flash drive holding a massive 1TB of data.
Sony is launching a range of CFast memory cards designed to meet the needs of professional videographers and photographers.
Netflix and the Australian Broadcast Corporation (ABC) have partnered to produce a new comedy series, The Letdown. The series was shot by cinematographer Judd Overton with Panasonic VariCam LT cameras, chosen for their look, especially naturalistic skin tones.
In the world of video production, change in data storage comes so fast it is often out of sight, out of mind. For some applications, we have switched in the past few years from hard drives to flash memory. Each new model of gear we buy — whether cameras or editing — accommodates faster formats and generates ever larger files. Where is storage heading?
Western Digital says the company has new proprietary microwave technology that it claims will allow it to create 40 terabyte 3.5-inch spinning disk hard drives (HDDs) by the year 2025. Currently, the capacity of hard drives maxes out about 14 terabytes.
Sandisk is preparing a line of industrial memory cards for high-reliability applications.