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ProGrade Digital CFexpress memory cards are coming

ProGrade Digital released some additional information about their new CFexpress memory cards : CFexpress Cobalt Maximum read speed 1600MB/s Burst write speed 1400MB/s Minimum sustained write speed 1300MB/s Capacities: 325GB, 650GB CFexpress Gold Maximum read speed 1600MB/s Burst write speed 600MB/s – 1000MB/s Minimum sustained write speed 150MB/s – 400MB/s Capacities: 120GB, 256GB, 512GB, 1TB CFexpress 1.0 Cobalt and Gold both deliver: Fully compliant with CompactFlash Association 1.0 specification NVMe host interface with PCIe Gen3 X2 interconnect Extended battery life and low standby power through NVMe PS0 – PS4 support XQD host interoperable with firmware support Metal enclosure for improved durability and heat dissipation Thermal throttling protects card from overheating Optimized controllers specifically designed for use in professional-grade motion and still capture cameras Unique serialized tracking of every card enabling identification of key components and manufacturing data for the highest quality control Rigorous 100% full card testing down to individual memory chips for optimal quality X-ray proof, shock-proof Temperature ranges: operating 14 to 158°F/ -10 to 70°C; storage -4 to 185°F/ -20 to 85°C Dimensions: 29.6mm x 38.5mm x 3.8mm 3-year warranty ProGrade Digital memory cards are sold at  B&H Photo  and  Amazon . Sony also announced the development of new CFexpress memory cards

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The CompactFlash Association announced CFexpress 2.0 specification with up to 4000MB/s maximum theoretical performance

The CompactFlash Association announced CFexpress 2.0 specification with up to 4000MB/s maximum theoretical performance: The CompactFlash Association Announces CFexpress 2.0 Specification CFexpress 2.0 introduces two next-generation form factors adhering better thermal efficiency, optimized power and performance for targeted applications February 27, 2019 04:00 PM Eastern Standard Time CUPERTINO, Calif. – The CompactFlash Association (CFA), the organization responsible for professional removable media specifications such as CompactFlash®, CFast® and XQD®, and the CFexpress® 1.0 specification, now announces the CFexpress® 2.0 specification which expands the spec to include two additional form factors for professional imaging and industrial markets that require performance and quality recording media for high-speed capture and transfer.

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CP+ show report: new Nikon Z camera designed for consumers will be coming soon (Nikon Z5?)

At the CP+ show in Japan a Nikon executive confirmed that a new Z series camera designed for consumers will be coming soon. This will most likely be a low-price model similar to the Canon EOS RP ( priced at $1,299 ). In previous interviews, Nikon executives have already mentioned  that there will be Z mirrorless camera models below the Z6

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