ProGrade Digital officially announced the new 160GB CFexpress Type A Cobalt Memory Card. The US price is $329.99.
ProGrade Digital CFexpress Type A cards provide read speeds up to 800MB/s and burst write speeds up to 700MB/s. In addition, ProGrade Digital’s CFexpress Type A card delivers a minimum sustained write speed of 400MB/s (VPG 400) – specifically designed for high-resolution video capture.
ProGrade Digital 160GB CFexpress Type A Cobalt Memory Card: $329.99 at B&H, Adorama.
- 160GB Storage Capacity
- NVMe PCIe 3.0 x4 Bus
- Max Read Speed: 800 MB/s
- Max Write Speed: 700 MB/s
- Min Write Speed: 400 MB/s
- Records Raw 4K Video
- Records 8K, 6K, and 4K ProRes Video
- Metal Enclosure for Temperature Control
- Built-In Thermal Throttling
- Shock / Vibration / X-Ray Proof
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Atomos officially announced new firmware update. AtomOS 10.64 firmware update for the Ninja V available to download from their website for free.
This firmware upgrade brings some much awaited improvements to ProRes RAW recordings from the Sony A7sIII.
Atomos Ninja V: $599 at Amazon, B&H, Adorama.
Atomos Ninja V+: $1,499 at B&H, Adorama.
Atomos Firmware Update v10.64 for Ninja V Details:
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Looking for the best memory cards for Sony a7S III? Here are our top recommended & fastest CFexpress cards and SD cards for Sony a7S III mirrorless camera.
The Sony a7S III has dual memory card slots that are both compatible with CFexpress Type A cards and UHS-II-compatible SD cards. Meaning that you can take full advantage of the write speeds and read speeds of UHS-II cards to get the best out of your Sony a7S III camera.
As we mentioned above, the Sony a7S III has 2x memory card slots that both support CFexpress Type A cards and UHS-II SD cards. Although SD cards and CFexpress Type A cards are not the same in size, both card slots in the Sony a7S III will accept either card type. So, if you have already had some fast SD cards, you can continue to use them since most of the Sony a7S III’s features work fine with either V60 or V90 cards. But, if you would like to use the camera’s most bandwidth intensive recording format – S&Q (‘slow and quick’) mode with 10-bit 4:2:2 recording, you will still need some higher-performance CFexpress Type A cards.
In this article you can find our top recommended CFexpress cards & SD cards for Sony a7S III based on the speed and price.
Recommended CFexpress & SD Memory Cards for Sony a7S III
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