Memory Cards

Memory cards are a type of permanent storage that is commonly used in portable electronic devices such as digital cameras, mobile phones and various handheld devices. This type of memory is available in different fitments such as Compact Flash, Memory Stick, MicroSD and Secure Digital. USB memory card readers are available to allow quick and easy access for reading and writing data to the memory card. Updated

CFast 2.0 Memory Cards

The CFast 2.0 specification high performance memory cards are designed for the next generation of professional broadcast, cinema, and stills cameras and camcorders. Due to the SATA-III connectivity CFast 2.0 cards are ready to shoot Full HD and cinema-quality 4K video (4096x2160p) with unprecedented transfer speeds of up to 525MB/ and write Speeds of up to 445MB/s. Designed in parallel with leading-edge camera manufacturers, CFast 2.0 are compatible with a growing range of models from Arri, Blackmagic and Canon. Note that CFast 2.0 cards are physically and electrically different to Compact Flash and are not interchangeable.
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Compact Flash Memory Cards

A solid state memory card, Compact Flash is a small removable mass storage device that uses flash memory technology. These cards as with all flash storage will retain data indefinitely. They are popular in the higher end specialist applications such as various digital cameras, tapeless video recorders, data logging and compact recording devices for example. Note that Compact Flash are not are not physically or electrically the same as CFast cards.

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Flash Card Readers/Writers

These portable memory card readers and writers use a USB interface to connect with a computers USB port. These devices can accept a range of memory cards/sticks that simply plug in and are ready to be accessed. These card readers / writers allow simple and quick transfer of music, photo, video and data files to and from a flash memory card.
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