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Sandisk SD Cards Increase Storage

Sandisk SD Cards Increase Storage

Product imageSDXC format to replace SDHC with up to 2TB capacity.

A new format that brings the SD format to SD 3.0 has been launched replacing the SDHC format. The new format will be introduced starting on SD cards from Sandisk with 64GB of storage capacity.

The format will allow storage cards of up to 2TB of disk capacity using an exFAT file system. Expect manufactuerers of audio visual equipment such as digital cameras and camcorders to have devices ready for the new format in the coming months.

“SDXC is a large-capacity card that can store more than 4,000 RAW images, which is the uncompressed mode professionals use. That capacity, combined with the exFAT file system, increases movie recording time and reduces starting time to improve photo-capturing opportunities,” said Shigeto Kanda, general manager at Canon.
“Improvements in interface speed allow further increases in continuous shooting speed and higher resolution movie recordings. As a memory card well suited to small-sized user-friendly digital cameras, the SDXC specification will help consumers realize the full potential of our cameras.”

The SDXC format was announced in Summer 2009.

Image: MobileComputingWorld

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