Friday, March 7th 2014

KINGMAX Introduces the PRO Extreme SDXC/SDHC Memory Cards

As panels, backlight modules, control chips and materials etc., invest into the market, the ultra-high definition 4K2K is gradually being accepted by consumers; especially now when prices are dropping, more and more people are considering owning a HD flat-screen TV. TVs nowadays are equipped with more and more mature multi-functions, and consumers are becoming more and more sophisticated about the video quality; consumers also love to play the videos they recorded on the big-screen to share their lives with their friends and families.

However, the sizes of high-resolution images and videos are also becoming bigger, and sometimes while recording, consumers are disappointed as they are unable to quickly and accurately capture an exciting instant due to slow writing speeds. For this reason, the speed of the KINGMAX PRO Extreme SDXC/SDHC memory card is significantly increased.

The upgraded version is faster than the most advanced UHS-I Speed Class 3 specification, allowing photography enthusiasts to no longer have to worry about writing speed and instead just focus on adjusting the camera's iris and mode settings etc.; KINGMAX PRO Extreme SDXC/SDHC will quickly write down every precious image for you. The time it takes to copy the files onto other devices is reduced and you no longer have to wait patiently next to the device.

In order to record with high quality at any time and during important moments, a good memory card has become an important accessory for photographers! Everyone now can use the PRO Extreme SDXC/SDHC to access ultra-high quality Full HD (1080p), Ultra HD (2160p), 3D or 4K2K videos on D-SLR, D-SLM, digital camcorders and other high performance models. The PRO Extreme SDXC/SDHC memory card is compatible with SDHC and SDXC devices, and currently comes in 32 GB and 64 GB capacities for consumers to choose from. More excitingly, the 128 GB and 256 GB are also about to be released, so to use one memory card to record all scenarios of a micro-film is no longer a dream!

Features - KINGMAX PRO Extreme SDXC/SDHC
  • Support UHS-I Speed Class 3 (Write speed > 30 MB/s)
  • SDA Standard 3.0
  • Provides sufficient bandwidth to record and playback 4K2K videos
  • Applicable for Full HD (1080p), Ultra HD (2160p) and 3D video accessing
  • Speed: Read-Up to 90 MB/s; Write-Up to 40 MB/s
  • File format: exFAT (SDXC);FAT32 (SDHC)
  • Supports CPRM, ECC, wear leveling technologies and etc.
  • Dimension: 32 mm x 24 mm x 2.1 mm
  • Compatible: With SDHC&SDXC host devices; SDXC cards are not compatible with SDHC devices/readers
  • Operating Temp.:-25℃~85℃
  • Voltage: 3.3V
  • Warranty: 5 Years
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5 Comments on KINGMAX Introduces the PRO Extreme SDXC/SDHC Memory Cards

#2
tokyoduong
Unless they're selling the 64GB for $30, what is the point of this. Sandisk, Transcend, Lexar, Komputerbay, etc.. already exceed this speed. The Trascend 64GB card are sold at $42 and it writes faster....much faster.
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#3
joe1946
by: tokyoduong
Unless they're selling the 64GB for $30, what is the point of this. Sandisk, Transcend, Lexar, Komputerbay, etc.. already exceed this speed. The Trascend 64GB card are sold at $42 and it writes faster....much faster.
Cameras like the new Panasonic 4K GH4 need Speed Class 3 cards like the Kingston Digital Kingston Digital 64GB SDHC UHS-I Speed Class 3 Flash Card (SDA3/64GB ) :
http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00I3BQJNA/?tag=tec06d-20

The KINGMAX PRO Extreme SDXC/SDHC is a Speed Class 3 card.
https://www.sdcard.org/developers/overview/speed_class/
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#4
joe1946
To go along with the new Panasonic GH4 4K camera that will be announced later tonight / early tomorrow, Kingston is first out of the gate with its official announcement of a new SDHC/SDXC UHS-I Speed Class 3 card in 16GB, 32GB and 64GB capacities. The new Speed Class 3 card guarantees minimun write speeds of 30MB/s.
The minimum write speed of these cards translates to roughly 240Mbps, which fits well within the max on-board data rate of the Panasonic GH4′s 4K capture at 100Mbps for its IPB .mov/.mp4 4K capture and 200Mbps for its ALL-Intra .mov and .mp4 HD capture. Additionally, the new Kingston card provides max speeds of 90MB/s read and 80MB/s write.
http://www.photographybay.com/2014/02/06/kingston-unveils-sdhcsdxc-uhs-i-speed-class-3-cards-for-4k-video-capture/
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#5
Prima.Vera
40MB/s for reads is half for what other cards can output. While this speed is good enough for 1080p@60fps, I don't think is good enough for 4K videos.
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