Monday, January 7th 2013

Green House Releases a 128 GB SDXC Memory Card

Japanese company Green House has today introduced a new, high-capacity memory card, the GH-SDXCUA128G SDXC which offers 128 GB worth of storage space. This card makes use of MLC NAND, it has a UHS-I rating, it comes with a three-year warranty, and delivers read and write speeds of up to 60 MB/s and 40 MB/s, respectively.

Green House's 128 GB SDXC card costs 19,800 yen (~ $225).
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6 Comments on Green House Releases a 128 GB SDXC Memory Card

#1
Steven B
very nice, a class 10 at 128GB, i mean i don't know why you need that, but I am sure 3 years down the road when we take 30MP pictures and videos then it will be good.
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#2
Sinzia
I've nearly filled my 64 GB card with videos for a site I work on, 128 would be a nice addition.
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#3
lyndonguitar
I play games
Steven B said:
very nice, a class 10 at 128GB, i mean i don't know why you need that, but I am sure 3 years down the road when we take 30MP pictures and videos then it will be good.
longer life outside of a backup device. reduces the need of stops to backup files
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#4
Prima.Vera
Can you record 1080p at 60fps on those without glitches?
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#5
xvi
I was going to make some comment about how impossibly long it would take to transfer things on and off of it, but calc.exe says it would only take 54.6 minutes to fill it to the brim and 36.4 minutes to copy it all off again. That's actually not too bad.

Prima.Vera said:
Can you record 1080p at 60fps on those without glitches?
Continuing with some calc.exe fun, 1920 x 1080 = 2,073,600 * 24-bit depth = 49,766,400 bits per image * 60 fps = 2,985,984,000 bits per second. Divide that down, that's a 2,848 Mbps stream in RAW (356 MB/s). 16-bit depth would be 1,898 Mbps. The real question what compression you're using. (It'd have to be about 9:1 ratio for it to work.)
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Prima.Vera
Yeah, but if I am not mistaken those (some)video HD cam recorders have some buffer or cache or something that can allow bigger bitrate even if the writing media is slower...Not sure to be honest
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