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SDXC memory cards

Mark Peters
PMA 2010 Report
Saturday 30th, January 2010
Posted by: Mark Peters

Panasonic announces the availability of the company's first 64 GB and 48 GB SDXC memory cards. SDXC is the next generation SD memory card, a new standard for storing data more than 32 GB and up to 2 terabytes. The new Panasonic SDXC memory cards, the RP-SDW64GE1K (64 GB) and RP-SDW48GE1K (48 GB) are Panasonic's largest-sized GOLD cards with Class 10 speed specification. Featuring new advanced Super Intelligent Controller helps to improve the reliability of the card and extend its lifetime. The new 64 GB and 48 GB SDXC memory cards will be globally introduced in February 2010 with suggested retail prices of $599.95 and $449.95, respectively.

Panasonic SDXC memory

48GB and 64GB Panasonic SDXC memory cards
The Panasonic SDXC memory card features a massive 64 GB of capacity, making it ideal for recording AVCHD High Definition video, high-resolution, or even RAW still photos. When used with Panasonic's newly-released camcorders, such as the Panasonic HDC-TM55, the 64GB Panasonic SDXC memory card can record up to 8 hours and 30 minutes of video, while recording in the highest video quality in HA mode. Or when recording in 1920 x 1080i in HE mode, the SDXC memory card can hold approximately 27 hours and 30 minutes of video. The 48GB SDXC memory card will have nearly the same capacity as a dual-layer Blu-ray disc, and can hold 6 hours and 20 minutes of HD video content recorded in HA mode and 20 hours and 20 minutes when recorded in HE mode.

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Panasonic SDXC memory

Panasonic SDXC cards are GOLD cards with Class 10 speed specification
With the Class 10 speed specification and maximum data transfer speed of up to 22MB/s, the new Panasonic SDXC cards allow users to enjoy superb performance when using with an HD camcorder or a digital interchangeable lens camera, such as the Panasonic Lumix DMC-GF1, for high-speed burst shooting when taking still photos. The 48GB and 64GB Panasonic SDXC memory cards, along with other Panasonic GOLD line memory cards, provide longer lifetime, thanks to the adoption of Panasonic's newly-developed Super Intelligent Controller, which evolves the current Super Intelligent Controller used in the Silver line memory cards. With the new Super Intelligent Controller, flash memories are automatically refreshed with error corrections, thus preventing data damages and providing longer lifetime.

Panasonic SDXC memory

Panasonic SDXC memory cards robust & reliable
The new Panasonic SDXC Memory Cards include a new technology designed to minimize accidental corruption caused by a power interruption, such as the memory card being removed while data is being transferred. Panasonic's SDXC memory card robustness is reliable even under severe temperature condition from -13F to 185F.

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