Nex camera able to be full frame in the future ?

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Re: Nex camera able to be full frame in the future ?

Unread postby InTheSky » Tue May 18, 2010 1:54 am

I wish Sony will not do the same error as my Camcorder Samsung in 1080i, where if you put a SD card not too fast the camera film normaly ... but ... when it is time to look at the movie, it is corrupt :-(.

I have lost about 5 good movies with my girlfriend on beautiful sunset because of a third party class 6 SD card. So now i'm only putting Real Sandisk Ultra card in it.

With the price of the memory now ... I don't know why they do not put at least a 4 gig of DDR2 RAM in the camera to handle buffer and write it after .... Even with a small Capacitor, there is way to keep the information and store it after that on the SD Card.

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Re: Nex camera able to be full frame in the future ?

Unread postby David Kilpatrick » Tue May 18, 2010 1:58 am

Sony states SD Card Class 4 or faster will work. Given that 4GB MS Duo Mark II is not exactly a speed demon, and worked fine, I'm pretty sure they will have tested typical Class 4 SD cards.

All mine are Class 6 or better.

Lexar just sent me 32GB 300X and 600X CF cards and a Firewire 800 reader to test. Superb. Incredible speed for transfer to the Mac - and I don't have a camera body fast enough to match the cards!

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Re: Nex camera able to be full frame in the future ?

Unread postby Mark K » Wed May 19, 2010 1:32 am

David Kilpatrick wrote:Sony states SD Card Class 4 or faster will work. Given that 4GB MS Duo Mark II is not exactly a speed demon, and worked fine, I'm pretty sure they will have tested typical Class 4 SD cards.

All mine are Class 6 or better.

Lexar just sent me 32GB 300X and 600X CF cards and a Firewire 800 reader to test. Superb. Incredible speed for transfer to the Mac - and I don't have a camera body fast enough to match the cards!

David

Not all SD cards are the same. The rated speeds are not the same according to here
http://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/com ... ,2574.html
I have been using Trascend Class 6 without any problem in my Canon camcorder. :mrgreen:

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Re: Nex camera able to be full frame in the future ?

Unread postby David Kilpatrick » Wed May 19, 2010 1:53 am

Sure, not all are the same. Canon now has my Inov8 16GB card which won't work at all with their cams. they got Sandisk to send me a replacement, but it was only 4GB - not a fair exchange! But 30MB/s speed.

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