"The new Compact Flash Pro Toshiba Exceria declare peaks of 150/160 MB / s read / write, but also a guaranteed minimum flow of writing to 65MB / s for 4K movies without dropped frames"
4K is definitely one of the words of the moment and also the recent announcements of the NAB in Las Vegas have confirmed that the recording format high-definition video Ultra HD is about to be taking root. Among the proposals capable of recording in 4K are also SLR and video cameras withCompact Flash slot, format that was very important for the history of digital photography, but that ultimately suffers much competition from the SD format in its variations, high capacity and speed .
Different products, however, still use CF cards and Toshiba still believes much in the industry: the latest proposal are Compact Flash cards Exceria Pro 1066x with peak velocity in reading 160MB/se in writing of 150MB / s. They are cards that meet the specifications CompactFlash Specification Revision 6.1 and compatible with the interface UDMA7, but above all also meet the specifications of the standard "video performance guarantee profile 2" (VPG-65), which ensures aminimum flow guaranteed in writing to 65MB / s for 4K recordings without loss of frame no.
Will be made available in denominations of 16GB, 32GB and 64GB: prices have not yet been announced, but will probably be initially accessible only to the professional audience.