Kioxia adds 1TB capacity to 4K video compatible microSD EXCERIA PLUS

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  1. Hilbert Hagedoorn

    Hilbert Hagedoorn Don Vito Corleone Staff Member

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    CrazY_Milojko Ancient Guru

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    Just imagine someone told you 15, 20 years ago we'll have capacity of 1TB on the top of our fingernail.

    iirc my first JVC MiniDV camera, somewhere 20 years ago, came with I think one 4MB SD card. Camera was using SD cards to store pics one could take while filming (in the middle of filming you could take a pics, camera would embend those pics into the video + store them separately on SD card.... but pics camera made were nothing more than crap), ofc video could be stored only on MiniDV cassettes. Later down the road bought myself few, backthen quite expencive, 16MB SD cards for that JVC camera, although never used those much because soon bough us first dedicated Canon digital camera and just gave up on that JVC camera because dumping videos to PC via Firefire and then burning those to DVDs was time consuming. Also these MiniDV cassettes could be reliably used maybe 2-4 times (I've mark them, each cassette, with the pen how many times they were used for recording), after that you're risking that filmed material becomes almost unusable, artifacts here and there. Switching from MiniDV camera to Canon digital camera using SD cards was like a night and day in terms of speed, use comfort and reliability. Still have that JVC MiniDVD camera, recorded material on some cassettes still isn't transfered to PC via Firewire, battery (2 of them) are probably dead long time ago...
     
  3. geogan

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    This sort of massive storage always makes me think of reverse-engineered Roswell type stuff. Absolutely crazy that 1TB can fit on something that small.
     
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    man 1tb on micro sd ! and 100mb read and 85 mb write ? NICE !
     

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    tunejunky Ancient Guru

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    it's about time that there was competition in this space. i've had my SanDisk Ultra (even faster) for almost two years.
    i want 2tb (lol) as mine's almost full at 850 gb (lossless files)
     

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