SDXC SD cards come at a big premium; too bad we can't slide an M.2 SSD into our cameras
Subject: Storage | February 27, 2017 - 05:23 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
Tagged: sdxc, sd card, patriot, lx series
You may recall a while back Allyn put together an article detailing the new types of SD cards hitting the market which will support 4K recording in cameras. Modders Inc just wrapped up a review of one of these cards, Patriot's 256GB LX Series SDXC card with an included adapter for those who need it. The price certainly implies it is new technology, $200 for 256GB of storage is enough to make anyone pause, so the question becomes why one would pay such a premium. Their benchmarks offer insight into this, with 83Mb/s write and 96Mb/s read in both ATTO and CrystalDisk proving that this is a far cry from the performance of older SD cards and worthy of that brand new ultra high definition camera you just picked up. Lets us hope the prices plummet as they did with the previous generations of cards.
"Much like Mary Poppins bag of wonders, Patriot too has a method of fitting a substantial amount of goodness in a small space with the release of their 256GB LX Series SDXC class 10 memory card. Featuring an impressive 256GB of storage and boasting this as an “ultra high speed” card for QHD video production and high resolution photos."
Here are some more Storage reviews from around the web:
- Synology DiskStation Manager (DSM) 6.1 @ eTeknix
- Asustor AS3202T Multifunctional 4K Quad-Core NAS Review @ Bjorn3D
- TerraMaster F2-220 2-Bay NAS @ techPowerUp
- QNAP TBS-453A 4-Bay M.2 SSD NAS @ Modders-Inc
- Seagate IronWolf Pro 10TB NAS HDD @ eTeknix
- Western Digital WD Red Pro 5 TB Hard Drive @ Hardware Secrets