November 6th, 2015
Verbatim issued the SDHC maps created for HD video
The Verbatim company let out two new flash cards of the SDHC format, permitting to write down data with the speed necessary for record of video in HD quality. The cards intended, at first, for video cameras, are capable to write down 9 Mbps given with a speed and to read with speed of 20 Mbps.
4 GB the version allows to write down 90 minutes of video of average property, the card twice bigger capacity — 180 minutes (or 60 minutes in the highest permission). Not including kamkorder these cards are supported by the SLR cameras, allowing to remove HD video (for example, Nikon D90).
Cost of cards does not shock — $12,99 for 4 GB the version and $17,99 for 8 GB.