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SD cards now Transcend to 4K recording.

Transcend 4K recording SD Cards

Transcend Launched their SDXC/SDHC SD Ultra High Speed Class UHS-I Class 3 Cards for 4K Video Capture.

With 4K recording options becoming more accessible, affordable and available.

Transcend 4K SD U3 Cards

The Transcend Ultra High Speed Class 3 or (U3) SD card format specification. provides incredible read and write speeds of up to 95MByte/s and 85MB/s, harnessing the full power of UHS U3-compliant digital recording equipment.

Providing Cinema-Quality 4K Video Recording
- Smooth Full HD, 3D, and 4K video recording performance
- Improved camera response for fast-action consecutive shooting
- Efficient exFAT file system (SDXC)

The Ultra High Speed Class 3 specification guarantees a minimum constant write speed of 30MB/s to facilitate cinema-quality video recording in HD. But Transcend’s SDXC UHS-I U3 and SDXC/SDHC UHS-I U3X “Extreme” cards, however, can achieve near double this performance with blazing-fast write speeds of up to 60MB/s and 85MB/s respectively for 4K recording.

Supporting 4K recording on Sony, Panasonic, Canon and JVC camera models.

Such as the

  • Sony® 4K Handycam® FDR-AX100
  • Panasonic® Lumix® DMC-GH4
  • JVC® GY HMQ10
  • Canon® EOS® C500 Cinema Camera*
  • (*needs SD to CF adapter), these cards ensure smooth 4K video capture in stunning color and clarity.

    Card sizes range from 32 – 128 GB, the 128GB card can manage a full
    8 hours of 4K Ultra High-Definition footage (4096×2160 35Mb/s H.264 AVC compression)
    using the exFAT file system.

    In addition each Transcend memory card includes a free download of Transcend’s exclusive RecoveRx™ photo recovery software – an extraordinarily effective tool for bringing back accidentally deleted or lost files.

    Whether HD or 4K the Transcend UHS-I U3 range has you covered.

    Before Using SDXC Memory Cards please see this:

    Useful SD card related videos:

    Understanding SD card speed class and performance choices:

    More info about the Transcend 4K SD cards can be found here:

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