Toshiba Memory Europe GmbH has announced the N502, a family of UHS-II EXCERIA PRO™ SD cards, created to meet the demands of the latest digital cameras and allow the recording of both 4K and 8K video and supporting continuous shooting.
The family provides a minimum data transfer speed of 90 MB/s, a maximum read speed of 270 MB/s and a maximum write speed of 260 MB/s, an equivalent of Video Speed Class 90; UHS Speed Class 3 or SD Speed Class 10.
The N502 joins Toshiba Memory Europe’s UHS-I SD Cards: the N401 EXCERIA PRO™ and the N203. The new UHS-II family of SD cards has a write speed 2.5 times the N401 EXCERIA PRO™, and 10 times the N301 EXCERIA™.
Available in 32 GB, 64 GB, 128 GB and 256 GB options, the N502 EXCERIA PRO™ can hold up to 2,540 photos in RAW data format, or 220 minutes of 4K video at 30 fps. Under internal testing, the N502 was able to transfer 1,000 1.5 MB images to a PC in just 26.38 seconds, and was able to write RAW image files from a full buffer to the SD card in just 8.6 seconds .
The new N502 SD card measures 32 x 24 x 2.1mm, and weighing approximately 2g, is X-ray proof, and has an operating temperature range of -25˚C to +85˚C. It comes with a five (5) year warranty.
The new N502 SD card has been qualified with Blackmagic Design Pty. Ltd. for use in its professional standard Blackmagic URSA Mini Pro camera.
Further information is available at www.toshiba-memory.com