Engadget post time: April 26, 2013 at 07:24PM
Toshiba will launch its Exceria Pro series of CompactFlash cards into the Japanese market tomorrow with 160MB/s read speeds and 150MB/s write speeds. The company claims the 32GB and 64GB models are the fastest CF cards you can get now, thanks to the UDMA7 protocol combined with its own NAND flash memory and custom firmware. As such, it’s certified them to the “video performance guarantee profile 2” (VPG-65) standard, meaning they’re guaranteed to sustain 65MB/s, which Toshiba says will support many CF-equipped 4K cameras on the market. Obviously, HD and RAW still shooters using pro DSLR models like Canon’s 5D Mark III and the Nikon D800 won’t have to sweat the frames-per-second, either. There’s no word on US availability or pricing, but we should know more when they hit Japanese shops on April 27th.
Reference source: Engadget