DJI CINESSD for Inspire 2 Quadcopter (120GB)

DJI CINESSD for Inspire 2 Quadcopter (120GB)

DJI CINESSD for Inspire 2 Quadcopter (120GB)

B&H # DJI2P1DC120G MFR # CP.BX.000175
DJI CINESSD for Inspire 2 Quadcopter (120GB)

DJI CINESSD for Inspire 2 Quadcopter (120GB)

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Product Highlights

  • Records Footage from Inspire 2
  • Supports 4096 x 2160 Max Resolution
  • NVMe Logical Device Interface
  • Four PCI Express Ports
  • Supports FAT32/exFAT File Format
  • CINESSD Station Required to Export
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Storage Capacity: 120GB

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The 120GB DJI CINESSD allows you to record video from your Inspire 2 . The CINESSD uses an NVMe logical device interface specification, features four PCI Express ports, and supports FAT32/exFAT file formats. Once the CINESSD is installed in your Inspire 2, settings and information can be accessed through the DJI GO 4 application, including resolution and field-of-view options. To export footage from your CINESSD to your computer for editing, you will also need a DJI CINESSD Station (sold separately).

UPC: 190021286887
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DJI CINESSD for Inspire 2 Quadcopter (120GB)
  • Limited 1-Year Warranty
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    • 1Description
    Compatibility DJI Inspire 2
    Size 120 GB
    Maximum Supported Resolutions 4096 x 2160 @ 30 fps
    Write Speeds Not specified by manufacturer
    Supported Codecs CinemaDNG, Apple ProRes
    Supported File Format FAT32/exFAT
    Packaging Info
    Package Weight 0.35 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 6.6 x 5.0 x 1.4"
    CINESSD for Inspire 2 Quadcopter (120GB) is rated 1.0 out of 5 by 1.
    Rated 1 out of 5 by from Overpriced SSD These are stock SSD's which have been turned into proprietary SSDs. There is no reason that they should be so expensive. These replace the previous generation of cards for the X5R cameras which now cost much less. Unfortunately, even after paying a $1,300 license fee, you will need these overpriced cards to get ProRes or RAW out of your X5S.
    Date published: 2017-05-28
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