ProGrade Digital 650GB CFexpress 2.0 Cobalt Memory Card

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ProGrade Digital 650GB CFexpress 2.0 Cobalt Memory Card
Key Features
  • 650GB Storage Capacity
  • NVMe PCIe 3.0 x4 Bus
  • Max Read Speed: 1700 MB/s
  • Max Write Speed: 1500 MB/s
Designed for capturing raw 8K, 6K, and 4K video, the 650GB CFexpress 2.0 Cobalt Memory Card from ProGrade Digital provides read speeds of up to 1700 MB/s, which helps to quickly offload content to your computer, and write speeds of up to 1500 MB/s. Additionally, the Cobalt's minimum write speed is guaranteed not to drop below 1400 MB/s. In addition to raw video, this card can also capture 8K, 6K, and 4K ProRes 4444 video, PreRes 422 HQ video, and more. This card is resistant to temperature extremes, shock, vibration, and X-rays, and is also backward compatible with select XQD cameras that adopt firmware to enable CFexpress. These cards take advantage of an NVMe host controller interface and backward compatibility with CFexpress 1.0.
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Capacity
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650GB
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ProGrade Digital 650GB CFexpress Type B Overview

Designed for capturing raw 8K, 6K, and 4K video, the 650GB CFexpress 2.0 Cobalt Memory Card from ProGrade Digital provides read speeds of up to 1700 MB/s, which helps to quickly offload content to your computer, and write speeds of up to 1500 MB/s. Additionally, the Cobalt's minimum write speed is guaranteed not to drop below 1400 MB/s. In addition to raw video, this card can also capture 8K, 6K, and 4K ProRes 4444 video, PreRes 422 HQ video, and more. This card is resistant to temperature extremes, shock, vibration, and X-rays, and is also backward compatible with select XQD cameras that adopt firmware to enable CFexpress. These cards take advantage of an NVMe host controller interface and backward compatibility with CFexpress 1.0.

General Features

Fully compliant with CompactFlash Association CFexpress Type B 1.0 and 2.0 specifications
XQD host interoperable with firmware support from device manufacturer
Metal enclosure/encasement to endure high temperatures while providing better thermal conductivity
Built-in thermal throttling to protect your card and its content in the event of overheating
Designed to provide improved performance for flagship cinema, video, and photography cameras
Optimized controllers specifically designed for use in professional-grade cameras
Rigorous full card testing with serialized tracking of key components and manufacturing data for high quality control
Component-level testing down to individual memory chips for greater reliability
Refresh Pro enabled to quickly refresh card performance and monitor card health
UPC: 850009524775

ProGrade Digital 650GB CFexpress Type B Specs

Quantity1
Card TypeCFexpress Type B
Storage Capacity650 GB
Bus TypePCI-Express 3.0
Read SpeedMaximum: 1700 MB/s
Write SpeedMaximum: 1500 MB/s
Minimum: 1400 MB/s
DurabilityShockproof, Temperature Extremes, X-Ray Proof
Operating Temperature14 to 158°F / -10 to 70°C
Storage Temperature-4 to 185°F / -20 to 85°C
Error CorrectionYes
Wireless CapabilityNone
Packaging Info
Package Weight0.035 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)2.15 x 1.85 x 0.4"
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I just checked the box for you. It's the Gen 1 card. We'll fix that description shortly. Thank you for pointing it out.
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Hi KN, We presented your question to our engineers. Below is there response. "The answer to that question depends on the following: 1- The camera buffer/DRAM size. How big is the buffer size? 2- The setting of the camera, specifically frames per second. How fast are you filling the buffer? 3- The photo compression which drives the size of each photo. How big the size of each photo is? 4- How fast the camera is clearing the buffer into flash media (How big is the pipe of the camera, i.e. does it use one lane vs. 2 lanes of PCIe) 5- The write speed of the card. How fast the card can clear the cache? If there is no bottlenecks, one could take photos continuously without filling the buffer (i.e. Canon 1DX Mark III) until the card is full. Hope this answers your question." Regards, JB (ProGrade Digital)
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