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RED DIGITAL CINEMA 512GB RED PRO CFast 2.0 Memory Card (2-Pack)

BH #REPCF512G2PK • MFR #750-0095
RED DIGITAL CINEMA 512GB RED PRO CFast 2.0 Memory Card (2-Pack)
Key Features
  • 512GB Storage Capacity per Card
  • For RED KOMODO 6K and ST Cameras
  • Durable Build
  • X-Ray and Magnet Proof
The 512GB RED PRO CFAST 2.0 Memory Card (2-Pack) from RED DIGITAL CINEMA provides reliable recording for the KOMODO 6K and KOMOD ST digital cinema cameras. These CFast 2.0 cards feature data rates up to 280 MB/s and a durable build that is both X-ray and magnet proof. Each card is resistant to extreme temperatures, humidity, shock, and vibration.
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RED DIGITAL CINEMA 512GB CFast 2.0 Overview

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The 512GB RED PRO CFAST 2.0 Memory Card (2-Pack) from RED DIGITAL CINEMA provides reliable recording for the KOMODO 6K and KOMOD ST digital cinema cameras. These CFast 2.0 cards feature data rates up to 280 MB/s and a durable build that is both X-ray and magnet proof. Each card is resistant to extreme temperatures, humidity, shock, and vibration.

UPC: 810016941637

RED DIGITAL CINEMA 512GB CFast 2.0 Specs

Quantity
2
Card Type
CFast 2.0
Storage Capacity
512 GB
Speed (X-rating)
3500x
Operating Temperature
32 to 158°F / 0 to 70°C
Storage Temperature
-40 to 185°F / -40 to 85°C
Packaging Info
Package Weight
0.3 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)
7 x 7 x 6.5"

RED DIGITAL CINEMA 512GB CFast 2.0 Reviews

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Description says for Red Komodo 6K & ST Cameras.. ...

Description says for Red Komodo 6K & ST Cameras.. will this work for any camera, not just RED Komodo? And what is ST Camera?
Asked by: Ryan
That is referring to the KOMOD ST digital cinema camera. Yes, this can work with other cameras that accept CFast 2.0 cards.
Answered by: Joseph
Date published: 2021-02-23

This Cfast works well with the Canon C200?

This Cfast works well with the Canon C200?
Asked by: Vicente
This card has not been listed as compatible by Canon or leading independent agencies.
Answered by: Dennis A
Date published: 2020-11-19

Is the choice between this card and the ...

Is the choice between this card and the equally-priced, Red-approved AV PRO or Exascend really so simple as to be settled by the fact that one has a top speed of 280 MB/s while the others sit at around ~500?
Asked by: Jay
The RED CFast card has special firmware that is customized for the RED DSMC3 camera bodies to provide additional reliability when recording. Other than the firmware it is essentially the same CFast as the Anglebird AV Pro. In fact, if you look at the back of the card you will see that RED partnered with Angelbird to develop the CFast card (you can find more info on that here https://bit.ly/3mYojjn). If you plan to use CFast card for one of the RED DSMC3 camera bodies then the RED branded card offers slightly more reliability than the others cards. If you plan to use the card with other cameras then there is no benefit to choosing the RED branded card.
Answered by: jabarih
Date published: 2022-03-18

Will this work with Blackmagic 6K Pro recording ...

Will this work with Blackmagic 6K Pro recording 6K braw 3:1?
Asked by: Richard
I contacted the manufacturer concerning your inquiry. According to the manufacturer, they stated the following: "When it comes to the Blackmagic Cinima Camera 6K pro, the card can handle almost everything the camera has to offer; however, when it comes to RAW 3:1 50 FPS, that is not possible since the write speed should be 538MB/S and the card cannot handle this transfer speed number. Also, for the Blackmagic RAW Q0 - 242–483 MB/s for 30 FPS but not more that 30. Otherwise, everything should fine for the card to handle."
Answered by: Manzell
Date published: 2021-06-23
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