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Nikon MC-CF660G CFexpress Type B Memory Card

BH #NIMCCF660G • MFR #MC-CF660G
Nikon MC-CF660G CFexpress Type B Memory Card
Key Features
  • 660GB Capacity
  • Max. Read Speed: 1700 MB/s
  • Max. Write Speed: 1500 MB/s
Ideal for high-bitrate video recording and fast continuous shooting applications, the Nikon MC-CF660G CFexpress Memory Card is high-speed, versatile memory for cameras compatible with the CFexpress Type B card format. This 660GB card offers a maximum read speed of 1700 MB/s and a maximum write speed of 1500 MB/s, making it suitable for raw video recording, 4K and 8K video applications, high-resolution burst stills shooting, and reliable transferring and offloading of files.
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Nikon 660GB CFexpress Type B Overview

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Ideal for high-bitrate video recording and fast continuous shooting applications, the Nikon MC-CF660G CFexpress Memory Card is high-speed, versatile memory for cameras compatible with the CFexpress Type B card format. This 660GB card offers a maximum read speed of 1700 MB/s and a maximum write speed of 1500 MB/s, making it suitable for raw video recording, 4K and 8K video applications, high-resolution burst stills shooting, and reliable transferring and offloading of files.

UPC: 018208272280

Nikon 660GB CFexpress Type B Specs

Quantity1
Card TypeCFexpress Type B
Storage Capacity660 GB
Bus TypePCI-Express 3.0
Read SpeedMaximum: 1700 MB/s
Write SpeedMaximum: 1500 MB/s
Wireless CapabilityNone
Packaging Info
Package Weight0.12 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)4.6 x 4.5 x 0.6"

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What is the minimum sustained write speed?

What is the minimum sustained write speed?
Asked by: Jayanand
I have a Z9 and had the same question before I ordered this card. I pulled the trigger based on Matt Granger's tests, which showed this card as the rough equal of the Prograde Cobalt. That means that its sustained write speed will be similar. When my card arrives, I will test the buffer size at 20fps raw. I will be careful to ensure that things that affect the buffer (eg. Active D Lighting) are turned off. If I get 80 frames before the buffer fills, that will double confirm the sustained write speed. I will then select high continuous of 12-15 fps in raw and fill the card with a single burst. If the buffer remains unfilled (Thom's testing on other cards showed that it did not fill) then this card is triple confirmed as just as good as the Prograde Cobalt.
Answered by: Jeff
Date published: 2022-07-28
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