The 650GB Atlas Ultra CFexpress Type B Memory Card from OWC / Other World Computing features a storage capacity of 650GB and takes advantage of the PCIe bus to support high-bitrate raw video up to 8K, high-resolution raw and JPEG images, and continuous shutter bursts. Designed for pro filmmakers, extreme action photographers, and more, this card features maximum sequential read speeds of 1700 MB/s, maximum sequential write speeds of 1500 MB/s, and minimum sustained write speeds of 1300 MB/s.
To help facilitate card usage in almost any environment, as well as keeping your content safe, OWC built the Atlas Ultra with a rugged design that can withstand impacts, bends, shocks, ESD, UV rays, X-rays, as well as temperatures ranging from -13 to 185°F. To ensure this card may be used with a wide range of devices, OWC built it with support for CFexpress 2.0 and 1.0 standards.
Professional filmmakers can capture amazingly life-like 8K raw video in slow motion with cinema cameras like the Nikon Z9, Canon R5C, and RED V-Raptor. As a testament to its quality, the Atlas Ultra CFexpress is one of only several media cards that meets RED Digital Cinema's stringent test standards and has been officially approved for use with their RED V-Raptor Cinema camera.
Write speeds up to 1500 MB/s and read speeds up to 1700 MB/s for the most advanced uses cases including fast burst raw image sequences and high bitrate video recording up to 8K.
Fully compatible with a wide variety of DSLR and mirrorless cameras.
Impact, bend, shock, ESD, UV ray, and X-ray resistant.
Delivers minimum sustained write speeds of 1300 MB/s.
Fully meets CFexpress Type B 1.0 and 2.0 specifications.
- Advanced action sports photographers
- Advanced outdoor/wildlife photographers
- Professional video content creators
- Film production companies
- Feature film studios
- Capturing a snowboarder doing an aerial trick
- Capturing a loon landing on a lake
- Branded, huge following influencers needing to create enhanced, professional-looking
- content for their channels
- Capturing highest quality footage for a blockbuster movie