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Lexar’s new CFast 2.0 cards boast SSD speeds, but no cameras support them yet

07
Jan
2014

Lexar has just announced new CompactFlash cards using the CFast 2.0 SATA tech format to greatly improve speeds and maybe steal back some thunder from SDHC. The cards, ranging in size from 32GB to 256GB, support a mind-boggling max write speed of 500MB/s, bettering earlier models from SanDisk. Thats easily enough to keep up with even RAW 4K images, let alone the 65MB/s barrier required for the VPG-65 performance guarantee standard.

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