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Panasonic 64GB SDXC Card Hits Oz

By Mendelson Tiu | Wednesday | 27/01/2010

Panasonic announced that its new line of SDXC Memory Cards will be available in Australia next month. Unveiled at CES a couple of weeks ago, this new memory card can store up to 64GB of data and will sell for $1399.

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SDXC is the next generation SD Memory Card, a new standard for storing data more than 32GB and up to 2 terabytes. The Panasonic 64GB SDXC Memory Card makes it ideal for recording AVCHD High Definition video, and high-resolution or even RAW still photos.

The Panasonic SDXC Memory Cards come with the Class 10 speed specification and maximum data transfer speed of up to 22MB/s.

When used with Panasonic's newly-released camcorders, such as the Panasonic HDC-SD60, the 64-GB SDXC Memory Card can record up to 8 hours and 30 minutes of video, while recording in the highest video quality in HA mode.  Or when recording in 1920 x 1080i in HE mode, the SDXC Memory Card can hold approximately 27 hours and 30 minutes of video. The 48GB SDXC Memory Card will have nearly the same capacity as a dual-layer Blu-ray Disc, and can hold 6 hours and 20 minutes of HD video content recorded in HA mode and 20 hours and 20 minutes when recorded in HE mode.

Panasonic's newly-released 2010 Camcorder and LUMIX compact digital still camera range are compatible with the SDXC format.  These new SD cards are the perfect solution for a Full HD camcorder; or a digital still camera, for high-speed burst shooting when taking still photos.

The 64GB and 48GB SDXC Memory Cards also come with a Super Intelligent Controller that refreshes the flash memory to prevent. The new SDXC Memory Cards also include technology designed to minimise accidental corruption caused by a power interruption, such as the device being dropped, or the Memory Card being removed while data is being transferred.  Panasonic's SDXC Memory Card robustness is reliable even under severe temperature conditions from -25°C to 85°C.  

Panasonic has also announced the expansion of its Class 4 SILVER series of SD cards, with
new 32-GB and 24-GB SDHC cards available in Australia from February 2010. The new SILVER series models also feature an Intelligent Controller and data transfer speeds up to 20MB/s, with retail prices of $299 (RP-SDP32G) and $219 (RP-SDP24G).  

SDXC Memory Cards:
RP-SDW64G (64GB) - $1399 (Available February, 2010)
RP-SDW48G (48GB) - $1049 (Available February, 2010)
Class 4 SILVER SD Memory Cards:
RP-SDP32G (32GB) - $299 (Available February, 2010)
RP-SDP24G (24GB) - $219 (Available February, 2010)

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