With image and video quality improvements bringing about larger file sizes, it’s no surprise to hear that SanDisk, Sony, and Nikon are proposing a new memory card format that ditches the PATA interface in favor of the PCI Express serial interface, allowing cards to achieve data transfer rates of up to 500MB/s and allowing the maximum storage capacity to go beyond 2TB. This would go a long way to support DSLRs and camcorders which are updated to capture continuous burst shooting of massive RAW images and high-definition video. The specifications combine high-speed data transfer with low power consumption via a power scaling system designed to extend battery life.
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