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  Standard-Def Video   High-Def Video
Bit-Rate (Mbps)

5

9

30

40

50

18

35

50

100

140

180

220

280

                 

HD I-Frame Only Rates

 

SD Long-GOP

SD I-Frame (IMX)

HD Long-GOP Rates

   
Total Capacity Record Capacity (Minutes)
   16 GB

426

237

68

50

40

112

55

40

20

15

12

9

7

   32 GB

852

474

136

100

80

224

110

80

40

30

24

19

15

   64 GB

1704

948

272

200

160

448

220

160

80

60

48

38

30

   128 GB

3408

1896

544

400

320

896

440

320

160

120

96

77

60

                           
Qualified CF Cards                          
   Delkin 300X 32GB

 

   **Delkin 420X/450x 64GB

 

   **Delkin 625x 32GB                  



   Lexar 300X/400x 32GB

   Lexar 600X 32GB

   Axtremex 600x 128GB

 

   Axtremex 600x Plus 64GB

   Transcend 400X 64GB

 

   Transcend 600X 32GB      









   Sandisk Extreme 32GB

   Sandisk Extreme Pro 64GB

   PhotoFast 533x 64/32GB











 
   PhotoFast Plus 533x 32GB












 Hoodman 675x 32/16/8/4GB  
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 Wise 533x 128/64/32GB  
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
                           
**Delkin 420x/450x/625x cards require nanoFlash firmware 1.6.245 or later.

Qualified Compact Flash Cards

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Nexto Compact Flash Backup Drive



USB, Fire Wire and Express Card Readers


Please back up your videos  -Visit Nexto





Important Information
 
We highly recommend that you purchase your CompactFlash cards in advance,
then format them immediately upon receipt, to ensure that you have working cards for your projects.
 
The use of non-qualified cards places your project at risk, as does using a higher-bit rate than specified.
Please consult with us prior to using any non-qualified card.

All CompactFlash cards must be formatted (initialized) in the nanoFlash or Flash XDR before the first use.
 
When formating CompactFlash cards in the nanoFlash or Flash XDR,
one must remove all cards that are not to be formatted.

Formatting a card is a process that removes all recorded files from the card
and prepares the card for recording new files.
 
After the contents of a CompactFlash card are successfully transferred to one or more computers or other storage devices, it is important to reformat the card or cards in the nanoFlash or Flash XDR.



The following cards may be used, but are not currently recommended.

Transcend Cards are not recommended for use with Mac Leopard Operating System.

Kingston Elite Pro 133x cards may be used if they pass our Format test.
 
Caution: There has been quite a few defective Kingston Elite Pro 133x CompactFlash cards.
These cards will not pass our Format test.


Capacity is in Gigabytes (GB = Gigabyte = 1,000,000 bytes, CF = CompactFlash card)
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