1080p30 is impossible with the card - but it seems to achieve a constant write speed of around 90 MB/s - so it´s a bit safer to record 1080p25 compared to the 128 GB version.
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Quote from: jojo on July 04, 2013, 11:44:57 AMWhat build?
30 fps 1920x1080! Proof!
Quote from: noisyboy on June 24, 2013, 08:25:29 PMI was one of the very first to have a 5D2 and suffered from the line skipping.
The raw image captured isn't of the full sensor dude. There is line skipping/pixel binning that occurs to get the image you have on your card in the same way that the h.264 data is captured. Each frame isn't like what you would get with a still image if you see what I mean? Sorry if I misunderstand you
Quote from: Danne on June 24, 2013, 06:48:44 AMVisit someone with a PC and a decent card reader.
how does it even work? Do I add the .exe file to the card? I,m on a mac. My card works fine but maybe I could squeeze a few more mb in
Quote from: mkrjf on June 23, 2013, 08:10:26 PMYeah, but I liked the first version even more!
Sorry I did not preview last post for spellcheck errors;)
"If komputerbay cards are lexar rejects"