Author Topic: Komputerbay 128GB 1000x - Good enough for continues 1080p 24fbs+Audio?  (Read 5091 times)

DavidSh

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Hi guys,
After a lot of reading and a lot of opinions, I looking for a straight answer from experience...

For production use...
Can i count on komputerbay for continues 1080p 24fbs+Audio?

I use:
5d3 1.2.3 ML

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David
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nigel

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The 64gb versions are more consistent with speed. But I'm not dismissing the 128 gb entirely. 24 fps is possible. Think about the offloading too.

DavidSh

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The 64gb versions are more consistent with speed. But I'm not dismissing the 128 gb entirely. 24 fps is possible. Think about the offloading too.
Thanks nigel,

Can you tell me the number of minutes i have with 1080p 24fps+audio on 64gb?
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MGerard

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Komputerbay 128GB 1000x - Good enough for continues 1080p 24fbs+Audio?
« Reply #3 on: April 22, 2014, 02:14:23 PM »

Can you tell me the number of minutes i have with 1080p 24fps+audio on 64gb?

You should get something between 10-12 minutes with these settings.

I had a number of Komputerbay 1000x / 1066x 128 GB cards here to test but none of them was remotely capable of continuous 1080 24p recording.

DavidSh

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You should get something between 10-12 minutes with these settings.

I had a number of Komputerbay 1000x / 1066x 128 GB cards here to test but none of them was remotely capable of continuous 1080 24p recording.
Thanks MGerard,
So Is there other brand 128 Gb size that can handle 1080 24p?
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nigel

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if im not mistaken Lexar ones can handle continuous, but they are way to expensive.

Hoodman too..

MGerard

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Thanks MGerard,
So Is there other brand 128 Gb size that can handle 1080 24p?
I am using SanDisk Extreme Pro 160MB/sec. Those are extremely reliable up to 1080 25p but they aren't cheap either. At some point, you get what you pay for.

DavidSh

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Thank you nigel and MGerard for fast and direct answer.

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David
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