Toshiba has released waterproof SD cards for recording and storing 8K-video

Toshiba Waterproof SD card
Written by Hassan Abbas

The cards of the UHS-II EXCERIA PRO N502 series have a capacity of up to 256 GB, reading speeds of up to 270 MB / s and recording up to 260 MB/s. Toshiba has presented for the European market a new line of UHS-II EXCERIA PRO N502 SD cards specially designed for use in digital cameras. Memory cards are great for recording videos in 4K and 8K Ultra-HD formats.

Novelties can boast of high-speed indicators. The minimum data transfer rate is 90 MB/s, which corresponds to the Video Speed Class 90 class and is superior to UHS Speed Class 3 and SD Speed Class 10. According to the manufacturer, the speed of reading the UHS-II EXCERIA PRO N502 memory cards reaches 270 MB/s, and the recording speed is 260 MB/s. This is 2.5 times higher than the EXCERIA PRO N401 and 10 times higher than the EXCERIA N301. Users will be able to access card versions with a capacity of 32, 64, 128 and 256 GB. This is up to 2450 photos in RAW format or 220 minutes of video in the 4K format with a frequency of 30 frames per second.

Toshiba Waterproof SD card

In addition to good speed characteristics, the UHS-II EXCERIA PRO N502 SD cards are shockproof and waterproof and also have X-ray protection. They can withstand temperatures from -25ºC to + 85ºC without condensation. In this case, Toshiba gives a five-year warranty when purchasing through an authorized seller.

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Currently, the UHS-II EXCERIA PRO N502 SD cards are available in countries such as the UK, Denmark, Finland, Ireland, Italy, the Netherlands, Norway, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, and Turkey. The cost has not yet been reported.

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Hassan Abbas

Tech enthusiast with too many items on his wish-list and not nearly enough money! Specializing in all things tech, with a slight Apple bent he has been writing for various blogs for the best part of (too many) years

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