Netac’s new CF2000 CFexpress cards offer up to 1750 MB/s speeds

Netac CF2000 memory cards: NVMe SSD performance for professional photo and video cameras

Today, you can have a small NVMe SSD even inside your camera, as memory cards have adopted this technology, evolving CompactFlash cards into a new CFexpress standard. Memory cards of this type has now been released by Netac, which offers not only memory cards but also standard SSDs which positions the company well to combine the two technologies into a memory card for demanding professional photography or video capture.

Netac has recently released new CF2000 series memory cards that use CFexpress technology, more precisely CFexpress 2.0. This means that for data transfers and connections, the PCI Express 3.0 standard is used. The card uses the NVMe 1.4 protocol and is manufactured in the mid-size Type B design that uses two lanes (PCI Express 3.0 ×2) interface. This Type B design is usable, for example, in DSLR (or mirrorless) cameras.

The Netac CF2000 cards are designed particularly for content creators – vloggers, photographers, videographers and various creative activities involving shooting high-quality video.

Netac CF2000

With PCIe 3.0 ×2, these cards achieve transfer speeds of up to 1750 MB/s during reads. For writing, which will be important if you’re recording video, the card is capable of speeds up to 1650 MB/s (on the 1TB model). This performance is enough to handle high-end 8K (7680 × 4320 pixels) resolution video capture even in RAW format without the risk of dropped frames and similar issues caused by insufficient camera storage performance.

The card is available in 256GB, 512GB and 1TB capacities and uses 3D NAND with advanced ECC methods for data protection and performance. The product comes with a five-year warranty and undergoes rigorous tests to ensure durability and reliability.

Netac has been selling these cards since mid-November, and they’re available for example on Amazon.

English translation and edit by Jozef Dudáš

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