CFexpress Type B COBALT minimum capacity 165GB released for 27,000 yen including tax | ProGrade Digital Incorporated press release

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ProGrade Digital Incorporated is a new CFexpress Type B COBALT series with a minimum capacity of 165GB, which is now available on amazon.co.jp. The tax-included price will be 27,000 yen.

Like the well-established 325GB / 650GB, the CFexpress Type B COBALT 1700R 165GB card uses the SLC recording method to provide seamless high-speed write performance from start to finish of memory capacity. Due to this characteristic, it is effective not only for continuous high-speed continuous shooting and quick buffer clearing, but also for high-bit rate video recording such as 8K RAW video. In addition, high-speed performance can be achieved with less power, which can contribute to saving camera power consumption.

Wes Brewer, Founder and CEO, said: “We want the popular COBALT series to have a smaller capacity and more affordable product, which was a voice from many Japanese customers. Today, we can finally meet that request. I’m very happy. “” I want to focus on photos rather than videos, do not record many photos on one card, but record them in small capacities, and maximize the high performance of the camera with a small budget. It is the best product for such photographers. “

To commemorate the release of this product, “CFexpress Type B COBALT 1700R 325GB / 650GB” card, “CFexpress Type A COBALT 800R 160GB” card will be available for 7 days from 7/7 (Thursday) to 7/13 (Wednesday). We will carry out a 15% OFF sale at .co.jp.

■ Prograde Digital Japanese Homepage

https://www.progradedigital.com/japan
■ Pro Grade Digital Amazon Store

https://www.amazon.co.jp/progradedigital
Professional grade digital domestic regular imports can only be purchased at the above sites.

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