Today Delkin Devices released the new 2TB CFexpress Type B card. It’s also the highest-capacity CFexpress Type B card to date at 2TB.
The Delkin’s CFexpress™ memory cards boast recording speeds surpassing 1430MB/s for stills and video capture, including 8K, 6K & 4K at high frame rates and bitrates. They also support RAW continuous-burst shooting without delay.
The Canon C500 Mark II & 1D X Mark III, Nikon (Z6 & Z7), and Panasonic (Lumix DC-S1 & S1R). Testing is currently ongoing in the Canon C300 Mark III & R5, as well as the Nikon D6. Data-intensive capture modes, such as Raw video, would require memory cards like CFexpress™ in order to guarantee continuous recording and safe storage. It is important to note though that CFexpress™ cards are not backward compatible with either CompactFlash or CFast 2.0 hosts.
Delkin Devices has a lifetime warranty on most of their cards and I have had to use it with a V90 SD Card that had a broken contact divider. They responded very quickly.
All the CFexpres cards are serialized and backed by Delkin’s lifetime warranty as well as a “48-Hour Replacement Guarantee” policy. Delkin is the only company to offer this type of guarantee. They will replace any non-working CFexpress™ card within 48 hours or less (not including weekends), prior to receiving the non-working card. Cards can also be replaced over-the-counter at any authorized Delkin CFexpress™ reseller.
Pricing or availability has not been released yet. The 1TB model has a list price of $889.99.
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