Sandisk CFast 2.0 Rental
Designed in parallel with Arri for the AMIRA.
Manned Camera offer extra Sandisk CFast 2.0 rental cards alongside our AMIRA.
The AMIRA captures directly to high-performance CFast 2.0 cards. These new cards have been designed specifically for the demands of professionals in the broadcast, cinema, and photography industries. With up to 350 MB/s write speed they can store 2K footage at up to 200 frames per second.
ARRI is an active member of the CompactFlash Association. Starting with the development of the CFast 2.0 specification, they have been in close cooperation with SanDisk. Our Sandisk CFast 2.0 rental cards are the first to be supported in the ARRI AMIRA camera.
SanDisk CFast 2 memory cards offers more than twice the shot speed of today’s fastest memory cards. As the world’s first CFast 2.0 memory card, it delivers the speed and capacity professionals need for Full HD recording specifications, including high-definition 4K video recording.
Next level write speeds help you keep up with the new generation of professional cameras and camcorders. Data transfer speeds of up to 450MB/s make your post-production workflow more efficient. The Sandisk CFast 2 card is available in capacities of up to 120GB, giving you plenty of room for large RAW image files and the high-quality video that broadcast and cinema demands.
Manned camera only offer the 120GB capacity Sandisk CFast 2 rental. This is because it is fully capable of recording the AMIRA’s Prores 4444 codec at 200 fps. Please note that whilst smaller capacity cards are compatible with the AMIRA, they are not suitable for 200fps 444 recording due to a lower write speed.
- World’s first CFast 2.0 memory card
- More than twice the write speed of today’s fastest cards
- Designed in parallel with leading-edge camera manufacturers
- Meets the demands of broadcast, cinema, and photography
- Unprecedented transfer speeds of up to 450MB/s
Note: our Sandisk CFast 2.0 rental cards have the same dimensions as the slower Compact Flash (CF) cards, but are incompatible due to a new connector and a different memory architecture.