Panasonic MicroP2 Card Adaptor allows SD cards as back up for P2 Cameras

SD form factor cards for Panasonic P2 cameras

Panasonic has announced a new series of memory cards called microP2 card, which have an SD card form factor to further cost-efficiencies in media pricing. The simultaneous introduction of a microP2 Card Adaptor assures that the new series of 64GB and 32GB microP2 cards will operate in current P2 hardware.

 

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The microP2 card will ensure high-speed transfer, high reliability and the writing assurance of all P2 frame rates, formats and codecs, as well as Panasonic’s newest compression platform, up to the AVC-Intra200 mode of AVC-ULTRA, which will be available within 2013. Furthering the versatility of the microP2 card adaptor, its design allows Class 10 or high-quality SD cards (at bit rates only up to 50Mbps) to be used in P2 products in emergency situations.

Panasonic’s P2 solid-state memory cards ensure highly reliable video, audio, and metadata recording, especially in challenging conditions of extreme temperature range, shock, and vibration. P2 cards allow professional users to benefit from a fast, easy, file-based workflow and exceptional reliability.

The microP2 media and microP2 Card Adaptor will be available in spring 2013.

* The microP2 card and microP2 card adaptor will not support all P2 products. To use the microP2 card adaptor, a firmware upgrade of current P2 hardware is required and a fee will be charged.

More Details: Panasonic Press Release

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2 responses

    • hello Clay,

      I am not familiar with your model but from the specs it seems to use SD cards natively as it has an SD slot.

      Not sure why you would need an adaptor?

      Your camera will record in DVCPRO HD so can be edited in Final Cut Pro by connecting the camera direct to the computer.

      Sorry I can’t be of more help.

      Bruce

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