Canvas React Plus SD Memory Card for 4K/8K Professional Cinema Cameras
Kingston's Canvas React Plus SD card delivers high-performance speeds that are designed to work with industry-standard professional cameras for creatives that shoot 4K/8K videos and high-resolution photos. Designed with the latest UHS-II standards and top-of-the-line U3 and V90 speed classes, the Canvas React Plus SD enables you to shoot sequential burst-mode shots with recording speeds of up to 260MB/s1. Execute your creativity without experiencing slow speeds and dropped frames while maximizing your workflow and efficiency with the included MobileLite Plus UHS-II SD Reader. With transfer speeds of up to 300MB/s1, enhance your post-production process and handle heavy workloads with ease while capturing cinematic quality in high-resolutions.
- Ultimate speeds to support professional camera use
- Capture 4K/8K Ultra-HD high-speed shots without dropping frames
- Optimized file transfer with included UHS-II SD reader
- Top-of-the-line performance for professional photographers & digital filmmakers
Ultimate Speeds to Support Professional Camera Use
With transfer speeds of up to 300MB/s1 and recording speeds of up to 260MB/s1, this card is ideal for professional creators.
Latest UHS-II Standard for Reliable High-resolution Photography and Video Recording
Capture 4K and 8K Ultra-HD high-speed shots and videos without dropping frames.
Optimize File Transfer with Included SD Reader
Expedite your workflow with quick transfers using the included MobileLite Plus SD Reader.
|Model||Canvas React Plus SDXC UHS-II Memory Card|
|Memory Class||Class 10|
|Data Transfer Speeds||Reads: Up to 300MB/s
Writes: Up to 260MB/s
|Video Speed||V90, U3|
|Temperature||Operating: -13 to 185°F (-25 to 85°C)
Storage: -40 to 185°F (-40 to 85°C)
|Dimensions||24 x 32 x 2.1 mm (SD card)
51.8 x 33.5 x 9 mm (reader)
1. Based on internal testing. Performance will vary based on host device. Full performance requires MobileLite Plus SD Reader.
2. Some of the listed capacity on a Flash storage device is used for formatting and other functions and thus is not available for data storage. As such, the actual available capacity for data storage is less than what is listed on the products. For more information, go to Kingston's Flash Memory Guide.