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Nikon Will Add CFexpress Support to the D5, D850 and D500 Soon: Report

It's been well over a year since Nikon revealed that the D5, D850, and D500 DSLRs would all be getting CFexpress memory card support "in the future," but users are still waiting for Nikon to reveal exactly when that future will arrive. Fortunately, it seems that wait is almost over.

CFexpress: A Real-World Performance Comparison

The newest, best cameras coming on the market use a new kind of memory card called CFexpress Type B. They’re fast, but they’re new, so users don’t really have an impression of which ones might be better to buy. This review shows tests from the better of the ones available and presents the results so that readers can use the factors most important to them to choose the best card for themselves.

Sony Unveils the a7S III: 16-bit RAW Video, New Menus, and New AF System

The wait is over: after many months of rumors, speculation, and leaks, Sony has officially unveiled the Sony a7S III. The video-focused full-frame camera still uses a 12MP sensor, but it can capture 4K at up to 120p, features a thicker body design with hybrid card slots, and debuts an all-new menu system.

Delkin Unveils the World’s First 2TB CFExpress Memory Card

Delkin announced the latest leap in CFExpress technology today by unveiling the world's first 2TB CFExpress Type B memory card. That's double the capacity of the previous "world's largest" 1TB cards, which were first launched by ProGrade Digital in April of 2018.

Lexar Unveils Ultra-Portable CFExpress Card Reader for Just $50

Being an early adopter of any technology usually comes with a hefty price tag, and CFExpress is no exception. The cards themselves are up to 3x to 6x more expensive than comparable SD cards, and the card readers out there can get pretty pricey on the high end. Enter Lexar.

CFExpress vs XQD: Nikon D6 Buffer Test

If you've been wondering what kind of continuous shooting improvement you can expect from CFExpress over XQD, this video tries to answer that question. Put together by JANG HEE LEE, it shows the difference between shooting with CFExpress and XQD on the brand new Nikon D6 DSLR.

SD’s Response to CFexpress is Pretty Much Dead on Arrival

Though we went into great detail recently into why the SD card isn't going anywhere anytime soon, the format's days are likely still numbered. Positioned as a response to CFexpress, the SD Association published an initiative about a year ago for the next generation SD card called SDexpress (SDx).

Nikon’s Long-Awaited ProRes RAW and CFExpress Updates are Coming This Week

Nikon Rumors is reporting that some much-anticipated firmware updates for the Nikon Z6 and Z7 full-frame mirrorless cameras will finally arrive this week. These include the ability to use CFExpress cards, as well as the paid upgrade that will allow users to shoot ProRes RAW video with an external recorder.

You Can Now Buy Nikon-Branded XQD Cards in the US

Those Nikon-branded XQD cards that first cropped up in Japan back in August of 2018 are finally available in the United States. The timing of the release is odd given the recent arrival of CFExpress cards that use the same form factor, are faster, and have already started to ship.

UPDATED: ProGrade Says Fujifilm ‘Leak’ Was a Typo

Memory card maker ProGrade Digital may have just leaked a tidbit about Fujifilm's future cameras. In a statement that ostensibly goes out to every customer who pre-orders a CFExpress memory card, the company mentions Fuji by name, despite the fact that no Fuji camera uses this kind of card slot.