Poway, CA—Delkin Devices announced their line of Delkin 2933x XQD memory cards is now shipping to select retailers. Delkin’s XQD cards deliver fast write speeds of up to 400MB/s and are specifically designed for the latest generation of cinematic hosts, including Sony, Nikon and Phase One. Delkin is a manufacturer of flash storage solutions and camera accessories.
Moreover, the cards boast read speeds of 440MB/s. As a result, Delkin Premium XQD cards can capture cinema-quality footage at 180 fps. This includes DCI 4K and Full HD video. They also capture 200 RAW photos in burst mode.
Compared with today’s standard memory cards, XQD cards boast improved performance and allow users to capture significantly more within the same amount of time. Testing in the Nikon D500 has shown that XQD cards take 47% more images (14-bit uncompressed RAW) than the fastest SD cards during a 10-second continuous shooting interval, the company noted. In addition, each of Delkin’s XQD cards is serialized, just like a camera. This allows Delkin to offer enhanced customer support. It also provides customers additional protection and insurance for their purchase.
Along with a lifetime warranty policy, Delkin also offers a unique built-in insurance policy for their XQD memory cards. It’s their 48 Hour, No-Questions-Asked Replacement Guarantee. As a result, Delkin will replace any nonworking Delkin XQD card within 48 hours or less (not including weekends), prior to receiving the nonworking card. Consumers can also replace them over the counter at any authorized Delkin XQD reseller.
Delkin USB 3.1 XQD Adapter
In related news, Delkin also started shipping a USB 3.1 XQD adapter to ensure quick post-shoot backup. The new adapter utilizes a SuperSpeed+ USB 3.1 interface. Therefore, it can offload large files, quickly and efficiently, at speeds up to 10Gbps. That is two times faster than USB 3.0.
“It’s perfect for on-the-go users who want to travel light while handling the high-performance demands of XQD memory cards that are used in the broadcast, cinema and photography industries,” the company stated.