When you are shooting at larger resolution with larger sensors then you tend to rack up quite a lot of space for the video files that it creates, so you are going to need some more storage for doing that.

Today ADATA revealed their latest solutions to these problems, the new Premier One SD and microSD cards.

The first of these is the Premier One, which are a new set of cards that are based on the 3D MLC NAND flash memory, which promises to provide high performance at a lower price tag.

There will be a USH-II version that provides up to 256GB of storage and a UHS-1 version that provides up to 128GB of storage.

The UHS-II version will also comply with the Video Speed Class V90 class, which has been built to guarantee a minimum of 90 MB/s write speeds for filming 360-degree video and UHD video.

This UHS-II version can provide up to 260 MB/s write speeds in the SD card format, up to 275 MB/s read speeds and 155 MB/s write speeds in the microSD card format.

The UHS-1 Class card provides up to 85 MB/s read and 25 MB/s write speeds with a minimum 10 MB/s write speed.

To top all of that off, ADATA built ECC support into the new cards, which is used to provide additional data security.

They also have a rugged design that is both waterproof and dustproof, while the UHS-II has also been designed for wider temperature extremes from, -25 degrees to 85 degrees Celsius.

They didn’t reveal pricing just yet for the cards, but they did state that they will be available in 16GB, 32GB, 64GB, and 128GB for the UHS-I versions and 64GB, 128GB, and 256GB for the UHS-II versions.

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