P2 cards in ExpressCard laptops useof rudi - 5 oct 2007 15:29:00 With our test of the new XDCAM EX1 of Sonykam synonymous though the question of how actually the new SxS format to Panasonics P2 suggests. Above all, a weighty argument of Sony's marketing department is often heard: PCMCIA / CardBus (on the P2 cards are based) is an obsolete standard, found in newer laptops no longer takes place. Because there is usually only an Express Card slot. 1:0 for Sonykönnte you think. But now comes one of Addonics Cardbus to ExpressCard slot adapter, which officially synonymous with P2 card work. And who can afford to P2 will s.price (about 70 U.S. Dollar) hardly interfere with the adapter. This is synonymous to P2 older boxes, SxS only on current laptops. 1:2 for Panasonic, one could say ... We want s.liebsten yet a universal SD / Compact Flash solution or equal to the storage on USB sticks. Then there are such problems do not. Only the camcorder-Manufacturer mercy is there time? Maybe around Canon, which in this area is still really what could move. The XH-A1 with Compact Flash or USB Host port and FullHD record with 35 Mbit as m2ts files would be something, right? It's now just a bit too far for any news on a Express Card adapter.
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Antwort von FireMan:
I'm exactly the same opinion! Have a few months ago a mail s.die Development Department of SANDISK written that it should be possible to simply a FireWire CF Card Adapter rauszubringen you s.die Camera stöpselt and thus parallel to the tape recording. You will think it was in the answer! I think this might be a good synonymous hardware designers create synonymous here.
Antwort von Holger_1:
A similar adapter is longer: http://www.pcmcia-adapter.de/32963.html
Antwort von Legeo:
Unfortunately, this part do not seem to be for the Mac, So where is that missing PCMCI slots s.dringensten would be needed ...