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    Speaking of all of this, are there any SSD drives with a CFAST 2.0 adapter that works with Komodo? Increasing the recording time for continous recording.
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    My cards are VERY hot. Sandisk 128 cards from my c200 give me a "media temperature hot" warning when ejecting. No warnings on the angel bird 512 cards though
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cliff Mello View Post
    Is there a video of it actually working? This passive CFast 2.0 can't overheat, right?
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    Ruining takes or not being able to write one thing, being not able to format another. Maybe it was extreamly hot after the reader and not the camera. Sometimes they get extremely hot if they are off the shelf like with different adapters. Never seen cf fast doing that but they all were fairly expensive.
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    Is there a quiet mode on the camera? If recording long takes in quiet mode, then that might overheat the cards.
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    Quote Originally Posted by yann LHENORET View Post
    Is there a video of it actually working? This passive CFast 2.0 can't overheat, right?
    Yea, I believe you are correct. They State its passive and wont overheat. I ordered one.
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    Angelbird AV PRO CFexpress Cards Released – Up To 2TB Capacity and Sustained Write Speed of 1GB/s


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    Will these cards work with the Komodo?!?

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    Angelbird AV PRO CFexpress Cards Released Up To 2TB Capacity and Sustained Write Speed of 1GB/s


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    https://www.cined.com/angelbird-av-p...peed-of-1gb-s/


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    https://www.angelbird.com/category/c...20-type-b-238/









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    Quote Originally Posted by JasonShelton777 View Post
    Will these cards work with the Komodo?!?
    Nope. Mechanically and electronically incompatible, and they use different protocols (SATA vs NVMe).
    SATA III write speed is enough for today's RED cameras anyway.
    What bothers me the most (actually since Komodo's announcement) is that the price point for Cfast 2.0 cards is still relatively high compared to other SATA III storage media. And why does an Angelbird Cfast 2.0 card cost more than one of their new CFexpress card with the same capacity?! Crazy price policy, really. Hoping for a price drop on Cfast 2.0...

    Anyway, thanks for posting the announcement, Rand.
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