So, Kingston despatched us two merchandise from their latest lineup of SD cards which was announced a while ago. We now have the 512GB Kingston Canvas Go! Plus SD card (which is the biggest capability provided) and likewise the MobileLite Plus SD card reader.
Relating to SD playing cards, critiques are… fairly easy. We are able to simply take the cardboard, slot it into the PC and run Crystal Disk Mark benchmark, then present you the outcomes and that’s it. As a result of there’s actually nothing a lot to it – however the benchmark scores are very unrelatable at instances.
So we considered doing one thing utterly totally different – we recorded two movies on that Kingston Canvas Go! Plus SD card after which plug it into the MobileLite Plus card reader and edit it straight off of it.
General modifying expertise
I simply must say – it’s higher than anticipated. I imply – consider it this manner, we’re modifying a complete video on the SD card itself by way of the MobileLite Plus card reader. It really works, and it really works unexpectedly properly – to the purpose the place it felt like I’m modifying off an SSD.
Yeah, it would sound like an enormous hole between an SSD and an SD card – however I’m shocked that the Kingston Canvas Go! Plus SD card is nice sufficient for Premiere Professional work. Our 1080p 60fps footages off of the Sony A7s might be edited easily straight on the SD card itself.
There are occasional body price drops however severely – I can’t inform if it’s a difficulty with Premiere Professional or a tiny little hiccup by way of our setup.
Both method, it really works method higher than what I anticipated initially.
For the value of RM659 (~USD179.99), it’s an SD card that may save about 40 hours of footage in whole with our Sony A7s. In fact, 512GB is overkill for many individuals – which is why the Kingston Canvas Go! SD playing cards begin from 64GB in capability.
It’s additionally accessible in microSD variations too, so we are able to plug it into telephones and Go Professionals and whatnot.
That MobileLite Plus SD card reader
This SD card reader… is one thing that I don’t notably like. It’s too large for its dimension and it solely helps full-sized SD card. And due to its dimension, it would most definitely block your different ports when plugged onto a desktop or laptop computer.
Nevertheless, this thick MobileLite Plus SD card reader does present quite a lot of safety to the SD card itself whereas plugged in. I feel that’s a redeeming level for this card reader.
The place to purchase?
- The Kingston Canvas Go! Plus SD card
- The MobileLite Plus SD card reader
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