There is Nikon Announcement Release of a new 660GB CFexpress Type B memory card with read and write speeds of 1700MB / s and 1500MB / s, respectively.
Nikon says the MC-CF660G is a ‘perfect memory card for recording video and stills’ with its new Z9 full-frame mirrorless camera. In particular, Nikon says it is “especially ideal for recording video in the 8.3K / 60p N-RAW format and for video recording for extended periods of time.”
MC-CF660G is Currently listed on B&H for 726.99, Which is about 1.10 / GB. This is slightly higher than the preferred CFexpress Type B cards from SanDisk, Delkin Devices, Lexar, Sony, OWC and others, which are below average $ 1 / GB for cards with similar read and write speeds.
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