DPReview has a good overview of mobile SSDs here:
Gear of The Year Michael Reichmann’s Choices 2015 was not a banner year in terms of photographic equipment. In the area of pro and enthusiast level cameras Nikon decided to sit this year out. Maybe they’ve just been resting. Canon gave us the 5 DS/R but it arrived to a lukewarm reception by photographers, to [Read More]
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Amazon has some crazy deals going today. If you need some new photo gear check it out.
Sony has announced the a7R II, a 42.4MP mirrorless camera with an image stabilized full-frame BSI CMOS sensor. Unlike its predecessor, the camera includes on-sensor phase detection elements for faster autofocus, which continues to work with other brands' lenses. The camera also has a revised shutter mechanism, rated to 500,000 actuations but also promising less vibration than the one on its predecessor. The sensor is by far the largest backside illuminated CMOS chip to be released, allowing the maximum expanded ISO to rise two stops to 102,400. The camera will cost around $3,200.
The folks over at LinusTechTips do some real stress testing of SD cards and present their results.
When you're in the field you need a fast reliable drive to offload images and video. This new drive from Lacie looks great. It's a 4TB bus powered rugged raid drive for $450. I just wish it was an SSD.