E-Films MxR Extreme SD/SxS Expresscard Adapter

Part Number: EF-1701

MxR Extreme SD/SxS Expresscard Adapter
  • MxR Extreme SD/SxS Expresscard Adapter
  • MxR Extreme SD/SxS Expresscard Adapter

Price: 

$66.45

Specifications

Form Factor SxS / PCI Express
Accepted Memory Cards SDHC / SDXC

E-Films MxR Extreme Expresscard Adapter - EF-1701

MxR EXTREME Expresscard Adapter is a memory replacement adapter for SxS/PCI Express memory cards. MxR Extreme adapts SDHC / SDXC and UHS memory to replace SxS cards and works in the Sony range of EX cameras: EX1/EX3/EX1R/PMW-350 . Works with all brands and sizes of SDHC / SDXC cards, including the very latest UHS class of media. Downloads from UHS-based memory to a computer using the E-Films MxR Extreme can reach 35+MB/s!

E-Films MXR intercepts the USB activity from the camera and converts that data to write to the SD card. The adapter is able to convert even the highest speed overcranking, so that recording is flawless from 1-60 frames per second.

Specifications:

  • USB2.0 High-Speed Interface
  • Fully complies with SD Specification 2.0 (Backward compatible to SD1.1/1.01/1.0), SDHC card can be supported from 8GB to 32GB.
  • Fully complies with SD Specification 3.0
  • Extended Capacity SD Memory Card (SDXC): More than 32GB and up to 2TB
  • Supports SDXC/UHS-1 including SDR12, SDR25, SDR50, SDR104 speeds. 
  • Operation Voltage: +5.0V - +3.0V (+/-5% wide range power supply)
  • Operating Temperature: 0C -70C
  • Operating Humidity: 20% - 85%

System Requirements:

  • Windows XP/Vista/Win 7
  • Mac 10.X

Camera Firmware Requirements:

  • EX1-v1.2 and above
  • EX3-v1.1 and above
  • EX1R-v1.1 and above
  • PMW-350-v1.15 and above
  • PMW-500 and PMW-F3 and above

Use your MxR Extreme Expresscard Adapter with the MxR Expresscard Host to USB Adapter and transfer your data to any computer through its USB 2.0 port! Also available at TapeOnline.




  • TOL Part #: EF-1701
  • Manufacturer's Part #: EF-1701
  • Model: MxR Extreme SD/SxS Expresscard Adapter
  • Product ID: 4181
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