Sony AXS-AR3, Sony AXS-CR1, Sony AXS-R5, Sony AXS-R7, Sony VENICE, Sony VENICE 2
The AXS-A1TS66 AXS Memory (AXSM™) A Series card is an ultra-high speed, high capacity, and high reliability flash memory card. It can record up to 8.6K using the 16-bit X-OCN format, as well as supporting a range of frame rates at lower resolutions, and can handle 4K RAW, 4K ProRes, and High Frame Rate (HFR) 4K recording up to 120fps*.
The AXS-A1TS66 has a capacity of 1 TB and guaranteed write speed of 6.6 Gbps. The card works with the VENICE 2, as well as the AXS-R7 and AXS-R5 recorders, and the AXS-AR3 Memory card reader.
*HFR up to 120 fps in 4K resolution is only supported by VENICE 2 with 6K sensor.
Perfectly suited to the highest quality cinematography, AXS Memory has a unique combination of capacity, sustained data throughput, security, and portability. It opens up completely new ways for end-users to work.
Because the AXS-A1TS66 Memory card is backward compatible, it offers fast, high-capacity recording for a range of Sony cameras, including the VENICE 2 and any camera compatible with the AXS-R7 Memory recorder, such as the VENICE, PMW-F55, and PMW-F5.
Users of the VENICE 2 with 8K sensor will be able to record up to 8.6K 3:2 X-OCN XT 30p and 8.2K 17:9 X-OCN ST 60p. The VENICE 2 with 6K sensor will be capable of recording up to 6K 3:2 X-OCN XT 60p onto the card and 4K recordings at up to 120fps.
The AXS-A1TS66 has a capacity of 1 TB and guaranteed write speed of 6.6 Gbps.
Slim and small card design
With dimensions of 1.38 x 2.95 x 0.31 in, the AXS-A1TS66 has the same height and width dimensions as SxS Memory cards.
The AXS-A1TS66 works with the AXS-R7 Portable Memory Recorder and AXS-R5 2K/4K RAW recorder. The AXS-AR3 Thunderbolt™ memory card reader is its ideal companion, but the card is also compatible with the AXS-CR1 USB 3.0 AXS Memory card reader, with the AXS Memory card adapter, and also AXS-AR1.
The AXS Memory A Series records High Frame Rate (HFR) recordings, with capacity for up to 34 min of 4K 16-bit X-OCN XT recording at 90fps.
¹ Some cards are not compatible with all recording formats and resolutions. Please check here for more details.
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