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    Sony SBAC-US30 vs Sony SBAC-US20 SxS Card Readers?
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    Hi guys,

    I need another SxS card reader, and I'm trying to suss out the difference between the current Sony SBAC-US30 and the previous generation Sony SBAC-US20.

    As far as I can tell, they look the same, and appear to have the same specs (both support USB3 and can do 800Mbps). Does anyone know what the actual difference between them is?

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    And what's up with the rumors of an USB-C version of the SBAC? But right now, the main diff seems to be that you can't buy a new SBAC-20 anymore.


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    Doesn't the 30 have quicker read time with the newer cards.. I have both and believe thats the difference it can read the pro plus cards quicker.. there is a USB C due very soon.. being released with new faster SxS cards .. primarily it seems for the faster frame rates for the Venice ..


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    XAVC-I codec is topped @ 480/Mbps, so Venice can't really write to SxS faster than others, needs an AXS-R7 recorder.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Tom Roper View Post
    XAVC-I codec is topped @ 480/Mbps, so Venice can't really write to SxS faster than others, needs an AXS-R7 recorder.
    Your right I re read the article .. its more to get much faster down load speeds .. I,ll buy it just to get the USB C plug..


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