The new generation KineMAG SSD, KineMAG Nano 2TB is exclusively designed for MAVO Edge 8K and MAVO Edge 6K. The KineMAG Nano 2TB is composed of KineMAG Nano Body and an M.2¹ 2280 SSD using NVMe² protocol, with a transfer speed up to 10Gbps, which greatly improves the freedom of high resolution and frame rate encoding while the size of NVMe M.2 SSD is significantly smaller compared to that of the SATA SSD. Two KineMAG Nano 2TB can be inserted into the highly integrated MAVO Edge 8K/6K, which brings advantages, such as backup recording, relay recording, and other possibilities.
Two high-speed ports are fitted into the KineMAG Nano 2TB: a robust camera port that records the footage from MAVO Edge 8K/6K to KineMAG Nano 2TB, and a universal USB-C³ port that offloads and backs up the data to the workstation. The USB-C port supports the USB3.1 Gen2 protocol, which allows the KineMAG Nano 2TB to offload data to the workstation at a cutting-edge speed of 10Gbps without a dedicated SSD reader.
KineMAG Nano 2TB has a built-in NVMe M.2 1TB SSD that is specially optimized, which gives the KineMAG Nano 2TB two superior safety features: Read-only and RAID 5⁴, which improves the safeness and robustness of the KineMAG Nano 2TB while copying or writing to the SSD at a blazing fast speed in the camera, allowing you to create contents without worrying about the safety of the SSD.
The specially optimized NVMe M.2 1TB SSD which was built into the KineMAG Nano 2TB gives the KineMAG Nano 2TB involuntary Read-only feature: the KineMAG Nano 2TB can only be formatted or written in the MAVO Edge 8K/6K. When offloading data through the USB-C port, you can only read the footage in the SSD, but not write to the SSD. The Read-only feature eliminates the risk of accidental deletion or even formatting of the data after the SSD leaves the camera, which greatly improves the safety of the data during the backup or transfer process.
The KineMAG Nano 2TB SSD has a specially built-in optimized NVMe M.2 1TB SSD, which gives the KineMAG Nano 2TB the characteristic of RAID 5. RAID (Redundant Array of Independent Hard Disks), is a disk array formed by combining multiple disks. RAID 5 uses redundantly stored parity information to recover data that may be stored incorrectly. Most mainstream SSD uses NAND Flash, which might cause one or more NAND pages to read incorrectly, thereby destroying the integrity of the data. The RAID feature of the KineMAG Nano 2TB refers to the RAID 5 design principle, as page data is damaged or lost, the remaining data and parity information are used to restore the damaged data, thereby providing a strong guarantee of the safety of the data. The automatically triggered RAID 5 offers powerful storage protection for valuable footage.
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Like other professional camera SSD: The KineMAG Nano 2TB has a high-speed and robust camera port, which connects to the PCIe 3.0 interface in the SSD slot of the MAVO Edge 8K/6K. It supports hot-swapping while withstanding much higher usage times than consumer-grade ports.
Different from other professional camera SSD: the body of KineMAG Nano 2TB has a universal USB-C USB3.1 Gen2 port, which is used for offloading or backing up data to the workstation. There is no need to purchase a dedicated SSD reader, and only via a USB-C cable that supports USB3.1 Gen2, the data can be quickly offloaded to a workstation at a speed up to 10 Gbps. It is blazing fast and unbelievably convenient.
- M.2 interface: A specification for SSD and related connector of computing equipment which replaces the Mini PCI Express and mSATA standards. The M.2 interface SSD used in this product is NVMe/PCIe SSD, not SATA SSD.
- NVMe protocol: Non-volatile memory host controller interface specification, which is a logical device interface specification. It is a bus transfer protocol specification based on the logical interface of the device, used to access non-volatile memory media attached via the PCI Express bus. NVMe is also known as PCIe NVMe Gen3.
- USB-C port: Formally known as USB Type-C, it is a universal serial bus hardware interface form. The most significant feature of USB-C is that the upper and lower ends of its plug are completely consistent, so there is no front or back for the port. The USB-C port used in this product supports the USB3.1 Gen2 protocol with a transfer speed of up to 10Gbps.
- RAID 5: RAID (Redundant Array of Independent Hard Disks), is a disk array formed by combining multiple disks. RAID 5 uses redundantly stored parity information to recover data that may be stored incorrectly.