P2 card


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P2 card

(Professional Plug-In card) A flash memory storage card for camcorders introduced by Panasonic in 2004. Housed in a Type II PC Card module, P2 cards are used to store DV, DVCPRO, AVC-Intra and AVC-Ultra video on Panasonic tapeless camcorders. See DV, DVCPRO and AVC-Intra.
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Ingest training is as simple as 'put the P2 card into the reader and when the green light goes on, you're good to go.'" In addition, from a media management perspective, all files are automatically named, logged, converted, and saved for future use.
Content is transferred from a P2 card to the solid-state drive at four times real time when recording in AVC-lntra 100 or DVCPRO HD.
Blue Laser is cheap to make and currently holds more data than P2 cards. Few would argue with the statement that P2 is definitely the better option and invariably represents the future of digital media, but that's a statement based solely on the technology's worth divorced from the economics of production.
Rounding out the camera complement will be the new Panasonic HPX 250 which records to P2 cards and shoots in true 4:2:2 color space.
It can transfer data from up to five P2 cards simultaneously, making content immediately available to nonlinear editing systems and servers.