Gigastone recently announced its MFi-certified PhotoFast 4K Video Capture and Storage Kit is now available exclusively through Apple's online storefront and at select Apple retail locations in the United States.
The kit includes a Lightning to microSD card reader, 64GB microSD card with U3 speeds, SD card adapter, and keychain leash, ideal for capturing 4K video and high-resolution images from an action camera or drone and saving or viewing the content immediately after on an iPhone or iPad.
The kit requires using an app, namely the PhotoFast LIFE app, available for free on the App Store [Direct Link], as is always the case with external storage accessories. If needed, the MicroSD-to-SD adapter connects the reader to SD card slots on most MacBook Pro models for transferring 4K videos and photos to the desktop.
Gigastone's PhotoFast 4K Video Capture and Storage Kit is $79.95 on Apple's website.
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Theres probably a book called 'iOS for dummies'. They should just rename it 'iOS IS for dummies'
They need to figure out a way to offload photos/video FROM iPhone to these cards to make them professional-ready if people want to ever seriously consider using iPhones vs dedicated cameras for professional/semi-professional use on a regular basis. Yes, good tools and readily available. Yes, can do great things with the camera. Yes, can get great footage, but the recording limits are terrible with built-in storage only.
* flash durability
* handling ejection
* performance issues (flash isn't all Class 10/UHS 1)
* handling failure
* encrypting and securing it
You might argue that Apple doesn't have to encrypt it, or guarantee that it's fast enough, or whatever. You'd be wrong. Apple has an implicit guarantee that the stock phone, as-is, will work well enough.
If I was going to wish for something, I'd wish for a multi-million powerball win, because it's more likely than Apple reducing the implicit performance guarantees embedded in their design.