DJI Inspire 2 CINESSD 480 GB
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- Product Code: CINESSD 480 GB
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DJI Inspire 2 CINESSD 480 GB
Inspire 2 CINESSD (120 GB )
4K 30fps CinemaDNG and Apple ProRes Support. 18 minutes recording time using Apple ProRes 422 HQ 4K 30fps.
Inspire 2 CINESSD (240 GB )
5.2K 30fps & 4K 60fps CinemaDNG and Apple ProRes Support. Up to 8 minutes recording time using Cinema DNG 5.2K 30fps.
Inspire 2 CINESSD (480 GB )
5.2K 30fps & 4K 60fps CinemaDNG and Apple ProRes Support
If you are after recording at 6k 30 FPS CinemaDNG you must have a 480 GB CINESSD as the 240 GB and 120 GB do not support that high resolution.
DJI Inspire 2 CINESSD
DJI CINESSD uses an NVMe logical device interface specification, features four PCI Express ports and supports FAT32/exFAT file formats. It comes in 120GB，240GB and 480GB. When using a 240GB or 480GB CINESSD, the Inspire 2 can record videos at write speeds of up to 4.2Gbps, providing enough data to meet demanding filmmaking needs.
MicroSD Card, CinemaDNG and Apple ProRes
Micro SD Card supports:
H.264/AVC BP/MP/HP Level 5.1: 4K 60 fps, 100 Mbps
H.265 MP Level 5.1: 4K 30 fps, 100 Mbps
JPEG/DNG/JPEG+DNG 10 fps in burst 24 MP
CinemaDNG (Using a CINESSD) supports up to
6K (6016 × 3200, 16:9) 30 fps 12-bit, 4.44 Gbps
3.9K (3944 × 2088, 16:9) 60 fps 10-bit, 3.86 Gbps
RAWBURST 14-20 images per second.
Apple ProRes (Using a CINESSD) supports
5.2K (5280 × 2160, 2.4:1) 30fps (422 HQ)
4K (3840 × 2160, 16:9) 30fps (4444 XQ, no alpha)
CinemaDNG and AppleProRes require a CINESSD as they cannot be recorded onto the micro SD card
DNG 20 fps continuous burst 24 MP photos requires a CINESSD, without one the maximum burst in DNG format would be 10 fps which would instead be saved onto the SD card
What size CINESSD Should I get?
If you are planning to record in 5.2k/6k RAW 30 FPS (CinemaDNG) or 4K RAW 60 FPS you will need a 480GB CINESSD as these high resolution and high FPS modes are not supported on the 240GB and 120GB versions. If you are not planning on this, the largest you can afford would be best.
The amount of video footage you can store is very dependant on the quality and framerate. On the low end you could store roughly 18 mins of 4k Apple ProRes on a 120GB CINESSD or 70 mins on a 480GB CINESSD. On the high end you could store 14 mins of 6k 30 FPS CinemaDNG on a 480GB CINESSD.
Can I use the CINESSD to record H.264/H.265 videos?
No, those file types are only able to be recorded on a micro SD card
Can I save photos onto a CINESSD?
Only when taking burst raw images above 10 FPS. otherwise they will be saved to the micro SD card
Inspire 2 work flow
What's Included? - CINESSD (120 GB)
Inspire 2 - CINESSD (120G) ×1
What's Included? - CINESSD (240 GB)
Inspire 2 - CINESSD (240G) ×1
What's Included? - CINESSD (480 GB)
Inspire 2 - CINESSD (480G) ×1