KineMAG Nano – FAQ


Q: What is inside the KineMAG Nano shell?

A: The KineMAG Nano is a NVMe-based M.2 2280 SSD. The transfer speed is up to 10Gbps. 

Q: What kind of card reader do I need for the KineMAG Nano?

A: The KineMAG Nano doesn’t require any card reader to connect with users’ workstations. It has a built-in USB Type-C port that allows you to connect it with your workstation at a speed of up to 10Gbps. We suggest using the cable that comes with KineMAG Nano to ensure the fasted transfer rate. 

Q: How is the 1TB KineMAG Nano different from the KineMAG Nano body + third party M.2 SSD?

A: The original 1TB KineMAG Nano features a Read-Only function and RAID 5. They improve the integrity and security of your recording media. If you are using KineMAG Nano body + third party M.2 SSD, those functions are not guaranteed. 

Q: Are there other capacities?

A: Currently, Kinefinity only offers a 1TB capacity option. 

Q: Can I use the KineMAG Nano with Kinefinity cameras prior to MAVO Edge 8K?

A: No. The KineMAG Nano has an all-new design and interface that is different from previous Kinefinity cards. Previous generations are not compatible with the MAVO Edge 8K. 

Q: Which third-party NVMe M.2 SSD can be used with KineMAG Nano body?

A: Please refer to the [list]

Q: What is the recording time of KineMAG Nano 1TB on MAVO Edge 8K?

A:  Please refer to the chart below, which shows recording times of common resolutions and framerates.

ProRes ProxyProRes 422 LTProRes 422ProRes 422HQProRes 4444ProRes 4444XQ
FF 8K Wide @24fps263mins116mins81mins54mins36mins24mins
FF 8K DCI @24fps206mins91mins63mins42mins28mins18mins
FF 8K HD @24fps219mins97mins67mins45mins30mins20mins
FF 4K OG (OS) @24fps673mins298mins207mins138mins92mins61mins
FF 4K DCI (OS) @24fps824mins365mins254mins169mins113mins75mins
FF 4K HD (OS) @24fps879mins390mins271mins180mins120mins80mins