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Media type Memory card
Usage Portable devices
Extended to Secure Digital (SD)

"MicroP2" is a memory card format introduced by Panasonic.[1][2][3]

The cards were announced in April 2012 and shipped in March 2013.[4] Physically, MicroP2 is a SDXC/SDHC card conforming to UHS-II (Ultra High Speed bus), and can be read by common SDHC/SDXC card readers.[5][6][7]

It can be used with current P2 products though an adapter, though a firmware update is required to use the new media.[7][1]

First MicroP2 products from Panasonic shipped in April 2013.[5]


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