Sony unveils a new line of SD cards, Called SF-G Series — aimed at DSLR and mirrorless camera users wanting to capture high-resolution photos and record 4K videos.
The SF-G Series currently includes three storage options, namely 32GB, 64GB and 128GB, and they will all boast the same read/write speeds, which is at 300MB/s and 299MB/s respectively, or so Sony claims.
Sony claims that its “unique firmware” helps the buffer clear up faster when using burst mode to capture images, which will come in handy on high-end cameras, and prevents the degradation of write speeds.
There will also be a matching MRW-S1 card reader, with support for USB 3.1 Gen1, to help users transfer files as quickly as possible.
In addition to their fast read/write speeds, the SF-G cards from Sony are also waterproof, shockproof, temperature resistant, and also X-Ray proof. Unfortunately pricing and availability f the new SD cards have not yet been revealed.
Last but not least there is File Rescue software, which will help users recover files that were previously deleted or are “compromised”. It is offered as a free download for customers.
Sony hasn’t disclosed prices yet but the SF-G cards, available in 32, 64, and 128 GB capacities, will land in stores starting March, while the MRW-S1 card reader will come later in April.