Sony launches Ultra Highspeed XQD and SD Cards in India

Sony launches Ultra Highspeed XQD and SD Cards in India

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Sony launches Ultra Highspeed XQD and SD Cards in India

Sony launches Ultra Highspeed XQD and SD Cards in India: Japanese tech giant Sony launched a range of XQD and SD storage cards, which are said to be the world’s first XQD/SD card reader and it is awesome and yet incredible. This is the world’s first XQD/SD card reader in real sense – the MRW-E90. The company released the QDA-SB1, a USB XQD adapter. Sony Company officials told these cards are meant for professional photographers who work on high-speed DSLR camera for e.g. Nikon D5 or the Nikon D500. Both the XQD and SF storage cards come in 64GB, 128GB and 256B  vibrant color variants, and are already available to purchase in the readily market online retail store.Sony launches Ultra Highspeed XQD and SD Cards in India

Sony launches Ultra Highspeed XQD and SD Cards in India

The Sony latest storage cards XQD-M32/J SYM, XQD-M64/J SYM, and the XQD-M128/J SYM storage cards are fixed priced at Rs. 3,500, Rs. 6,700 and Rs. 14,500 respectively, the SF-M 32, SF-M 64 and the SF-M 128 cost Rs. 4,795, Rs. 7,215, and Rs. 11,545 approx.

Sony unveiled its latest card reader technology can backup 128GB of data in approximately 2 minutes. Its new XQD-M series is rated to delivers transfer speed of up to 440MB/s (read) and 150MB/s (write). As for the SF-M series, the storage cards, as per the Japanese tech giant, can deliver transfer speed of up-to 260MB/s (read) and 100MB/s (write).

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These  storage cards are said to be dust-proof, X-ray proof, anti-static, and magnet proof, protecting the content in its way  and making it durable and yet reliable as well. Sony states that the deleted photos and videos, including RAW images, move files, and 4K XAVC-S video files can be recovered.

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By using the downloadable File Rescue software. Sony has launched the world’s first XQD/SD card reader, MRW-E90, along with a USB – XQD adapter, the QDA-SB1. The QDA-SB1 is priced at Rs. 1,490.