Sony Corporation comes up with proud claims about a wonderful addition to their preexisting SD cards lineup; by revealing revolutionary latest SD card. The creators have an affirm stance that the world has NEVER seen a FASTER card than their new one.

Sony SDHC Memory Cards Sony Claims World Has Never Seen A Faster Card Than Its SF G Series UHS II SDXC SD Cards

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Trusting Sony’s claims, apparently from this spring onwards, the entire world is likely to be treated with these fastest ever SD Cards they even dreamed of ever before; the photography industry would be benefiting from them in particular. The newest SF-G Series “UHS-II SDXC” cards rolling out soon, coming in the following three capacities:

(1) 32GB (2) 64GB  and (3) 128GB

What makes it all the more exciting about these cards is the company’s promise of amazingly high write and read speeds; up to 299 megabytes and  300MB per second, respectively. What makes it all the more exciting about these cards is the company’s promise of amazingly high write and read speeds; up to 299 megabytes and  300MB per second, respectively. As mentioned above, Sony may not have shared their plans whether which particular market they would segment but their product may charm the photography industry more; owing to one particular factor. 

The SD cards in question possess highest speeds ever, fine but in addition to that, the algorithm of SF-G Series SD cards enables them to prevent data-writing speed from slowing down, decreasing. And that happens to be a kind of tailor-made, ideal feature for photographers since according to Sony, for continuous, uninterrupted shooting of high-resolution images; both 4K video and cameras supporting USHS-II require SD cards.

Rolling out alongside SD cards is Sony’s one more product, the MRW-S1 card reader UHS-II. Using 3.1 Gen.1 USB connection this card reader serves the purpose of data transfer.

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As far pricing, the company didn’t share any information yet, at any forum but hopefully, they will be expensive: after all the world has NEVER seen a FASTER card than it before.