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Mark Peters : July 20th 2012 - 08:45 CET

Sony XQD S memory card


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SonySony XQD S memory card with 168MB/s2 read-write speed : Sports photographers can achieve their best-ever shooting performance this summer with the new XQD S Series memory card from Sony. The high-speed Sony XQD S memory card offers the capacity and reliability that’s demanded by professional photo journalists covering sports and other tough shooting assignments. Offering sustained read/write transfer speeds of 168MB/s, Sony XQD S Series outpaces the maximum interface speed limit of Compact Flash cards (167MB/s). The memory card transfer speeds also slash Personal Computer backup times, boosting workflow for busy journalists and creative professionals facing pressured deadlines. The new Sony memory card is available with 64GB from July 2012.
Sony XQD S memory card

Sony XQD S memory card
Professionals can take full advantage of the card’s unsurpassed transfer speeds, with back-up times slashed by over 30% compared with the fastest CF cards. Partnered with Nikon’s D4 professional Digital SLR, XQD S memory cards from Sony effortlessly captures a non-stop burst of 108 RAW frames (at 12-bit compressed RAW, approximately 10.5MB file size). At a shooting speed of 10fps, this lets photographers document the men’s 100m sprint final from start to finish in a single, sustained burst of RAW images.

Sony XQD S

New Sony memory card for professionals
The card’s high capacity of 64GB makes XQD S Series ideal for storing large volumes of heavy RAW files. This makes the Sony memory card attractive for sports photographers who may be triggering the camera’s shutter remotely and cannot conveniently change media cards. From August, Sony XQD S memory card users can also download free new version of File Rescue Version 3.2, allowing recovery of accidentally-deleted photos and videos. It’s the world’s first file recovery utility that now supports latest AVCHD and 3D formats as well as RAW and MOV files. File Rescue software is also available for the Sony XQD H memory cards.

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Sony XQD S memory card




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