THERE’S CUR­RENTLY A lot of ac­tiv­ity in me­mory cards and Sony con­tin­ues to make a bid for a big­ger slice of the mar­ket, launch­ing a new series of UHS-II speed SD de­vices. With a claimed writ­ing speed of 299 MB/sec­ond, Sony says its new SF-G series of SD cards is the fastest in the busi­ness. The max­i­mum read speed is quoted at 300 MB/sec­ond when used in a ded­i­cated Sony MRW-S1 card reader.

The new SF-G cards are avail­able is 32 GB (SDHC), 64 GB (SDXC) and 128 GB (SDXC) stor­age ca­pac­i­ties. Their faster data trans­fer rates en­able shorter buf­fer clear­ing times, mak­ing these card suit­able for 4K video record­ing ap­pli­ca­tions and able to sup­port the high-speed con­tin­u­ous shoot­ing ca­pa­bil­i­ties of the lat­est D-SLRs and mir­ror­less cam­eras.

Sony’s SF-G cards also fea­ture a durable de­sign with wa­ter­proof and anti-static ca­pa­bil­i­ties, and are backed by Sony’s free down­load­able File Res­cue soft­ware for the re­cov­ery of files that may have been ac­ci­den­tally dam­aged and deleted. Pric­ing has yet to be an­nounced.

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