Sony 64GB XQD Flash Memory Card – High Speed G Series (Read 440MB/s and Write 400MB/s) – QDG64E

March 21, 2019 - Comment

Maximize the performance of your XQD camera with 64GB Sony XQD QDM128E/J memory card. The memory card provides efficient high-speed data writing of 400 MB/s and a read speed of 440 MB/s. Product Features With a 440MB/s Read and 400MB/s Write speed supporting 4K video to the peak possible performance Ultimate reliability: card durability, temperature

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(as of April 19, 2020 9:36 am BST - Details)

Maximize the performance of your XQD camera with 64GB Sony XQD QDM128E/J memory card. The memory card provides efficient high-speed data writing of 400 MB/s and a read speed of 440 MB/s.

Product Features

  • With a 440MB/s Read and 400MB/s Write speed supporting 4K video to the peak possible performance
  • Ultimate reliability: card durability, temperature proof, X-ray proof, water resistant, shock proof
  • Available in both 32GB, 64GB & 128GB get the size that you need
  • Comes with free software, File Rescue for quick and easy recovery of lost data & X-pict Story creating stunning presentations of your images with ease
  • Ensure seamless workflow for professional footage. Record and capture 4K quicker with the XQD memory card series

Comments

Anonymous says:

I was a little daunted by the price, butt … I was a little daunted by the price, but this card is an absolute must for Nikon D850 users. It reads and writes phenomenally quickly. Hopefully other manufacturers will produce these cards since Lexar have stopped making them – some competition is needed to keep the prices sensible.

Anonymous says:

Amazing performance (Mac users read review to get best results) Amazing performance. As a Mac OSX user, however, you have to be aware that OSX doesn’t recognise the cards fully as a device, so copy stuff off as files and directories (using ‘ditto’ or ‘cp -r’ for example) from the top level directory (DCIM in my case). This does mean you cannot copy any camera settings file in the card’s root directory – Apple is the culprit here.

Anonymous says:

Looks like a never to be repeated offer Fair product at a realistic price. XQD cards are massively overpriced for their performance.These cards are much cheaper in Japan, the price I got of £78.00 whilst still high is 30% less than U.K. usual.Manufacturers are just pricing for what they can get rather than completely pricing. If it looks like a cartel…

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