Storing up to gigabytes of Photos and Videos, but you want something faster than the conventional speed? Sony has brought the world’s fastest SD card that can Read and Write up to 300MB/s with the whooping 32GB to 128GB options. If you take a lot of RAW photos and shoot at a larger resolution, take for example 1080p with 60fps or 120fps or 4K with 30fps videos, this Sony SD Card will bring back the speed for you while storing and streaming the data.
Sony’s most recent SD cards, for media experts, gloat write speeds of 299 MB/s – that is megabytes every second, not megabits – and read rates of 300 MB/s. (The speediest SD card to date was the SanDisk Extreme Pro Series with its 260 MB/s.)
However, before you purchase Sony’s speediest SD Card you should know some of the facts about the card itself. If your cameras or devices support UHS (Ultra High Speed) II Classification, then this card can be applied for the data storage or transfer option. Second, Sony has prompted to release three versions of this card enlisted from 32GB, 64GB, and 128GB variations. Sony will also unveil the MRW-S1 with a USB 3.1 interface card reader. Both systems will support their UHS and Faster PC transfers.
We can expect to spend a considerable amount of money for this technology. Though no official pricing has been released. As it has only been introduced by Sony after Sandisk.