Sony XQD Memory Card
32GB high-speed N-Series card for compatible cameras
- records high-speed HD images, perfect for DSLR burst mode and 4K video
- 32GB storage capacity
- data reading speeds up to 125 MB/s
- data writing speeds up to 60 MB/s
- warranty: 5 years
- Our 60-day money-back guarantee
What's in the Box:
- 32GB XQD N-series memory card in clear plastic case
- Operating Instructions
- Limited Warranty
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Overview: The Sony XQD memory card is the newest generation of media for digital cameras, camcorders, and other devices. They are designed for professional photographers using high-end DSLR cameras and 4K camcorders. Physically, XQD cards are smaller than Compact Flash, but larger than SD cards.
Note: XQD cards can presently be used in the Nikon D4 and D4s DSLRs and the Sony FDR-AX1 4K camcorder.
Transfer Speeds: The 32GB N-series XQD Memory card has a write speed of up to 60 MB/s, and read speeds of up to 125MB/s. The XQD memory card's higher data transfer speeds lets you achieve stable continuous shooting.
Associated Products: In addition to the XQD card, Sony is offering two associated products:
- XQD Card Reader (MRW-E80): This USB 2.0/3.0 compatible XQD card reader lets you quickly and easily transfer large quantities of very high capacity data to your PC.
- XQD ExpressCard Adapter (QDA-EX1): This adapter lets you insert an XQD card into a laptop or desktop computer through an ExpressCard 34 card slot.
- Operating Voltage: 3.3V
- Operating Temperature: -13°F to +149°F (-25°C to +65°C)
- Storage Temperature: -40°F to +185°F (-40°C to +85°C)
- Dimensions: Width=1.168", Height=1.52", Depth=0.149"
- Weight: 0.35 ounces (10g)
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Why did you buy this?
Because the one I really wanted was not available, but I needed a card(s). No such thing as a free lunch (card). [ John May 08, 2018 ]