Sony Memory Card 64GB, UHS-II SD, CL10, U3, Max R260MB/s, W100MB/s (SF-M64/T)

July 10, 2018 - Comment

Sony UHS-II Memory Cards for photographers and camera enthusiasts who use cameras supporting SD UHS-II standard. Also compatible with SD UHS-I host devices. Product Features Read up to 260MB/s UHS-II UHS-II Reader (MRW-S1) is needed to realize transfer speed Write up to 100MB/s UHS-II Speed class U3, Class 10 Memory card case supplied File Rescue

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Sony UHS-II Memory Cards for photographers and camera enthusiasts who use cameras supporting SD UHS-II standard. Also compatible with SD UHS-I host devices.

Product Features

  • Read up to 260MB/s UHS-II
  • UHS-II Reader (MRW-S1) is needed to realize transfer speed
  • Write up to 100MB/s UHS-II
  • Speed class U3, Class 10
  • Memory card case supplied
  • File Rescue software provided via download
  • Water proof and dust proof
  • Durable and temperature proof
  • UV guard, X-ray proof, magnet proof, anti static

Comments

levin789 says:

Solid Card! Ran speed test with blackmagic disk speed … Solid Card! Ran speed test with blackmagic disk speed test and the average was Read: 90MB/s Write: 70MB/s. Tested with the GH5 w/ firmware version 2.0. Worked with the ALL-I 400Mb/s 4k file (ran a 5 minute test).

Sporty says:

Excellent read speed in UHS-II mode. Write speed is fast but not much better than the fastest UHS-I cards. Excellent read speed in UHS-II mode. I benchmarked the card in several UHS-II readers and the highest benchmark was 269.0 MB/s in the Lexar Professional Workflow SR2 UHS-II. Write speed reached 99 MB/s in several card readers as well. This is a good card for those looking to improve their workflow with fast downloads. Its write speed is not much above what you can find in other UHS-I cards (Such as the SanDisk Extreme Pro 95MB/s UHS-I card), but the real improvement is the download speed…

Jose M says:

Fast enough for most situations on a7r3 Works perfectly for me with the a7r3. I don’t know how it compares to the faster one that writes up to 299 mb/s because I haven’t tried it, but I’ve never felt hindered shooting portraits, events and nature, even uncompressed raw. The uhs-1’s were definitely slow by comparison and could not keep up with continuous shooting, even slow fps. If you are an extreme fast-action photographer and need to keep shooting dozens of continuous shots over and over, you’ll probably want to compare the faster…

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