Sony Professional XQD G Series 32GB Memory Card (QDG32E/J)

June 12, 2019 - Comment

Supports EB streaming between card and Sony camcorders enabling constant 2 way communication and insuring stable recording while avoiding speed degradation. Transfer Speed Read: 440 MB/s Product Features Read 440MB/s and write 400MB/s speeds Compliant to XQD format version 2, both PCI Express Gen.2 and USB3.0 interface are supported on a newly developed controller for

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Supports EB streaming between card and Sony camcorders enabling constant 2 way communication and insuring stable recording while avoiding speed degradation. Transfer Speed Read: 440 MB/s

Product Features

  • Read 440MB/s and write 400MB/s speeds
  • Compliant to XQD format version 2, both PCI Express Gen.2 and USB3.0 interface are supported on a newly developed controller for high performance.
  • Available in 32, 64 and 128GB capacities

Comments

Anonymous says:

Significantly Lower Capacity Than Advertised!! My review is on the Sony XQD 120GB. I’ve tested this card out with my Nikon Z6 and it works perfectly the card read and writes extremely fast and also transfers incredibly fast. Now for the worse part I know memory cards have a slightly lower storage capacity than advertised but if you look at my screenshot my PC is showing that the memory card has only 101GB total when the card is 120GB!! That is a 15.83% decrease in storage capacity!! I really hope this is a defect.If anyone else…

Anonymous says:

Simply is there any other choice? The Nikon D850 is a great camera there’s no doubt about it, but if you want to get the full use and range out of the item you definitely need to purchase at least one of the Sony professional X q.d.-G series cards, simply there’s no choice. I do hope in the future somebody else comes along and gives Sony a run for its money in a better price point then what we have now! This card works well actually very well indeed. I simply use it as my primary card because of its speed in processing. The…

Anonymous says:

Hammer down on that shutter release…this card can take it! Makes SD cards look like snails.FREAKING FFFFFAAAAAAAAAASSSSSTTTTTT!If your Nikon has a XQD slot and you’re debating whether to spend the extra bucks or just buy SD cards, stop, buy this card.If you don’t buy it today, you’ll remember you read this when your buffer fills up and you miss the shot, or buy it and watch yourself try in vain to outshoot this card. This is the card that’ll let you test the shutter actuation limits of your camera. 400+ megs per second….’nuff…

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