Sony Tough High Performance 64GB SDXC UHS-II Class 10 U3 Flash Memory Card with Blazing Fast Read Speed up to 300MB/s (SF-G64T/T1)

September 2, 2019 - Comment

SF-G series TOUGH specification UHS-II SD Memory Cards, the World’s toughest and fastest SD card, 18 times stronger4 than standard SD card with an ultra-rugged design that is bend-proof, drop-proof to 5 meters, water-proof and dust-proof and up to 300MB/s Read, 299MB/s write2 speeds. Product Features TOUGH SPECS : World’s first one-piece molded construction with

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SF-G series TOUGH specification UHS-II SD Memory Cards, the World’s toughest and fastest SD card, 18 times stronger4 than standard SD card with an ultra-rugged design that is bend-proof, drop-proof to 5 meters, water-proof and dust-proof and up to 300MB/s Read, 299MB/s write2 speeds.

Product Features

  • TOUGH SPECS : World’s first one-piece molded construction with high hardness materials have resulted in the world’s highest level of bend strength, 18 times greater than the SD standard
  • RIBLESS, NO WRITE PROTECTION SWITCH DESIGN: World’s first ribless, no write protection switch design6 Removed easy to break parts, such as rib
  • FAST FILE TRANSFER: Up to 300 MB/s transfer speed and up to 299MB/s write speed 3. UHS-II, Class 10, U3 compliant. Fast writing speed excellent for 4K recording and continuous burst mode shooting
  • HIGHEST LEVEL WATERPROOF (IPX8*5) & DUSTPROOF (IP6X*5): Completely sealed with monolithic structure, this card is waterproof (compliant to IPX8)
  • BACKWARD COMPATIBLE WITH UHS-I COMPATIBLE EQUIPMENT: While highest performance is obtained using a UHS-II compatible camera, (up to 95MB/s Transfer and 90MB/s Writing speeds3)

Comments

Anonymous says:

Photographer’s Point Of view I consder myself to be an enthusiast/hobbiest photogrpaher. Gear matters to me, as do fast SD cards. This is a UHS-II SD card, and Sony has taken steps to beef up its design. They even named this the TOUGH SD card.It slightly feels more substantial than “normal” SD cards. It feels less flimsy. It has no ribs to break off near the gold contacts. It also lacks the write-protect switch, which I have never used. For me, it won’t be missed.As for speed, the marketed…

Anonymous says:

Tight fit in some SD Card Readers Purchased 64 GB Sony Tough Card along with a Satechi Type-C Aluminum UHS-II Micro/SD Card Reader Adapter. Tested the Satechi with a 95 MBps SanDisk Extreme Pro UHSI card first, all good (write speeds around 85 MBps). Card was removed easily. Next tested with Tough Card, write speeds around 240 MBps on my Lenovo T480 laptop. Card would not eject – stayed about 2/3 inserted and would not budge. Scared me, as these cards are super expensive. After considering the options, including destroying the…

Anonymous says:

I’ve had another brand split open… I have been using SD cards for some time in my Olympus cameras. I used to think that SD cards were the same if their data transfer rate was the same. Not so… My Transcend cards are like flimsy cardboard compared to this Sony. I have had them “pop” open, or the write protect slider “pop” off. When I shipped them to Transcend for warranty replacement because they popped open, they returned the broken cards to me stating I abused them. They were so flimsy that when in haste, I pressed them into…

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