Sony 128GB Class 10 UHS-1/U3 SDXC up to 94MB/s Memory Card (SFG1UX2/TQ)
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- Up to 94 MB/s transfer speed and up to 70MB/s write speed
- Designed for the photographer /videographer who requires 4K video shooting, high speed burst shooting and fast transfer speed
- File Rescue downloadable software helps recover photos and videos that have been accidentally damaged or deleted
- UHS-I Memory cards have been tested to achieve high levels of reliability and data integrity
- UHS-I Memory cards are water proof and are designed to perform under a wide range of operating temperatures; High speed performance; For SDXC compatible devices
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High speed SDXC UHS-I memory card designed for the photographer / videographer who requires 4K video shooting, high speed burst shooting and fast transfer speed. File recovery downloadable software helps recover photos and videos that have been accidentally damaged or deleted.
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We purchased 2 of them for our dream trip to Italy, to be used in two separate cameras. Both cards failed! Mine failed after 1 week (300 photos) and my husband's failed at the end of our 3 week trip, so he lost everything. The cards cannot be recognized in any card reader so we cannot use any of the (free OR paid) software programs to attempt recovery. Our only option is to pay hundreds of dollars to send them to a service that dismantles the cards and attempts recovery. We have found pricing from $375 to $2500 per card. So our best option, if we want to (try to) recover our photos from our trip is $750 dollars for both cards. (If they can't recover the images we only have to pay shipping)
Needless to say we are highly disappointed in Sony. My camera is a Sony A7 so one can't even make the argument that the card was incompatible. And the cards were formatted in camera.
We are very disappointed in Amazon, too, because they will not refund the money for the card purchase since it was after 30 days, but we were on our trip when we hit the 30 day mark (with 2 failed cards in hand).
If you plan to shoot 4K video, you also need this SD card.
The performance of this SD card is more than enough than what you need. My 4K camera requires a SD card that is capable of a SUSTAINED write speed of 200 mbps to full utilize all available recording features - and this Class 10 UHS-1/U3 is more than enough. a U3 rated SD card must do a minimum sustained write speed of 30MB/s
200 mbps = 25 MB/s of sustained write speed required for 4K Video Recording for my 4K camera
560 mpbs = 70 MB/s (is the write speed this SD card can do).
So this Sony SD card is more than enough for your 4k Video Recording and Burst Speed Photography!
Sony Media Services in Laredo, Texas was able to use proprietary Sony software to reset the state of my defective, unmountable 128GB G1UX2 SD card and recover my photos and videos. I've upgraded the rating from 1 to 2 stars. Recovery turn around time was about a month, including shipping both ways. I give 4 stars to Sony Media Services for pleasant customer service and for saving my data. I still consider the card a 1 star product for failing. (I really can't rate the card better since my only experience with it is complete failure.)
I recommend anyone with images lost on a Sony SD card that will not mount call Sony Media Services. It can take a while to get a hold of them by phone (really my only gripe about them :-) ) and they can't take apart defective cards and wire directly to the memory chips the way a couple of companies can, but they do have software from Sony that can sometimes allow them to access a Sony card that won't mount, something no other software-only data recovery service I know of can.
If Sony can't get your card to mount and recover your data, there are just a couple of companies in the world that can take apart the card and wire straight into the memory chips, bypassing a defective controller. Memory cards aren't made to be taken apart, and they may have other damage (such as cracked chips), so this doesn't always work, and it is very expensive. Recoverfab is one of those companies, and offers fixed prices. Drive Savers is another, and they seem to have variable used car salesman-style pricing. But, if you have important, irreplaceable photos, the prices could easily be worth it. I'm glad I didn't have to decide just how much my photos were worth since it would have cost $1000 or more for a hardware-based recovery.
Thank you to Mitch of Sony Support USA who suggested in the comments to contact Sony Support, which ultimately led to my satisfactory experience with Sony Media Services - however, it was not a direct route
I called Sony Support, they transferred me to another department who offered to exchange my dead card for a new one and said that Sony does not offer data recovery as part of the warranty, but does offer free data recovery software. That didn't help me since the card wouldn't mount and data recovery software only works on cards that mount. However, the support person did say I could try calling Sony Media Services. Sony Media Services informed me that they can't do hardware-based recovery, but that they did have a software trick from Sony that could sometimes get cards to mount for recovery, and that it would cost $60 if successful. Compared to a hardware-based recovery, $60 would be a steal. So I filled out the form they emailed me, boxed up my card (they warned against using envelopes) and sent it off. They copied the recovered files to a new card, called and told me of the success and shipped the card back with a tracking number.
They did not wind up charging me (knocking on wood) and seem to have treated this as a warranty service - which I'm grateful for. I'm not sure of the relationship between the Media Services department and the rest of Sony, but I get the impression that they don't normally do that and that they are a separate, for profit department that does media transfers and data and video rescue rather than free warranty stuff. But I'm happy and my thanks to them.
Bought May 8th, 2016. Died June 2nd, 2016.
Thousands of photos permanently gone. Sony card just stopped working, in a compatible Sony camera, during a shot. Now it won't mount on any device, so it is impossible to run recovery software.
The card wasn't even full yet, nor did I use it for 4K. Used in good conditions. Now dead, just dead.
"You had one job..."
- A memory card is supposed to **remember things**. If it can't do that for less than a month then it is literally worse than useless. Would rate negative 5 stars if it were allowed.