Sony Professional XQD G Series 128GB Memory Card (QDG128E/J)
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- Both PCI Express Gen2 Interface and USB 3.0 (Super speed) are supported for higher performance and easy connection to PCs
- Maximum read 440MB/s, and maximum write 400MB/s
- High speed burst shooting with DSLR cameras
- Recessed pins add contact protection from damage, dust, or electrostatic shock
- Increased shell strength provides a robust structure for reliable useAvailable File Rescue software helps recover lost or damaged photos
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The Sony XQD new G series maximizes performance of high-end and professional XQD compatible cameras. With XQD compatible cameras, max read of 440MB/s and max write of 400MB/s, providing excellent performance in 4K video shooting and continuous burst mode shooting, with super-fast transfer to host devices.
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I got this card to use in my Nikon D850, and it works fine. My main goal was to have faster file transfers to my iMac Pro when compared to my 64 GB UHS-II SD card (SanDisk 64GB Extreme PRO UHS-II SDXC). I also liked the higher capacity. I'm a commercial photographer. I often shoot 60-100 GB of pics and video on a shoot, and I'm often on tight deadlines, so read speed can be an issue. My type II SD card is rated at 300 MB/s and I'm getting around 243 MB/s when reading it in the internal SD card reader on my new 10-core iMac Pro, writing to the internal SSD drive. This Sony XQD card is rated at 440 MB/s read, but when reading it with the Sony MRWE90/BC1 XQD USB 3.0 Reader I'm only getting around 315 MB/s. To round these timings out, I get around 90 MB/s when reading a Type I SD card in the same machine.
So, to illustrate my real world time savings, here are the average times I'm seeing when reading 64GB of pics/video from each of the 3 card types:
Type I SD: 711 sec (11.85 min)
Type II SD: 264sec (4.4 min)
This XQD: 203 (3.4 min)
As you can see, switching from Type I to Type II SD cards makes a big difference. In the above case it saved over 7 minutes, which feels like an eternity after a long shoot. The time saved by switching from a Type II SD to this XQD card is real, but less compelling, as it only saves an additional minute. My time is valuable, but it's going to take a long time to justify the additional expense of this card and reader. XQDs also have faster write times, but I was not being constrained by write times on my D850 using a Type SD card so that's moot for me. I'll keep it, but I was hoping for more. "Your mileage may vary."
In the month I've had this card and camera, I've taken hundreds of photos, and used a matching Sony USB adapter to quickly and easily transfer photos from the card to my computer at home. I've also reformatted the card several times, to keep maximum space available for new photos on the camera.
When buying this, I wondered what size card to get. At the time, this 128GB size offered maximum space per dollar of cost, and it seemed unlikely I'd quickly need the added storage of the 256GB version of this card. (For anyone interested, the Z7 uses about 24MB of storage per JPG file, plus about 66MB of storage per RAM (NEF) file, or 90MB when storing both (as I do.)
Definitely recommended for use with the Nikon Z7.
It comes with the adapter. The adapter is for us for G class USB XQD cards, do not put these cards in any other sort of adapter.
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