Sony SF-G128/T1 High Performance 128GB SDXC UHS-II Class 10 U3 Memory Card with Blazing Fast Read Speed up to 300MB/s
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- In uhs-ii devices, up to 300mb/s transfer speed and up to 299mb/s write speed
- Uhs-ii reader (mrw-s1) is needed to realize transfer speed
- 32gb, 64gb, 128gb capacity models for all your image and video needs
- For use with digital cameras and other devices utilizing sd memory cards
- Fast writing minimizes lag time for fast motion photos and videos, burst mode shooting, especially good for 4k continuous shooting and burst shooting, speed/class: Uhs-ii, class 10, u3
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I tested the performance both in-camera and on my PC (make sure you have a UHS-II capable reader). Easy to measure the performance on my PC, and I was very pleased to see both read and write speeds very close to the listed speeds. No way to directly measure I/O performance in the camera, but buffer flush operations were very quick.
Install the SD card monitoring software. Flash memory cells do wear out, and getting an early warning that your card is wearing out is pretty important.
That is when I ran across the Sony SF-G64/T1. It has a Read speed of 300 MB and Write speed of 299 MB or up to that I believe. It was only a $100~. I've always used Scandisk pro cards and I was hesitant about Sony cards. I just didn't know anything about them...other than they make good XQD cards. So I ordered one. My first impressions was wow! This thing was light years faster than my 95MB pro cards. My 95MB gave it a good try but it didn't take long holding the shutter button before it would lag up. The Sony SF-G64/T1 has amazing speeds for an SD card! I really love this card!
Conclusion: I was able to finally secure a 64 GB XQD card but since my D500 has two card slots, XQD & SD, I use the Sony SF G64/T1 as a back up in the SD slot. I would recommend this card to anyone!
Fast cards have two advantages:
Rapid burst shooting: if you shoot tons of photos in a row, the buffer of your camera will fill, and then the speed of the card will matter. If you take photos in short bursts, or just one at a time, there isn't much of a performance point in getting a fast card.
Image offloading: if you have a fast card reader (UHS-II), you can offload photos from your camera to your computer much faster if your card is also much faster. This benefits all people, regardless of the camera they own. It's especially useful if you shoot a lot on the run and need to quickly offload photos to a laptop.
This card is fast, the buffer clears faster than my previous card rated at 150MB/s, but not *that* much faster. I tested it in two different card readers and I couldn't get the speeds Sony advertises on the cards. I got around 200MB/s write and 235MB/s read. Really fast, but not the 299/300 printed on the card. For that, they lose some stars.
It can't be accessed by the camera, PC, or any other device for that matter. It simply doesn't show up, like nothing is inserted. I cannot check it for errors or even format it.
It simply died, just like that. I returned the card to Amazon, and I'll be looking for an alternative.