Sony launches 256GB Class 10 SD Card at Rs 11,500 for 4K Content
The new memory card comes with data transfer speeds of 94MB per second (read) and 70MB per second (write).
The new memory card comes with data transfer speeds of 94MB per second (read) and 70MB per second (write). (Image: Sony India)
Sony India today introduced its new High Speed UX series for SD cards. Aimed at professional or semi-professional photographers and videographers, it is equipped with enhanced speed and transfer time to enable minimized workflow speed with improved efficiency.
Available in storage capacity of 256GB, the new memory card comes with data transfer speeds of 94MB per second (read) and 70MB per second (write).
It also features an Ultra- High Speed (UHS Speed Class 3) rating which amplifies speed and quality of the images captured. The memory card also supports the 4K technology resulting in smooth recordings as well as minimal buffering when capturing still images in burst, multi-frame or panoramic modes.
The new memory card continues to feature the Sony File Rescue software. This allows users to recover accidentally deleted precious photos, movies and also compatible with XAVC S codec mode recording.
The SD card is protected with molded resin, making it shockproof and resilient to extreme temperatures. The SD Card UX series is available across all Sony Center and major electronic stores across India.
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