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    Sony G Series CFast 2.0 Announcement

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    Today, Sony presented the newest series of CFast 2.0 cards, which have been designed bearing in mind the most demanding photographers and filmmakers. G Series, thanks to the used solutions, is supposed to increase the effectiveness of the most modern and advanced cameras to the maximum level.

    New Sony cards will enable us to save data with the speed up to 510 MB/s, and read data with the speed be up to 530 MB/s. However, to achieve this result, one will have to used the latest card readers.

    The new cards are also supported by VPG1303 (Video Performance Guarantee), thanks to which new data carriers are supposed to be perfect for stable recording in 4K.

     

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    1). Sony G Series CFast 2.0

     

    Apart from that, the cards are waterproof and protected against the influence of static discharge. In the case of incidental deletion of the photographs, Sony File Rescue will enable us to quickly retrieve the deleted photographs and films.


    Sony G Series CFast 2.0 cards are to appear on sale in the first quarter of the next year – at first, only on the Asian market. The cards will be available in 3 versions: 32GB, 64GB and 128GB and will retail at $120, $200, and $350 respectively.


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