It's no doubt that photographers love their gear – spending time poring through the features and reviews of every Sony camera and lens to see which makes the most sense for them. While we could of course talk about cameras and lenses all day (as we often do), we don't want to miss an INCREDIBLY important piece of the photography equation: memory cards.
Memory cards are what hold onto all of your work, so there should really be an emphasis on the importance of their quality for photographers. You want a solid and fast memory card that's going to protect your images and videos from start to finish. Sony's high-capacity memory cards – designed for maximum performance with Sony cameras – offer an ultra-fast storing solution for every moment you capture. Take a look at some of the benefits of Sony's SF-G Series SD Cards:
World's Fastest Write Speed
The SF-G series boasts an ultra-fast write speed up to 299 MB/s – fast enough to support continuous shooting of high-resolution images with high-performance DSLRs supporting the UHS-II interface.
Ultra-high-speed Data Transfer
With Sony's high-capacity memory cards' insane read speed, even large files such as 4K video or a bunch of high-resolution images by continuous shooting can be transferred to a PC in seconds. Spend less time waiting and more time doing.
Made by Sony for Sony cameras, these cards are ideal for burst shooting of high-resolution images with DSLR supporting UHS-II.
Sometimes things go wrong and data such as photos and files are accidentally deleted. All Sony memory cards also come with free download of Sony File Rescue software to recover accidentally deleted photos and videos.
X-ray proof, waterproof, dust-proof, temperature resistant and shock-proof. These cards are made reliable and durable so you don't have to worry about anything other than capturing the moment.
Sony's memory cards come in three different capacities in the SF-G range; 32GB, 64GB and 128GB, ensuring high-performance, high speed and reliable shooting. The cards can also store high-quality 4K and Full HD video capture in XAVC S format2. Ready to get your hands on the world's fastest SD cards? Find out where to buy them.