Description

Xqd performance: The new XQD cards achieve Max read 440MB/s, Max write 400MB/S2 by using PCI Express Gen.2 interface. Superior strength: exceptional durability even during intense use. Up to 5x more durable compared to standard XQD. Tested to withstand 5 M (16.4 foot) drops (3) Fast reading & Writing: maximizes performance of XQD cameras, whether 4K video recording or continuous burst mode shooting, or transferring large contents to host devices

High durability: shock proof, Anti-Static and resistant to breakage. Full performance in extreme temperatures, also UV, x-ray and magnet proof Downloadable filed Rescue: applies special algorithm to achieve higher rate of recovery for raw image, MOV files and 4K xavc-s video files captured on Sony and Nikon devices

Memory Specifications

Type XQD card
Manufacturer Sony
Series G Series
Model QD-G120F
Capacity 120 GB
Available Capacities 32 GB, 64 GB, 240 GB
Benchmarks
120 GB
440 MB/s Read Speed
400 MB/s Write Speed
440 MB/s Read Speed
400 MB/s Write Speed
440 MB/s Read Speed
400 MB/s Write Speed
440 MB/s Read Speed
400 MB/s Write Speed
Warranty 5 years
Operating Temperature -25 °C to 65 °C (-13 °F to 149 °F)
Storage Temperature 40 °C to 85 °C (-40 °F to 185 °F)
Bus Interface
Bus Speed 20 GT/s (2 GB/s
Safeguards Temperature Proof X-ray Proof Magnet Proof Shock Proof
Availability Yes
Compatible Devices
Features Xqd performance: The new XQD cards achieve Max read 440MB/s, Max write 400MB/S2 by using PCI Express Gen.2 interface. Superior strength: exceptional durability even during intense use. Up to 5x more durable compared to standard XQD.
Default File System
Voltage 3.3V
Height 3.81 mm
Width 29.718 mm
Length 38.608 mm
Colour Black
Weight 0.32 ounces
Form Factor
Compatibility cameras. The new cards offer a read
Serial B07HFT541Y
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