XQD cards are a new card format found in several professional level still cameras from Nikon and high-end video cameras from Sony.
XQD card is a memory card format primarily developed for flash memory cards. It uses PCI Express as a data transfer interface. The format is targeted at high-definition camcorders and high-resolution digital cameras. It offers target read and write speeds from 1 Gbit/s (0.125 GB/s) to about 4 Gbit/s (0.5 GB/s) and storage capabilities beyond 2 TB.
The cards are designed as a replacement of the then-16-year-old (in 2010) CompactFlash standard and are not backward compatible with CompactFlash or CFast cards
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