Extending the line-up of professional memory card, this week Sony India rolled out a series of CFast quality-performance memory cards for videographers and photographers. The CFast 2.0 G Series memory cards are now accessible in 64 GB (CAT-G64), 32 GB (CAT-G32), and 128 GB (CAT-G128) memories with a price tag of Rs 11,400, Rs 7,400, and Rs 22,100 respectively.
The cards, accessible at all Sony Centre, Alpha flagship shops, and major electronic shops, provide read speeds of almost 530 MB/s and write speeds of up to 510 MB/s. With almost 510MB/s write speed, breaking the abilities of current CFast cards, the G Series of Sony backs burst shooting with high speed for high-resolution RAW pictures, maximizing the ability of DSLR high-end cameras.
With quick read speed of almost 530 MB/s, the G Series CFast of Sony lowers the time it consumers to transmit extended 4K video clips, RAW files, and high-resolution pictures to a PC.
With VPG-130 (Video Performance Guarantee 130) support, the latest portfolio of cards backs recording of high-bitrate or cinema-grade 4K video. These latest cards have passed various stringent vibration, drop, rigidity, and shock tests and operate all over a huge series of temperatures and are extremely resistant to static.
No a similar note, Sony recently rolled out MDR-1000X to give a tough time to its rival. Even though it comes at a price of Rs 27,000, arguing on whether to purchase it or not will be waste of time as it comes with cool features.
The Sony MDR-1000X gives a great output when used wireless. It gives a full of rich bass, aesthetic and near-to-natural sound quality. Those who prefer uncompressed music can make use of Sony’s Hi-Res Audio by making use of the cables. Also it has a battery life of 20 hours which is more than enough.
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