Sony UHS-II memory cards for photographers and camera enthusiasts who use cameras supporting SD UHS-II standard. Also compatible with SD UHS-I host devices.
Solid Card! Ran speed test with blackmagic disk speed test and the average was Read: 90MB/s Write: 70MB/s. Tested with the GH5 w/ firmware version 2.0. Worked with the ALL-I 400Mb/s 4k file (ran a 5 minute test).
Excellent read speed in UHS-II mode. I benchmarked the card in several UHS-II readers and the highest benchmark was 269.0 MB/s in the Lexar Professional Workflow SR2 UHS-II. Write speed reached 99 MB/s in several card readers as well. This is a good card for those looking to improve their workflow with fast downloads. Its write speed is not much above what you can find in other UHS-I cards (Such as the SanDisk Extreme Pro 95MB/s UHS-I card), but the real improvement is the download speed.
Tested with Crystal Mark, came out with average of only 93 Read, 74 Write! Wasn't happy. Then realized it may have been a limitation of my USB 3.0 card reader that was keeping the numbers low. Put the card in my GH5s, shot some 4K 400 All-I, and the card seemed to handle it fine (I let it run for about 4 mins). As a comparison, I then tried my Sandisk Extreme Pro 95 card, which actually had higher CrystalMark write number (88), and that card didn't last more than 5 seconds in the GH5s' 4K 400 All-i before camera shut down due to insufficient card performance.
Hands down, this is the FASTEST SD card I have ever come across. I bought it because my ADATA card rated V90 couldn't keep up with my Panasonic GH5. Even though this does not have the V90 badge on the label, it FAR exceeds V90 specs, and eliminated all the problems. I highly recommend, especially if you are considering the Panasonic V90 cards.
Works perfectly for me with the a7r3. I don’t know how it compares to the faster one that writes up to 299 mb/s because I haven’t tried it, but I’ve never felt hindered shooting portraits, events and nature, even uncompressed raw. The uhs-1’s were definitely slow by comparison and could not keep up with continuous shooting, even slow fps. If you are an extreme fast-action photographer and need to keep shooting dozens of continuous shots over and over, you’ll probably want to compare the faster cards but for me and I imagine most typical shooters, this is plenty fast enough and roughly half the price.
If you're looking for dependable SD cards for the GH5's high bitrates, you're in luck. I purchased 6 of these 64GB cards. I ran multiple tests on my GH5 with these cards in All-Intra/400mbps mode...
Bought for use in my Sony a77ii, a6000, and NEX5R.
The capture buffer on my a7III fills up at about the same time with this card as it does with the Lexar 1000x cards. It does however take half the time to clear the buffer when writing the files to the card. Download onto the camera is much faster as well. Wish it were a little cheaper.
If you are a GH5 user you are probably looking for an inexpensive card for 400mbps video... then this is the card for you... GH5 400mbps, no issues so far.
It has no problems writing at 400Mbps (=50MBps) with my GH5. Unbeatable at the time of this review.
Nice and fast reliable SD card. Currently using this on a Sony A7 III. Provides great write speeds, I can shoot 60 RAW shots before the buffer fills and it clears to the card nice and quickly. Read speeds also excellent when downloading to computer.
Useful saving on some other brands, and speed is more than adequate for highest quality full frame video.
This seems like a good card so far. I am currently using with my gh5 and I wanted a card with excellent reliability for a professional job. It worked well but they are on the pricey side. Still the piece of mind is worth it.
I ordered A Sony 64GB SDXC Secure Digital Flash Memory Card - EXTRA PROfessional Series Class 10 UHS-II/U3 (Read 260MB/s Write 100MB/s) - SF64M and got a Sony and got a 277MB/s 150MB/s So well happy I tested it in BM speed tester and it was as described with speeds so had a result as I am sure the faster cards are normally more money plus newer version of the card.
I wasn’t going to pay nearly £300 quid for the Sony G series cards so I gave the Sony 128GB M series a chance! It works perfectly with my GH5S and easily manages the 50MBps needed to safely record 4K 25p at 400mbps! I haven’t had any drop outs or weird error messages on the camera! A really great value SD card! So good I bought another one & I’ll look to buy a few more in the coming months. Awesome
I purchased this SD Card to test if I could use the max settings on my GH5 and it works perfectly so far. I have not done long recordings at 4K Cinematic but it worked for a 5 - 10 minute scene and I have no issues with crashes ect.
The performance of the card wasn't spectacular, but it was decent in my Canon 6D Mark II. However, it died after a little bit more than 1 year of use, so soon after the warranty has expired. Not exactly what I'd expect from a brand like Sony.
-There is no lag on HD/4K video, quality doesnt decrease.
Couldn't be happier over this purchase. Totally worth the money :)
A pleasure to use. This has been with me on many journeys and used to shoot up to 3500 pictures per journey and I have never experienced a problem on returning to UK with any of the saved pictures
For cameras equipped to use it, this card is seriously quick. It comes into its own with bursts of high resolution full frame stills that need to be cleared quickly from the buffer. Expensive, but so is the competition.
The only memory cards I like to use. Robust, reliable and at 128gb, great storage! Just wish they didn’t come in so much plastic.
L'ho provata sulla mia A7III, e dai test che ho fatto, è più lenta della mia SanDisk Extreme Pro, che costa la metà di questa.