The 128GB SF-M Tough Series UHS-II SDXC Memory Card from Sony features a storage capacity of 128GB and takes advantage of the UHS-II bus to support advanced DSLR functions such as continuous shutter bursts and rapid shooting, as well as RAW and JPEG captures. This card is also well-suited for video capture, including 4K, Full HD, and 3D video. It can achieve maximum read speeds of up to 277 MB/s and maximum write speeds of up to 150 MB/s. Thanks to its V60 speed class rating, minimum write speeds are guaranteed not to drop below 60 MB/s.
Will this M card perform fine with a camera with ...
Will this M card perform fine with a camera with a UHS-I card slot?
Asked by: Michael
Answered by: Miraj
Date published: 2020-09-08
Asked by: senthil kumaran
According to Sony, there is a one year limited warranty against defects in workmanship or materials for one year from the date of purchase of the card.
Answered by: Gordon
Date published: 2020-11-27
What do the letters mean on the card? Some have ...
What do the letters mean on the card? Some have E, M, and G.
Asked by: Chuck
Sony's memory cards come in the E, M, and G series, with their differences focused primarily on speed. Their E-series cards are more affordable and are not made "TOUGH".
Their TOUGH SF-M-cards are faster, and their TOUGH SF-G-cards are fastest cards. Both the M and G series cards are IP68 rated for dust and water, and also have 18x more bend-resistance than typical SD cards. For video considerations, the G-series cards are V90-rated, while their M and E-series cards are V60.
Answered by: Jeremy
Date published: 2020-11-27
Sony cameras actually support up to 150mb/s. What ...
Sony cameras actually support up to 150mb/s. What about the Fujifilm GFX series? Is SF-M enough for them?
Asked by: Sun Kyong
I have a GFX 50r and I use this card. The limitations on the shutter speed mean that using this card or a faster one makes very little difference. I could capture 4K as well. Still, for video I would maybe use a faster card just in case.
Answered by: Adam
Date published: 2021-02-04
How do these compare to the cfexpress cards using ...
How do these compare to the cfexpress cards using the Sony fx3? Since the price is significantly different?
Asked by: A
For general recording in 4K up to 120p, you will have to use at a minimum V60-rated SD cards. Slow motion with the XAVC S-I 4K setting at 60p will demand a V90 SD card, while S&Q 120p XAVC S-I 4K will require a CFexpress Type A.
Answered by: Chris H
Date published: 2021-04-23
Is this card fast enough to utilize all the photo ...
Is this card fast enough to utilize all the photo and video features/options on the Sony A7III?
Asked by: Roy
Yes, this card is fully compatible with all the functions of the A73.
Answered by: Rob
Date published: 2020-11-02
Are you selling new cards without with Sony ...
Are you selling new cards without with Sony REcall problem or there are a posibility for to buy a bad one?
Asked by: Julieth Natalia
I bought two from BH not too long ago. One of these bricked during a rehearsal filming.