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- 128GB Storage Capacity
- UHS-II / V60 / U3 / Class 10
- Max Read Speed: 277 MB/s
- Max Write Speed: 150 MB/s
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?
Date published: 2020-09-08
Will this work in a Sony Fs5?
Will this work in a Sony Fs5?
The Sony 128GB SF-M Tough Series UHS-II SDXC Memory Card is compatible with the Sony PXW-FS5 XDCAM Super 35 Camera System.
Date published: 2023-05-29
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.
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.
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.
Date published: 2022-03-05
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?
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.
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?
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.
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?
Yes, this card is fully compatible with all the functions of the A73.
Date published: 2023-02-06
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?
I bought two from BH not too long ago. One of these bricked during a rehearsal filming.
Date published: 2023-02-10