Offering both strength and speed, the 128GB CFexpress Type B TOUGH Memory Card from Sony provides fast read speeds up to 1700 MB/s along with write speeds up to 1480 MB/s. This quick performance benefits recording a variety of video resolutions, bit-rates, and compressions, as well as high-resolution continuous raw photo shooting. Beyond its speed, this TOUGH memory card also has a reinforced physical design to withstand falls from up to 15' and has been rigidity tested to 70 N of force. It's also resistant to extreme temperatures, X-rays, electrostatic, and UV lighting. Offering further protection, File Rescue recovery software can be downloaded for recovering lost or even accidentally deleted files and Media Scan Utility can be used to automatically scan CFexpress cards and inform you of the flash memory condition.
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- 128GB Storage Capacity
- PCIe 3.0 Bus
- Max Read Speed: 1700 MB/s
- Max Write Speed: 1480 MB/s
Sony 128GB CFexpress Type B Overview
Sony 128GB CFexpress Type B Specs
|Card Type||CFexpress Type B|
|Storage Capacity||128 GB|
|Bus Type||PCI-Express 3.0|
|Read Speed||Maximum: 1700 MB/s|
|Write Speed||Maximum: 1480 MB/s|
|Operating Temperature||-13 to 158°F / -25 to 70°C|
|Storage Temperature||-40 to 185°F / -40 to 85°C|
|Package Weight||0.12 lb|
|Box Dimensions (LxWxH)||5.6 x 4.2 x 0.7"|
Sony 128GB CFexpress Type B Reviews
Fast, Durable & Plenty of Capacity
I am a professional photographer. I bought the Sony CFexpress card to replace a Sony XQD. I needed a faster read and write speed. This card fit that need. So far the card has lived up to its specifications.
Fast and reliable
You pay more for these cards, but after purchasing four (two 512GB, and two 128GB), I love them. Fast write speeds in my two R5 bodies. If there's a downside, they can get hot when doing a lot of continuous shooting, but I understand that this occurs in all CF Express cards, especially in high-performance cameras.
Great and tough as they say
I like the ruggedness of it. It's worst the money
For my Z9
needed this for my new camera....
No problems and works well in widely varied temps
Only had 64gb XQD cards for the Z7, but wanted larger storage so I picked up one of these. Humidity and temps in the 90's down to the 40's repeatedly for days and it still runs like a champ. I plan to get a larger storage capacity card of the same brand.
The TOUGH name is appropriate
I keep my gear in the trunk while I'm my office and temps can range from 45-90 during the day. This card is no slouch and keeps running at the drop of a hat. May pick up more unless a new camera comes first, then it'll be larger storage versions of this card.
Dead on arrival
How can a completely dead card make it out of the factory? Quality control much, Sony?
I purchased this card to use instead of the XQD slower cards for use in My Nikon D850. So far, everything perfect. Love it.
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