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.
- 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|
|Durability||Shockproof, Temperature Extremes, UV Light Resistant, X-Ray Proof|
|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
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In my Canon R5 I have nothing but Sony tough CF and SD cards. Have never had any issues with either one. Super fast write speed!!!
So far so good
My first experience with CFexpress, and so far so good. Seems to work well with my Z6ii.
Sony Tough works very well with my Nikon Z9
I shoot lossless compressed raw files and normally at 10 fps. I have had no trouble with the buffer on the Z9 for the short burst I typically do. I have never had a problem with the card overheating.
The perfect card for the Canon EOS R5
The thing most people skip over is the Write speed and focus on the Read speed which is always the top line in the advertisement. But in most cases, who cares what the read speed is. All I care about is getting my 50Mb image on the card, which depends on the Write speed. With a Write speed of 1480 MB/s, the Sony Tough cards are some of the fastest around. I use the 128 GB card because it holds over 2,000 images on the card. Practically speaking even on a good day I seldom need to switch cards. If you buy a 256 or larger card, you're probably spending money that would be better wasted on another 128 Gb card. Having two smaller cards is better than one card as you don't have a backup. I've never had a memory card related issue with the Sony Tough cards.
Perfection on a Canon R5
I have found this card to be 100% reliable on the Canon R5. Some reported freezes occurring with some other brands of cards. I can assure you this is NOT one that will end up with that issue. Fast, reliable and doesn't get that warm in use. Highly recommended
Fast, reliable, tough
The write speed is fast enough for long bursts with my Z9 in lossless compressed recording mode. It stays cool to the touch.
I usually use either Lexar or Sandisk however Sony's Tough line was recommended for use in my Canon R5.
Super Fast Read/Write Speeds with Incomparable Toughness
I have been using my first 256GB Sony CFexpress Tough card for well over a year with dozens of cycles of photos. It is one tough card and is fast fast fast! Writing speeds are perfect for video or burst photography and when you go to read from it, it downloads to your equipment with ease and lightning fast speeds. I just bought my second card as I like to have a backup of the CFexpress for travel photography. Not cheap but, like they say, You get what you pay for. Worth every penny of the investment.
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