Sony 32GB SxS-1 G1C Memory Card
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- 32GB Storage Capacity
- Max. Read Speed: 440 MB/s
- Max. Write Speed: 100 MB/s
- 2X Transfer Rate of G1A Series Cards
The Sony 32GB SxS-1 G1C Memory Card is a media storage solution that is designed to help capture 4K video content without any instability. This memory card is well-suited for large sensor 4K camera technologies due to its enhanced read and write speeds. By giving content creators more flexibility and creative options, they can capture 4K, 2K, or HD for acquisition and production. This SxS-1 memory card features a PCI ExpressCard 34 form factor and can achieve a fast maximum read speed of up to 440 MB/s and write speed of up to 100 MB/s. Additionally, The SxS memory card can use the industry-standard PCIe platform as an interface to realize higher transfer speeds up to 8 Gb/s (1000 MB/s).
The Sony SxS card offers wear-leveling (data-defect minimizing function) and data refreshing capabilities and are subjected to a series of strict quality assurance tests, including checks on recording blocks, temperature cycles, and operating environment. In addition to its enhanced frame rate capture capability, this SxS memory cards offer improved reliability and data-error correction. Additionally, you benefit from the data-defect minimizing function for secure data recording and a "power failure management" function for re-creating video clips in case of sudden power loss or accidental card ejection during recording.
Its high-reliability is continuously verified through strict inspections and various tests throughout the manufacturing process. In the event of data loss or other incidents, users can retrieve contact information for Sony technical support through a QR (quick response) code embedded onto the cards.
- 2X the transfer speeds of G1A Series cards
- Supports EB Streaming between card and Sony camcorders, enabling constant 2-way communication and insuring stable recording while avoiding speed degradation
- Enhanced media management with Memory Media Utility