Sony QDS32E 32GB High Speed XQD S Series Memory Card, Up to 180MB/s Read/Write Transfer Speeds

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About Sony QDS32E

The Sony QDS32E 32GB High Speed XQD S Series Memory Card provides up to 180MB/s read and write transfer speeds and are designed for the professional photographer/videographer who requires 4k video shooting, high speed burst shooting and fast transfer speed.

Sony QDS32E Features

  • Memory card used for transferring large capacity of data at high speed
  • Up to 180MB/s transfer speed (write and read)
  • Captures up to 108 frames in RAW format in continuous shooting mode
  • Media is durable and reliable to protect data and images
  • File Rescue downloadable software helps recover photos and videos that have been accidentally damaged or deleted. File Rescue software offers the support of Nikon D4 RAW and MOV file formats

Sony QDS32E Specifications

Recording Capacity
32GB
Usable Capacity
29.5GB
Interface
PCI Express
Power Requirements
3V - 3.6V
Transfer Speed (Read)
180MB/s
Transfer Speed (Write)
180MB/s
Operating Temperature Range
-25deg.C to 65deg.C
Operating Humidity Range
95% or less
Storage Temperature Range
-40deg.C to 85deg.C
Storage Humidity Range
95% or less
Weight
10g (0.35oz)

Sony QDS32E Reviews

Reviewed by 1 customers

 
4.0

Fast and sturdy card

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from Tucson  -  Hobbyist/Enthusiast

maybe the fastest card on the market. Study build.

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Shopper  can i use this card for my camera (gh2)?
DANIEL C  Read the manual to determine the maximum card size. Most camera makers have pdf copies of the manuals available on their web site under “Support”. I have a 2007 Ricoh at work that will not read anything bigger than 2GB. My 2013 Olympus will not read anything bigger than 64GB. The camera’s maximum data write speed may not be in the manual. DSLR or Prosumer cameras can write to the card faster than lower priced cameras. High-speed cards (e.g. 600x or Class 10 for this Lexar) will work in slower cameras, but they will only store data as fast as the camera can push it.
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