Sony’s SF-M Series Is The World’s Toughest UHS-II SD Card

Jul 15, 2019

Category: Tech

Sony continues to make noise in the world of SD cards by creating the most rugged, compact data storage chips on the planet. With their SF-G Series, they set the bar by creating an SD card that can survive 5-meter drops. They’ve taken it to the next level with the Sony Tough SF-M Series SD Card, which the iconic tech company claims to be the world’s toughest UHS-II.

The SF-M Series SD card has the highest grade waterproof and dust-proof rating, which is IP68, and has blazing transfer speeds of up to 277MB/s read and 150 MB/s write. Whether you’re a photographer or videographer, you’ll benefit from this tiny data storage beast no matter if you’re shooting high megapixel RAW photos or recording high-quality 4K videos. It’s 18x stronger than a regular SD card and capable of surviving in harsh shooting conditions, so all you have to do is focus on the task at hand. And it features the file rescue software9 to recover data or photos that are deleted accidentally. The Tough SF-M Series SD Card will be available this fall in 64GB, 128GB and 256GB capacities.

Learn More: Sony

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