Increasing the number of CFexpress cards is accelerating. A few months after ProGrade Digital unveiled the world's first 1-terabyte CFExpress card, Sony has announced its tougher and faster CFexpress card. reading and 1480MB / s for writing. For comparison, the ProGrade 1
"With a recording speed of up to 1480 MB / s, this card meets the needs of future requirements for the secure recording of data in the industry or the requirements of professionals for capturing high-resolution images or high-bit rate video. Sony says.
But the faster the speed comes less power: the Sony card will first be launched in 128 GB, with 256 GB and 512 GB models planned for the future. Sony's upcoming Sony card will be extremely solid. Sony claims that the strength of the card is three times stronger than the standard CFexpress – it can withstand 70N bending power. The card is 5 times better than the standard one on a surviving fall, as well as how it is designed to drop from up to 16.4 feet (5 meters).
The card is also a heat-proof, X-ray proof, antistatic,
If you have an XQD-compliant camera, you will probably be able to use CFexpress cards if / when the manufacturer pushes the update firmware that adds CFexpress compatibility.
Sony TOUGH CFexpress Type A memory card of 128GB (and a card reader) is set to enter the market in the summer of 2019.