Sony India takes yet another step in redefining the professional imaging industry with the launch of durable and reliable SD card for Professional use, the SF-32P and SF-64P. The robust cards with a staggering 10X toughness are specially designed for photo & video professionals,featuring “outstanding physical strength – HI Durability” and “enhanced file recovery application”.
Experience enhanced file recovery
The SD card comes with Enhanced File Rescue Software and better rate of data recovery. These cards support the latest Sony video formats such as AVCHD, XAVC-S, and XAVC Long. Giving an edge to its competitors, the latest offering from Sony applies special algorithm for higher rate of recovery, providing consumers an option of video file and folder structure recovery.
With stands rugged exteriors
Exuding sturdy exteriors Sony’s SD card for Professionals adopts stronger material and special welding process, thereby producing a robust hardware. The SD card for Professional are Water Proof (Higher than IPX7)& Dust Proof. It can withstand shockat 2500G (5 times to that of Regular SD cards) & are 10X more durable at bending tests compared to Regular SD cards.The SD card for Professional isperfect companion for adventurous video professionals.
Unrivaled 4K video recording format
4K Ultra HD video resolution is the next generation of video quality ushering a new era of consumer devices that require fast, reliable storage as a core enabling component.Offering seamless experiencethe newSD card for Professionals from Sony offer 4K video recording in XAVC Long 420 and XAVC-S. Giving a sense of variety, theSD card for Professional, support various formats.
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