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Sony 160GB TOUGH CFexpress Type A Flash Memory Card - VPG400 High Speed G Series with Video Performance Guarantee (Read 800MB/s and Write 700MB/s) – CEA-G160T

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Sony CFexpress Type A cards are optimised for continuous, high-bandwidth data writing, making them ideal for professional high-bitrate video recording, such as 4K 120p capture on cameras like the FX6, FX3, a1 and a7S III. One of the goals is to unify the ecosystem of removable storage by being compatible with standards already widely adopted, such as PCIe and NVMe.

Form factor B has the same size and contacts as an XQD card, allowing a single card slot to accept both XQD and CFexpress-B cards. The high-capacity AV PRO CFexpress Type A card supports 16-bit recording for a wider range of post-production editing options. They are up to five times more resistant to drop impact and up to ten times more resistant to bending, compared to CFexpress Type A requirement standards, for outstanding durability. With a tough design, CFexpress Type A memory cards offer superior strength up to 10x greater than the CFexpressType A standard, additional rigidity tested to 150 newtons of force, and can withstand falls of up to 24. With their tough exterior and ultra fast transfer speed the CEA-G80T and CEA-G160G memory cards protect recordings and boost workflow for photographers, videographers and enthusiasts.

On 28 July 2020, Sony announced the α7S III, a mirrorless camera that will support dual CFexpress Type A and SD cards. Like the memory card version of the battle between VHS and Beta-Max, this is the format to focus on when thinking about the future. On 24 October 2019, Canon announced the development of the EOS-1D X Mark III with dual CFexpress slots.

Super-charge your professional video and photography workflows with Sony’s CFexpress Type A memory cards – ideal for advanced cameras like the FX6, FX3, α1, α7S III and α7 IV. A trusted name in memory cards, Lexar makes reliable Professional cards with capacities ranging from 64GB to 512GB. Nikon have updated firmware for mirrorless Z6/7 and DSLRs D5 / D500 / D850 / D4S / D4 which all have XQD slots. In February 2018, they released benchmarks, with sample units introduced in the second quarter of 2018, and production scheduled for the third quarter.Anything that isn’t as you would expect, we then make a note of and show this in the condition notes on the page.

Park Cameras is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority, register number 1449928 and act as a credit broker and not a lender. A dust and water resistant design provides the reliability needed for outdoor use in challenging conditions (IP57). Sony CFexpress Type A cards are optimised for continuous, high-bandwidth data writing, making them ideal for professional high-bitrate video recording, such as 4K 120p capture on cameras like the α7S III, where dependability is critical. CFExpress is essentially the next revision of XQD, and there should be full backward compatibility with XQD, and that getting D4/D5/500/D850’s to work with CFE cards should be a simple software patch. It’s compact, easy to carry and works with both Sony CFexpress Type A and SDXC UHS-II/UHS-I memory cards.This service covers media that has encountered physical damage and/or software issues such as data or file corruption. An official dealer of ARRI, Aputure, Canon, Blackmagic, Panasonic, SmallHD, Teradek, Manfrotto, and more. For information about the external power supply bundled with the product (when applicable), please refer to the link regarding information on ecodesign requirements for external power supplies in accordance with the COMMISSION REGULATION (EU) 2019/1782 of 1 October 2019 laying down ecodesign requirements for external power supplies pursuant to Directive 2009/125/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council and repealing Commission Regulation (EC) No 278/2009

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