New Delhi :
Japanese tech giant Sony launched a range of XQD and SD storage cards, which are said to be the world's first XQD/SD card reader - the MRW-E90. The firm also unveiled the QDA-SB1, a USB XQD adapter.
These cards are meant for professional photographers who work on high-speed DSLR cameras such as Nikon D5 or the Nikon D500. Both storage cards come in three 32GB, 64GB and 128GB variants.
While the Sony XQD-M32/J SYM, XQD-M64/J SYM, and the XQD-M128/J SYM storage cards are priced at Rs 3,500, Rs 6,700 and Rs 14,500 respectively, the SF-M 32, SF-M 64 and the SF-M 128 cost Rs 4,795, Rs 7,215, and Rs 11,545 respectively.
These cards have an additional quality of dust-proof, X-ray proof, anti-static, and magnet proof, protecting the content in its way. Not only that the deleted photos and videos, including RAW images, mov files, and 4K XAVC-S video files can be recovered.
Sony has also launched the world's first XQD/SD card reader, MRW-E90, along with a USB - XQD adapter, the QDA-SB1, which is priced at Rs 1,490.