Sony ups the memory for the cameras

The Comercialfoto , which distributes the photographic Sony machines, made a benchmark of the best memory cards for use with the Sony Alpha 7 Mark III, which has two inputs for SD cards.
The Sony Alpha 7 Mark III, like the Sony A7r III and Sony A9 , has a new and improved buffer that allows memory cards to perform at their best performance. However, Alik Griffin , a professional photographer and editor, has tested the machine's ability with various models of SD cards. 
In this test were tested the ability to write, read and how it works in 4K.
After testing both UHS-II and UHS-I cards, five cards proved to be better. The 64GB UHS-II G card proved to be one of the best cards in its class to be used with the new Alpha 7 Mark III. This card has a performance up to 300MB / s of read and 299MB / s of writing.
Sony is looking to provide the best products to its customers, so recently launched the TOUGH cards. The new memory cards can support up to 18x more weight and a drop of up to 5 meters. SD cards also have a waterproof IPX8 and a dustproof IP6X, which means the card can stay up to 72 hours under water and up to a depth of 5 meters.


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