Sony expanded its family of SD memory cards

Sony today has announced three new series of SD cards for digital imaging users with capacities up to 32GB, these are the entry-level Essential Series, the value-added Experience Series and high-speed Expert Series SDHC cards.

The entry-level Essential Series (Class 4) SDHC card is available in 2GB, 4GB & 8GB capacities. The Experience Series is comes in 2GB, 4GB, 8GB, 16GB and 32GB models and offers up to 15MB/s (Class 4) SDHC card, suitable for shooting stills and Full HD video with your DSLR camera or camcorder.

Sony SD cards

And finally is the brand new Expert Series, offering data transfer speeds up to 22MB/s is  ideal for memory-hungry applications like Full HD video and burst shooting, it is available in 8GB, 16GB & 32GB capacities. Sony also propose as a free download for the EXPERT and EXPERIENCE series SD cards customers the File Rescue Version HD recovery software, which can recover as many as 90% of mistakenly deleted image files and movies, and x-Pict Story software that combines your favourite photos and music with beautiful visual effects and transitions to create professional-looking presentations, with no special skills needed.

All new SD cards comes with environmentally-friendly new eco packaging, handy “memo space” for handwritten titles and other notes, and will be available from January 2011.

Sony Expert SDHC card 32GB

Technical specifications

Model name

SF8NX- SF16NX-SF32NX

SF2N-SF4N4-SF8N4-SF16N4-SF32N4

SF2B4-SF4B4-SF8B4

Media type

SDHC Memory Card

SD/SDHC Memory Card

SD/SDHC Memory Card

Operating Class

Class 10

(read up to 22MB/s)

Class  4

(read up to 15MB/s)

Class 4

Warranty

5 years

5 years

5 years

Package style

Eco package

Eco package

Eco package

SD interface

4-bit parallel

4-bit parallel

4-bit parallel

Operating temp.

-25/+85 deg. C (non-condensing)

-25/+85 deg. C (non-condensing)

-25/+85 deg. C (non-condensing)

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