Sony quietly intros super-swift XQD flash cards with 350MB/sec write speeds



Of the many flash card types we've seen over the years, it has to be said that the XQD card format hasn't been a resounding success in the still camera market. Jointly-created by SanDisk, Nikon and Sony, the XQD specification was adopted by the CompactFlash Association in late 2011, and quickly superceded by XQD version 2.0 just eight months later.

First featured in the Nikon D4 that was announced in January 2012, the XQD card has only been seen since in a single camera — the followup Nikon D4S. (In fairness, it also…

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via Imaging Resource News Page


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