Sony SF-G Series UHS-II SD Memory Card

Sony SF-G Series UHS-II SD Memory Card


Sony SF-G Series UHS-II SD Memory Card

Starts at ₹6700




  • World’s Fastest SD Card.
  • Durability.
  • Reliable.
  • Fast Transfers.
  • Three Capacities Available.


  • Expensive.

Sony introduces World’s Fastest SD Card in India starting at the price of ₹6,700/-. Sony SF-G Series UHS-II SD memory card comes with enhanced features for professional photographers and videographers. Let’s have a look at its features:

Amazing Write and Read Speeds

Coined as World’s fastest SD card, the memory cards are capable of offering lighting fast speeds. It offers a write speed of up to 299MBps and a read speed of up to 300MBps. Such fast read and write speeds allow fast transfer of large files such as 4K videos or high-resolution images. Sony SF-G Series supports maximum performance of digital imaging devices. It contributes to long continuous shooting of high-resolution images. In addition, it also offers a shorter buffering clearing time.


Sony SF-G Series UHS-II memory cards offer superior reliability and durability. These are made to work even in intense use. They are X-ray proof, waterproof, temperature resistant and shock-proof.


It comes in three capacities: 32GB, 64GB and 128GB. SF-G32/T1 IN card with 32GB capacity costs ₹6,700/-; SF-G64/T1 IN card with 64GB capacity is priced at ₹11,000/- and SF-G128/T1 IN card with 128GB capacity costs ₹19,900/-. All cards come with five-year warranty.

A quick look at specifications of Sony SF-G Series UHS-II:

Specifications Details
Transfer Speed (Red) Up to 300 MB/s
Transfer Speed (Write) Up to 299 MB/s
Dimensions 0.94 * 1.26 * 0.08 inch
Weight 0.07 oz
Speed Class Class 10 (SD Speed Class)

Class 3 (UHS Speed Class)

Capacity 32GB, 64GB, 129GB
Interface UHS-II
Price Starts at ₹6,700/-
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