Sony - G-Series 64GB XQD Memory Card

Enhance camera functions with this Sony G Series memory card. It stores up to 64GB of data and lets you capture photos in burst mode or RAW format directly from your camera. Record streaming video from compatible Sony devices with this Sony G Series memory card, and share files thanks to compatibility with MAC, PC and Unix platforms.

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  • Sony G-Series 64GB XQD Memory Card

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Overall Customer Rating:
98% of customers would recommend this product to a friend (92 out of 94)

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Features


Compatible with most XQD-enabled devices

Including select DSLR cameras for use with your existing device.

64GB storage capacity

Provides plenty of space for your photos, videos, documents, and other data.

Up to 440MB/sec. read speed

Along with an up to 400MB/sec. write speed saves you time when transferring files.


Overall customer rating

Rating: 4.9 out of 5 stars with 94 reviews

98%of customers would recommend this to a friend

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  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    CF Card Upgrade :)

    Posted
    RAH71
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    I've been shooting CF Cards for a number of years ... the XQD Card is smaller and FAST! It does tend to get a little hot during file transfer but no problems so far. My only issue is that Nikon didn't go with two XQD Cards versus one XQD Card and one SDXC UHS-II Card when they released the D850. My primary issue with BestBuy is their Geek Squad Warranty ... it is next to useless. The Geek Squads answer to all concerns/issues is, "The Customer is always WRONG and it's not the camera it's the user". Second email sent to BestBuyLeaders: BestBuyLeaders, I was on a Chat this morning to determine the status of the attached email. Was it received? When can I expect a response. I was referred to 1-888-237-8289 … they put me in contact with the local Corona Geek Squad … their response was as expected, “ They could do NOTHING and that 'Precision Camera' has the final word on an exchange and/or replacement" Another waste of my time in an attempt to get this issue resolved/addressed. Original email sent to BestBuyLeaders: BestBuyLeaders, I’ve had my Sony A7II in for service 3 time, the camera intermittently fails to focus properly ... and each time your service provider “Precision Camera” only response is that they Cleaned, Calibrated and checked the Software Release. When I take the camera out and shoot a couple thousand PICs I find that the camera continues to intermittently not focus properly. I shoot with both manual and auto focus lenses. I take multiple HDR, Focus Stacking and Panoramic PICs. If one of the numerous PICs I take are out-of-focus the merging, stacking and/or stitching of photos fail to provide the expected results. I shoot a Sony RX100V, Sony A7II (in for repair 3 times) and a Nikon D850. I am retired and have been an avid photographer for 15 years. I know when a camera is not performing as expected/advertised etc. My local Geek Squad state that “Precision Camera” has the last word and an exchange or replacement is out of their hands. I don’t like spending $300 for a 3 Year Warranty or $300Warranty/$1700Camera=18% of the Purchase Price and finding that the Warranty is not worth the paper it is written on. I plan on taking a 9 month trip this summer, starting April 1st, to Canada and Alaska … I need a camera I can depend on. Your assistance in resolving this issue is appreciated. I’ve attached my recent Geek Squad Chat and included the Service Order Numbers in the Subject Line.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Fast but be aware.....

    Posted
    James
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    This is easily the fastest card that you can use in your Nikon D4, D5, D500, or D850...if you are willing to pay the price for this speed. Be aware that: (1) on the Nikons that have 2 types of card slots in the camera body (D4, D500, and D850), the write speed to the memory card slows down if you are using mixed media. The best performance happens when this is the only card in the camera. This may be a problem if you want to use card slot #2 for backups; (2) This is the first time I bought a Sony XQD card that did not come with the usb reader. If you don't already have a G series XQD card reader, you will want to buy the (now) optional usb 3 card reader and spend more money; and (3) The price of the Sony XQD cards suddenly increased. Maybe it is the demand from the sales of the D850 which practically requires the use of xqd card vs the much slower sd card. If you need the speed and can pay the price, it is the best for processing a big quantity of large files. Otherwise the SD card or Compact Flash card in slot #2 is still OK.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    We were skeptical of the raves on the new card...

    Posted
    Maggielue
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    But as avid wildlife photographers in possession of the new Nikon D500 with incredible buffering capabilities, we decided to try the card... and immediately went out and purchased a second one. The speed is nothing short of amazing - well worth the $$. The only challenge is that when one shoots that many frames, downloading through the camera creates a lot of unnecessary stress on the camera, and no computers currently have a built-in XQD drive, not even one that is custom-built from scratch... so, an external reader - about $30 - is also necessary. The external reader is a bit clunky, but I'm guessing that the built-in drives will be available this year.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 3 out of 5 stars

    Disappointed with Best Buy

    Posted
    Bandman322
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    You sell cameras that require XQD cards. They require readers. There are several sizes of XQD cards. You have zero cards or readers available in your store in Lafayette, Louisiana. Online you do not have the larger card which is more cost effective for storage. I had to buy the more expensive card online and was not able to get a reader. I used a gift card to pay for my XQD card. Otherwise I would have bought it elsewhere because it was cheaper. I was told you do not match prices on items online because they are not considered as “in stock”

    No, I would not recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Blazing fast with the D500

    Posted
    1984Landcruiser
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    I recently bought a Nikon D500 and decided that since it came with a XQD card slot, I wanted to see how this new card format compared to SD cards. I have been amazed since purchasing this card. I can't begin to fill the buffer when shooting action shots (HS Baseball summer league). The camera writes to the card so fast that I capture everything. This new technology is light years ahead of the most modern SD cards. Buy one and prepare to be amazed!

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Fast fast fast!

    Posted
    Cube
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    I purchased the 64 GB card because no one seemed to have the 128 GB card in stock. However, having recorded a 4K full frame video that ultimately wound up to be about 1GB and transferring it directly from my camera to my laptop via my camera’s cable (not an XQD reader), I was overwhelmed by how fast the transfer was. I don’t recall the exact time, but we’re talking seconds, not minutes...

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    fast writing

    Posted
    MichaelMi
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    I have yet to fill the card and even if I am shooting a bird in flight, (which can consume a good number of images) the write speed is great on this card... the XQD format is quicker than previous formats and the buffer for the camera is equally quick - saying that the memory card is fast is not a 100% true statement by itself. it is a great format though. your camera body needs to support this format.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Working Well So Far

    Posted
    Gumby
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    I've been using this card for about three months as the primary memory card in my D850 and it has been working well. Continuous shutter speeds work smoothly as the card seems to handle the fast write speeds with ease. I'm unable to say how well the card will hold up with future use, but thus far, it has performed very well.

    I would recommend this to a friend



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