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Sony XQD G-Series Memory Card

Product Overview 

Sony professional XQD memory cards are the perfect solution for burst shooting and capturing 4K videos. They are designed and tested for reliable use in all environments and are resilient to shocks and weather extremes. The XQD is an ideal choice for filmmakers, photojournalists and professional photographers. The new 120GB and 240GB are 5 times tougher than the standard XQD specification.

Designed for professionals​​

Sony’s XQD memory cards are Shockproof, magnet proof, anti-static and resistant to breakage, and offer full performance even in extreme temperatures, under exposure to intense UV light and airport X-rays machines. Designed for prolonged professional use, Sony XQD cards are tested for dependable storage, wherever you need to shoot.​

G Series XQD Memory Card QD-G32E/G64E/G64F/G120F/G240F List of verified cameras


PXW-FS7II See device support web for firmware upgrade
PXW-FS7 See device support web for firmware upgrade
PXW-Z100 QD-G32E/G64E only. See device support web for firmware upgrade.





Phase One


File Rescue Software

Sometimes things go wrong and data such as photos and files get damaged or lost. Sony’s File Rescue is a powerful tool for recovering damaged or lost data that is simple enough for anyone to use. Applying an advanced algorithm, Sony’s File Rescue realizes a higher rate of recovery for RAW image, MOV files and 4K XAVC-S video files captured on both Sony and Nikon devices. Available as a free download to memory card customers.

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