Sony Sony’s New CFast Memory Cards Launched in India for Photography and Videography By Damini Sengupta Posted on March 27, 2018 Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+ Share on Reddit Share on Pinterest Share on Linkedin Share on Tumblr Sony is one such brand name that is heard most often in the rumor mill. And talking about the latest buzz, the tech industry is going gaga for the Japanese tech giant has expanded its memory card line-up with the CFast range of memory cards in the Indian markets. Expanding the memory card line-up, Sony India yesterday i.e., on Monday launched the high-performance based CFast memory cards for all photographers as well as videographers in India. Sony’s New CFast Memory Cards Launched in India Talking about the G Series CFast 2.0 memory cards, they are now made available in 32GB (CAT-G32), 64GB (CAT-G64) as well as 128GB (CAT-G128) capacities with price tags of Rs. 7,400, Rs, 11,400 and Rs. 22,100 respectively (as reported here). The cards have been made available at all the Alpha flagship stores, Sony Centre as well as the major electronic stores, and they offer the writing speeds to up to 510MB per second and are capable of reading speeds to up to 530MB per second. The memory cards come with up to 510MB per second writing speed. The cards outperform the abilities to exist the CFast cards. Sony’s all-new G Series supports a high-speed burst shooting of high-resolution RAW photos and can maximize the capabilities of any high-end DSLR cameras. It comes with the fast read speed of 530MB per second, and the G Series CFast can also reduce the time taken in order to transfer the RAW files, long 4K video footage as well as obtain high-resolution images to a PC. Sony‘s G Series has a support for Video Performance Guarantee 130 (VPG-130) and also is capable of supporting the recording of cinema-grade or the high-bitrate 4K video. The new cards have also passed through several stringent drops, shock, rigidity, and vibration tests and have proved to be the ultimate choice for every photographer or videographer in India.