Sports photographers are now likely to achieve their best shoots with the release of the XQD S Series memory card by Sony this summer. The speed of this memory card is tremendously high, with reliability and capacity needed by a professional photo journalist who covers tricky shooting projects like sports.
Outpacing the Compact Flash:
The XQD S Series offers a constant read and write transfer speed of a high 169MB per second, which now outpaces and breaks the boundaries of Compact Flash, which is limited to 167MB per second. It has a partnership with the D4 professional DSLR of Nikon to capture a continuous stream of 108 RAW frames without the least effort. It has a shooting speed that is as high as 10fps, which allows photographers to shoot the 100 meters sprint finals of a person at a stretch in just one shot from the beginning to the end.
The super fats transfer speeds have provided a boost for workflow among creative professionals and busy journalists by slashing the times of PC backup. The blazing speeds are yet to find a match, which can be used by photo professionals to their best ability. The memory card needs a card reader even for the latest among the Thunderbolt- enabled computer devices.