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Sony has announced a new next-generation of XQD memory cards. The card comes as QD-S32 (32GB), QD-S64 (64GB). The company said that the new XQD memory cards speed takes just 3.8 minutes to 32GB of data total which can be transferred to a PC via high speed, and adding pairing of a new S Series card with Nikon’s high-end camera will let it to capture a non-stop burst of 108 RAW frames.
The 64GB XQD S Series card will be available worldwide by this month, with a 32GB version to be available by September or October. The pair has been priced in Japan at ¥60,000 (around $754) for the 64GB card and ¥40,000 ($503) for the 32GB model while there are no words on US or EU pricing yet.