Sony is growing its expert media lineup with the presentation of two new G Series Professional Solid State Drives in 960GB (SV-GS96) and 480GB (SV-GS48) limits. These SSDs were intended to meet the developing requirement for dependable, outer video recording gadgets docked to camcorders or elite DSLRs. For substance makers searching for more effective, steady and adaptable hey bitrate recording in frequently capricious conditions, Sony's G Series SSDs convey ideal execution for a few mainstream proficient video recording gadgets, while offering a far longer lifetime.
Building on the unwavering quality synonymous with Sony's Professional Media items, the new SSDs are a solid choice for individual video recorders, offering videographers stable rapid capacities, a suspicion that all is well and good and lower cost of proprietorship because of their more extended life. Utilizing Sony's Error Correction Code innovation, the 960GB G Series SSD accomplishes up to 2400 TBW (terabytes composed), while the 460GB drive can achieve 1200 TBW, bringing about less successive substitution and expanded ROI. 2400 TBW means around 10 years of utilization for the SV-GS96, if information is completely composed to the drive a normal of five times for each week.
The drives are additionally intended for ultra-quick, stable information composing. While different SSDs have a propensity for information compose velocities to all of a sudden drop after rehashed re-compose cycles, Sony G Series SSDs highlight worked in innovation averting sudden speed diminishes, while guaranteeing stable recording of high bitrate 4K video without casing dropping. For instance, utilized with an ATOMOS Shogun Inferno, G arrangement SSD can record video at 4K 60p (ProRes 422 HQ) mode stably.
When matched with the vital association links, the new G Series drives can be easily expelled from a recorder and associated with a PC for document downloading, making altering simpler and quicker with read accelerates to 550MB/s.
G Series SSDs additionally offer information insurance innovation that keeps content secure and in place, regardless of the possibility that a sudden power disappointment happens. To add to the drive's security, it highlights a strong connector which withstands extraordinary rehashed addition and expulsion up to 3000 times – or 6 times more resilience than standard SATA connectors – even in cruel conditions.
Sony's SSD G Series is wanted to be accessible May 2017 at proposed retail costs of $539 for SV-GS96 and $287 for SV-GS48.