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Pros:Build quality that is perceived by touching it with your hand - Speed of writing and reading
Cons:Price approaching an XQD or CFexpress
Opinion:Switching from Nikon Z to OM System I abandoned the XQD / CFexpress to use the SDXC V90 on the new OM-1. I tried various brands, from Lexar to SanDisk and then landed at the Sony SDXC Tough G V90 32GB and 64GB. The latter are the most versatile as the capacity is a middle ground between 32 and 128GB. Even the cost, although higher than Lexar or other brands, is not as "prohibitive" as the 128GB version. The Sony SDXC Tough G beats the SDXC V90 Angelbird but the latter are a bit more expensive than the Tough G. The packaging of the Sony SDXC Tough G is also well taken care of. I normally use them on OM-1 cameras and recommend them to all photographers who make dynamic their photographic genre and need a solid and professional SDXC card.
Pros:Write and read speed, robustness, construction, reliability
Cons:price a little high than normal
Opinion:I've been using these SDs ever since I made the transition from CF on Canon to SD on Sony. Never had a problem, resistant to dust and water, very high speeds both in writing and reading. Only by holding them can you feel the robustness of these Sony Tough compared to the rest of the SDs around. Paired on A9II they are literally phenomenal. There is nothing in the market that holds the comparison. Unique and super recommended.