In this guide, I’ve tested all the most popular memory cards in the Sony A6500 to see if speed matters and to find out which cards work best for 4k video.
The Sony RX100 V is the latest update to the sony RX100 line. It features mostly the same guts, but with a few new bells and whistles, one being a massive buffer and an insane frame rate. But with such a large buffer, do we really need the fastest memory cards and has Sony improved their terrible memory card performance?
To find out I’ve put all the most popular memory cards through a speed test to see which works the best.
While CFast memory cards are relatively new to the Market, they are growing more popular with Cinema cameras like the BlackMagic URSA the Arri and now they’ve made their way into the DSLR market with the Canon 1DX II.
Like all memory cards, performance and speed are different between brands and some CFast memory cards are better than others.
In this guide we’ve tested all the most popular CFast and CFast 2.0 memory cards to determine which cards are the fastest and perform the best.
Finding the right memory card for your GoPro Hero 5 or Session can be a daunting task. There are so many different brands with different specs and in different sizes.
So what cards work? Turns out, most of them.
This guide will go over what you need to know about which memory cards you’ll need for your GoPro Hero5.
The Canon 1DX II with its insane burst speeds and memory card write speeds, now supports not only CF memory cards, but also the new CFast 2.0 memory card.
Whenever there is a new type of memory card on the market it always causes a little confusion. So to find out what’s the best memory card, CF vs. CFast for the 1DX II, and the fastest CFast memory card, I’ve tested them all in camera.
And the results are pretty awesome.
The Fujifilm X-E2s is like the X100T’s cousin that can take different lenses. The camera performs a lot like the X100T but does feature some lighter hardware which doesn’t quite allow it to max out memory card speeds. Because of this there is some disparity between memory card speeds.
This guide will help you find the fastest and the best memory card for the Fujifilm X-E2s.
The Canon 80D like the Canon 7D II has some amazing features with a very robust build quality. It fits perfectly between the T6 and the 7DII. Some people might think one of the three T6 cameras is good enough, but when it comes to performance, especially memory card performance, the 80D performs much more like the 7D II.
This guide will help you find the fastest and the best memory card for the Canon 80D.
The Sony RX1R II like the A7rII features a massive 42.2 megapixel sensor capable of taking very high resolution photos in both raw and uncompressed. Because of this high data rate, the camera is capable of outputting, it’s important to make sure you have the right memory card to keep yourself from waiting on buffer times.
This guide will help you find the fastest and the best memory card for the Sony RX1R II.
The Canon 5D IV with its dual SD and CF memory card slots, is a very versatile and practical camera. Not only can you use the very fast CF memory cards like you could with previous 5D cameras, but Canon has updated the SD memory card interface to allow for much improved performance over the Canon 5D III.
With the Canon 5D IV, you can now either use SD memory cards as your primary storage, or if you need more speed you can use CF cards.
But to see which cards are the fastest, I’ve put them all through a speed test. Check out the results.
The Fujifilm X-T2 is the first of Fujifilm cameras to feature dual SD memory card slots that are both UHS-II. The memory card performance and configuration options makes this camera very versatile.
To find the fastest SD memory cards for the X-T2, I’ve tested all the most popular UHS-I and UHS-II cards to determine the best SD memory card.