The Nikon D5500 is similar to other Nikon entry level cameras as well as Sony cameras in that it has very slow memory card interface speeds. Because of this, memory card write speeds seem to bottleneck at speeds close to around 28MB/s. However because of the single processor, some memory cards still do perform much faster than others.
See the performance tests below to find the best memory card.
With the Fujifilm X70 being the little sister to the X100T, it shares a lot of the same characteristics. The sensor works the same, the speed of the processor is about the same, even the speed at which it writes to memory cards are all very close. The main difference is the X70 is a lot smaller and it has a wider lens.
If you’re looking for the best memory card or you want the fastest memory card for the Fujifilm X70, there are only a few options. Several brands perform wildly different so it’s important to find the best memory card for you camera so you never run into wait times as your buffer clears.
See the performance tests . . .
The Nikon D7200 gives photographers everything they could want from an APS-C camera in a DSLR body (minus 4k video) and at a great price. While not Nikon’s flagship APS-C camera, it does deliver on specs. It’s quick, it has a great sensor and it’s an all around very durable camera.
To find the best memory cards for the Nikon D7200, we put it through the memory card speed test and the results were surprising.
Not all memory cards are created equal. Not only are different types of memory cards made in different factories like in Japan, China, some in Taiwan and some in Korea, but they also perform differently from each other.
Some camera brands don’t like certain brands of memory cards. For instance Sony cameras typically don’t like Transcend cards, and I’ve seen on various occasions different Transcend cards completely crash various Sony cameras. However they’ll perform excellent in other brands on cameras like Fujifilm.
This of course has less to do with the memory card and more to do with the cameras reads and writes with card. For instance Sony cameras are notoriously bad with the way they deal with memory cards and they are the slowest performing cameras on the market because they have very slow memory bus speeds. But this is rumored to change with the new Alpha cameras.
I’ve compiled a list of all the most popular memory card tests by camera brand. These tests include how each memory card performs in camera as well as how they perform with USB speeds. This list continues to grow thanks to you.
The Sony A6300 is Sony’s flagship / big brother to the A6000 with the main difference being 4k video recording. But Sony cameras are notorious for having issues not accepting memory cards when shooting 4k.
In this guide, I’ve tested all the most popular memory cards with the Sony A6300 to determine the fastest memory cards and also the best performing overall.
The X-Pro 2 is the first of Fujifilm cameras to feature dual SD memory card slots. With slot 1 capable of UHS-II and slot 2 using UHS-I, the performance and configuration options make this camera very impressive. I’ve tested all the most popular UHS-I and UHS-II memory cards to determine the best SD memory card for the X-Pro 2.
This camera continues to impress me and Fujifilm has really done an excellent job in making sure it’s packed with all the latest tech they could get their hands on.
Check out the speed test and prepare to have your mind blown.
For the family of Canon T6 cameras, the T6s is higher end model with a few extra cosmetic features. When it comes to memory card performance, the Canon T6s performs pretty much the same as the T6 and T6i with slight variations that are normal when doing SD memory card tests.
See the speed test to find the best SD memory card for the Canon T6s.
The Canon T6i (or the Canon 750D) is the less expensive little brother to the T6s and the T6i. When it comes to memory card write speeds, the T6i performs about the same as the other two models. Like the other T6 and T6s, the T6i does not have a very large buffer, so it will be important to get the fastest memory card you can in order to avoid wait time when clearing the buffer.
See the memory card speed test below.
Unlike the Canon 5D and several of Canon’s other cameras, the 7DmkII camera features dual SD card slots, so choosing a memory card is a little easier and less expensive. I’ve put the Canon 7DmkII through my memory card speed test so we can see what cards perform the best and at the best price.
This article will guide you the sea of options to help you find the best memory card for the Canon 7DII.
Choosing a memory card to take advantage of all of Sony’s features is no simple task. There are so many brands and so many different specs with some cards working better than others. And if shooting 4k 100M video is your thing, then you need to make sure you choose the right kind of card.
This article will guide you though the memory card maze and help you find the best SD memory card for the Sony RX10 II.