Speed test results are in for the Sony RX100 III. If you have trouble deciding what the best memory card is for your Sony RX100 III then these results should help you choose.
I didn’t really get to spend a lot of time with this camera but it was pretty cool for how small it was. I personally like the Panasonic LX100, or Fuji X100T more and the Fuji X100T is my all time favorite camera, but for the size, you probably can’t beat this Sony RX100 III. It’s a great performing pocketable camera that should be considered if you’re in the market for a compact point and shoot style camera.
To figure out the best sd memory card for the Panasonic LX100 also known as the (Panasonic Lumix -DCM LX100), I put several of the most popular memory cards through my speed test. The results are pretty standard for camera in this price range and it seems most newer memory cards run at about the same speeds. See the test below.
To determine the best SD memory card for the Sony A6000 I’ve put the camera through a speed test which is done by shooting three round of RAW bursts for a set amount of time. The amount of data created and the time it took to clear the buffer was recorded, calculated and averaged to give these results. This is also one of the most tedious time consuming things I’ve done in my life so enjoy these results.
When shopping for SD memory cards it’s important that you know the various speeds numbers and what they all mean.
Before I go into the differences on all the SD memory card classes here is a list of some great buys.
When shooting with SD cards and CF cards it’s important to know a little bit about all the different classes and interfaces of the cards so you can choose the best memory card for your camera.
Before going to deep into all the best memory cards for the Nikon D810 and wether you should use a CF card of SD card here are a few great buys.
To determine the best SD memory card for the Sony A7 model cameras, I created a memory card speed test where I shoot three rounds of RAW bursts on speed priority for a designated time. Record the amount of data that is recorded and the amount of time taken to clear the cameras memory buffer. The results are calculated and averaged to give these results.