Actually, the performance is nearly identical making me think they all are white labels of the same card, except Hoodman reinforces their cards.
That’s kind of how this memory card game works. It comes down to the QC process and other little features like if the cards have to write protection switches or error correction. Only a handful of companies actually make the flash and the memory controllers.
Amplim 1900x V60 UHS-II Review
The Amplim 1900x v60 scores a read speed of 289.3MB/s and a write speed of 104.2 MB/s. This test was done with the Sandisk USB-C UHS-II reader.
These speeds are very standard for this class of cards and reliability has been good in our various camera tests showing no problems with any of the modern cameras tested.
|Card Name||USB-C Read||USB-C Write|
|Amplim 1900 v60||289.3 MB/s||104.2 MB/s|
To see how this card compares to the competition, I have built a table where you can find the fastest sd memory cards.
Amplim 1900x v60 For Video
For 4k or even 8k video, the Amplim v60 cards are great. The V60 rating means the card will support bitrates up to 480Mbps. This is fast enough for the Sony H.265 video compressions and fast enough for a lot of the 400Mbps Fujifilm H.264 compressions.
Some Sony cameras do output a 600Mbps H.264 encoding, and for that older codec, you will need a v90 card.
Durability: Waterproof, temperature proof, shockproof, X-ray proof, magnet proof.
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