If you need a memory card that can keep up with your Sony camera’s performance, you might want to check out the Lexar CFexpress Type A Silver Series 320GB card. This review will show you how this card can handle 8K video and burst photography with ease.
Discover the ins and outs of choosing the right memory cards for your Blackmagic camera. With various options available, including SD cards, CFast cards, and the newer CFexpress type B cards, finding the perfect match can be tricky. Our guides, backed by personal speed tests and insights from Blackmagic, will steer you toward the best cards for your camera needs.
If you have a Nikon Zf, you might be wondering what kind of memory cards to use for it. The Nikon Zf has two slots, one for UHS-II SD cards and one for micro SD cards. But not all cards are the same. In this post, we will explain the difference between UHS-II and UHS-I cards, and why you need a UHS-II card for 4k video. We will also recommend some of the best memory cards for the Nikon Zf, and how to choose the right one for your needs.
The Blackmagic Pocket 4k uses a single CFast and a single SD UHS-II memory card configuration. Here is a list of recommended cards that are officially recommended by Blackmagic along with some other bitrate and record time information.
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