Looking to get the most out of your Canon R6 Mark II? The key is finding the right memory card. We’ve combed through a variety of options and tested out numerous models, so you can make an informed decision about which cards will work for your camera.
The Canon R6 is the first of Canon's full-frame mirrorless cameras to offer dual UHS-II memory cards. The camera offers a lot of performance with a lot of capabilities, which will require fast UHS-II memory cards.
Buying memory cards for the Canon R6 isn't cut and dry since the camera offers so much versatility and there really is no best all-around card when factoring in price to performance. Slower v60 or even UHS-I cards might be all you need, but some users will need the best and fastest v90 UHS-II cards.
Use this guide to figure out which memory cards are best for your situation.
The Canon T8i now shoots 4k at 120Mbps with a 7fps mechanical shutter, which means you will need to buy the better U3 UHS-I cards to get the most reliable performance.
Here is everything you need to know about memory cards for the Canon T8i. Use this guide to find the best memory cards for your style of shooting.
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