Finding the right memory card for your GoPro Hero 5 or Session can be a daunting task. There are so many different brands with different specs and in different sizes.
So what cards work? Turns out, most of them.
This guide will go over what you need to know about which memory cards you’ll need for your GoPro Hero5.
A speed comparison between all the most popular Cfast and CF cards tested in the Canon 1DX MkII.
The Canon 1DX II with its insane burst speeds and memory card write speeds, now supports not only CF memory cards, but also the new CFast 2.0 memory card.
The Fujifilm X-E2s is like the X100T’s cousin that can take different lenses. The camera performs a lot like the X100T but does feature some lighter hardware which doesn’t quite allow it to max out memory card speeds. Because of this there is some disparity between memory card speeds.
This guide will help you find the fastest and the best memory card for the Fujifilm X-E2s.
An in-camera memory card speed comparison between all the most popular UHS-I and UHS-II cards in the Canon 80D.
A detailed guide comparing the most popular UHS-II and UHS-I memory cards for the Sony RX1R II.
Use this guide to find the best memory cards for your style of shooting.
The Canon 5D IV with its dual SD and CF memory card slots, is a very versatile and practical camera. Not only can you use the very fast CF memory cards like you could with previous 5D cameras, but Canon has updated the SD memory card interface to allow for much improved performance over the Canon 5D III.
With the Canon 5D IV, you can now either use SD memory cards as your primary storage, or if you need more speed you can use CF cards.
But to see which cards are the fastest, I’ve put them all through a speed test. Check out the results.
An in-camera speed comparison between all the most popular UHS-II and UHS-I SD memory cards and how they work in the Fujifilm X-T2.
Use this guide to find the best memory cards for your X-T2.
A comparison testing the speed of all the most popular SD memory cards in the Nikon D5500.
This guide will help you find the best memory cards for your style of shooting.
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 . . .
A memory card speed comparison between all the most popular cards in the Nikon D7200.
Use this guide to help you find the best memory cards for your style of shooting.