I’ve finished my UHS-II vs UHS-I memory card speed test with the Samsung NX1 to determine which memory card is the best for the camera.
Although the Samsung NX1 claims to take advantage of UHS-II memory cards, the results show otherwise.
See the best SD memory card for the Samsung NX1.
An Olympus E-M5 II Memory Card Speed Test done with the most popular memory cards out there.
Currently the Fujifilm X-T1 is one of the only cameras that can take advantage of the UHS-II memory cards. Because of this, I’ve ordered several of the most popular UHS-II memory cards and have included them in the Fuji X-T1 memory card speed test.
The results are impressive, but not all the UHS-II memory cards will outperform regular UHS-I cards so use this chart to guide you when making a purchase decision.
A speed test between some of the most popular SD memory cards in the Sony RX100 III.
Use this guide to find the best memory cards for your style and budget.
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.
A speed comparison between the most popular UHS-I and UHS-II SD memory cards in the Sony A6000.
Use this guide to help you find the best memory cards for your shooting style and budget.
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.
A speed comparison between all the most popular SD and CF memory cards taken in the Nikon D810.
Use this guide to find the best memory cards for your style of shooting.
A memory card speed comparison between many of the popular SD memory cards in the Sony A7r, A7s and A7.
Use this guide to find the best memory cards for video or your style of shooting.