The Freetail Evoke Pro is a v60 U3 UHS-II memory card.
This is a midrange memory card with nothing really fancy going on. It has slightly slower performance than all the other white-label memory cards like Amplim, Hoodman Steel, Lexar 1667x, etc. But it could be that I just need to update to the latest version.
The V60 rating does make this a good choice or mid-range bitrate video recordings if you can find this card for a good price. It always performs well in our in-camera memory card tests.
FreeTail Evoke Pro V60 UHS-II Review
When looking at the read and write speeds of the FreeTail Evoke Pro, this card is a touch slower than the other white label cards running a write speed of 102.8MB/s and a read speed of 238.5 MB/s.
Speeds were recording in the Sandisk USB-C UHS-II Memory card reader using Windows 10 with Crystal Disk.
Since this card is slightly closer than the other generic brands, you should compare prices before buying, especially since this card doesn’t have any bonus features like a tough build or error correction. ProGrade v60 and Delkin V60 cards come with error correction and Sony, Hoodman Steel and Delkin also make tough cards.
|Memory Card Name||USB-C Read Speeds||USB-C Write Speeds|
|FreeTail Evoke Pro V60||238.5 MB/s||102.8 MB/s|
FreeTail Evoke Pro V60 For Video
The v60 memory cards are great all-around cards, but they are especially good for video recordings since they support a bitrate of up to 480Mbps. This is good enough for the Sony 4k H.265 recordings from the FX3 or A7sIII. However, it won’t cut it for the 600Mbps 4k H.264 recording or many of the Canon R5 recording specs. You’ll need to keep the bitrate under 480Mbps.
To see how this card performs in your camera see if we tested by looking up your model in this guide: Memory cards tested in cameras.
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