Make sure you check out our extensive guide to the top SD cards available for your DJI Osmo Action 4! In this guide, we've diligently researched and put various SD cards to the test. We've gathered specifications and prices to assist you in discovering only the finest memory cards for your action camera!
The DJI Air 2s drone is packed with a ton of features and some really competitive video recording specs such as 5.4k 150Mbps H.265 recording with various Log options.
To take advantage of the best video specs and features this drone has to offer, you will need to choose the right memory card. This means a minimum of a UHS-I with a U3 rating, but also a card no larger than 256GB which is the maximum capacity for the Air 2s.
The ultimate guide to the best and most reliable memory cards for the DJI Osmo Action. I've tested each microSD memory card in the camera to see which cards perform the best.
I've also Included the official list DJI has been recommending for their devices as well as my top five recommendations, with a few cards that aren't on their list.
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