The Panasonic GH6 has adopted the new CFexpress Type-B which now allows for some pretty significant improvements in video features. The CFexpress market is a little chaotic and it's important to buy the right cards for the right situation so you don't spend too much money or end up with a card that doesn't perform according to your needs. Use this guide to find the best memory cards for the Panasonic GH6.
Fujifilm's flagship action and video machine features some very high-end specs with very high-end video features. Now with the option of using CFexpress and UHS-II memory cards, setting up the camera to maximize performance isn't so simple, and with the high-end video features, higher-end cards will be required. Use this guide to help you to find the best SD and CFexpress memory cards for the Fujifilm X-H2s
As Sony's flagship cameras, the Sony A1 features some pretty competitive features and hardware which allow it to take advantage of the very fastest CFexpress Type-A memory card. This guide covers the specs, requirements, and benchmarks of the various type of memory cards and their speed classes for the Sony A1.
Currently, there are only a few CFexpress Type-A cards. These benchmarks are taken with an AJA system test with a Macbook Pro, using the Prograde CFx Type-A reader. The tests are run using 4GB files sizes with the Video Frame Size at 3840x2160 10-bit. The test is performed several times and the fastest results are chosen.
If you're buying the Z9 today, you'll want the 128GB Delkin Black CFexpress cards. They are currently the fastest card and should give you around 80 RAW lossless shots per burst. If you need a memory card larger than 128GB, the Prograde Cobalt or Wise Pro cards will be the fastest.