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 AngelBird v60 card is a mid-range UHS-II card that is great for any video bitrate up to 480Mbps but also runs with fast UHS-II read speeds for fast transfer speeds, as well as decently fast write speeds for fast buffer clearing.
The Angel Bird V90 card is a UHS-II card with a speed class rated at 90MB/s. Angel Bird is a relatively new brand that offers good performance at a competitive…
When benchmarking the ProGrade V60 UHS-II card we recorded top reading speeds at 167.6MBs which is a little low for a UHS-II card. It's possible we need to upgrade our cards to a newer model, or the Prograde V60 card was not fully compatible with our Sandisk UHS-II USB-C memory card reader that we use for all our benchmarks to keep scores consistent over time.
The Sony G Tough card is the flagship top-performing UHS-II SD memory card. This card has a v90 rating which means a minimum write speed of 90MB/s or 720Mbps. For 4k or 8k recording, any camera that offers a video bitrate of 720Mbps or less will be able to use this card without any problems.
Amplim is another one of those many white-label memory card companies. We are not sure where they actually get their cards from but they manage to sell quite a few of them and if you see them on sale sometimes they can be tempting.
The Verbatim Pro Memory card is a mid-range UHS-I U3 SD memory card. While the card doesn't have the fastest write speeds, the u3 rating guarantees a minimum write speed of 30MB/s, making this still a great card for any 4k video recordings under 240Mbps.
The Verbatim Pro+ U3 memory card is their flagship UHS-I memory card and produces some pretty impressive speeds for a pretty good price. With the v30 rating, this is also a great option for midrange 4k video with a data rate of no more than 240Mbps. Which isn't bad at all when using H.265.