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.
The Mavic 3 has some new and improved features with some updated video specs. While this new Mavic 3 you get 8GB of built-in memory you'll still likely want to have a larger external micro sd memory card to give you quick access to the files. This guide will help you find the best memory cards for the DJI Mavic 3.
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.
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…