If you have a Nikon Zf, you might be wondering what kind of memory cards to use for it. The Nikon Zf has two slots, one for UHS-II SD cards and one for micro SD cards. But not all cards are the same. In this post, we will explain the difference between UHS-II and UHS-I cards, and why you need a UHS-II card for 4k video. We will also recommend some of the best memory cards for the Nikon Zf, and how to choose the right one for your needs.
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.
With so many different types of memory cards on the market, it can get a little confusing as to what you need based on all the specs cards have to offer.
For the Nikon Z fc, you only need a UHS-I SD memory card with a U3 speed class.
The Nikon Z 6II and Z 7II now have the ability to take both CFexpress / XQD and UHS-I or UHS-II memory cards.
There are a lot of different speed classes and ways to configure your camera to run with these UHS-II cards. This guide should help you get started on what you need for how you like to shoot so that you don't buy more than you need.
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