Best Memory Cards for Olympus E-M1X

The recently announced Olympus OM-D E-M1X M4/3 mirrorless camera is a  sports-oriented high-end camera. E-M1X has two SD card slots, and both supporting UHS-II media. In order to max use of E-M1X, for example shooting 4K videos and shooting sports event, a fast card is a must. Otherwise, you’ll miss most of your shots waiting for the buffer to clear. The best choice is to use the UHS-II memory cards.  Below are a list of top recommended UHS-II SD memory cards for Olympus E-M1X mirrorless camera.
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Best Memory Cards for Sony a6400

The Sony a6400 (Amazon/B&H/Adorama) is a mid-range APS-C mirrorless camera that replaces a6300 & a5100. a6400 has 4K video at 30p, has one memory card slot, supports UHS-I SD memory cards. In order max use of a6400, for example shoot 4K video, a fast card is a must. Otherwise, you’ll miss most of your shots waiting for the buffer to clear. There are a lot of great SD memory cards available on the market. Below are a list of top recommended SD memory cards for Sony a6400 APS-C mirrorless camera.

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Best Memory Card for Canon EOS R

Canon’s first full frame mirrorless camera EOS R has only one memory card slot, the good news is that it supports UHS-II memory cards. In order max use of EOS R, for example shoot 4K video, a fast card is a must. Otherwise, you’ll miss most of your shots waiting for the buffer to clear. The best choice is to use the UHS-II memory cards. Currently, Sony, Lexar, SanDisk are produce UHS-II memory cards. Below are a list of top recommended UHS-II SD memory cards for Canon EOS R full frame mirrorless camera.
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