Here are the Best memory cards for Sony a9 II camra? Check out the top recommended & fastest SD cards for Sony a9 II full frame mirrorless camera with seveal selections below.
The Sony a9 II has two SD card slots that both support the fast UHS-II SD cards. That means you can take full advantage of the ultra high read (transfer speed) and write speeds (fast buffer clearing time) of UHS-II cards to get the best performance out of you Sony a9 II. In addition, Dual UHS-II-compatible SD memory card slots allow for flexible file saving and handling and can be configured to partition raw and JPEG files or can be used for overflow recording. Featuring a 35mm full-frame 24.2MP stacked Exmor RS CMOS sensor and an updated BIONZ X processor, the Sony a9 II (Amazon, B&H, Adorama) is an amazing mirrorless camera is created specifically to support working professionals in the fields of sports photography and photojournalism. And the Sony a9 II is capable of completely silent continuous shooting up to 20fps at full 24.2MP resolution in RAW+JPEG with continuous AF/AE (autofocus and auto exposure) tracking at 60 calculations per second and no EVF or LCD blackout, and continuous shooting at up to 10 fps with mechanical shutter. In addition to stills, UHD 4K video recording is supported at up to 30 fps and Quick and Slow Motion recording is also available.
For Sony a9 II users who love shooting sports and 4K videos, in order to get the best out of your Sony a9 II mirrorless camera, we highly recommend using dual UHS-II memory cards from the list below. Below are our top recommended & fastest SD cards for Sony a9 II camera based on the speed and price. Continue reading “Best Memory Cards for Sony a9 II”
Here are the best memory cards for Olympus OM-D E-M5 Mark III ? Check out the list of top recommended & fastest SD cards for Olympus E-M5 III mirrorless camera.
The Olympus OM-D E-M5 Mark III has a single SD card slot that fully supports the ultra-fast UHS-II SD memory cards. That means you can take advantage of the ultra high read (transfer speed) and write speeds (fast buffer clearing time) of UHS-II cards to get the best performance out of your Olympus OM-D E-M5 Mark III mirrorless camera. Featuring a 20.4MP MOS sensor and a TruePic VIII image processor, the Olympus E-M5 Mark III (Amazon, B&H, Adorama) is capable of quick continuous shooting up to 10 fps with a mechanical shutter, up to 30 fps shooting with an electronic shutter, and DCI and UHD 4K30p video recording. Compact, lightweight and comfortable, the Olympus E-M5 Mark III is able to capture stunning images on-the-go making it the perfect travel companion. Just enjoy versatile shooting features like Pro capture, live composite, focus stacking, and anti-flicker shooting.
In order to get the best performance out of your Olympus E-M5 III camera, here we list the top recommended & fastest SD cards for Olympus OM-D E-M5 Mark III mirrorless camera based on the speed and price.
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Looking for the best memory cards for FujiFilm X-A7 ? Here we picked out the top recommended & fastest SD cards for the FujiFilm X-A7 mirrorless camera.
The FujiFilm X-A7 mirrorless camera has a single SD card slot that supports UHS-I SD cards. That means there are no benefits to get a UHS-II card, unless you really need fast read speeds (which enables you to transfer files to your computer quicker).
Featuring a 24.2MP APS-C CMOS sensor, the FujiFilm X-A7 (Adorama, B&H and Amazon) is capable of recording UHD 4K video at 30 fps and FHD video at 60 fps, as well as full-resolution continuous stills shooting at up to 6 fps. Simply put, the Fujifilm X-A7 features an all-new 24MP APS-C X-Trans CMOS III sensor with the same color reproduction, famous film simulations, quality, and abilities as the sensors riding in their top-tier X-system cameras like the X-T3 and X-Pro2, and it is a sleek mirrorless camera capable of apt stills and video recording.
As we’ve said above, the FujiFilm X-A7 has only one card slot that is limited to UHS-I speeds. So for the users of X-A7, we highly recommend getting a fast and reliable UHS-I SD card like the SanDisk Extreme PRO UHS-I SDXC Card 170 MB/s (V30, U3). But if you have some other cameras that support the UHS-II cards, buying an UHS-II card would maximize your advantages and could be a better choice.
Below are our top recommended & fastest SD cards for FujiFilm X-A7 mirrorless camera based on the speed and price. Continue reading “Best Memory Cards for FujiFilm X-A7”
In addition to the new SanDisk Extreme PRO CFexpress Card Type B, Lexar and ProGrade Digital also announced their CFexpress memory cards.
The newly announced Canon EOS C500 Mark II cinema camera now supports CFexpress cards, and the upcoming Canon EOS-1D X Mark III and Nikon D6 will probably support the CFexpress cards.
- Lexar Professional CFexpress Type-B Memory Card: Available in 128GB and 256GB versions, max read speed: 1,750MB/s, max write speed: 1,000MB/s.
- ProGrade Digital CFexpress 1.0 Cobalt Memory Card: 325GB, max read speed: 1,600MB/s, max write speed: 1,400MB/s.
- ProGrade Digital CFexpress 1.0 Gold Memory Card: Available in 120GB, 256GB, 325GB, 512GB and 1TB versions, max read speed: 1,600MB/s, max write speed: 1,000MB/s.
Profoto has announced the new C1 and C1 Plus studio lights for smartphones. The US price for Profoto C1 is $299, now available for pre-order at B&H Photo Video/Adorama. The US price for Profoto C1 Plus is $499, now available for pre-order at B&H Photo Video/Adorama.
Profoto products can also be used with mirrorless and DSLR cameras, but as they can both be controlled by Profoto’s iPhone app, a smartphone is a natural partner. Continue reading “Profoto C1 Plus and C1: Specs, Price Release Date Announced”
SanDisk officially announced the world first CFexpress memory card.
SanDisk Extreme Pro CFexpress Type B Memory Card, the 512GB version now available for pre-order at B&H Photo Video for $599.99. And the CFexpress card reader costs $49.99 at B&H Photo Video. Continue reading “SanDisk Announced Extreme Pro CFexpress Type B Memory Card (512GB Version for $599)”
The Techart Sony E to Nikon Z Autofocus Adapter (TZE-01) is the world’s first autofocus adapter that allows Sony E-mount lenses to retain the automatic focus functionality when used on Nikon Z6 and Z7 cameras.
The Techart Sony E to Nikon Z Autofocus Adapter is currently available for pre-order priced at $249. Continue reading “Techart Sony E to Nikon Z Autofocus Adapter (TZE-01)”
Yongnuo has announced two new products: the EF-E II Adapter for Sony E-mount cameras and the YN560TX Pro TTL flash.
The new adapter is available to purchase from online retailers now for $99.99 USD, but the YN560TX Pro flash won’t be available to buy until some time in June.No pricing information for the YN560TX Pro TTL flash is currently available. Continue reading “Yongnuo YN560TX Pro TTL flash and EF-E II Adapter for Sony E-mount”
A new Meike MK-Z7G metal hand grip for Nikon Z6 and Z7 full frame mirrorless cameras spotted.
The hand grip for Nikoz Z system is currently in stock at Amazon and offers increased balance to help minimise camera shake when shooting handheld.
Meike MK-Z7G is a metal handheld handle adaptable to Nikon Z7 camera base, it can be fixed to the camera bottom to increase the bottom weight for anti-vibration and anti-shaking, Skidproof leather-like hand grip enhance the comfortability when holding the grip.Features two 1/4 screw holes at the bottom of the grip, enables you to attach the grip to the camera and a tripod that the shooting is handier. Continue reading “Meike MK-Z7G metal hand grip for Nikon Z6 & Z7”
Sigma announced 11 of its Art prime lenses will soon be available in L-Mount, plus the launch of the Sigma Mount Converter MC-21, which will allow Sigma’s SA mount and Canon EF mount lenses to be used on L-Mount camera bodies. Continue reading “Sigma Announce 11 L-Mount Lenses and MC-21 SA/EF Mount Converter”