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Memory card X-Pro2

Discussion in 'X-Pro2 and X-Pro1' started by Kartoon, May 14, 2018.

  1. Kartoon

    Kartoon Premium Member

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    Gets write error on my card in the XP2. So maybe it`s time to invest in a new card or two. Any recommendations for card(s) that are good enough for the XP2. The best compromise between price and speed/quality? I don't often shoot in burst mode full speed. But on some rear occasions I do.
     
  2. Richard_R

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    San Disk Extreme pro class 10 95 mb/sec write speed will work well.
     
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    I have been using 32GB Lexar 633x SD cards with no problems. Bought a bunch of them for a low price when Lexar discontinued the cards.

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    San Disk Extreme Pro 95 mb/sec cards work great for me, I use them in both Fuji and Nikon without issues.
     
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    You do not say if you shoot or plan to shoot video. Save a few bucks by purchasing the 32 GB models as fast as possible. Fujifilm cards work well for me. The online reference is good.
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    If you're going to shoot in burst mode a high-speed, I really recomend Sandisk UHS-II 300mb/sec Extreme Pro cards. I would stay away from Lexar cards; I've had three fail on me in just over a year, including one that failed just about two months ago; it was brand new. BTW, Lexar is out of business of producing flash memory (they went bankrupt) and is now owned by a Chinese flash memory company.
     
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    Good info. Thanks.
     

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