The 9 Best Cfast 2.0 Memory Cards
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February 27, 2019:
Since the targeted demographic for these types of memory cards includes professional photographers, film producers, and die-hard photography buffs looking to store still pictures and high-definition video content in a secure manner, I considered storage capacity, fast transfer speeds, and reliability above most other values. For example, the ProGrade Digital (along with several other items) supports a 512-gigabyte memory capacity and a 550-megabyte per second read speed, so it's ideal for professional film makers looking to capture video in up to 8K resolution. Also included the EgoDisk Pro for its durable construction, shock-resistant design, integrated overload protection, and ability to withstand extreme temperatures. Also added the Angelbird AV Pro due to their Stable Stream technology, which minimizes recording latency. I thought the Sony G Series and Lexar Professional were both practical options for those who love taking a lot of pictures, thanks to their use of advanced file recovery software to mitigate potential data damage. Finally, added the Delkin Cinema for its built-in magnet and x-ray protection as well as its bad block detection.