Angelbird CFExpress Type B Cards have been impressing and performing rather well. The Angelbird CFExpress Type B card SX version was released to compete for the entry consumers buying cameras like the R5 that need a CFExpress type B card at a fast speed to achieve fast photo frame rates. The price point is favourable with the Angelbird CFExpress Type B Cards especially with the SE and SX versions. With the high price points in the industry (at the time of this recording) these budget friendly prices give the opportunity for anyone to jump into a new cameras. The Angelbird CFExpress Type B 168 GB SX card is a photo centric first card. It is made for those photographer enthusiasts but still delivers on the photos. The space is not as big as the Pro versions but then again the price just makes it favorable for most.
You are not able to complete a shoot with the canon R5 if shooting at a high frame rate in RAW. You will need multiple cards. That being said, JPEG images will be great and one or two will do for a wedding. In my opinion however, if you have a high powered camera like an R5 or flag ship then RASW would be the way to go. Keep this in mind. Having a couple of these is a no brainer at this price point however.
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