ProGrade vs Sandisk is up for debate. Which UHS-II card is better? My review is based on real world experience. I am long time fan of SanDisk but as a creator and consumer I need to pick what SD card is best for me and my budget. As a professional I need to pick what SD card is best for my clients.
When looking at purchasing a UHS-II card we need to be careful as they are expensive. We need to make sure that they perform for our cameras and the sustained write speed is achieved. Buffer recovery or buffer emptying is critical to work flow. I analyze this is int eh Prograde UHS-II V90 card and compare it with the SanDisk UHS-II V90 card.
0:50 Reliable explanation
1:50 Why the SanDisk UHS-II is disappointing
4:09 Example of the buffer emptying
5:22 Stats on Transfer Speeds of Video
6:05 Stats on Transfer Speeds of Images
6:28 Transfer Speeds and differences
7:10 Slow transfer speed of JPG files
7:53 How long does it take the buffer to fill UHS-I vs UHS-II for SanDisk cads
8:44 How long does it take the buffer to fill UHS-I vs UHS-II for ProGrade cards
9:44 How long does it take for the buffer to empty on the Canon R
11:25 How long does it take for the buffer to empty on the Canon R6 with SanDisk UHS-II
11:53 How long does it take for the buffer to empty on the Canon R6 with SanDisk UHS-I
12:10 How long does it take for the buffer to empty on the Canon R6 with ProGrade UHS-II
12:44 Dual card recording on the Canon R6
13:52 Dual card recording on the Canon R5
14:25 Which card should you buy? Price point?
15:58 Why this is disappointing and why we need to test before we keep
17:58 Camera types and how we should think about cards
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