Manfrotto Professional SDXC UHS-II

Renowned tripod manufacturer has branched out into a range of memory cards including some high-speed SD cards

Manfrotto Professional SDXC UHS-II card review
(Image: © Angela Nicholson/Digital Camera World)

Digital Camera World Verdict

If you’re looking for a tough SDXC card that can transfer images quickly to your computer, the Manfrotto Professional SDXC UHS-II makes a great choice, but if you want to maximize the burst depth of your camera, there are better options out there.


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    Rugged construction

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    Good read/write speeds

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    Reasonable price


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    Limited capacity range

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    Not Manfrotto’s area of expertise

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    In-camera performance lags behind other cards

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Manfrotto is best know as a tripod manufacturer but over the last few years it has started offering other photographic accessories including two SDXC cards. These cards are UHS-II compliant cards and available with a capacity of 64GB or 128GB. Both have read speeds of up to 280MB/s and writes speeds up to 250MB/s and are V90 cards which means that they have minimum write and read speeds of 90MB/s and are suitable for recording 4K and 8K video.


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Angela Nicholson

Angela has been testing camera gear from all the major manufacturers since January 2004 and has been Amateur Photographer’s Technical Editor and Head of Testing for Future Publishing’s photography portfolio (Digital Camera MagazinePhotoPlus: The Canon MagazineN-PhotoPractical PhotoshopPhotography Week and Professional Photography magazines, as well as the Digital Camera World and TechRadar websites). She is the founder of SheClicks - a community group that encourages and supports female photographers.