Fujifilm X-T2 UHS-II vs UHS-I Comparison Videos


Many photographers have debated the value of UHS-II cards in the Fujifilm X-T2. Now Lexar has produced a video to demonstrated how affectively they perform. I have been using Lexar 2000X Professional cards along my 1000x Professional cards for a while now and I definitely notice a difference when bursting a lot and that’s between two different UHS-II designs.

The Fujifilm X-T2 with Lexar 2000X will shoot 1000 frames JPEG compared to 337 with a normal UHS-I card. When shooting RAW the number drops to 96 frames with the Lexar 2000x and 35 with a normal UHS-I card. If you use a speed booster the number drops because the buffer fills much quicker. With speed booster the Fujifilm X-T2 with Lexar 2000X will shoot 90 frames JPEG compared to 86 with a normal UHS-I card. When shooting RAW the number drops to 36 frames with the Lexar 2000x and 28 with a normal UHS-I card. Here the cards are better for clearing the buffer more quickly, so you can save a few seconds between bursts.

Lexar 2000x B&H Photo / Amazon / Adorama
Fujifilm X-T2: B&H Photo / Amazon / Adorama
FUJIFILM X-T2 Graphite Edition B&H Photo / Adorama / Amazon
Vertical Power Booster VPB-XT2 B&H PhotoAmazon / Adorama


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