Fuji X-T100 is another Fujifilm mirrorless camera aimed at beginners, although it’s a bit more of an advanced camera compared to Fuji X-A5. In fact, the X-T100 sits right between the X-A5 and the X-T20. It has a 24MP APS-C sensor (with Bayer color filter and not Fuji’s own X-Trans array found in Fuji’s more expensive cameras), and while it can shoot video, this camera is mostly aimed at photographers. With that said, here are some of the best SD cards for Fuji X-T100.
Best SD Memory Cards for Fuji X-T100
Unsurprisingly, since this camera is aimed at beginners, it features just one SD card slot, which supports only UHS-I cards. Typically we suggest buyers of mid-range cameras to go with speedier UHS-II SD cards in case they have some spare cash, especially if they plan on upgrading to a better camera sometime in the future, but since X-T100 is aimed at amateurs, there’s a very small chance you’ll be getting rid of it and buying a high-end mirrorless camera anytime soon. That’s exactly why we included only a list of compatible UHS-I memory cards in this article.
UHS-I SD cards (ranked by write speeds):
|SD CARD||READ SPEED||WRITE SPEED||SEE PRICE|
|SanDisk Extreme Pro 64GB UHS-I U3||Up to 95 MB/s||Up to 90 MB/s|
|Kingston 64GB UHS-I U3||Up to 90 MB/s||Up to 80 MB/s|
|Sony 64GB UHS-I U3||Up to 94 MB/s||Up to 70 MB/s|
|Transcend 64GB UHS-I U3||Up to 95 MB/s||Up to 60 MB/s|
|SanDisk Extreme Plus 64GB UHS-I U3||Up to 90 MB/s||Up to 60 MB/s|
Recommended SD Cards for 4K Video on Fuji X-T100
While Fuji markets this camera as being able to shoot 4K video, it can only records at this resolution at 15 fps, which any SD card on the market today can handle. It can also shoot 1080p video at 60fps, but we doubt you bought (or are planning to buy) this camera if you’re into video shooting.
If you are looking to upgrade your photography and step up from a smartphone, then Fuji X-T100 is definitely a solid choice, and we hope this article helped you choose a right SD card for it.