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I am planning to purchase the new FujiFilm XT-4 when it is available in NL. 

With the launch of the XT-4 FujiFilm removed the supported SD Cards from the compatibility section on their website.
The link is still present on the XT-3 specifications website but the link is not working anymore

* 1 Please see the Fujifilm website to check memory card compatibility
https://www.fujifilm.com/support/digital_cameras/compatibility/card/x/?_ga=2.36026537.881780981.1588514698-1422211324.1588514698  

I am planning to shoot both video and stills, and I selected two SD cards of 128 GB SDXC V90 UHS-II on their specifications and price

Does anyone have any experience with those SD cards?
Is there any way I can verify with FujiFilm which 128 GB SDXC V90 UHS-II are supported or recommended by them?

W.A. Neijs

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I have used the ProGrade card on my X-T3 and been happy with the results.

The only curious problem I had was in mixing SanDisk and Prograde UHS-II cards in different slots.

So based on that experience I'd get two copies of the same card.

(Even for the X-T3 the specific card recommendations from Fuji were outdated)

Edited by Greybeard
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Yeah according to Ken Wheeler who fixed cameras, and used/owned almost every lens, Lexar is trash.  

Search YouTube videos:  All FUJIFILM.....please STOP sticking LEXAR SD cards in your Fuji.

In a email he said "USE SANDISK 300/MB ONLY".  Avoid "Prograde", and especially "Sony" and Lexar.

Until Sandisk gets their head out of their backside and makes faster cards we will just have to make due.

Some bonus advice (search YouTube)
ALL Mirrorless DON'T Please DON'T burn your mirrorless sensor!
Angry Photographer: THANKS LEXAR!! .....for BRICKING my DSLR....trash cards
 

 

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On 6/17/2020 at 7:50 PM, Kasumi3344 said:

Yeah according to Ken Wheeler who fixed cameras, and used/owned almost every lens, Lexar is trash.  

Search YouTube videos:  All FUJIFILM.....please STOP sticking LEXAR SD cards in your Fuji.

In a email he said "USE SANDISK 300/MB ONLY".  Avoid "Prograde", and especially "Sony" and Lexar.

Until Sandisk gets their head out of their backside and makes faster cards we will just have to make due.

Some bonus advice (search YouTube)
ALL Mirrorless DON'T Please DON'T burn your mirrorless sensor!
Angry Photographer: THANKS LEXAR!! .....for BRICKING my DSLR....trash cards
 

 

I mainly use Lexar and have no problem at all ! Stop promotting only Sandisk in many threads which is not more reliable than Lexar, Proglide, Sony, etc ! Ken Wheeler is not a guru !

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I am just about to buy some new sd cards for my new X-T4. I have been using 128 GB Lexar UHS-II in my X-T3 and 1 for a few years and had no problems. This thread is interesting. I've only ever had one card fail which I believe was Transcend but I was able to recover all the files. Maybe I'm lucky but I guess any card can fail, luck of the draw if you buy a decent branded product

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On 11/17/2020 at 10:09 AM, waneijs said:

 

It's funny, this is not an error,  I thought that as well, while "Storing" means "error" in dutch. 
But it only means that it's storing info to the card. It's storing the picture, it mostly comes up after HDR or something that takes time. So it's not an error. 

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Edited by Olaf W.
Quite corrected, hopefully
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