GoPro fans are lining up for the latest GoPro camera, the HERO10. As with older HERO models such as last year’s HERO9, the HERO10 camera is packaged with a smaller capacity microSD card that will quickly fill up. If you have a GoPro you’ll want to upgrade your card so your camera doesn’t run out of storage capacity while shooting your 4K UHD videos.
What are the best microSD cards for the GoPro HERO10?
Due to the HERO10’s impressive processing, GoPro recommends a fast micro SDXC card with at least a v30 or UHS-1 rating. Slower cards may cause noticeable “lag” in any high-def recording, so go with the faster cards. Fast write speeds are crucial.
Also consider how many hours of 4K video you’ll be recording. A 32GB card can store approximately 45 minutes of 4K (60fps) video, while a 128GB card can store over 3 hours. Make sure your card doesn’t run out of storage while you are recording your latest outdoor (or underwater) adventure!
OEMPCWORLD employees have many years of experience in flash memory products. We recommend these microSD cards for your GoPro camera:
SanDisk Extreme (128GB, 256GB, and 512GB sizes)
Samsung EVO Plus (128GB, 256GB, and 512GB sizes)
SanDisk Extreme Pro (256GB and 400GB sizes)
Lexar High-Performance Professional (128GB and 256GB sizes)
Kioxia Exceria Plus (128GB and 256GB sizes)