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The DJI Spark is a small drone for hobby pilots, for holiday videos and other private or semi-professional flight maneuvers or photos and videos from the air. In addition to the extensive functions, the good flight characteristics and other noteworthy specs that you, among other things, in large DJI Spark test with comparison to the DJI Mavic Pro As you can read, a question naturally arises with regard to photo and video recordings: Which is the best SD card for the DJI Spark drone? Should you rather use a microSDHC or microSDXC? Here you get an overview of the suitable microSD memory for the camera drone!
The manufacturers SanDisk, Kingston and Samsung are direct from the manufacturer of the camera drone recommended. In detail, their UHS-1 microSD cards with HC (high capacity) and 16 or 32 GB storage or their microSDs with XC (extended capacity) and 64 GB storage space are proposed. As has already been emphasized several times here in the blog, due to consistently positive experience with long-term use, I naturally tend to storage media from SanDisk. I link these and the other SD cards recommended by DJI for the Spark drone to you here in an overview:
The best SD card for the DJI Spark Drone is the one you use. Because in addition to the proposed models for the removable storage in the quadrocopter, you can of course also use other, similar cards. Depending on the storage capacity, you only have to drag the saved photos and videos to the computer or another storage medium more or less often.
Maybe you don't even use the DJI Spark, but are looking for the right SD memory for the DJI Mavic Air? Then you should take a look at this guide: DJI Mavic Air - which SD card is compatible? Do you have any questions, recommendations, experiences or other content on the topic, please leave a comment. You can also use the search on this page to view further articles, guides, instructions and tests of drones and other interesting gadgets. Have fun!
After graduating from high school, Johannes completed an apprenticeship as a business assistant specializing in foreign languages. But then he decided to research and write, which resulted in his independence. For several years he has been working for Sir Apfelot, among others. His articles include product introductions, news, manuals, video games, consoles, and more. He follows Apple keynotes live via stream.