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Best DJI Mini 3 Pro SD Cards

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Buying a drone is a tricky task, and after determining which model is best for you, you must then select an SD card that will meet all your needs.

You don’t have to break the bank to buy the costliest; instead, use your judgment to get the one that’s right for your drone and your needs.

The DJI Mini 3 Pro requires Micro SD cards. They need to support Level 3 speeds and have enough storage space to hold all the information the drone produces over a full day of recording and image-taking.

To do that, even though we all know that many more batteries are frequently consumed, we will assume that a full working day will require a minimum of three batteries.

In this article, we will teach you how SD cards are categorized by their size, reading speed, and capacity. This way, you will be able to choose the one that is most convenient for your needs.

Furthermore, we will see some examples of storage needs and tell you which SD cards are officially recommended by DJI.

Let us start!

Top 5 SD Cards for DJI Mini 3 Pro #

We’ll get straight to it and show you the top SD cards for your drone because we know many of you could be in a hurry.

To be able to make an informed choice regarding which one to purchase, we do, however, strongly advise that you read the entire article.

We have compiled a list of the top 5 Micro SD cards that you can use with your drone, as there are many different types available.

Keep in mind that all of them are officially supported by DJI, therefore, whichever option you select, there won’t be any compatibility issues.

1. SanDisk Extreme Pro #

We begin our selection of the best Micro SD cards with a card made for professionals.

The SanDisk Extreme Pro offers superior reading and writing speeds. This card is perfect for you if you are one of those people that constantly transfer data from your drone to your computer.

Besides its dizzying speeds, the SanDisk Extreme Pro withstands high and low temperatures, is waterproof, shock-resistant, etc.

Reading Speed
170 MB/s

Writing speed
90 MB/s

Depending on your storage needs, we recommend any of these three:


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