As you may have known that the Skydio 2 can’t fly without a properly formatted microSD card. The Skydio 2 doesn’t have any internal storage, every time you fly your drone, you need to make sure that you insert an sd card into the card slot. Also, it supports recording 4K videos, so only those who meet the requirement can work with the drone.
So which sd cards are the best for Skydio 2?
According to Skydio 2 website, it requires a UHS Speed Class 3 (U3) or faster microSD card to record 4k video. I am sure you may already have some sd cards in your hand, please make sure that the meet this basic requirement, if so you would be able to use them on your Skydio 2, otherwise, you will have compatibility issues.
If what you have doesn’t meet the requirement, keep reading.
4K videos take much more space than HD videos, so sd cards that come with larger storage would work better, e.g. a 128G sd card can cover the recording of 4 batteries’ flying time. For most people, 64G sd cards are the best options.
When it comes to the Max size of Skydio 2 sd cards, there is no specific requirement, the biggest one listed on Skydio 2 store is a Sandisk 128G sd card.
Based on the requirements and all the information we collected, here is the list of the best sd cards for Skydio 2.
Best microSD cards for Skydio 2 List
- It’s not recommended to fly with only one sd card. You never know what would happen after you get your drone up in the air. If it flies away or crashes, you may lose everything. But if you have 2 or more sd cards, you can change the sd card when you change the battery.
- Sometimes you may just forget to insert the sd card back, or the only-one sd card fails, you don’t have any backup.
- If you think 128G sd cards are not enough, then you can consider 256G ones