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UHS-II Camera List: Cameras that Support UHS-II SD Card Interface

Since UHS-II was announced 2011 it has taken years for cameras manufacturers to add the high-speed interface to new cameras. The first use of UHS-II was in Panasonic camcorders in 2013 with microP2 cards. In 2014, the first consumer digital cameras to support UHS-II were released. First the Fuji XT-1 and later the Samsung NX1. In 2015 Olympus began offering cameras with UHS-II support and in 2016 Nikon released the D500 that includes the UHS-II interface.

The following list is for cameras that support the UHS-II interface. This list is updated periodically as new cameras are announced and released.

UHS-II Cameras

Manufacturer Camera Model Slot 1 Slot 2 Announcement Date Notes
Fuji X-T1 UHS-II January 28, 2014
Fuji X-Pro2 UHS-II UHS-I January 14, 2016 Dual SD card slots, however only Slot 1 supports UHS-II
Fuji X-T2 UHS-II UHS-II July 7, 2016 Dual UHS-II Slots
Fuji GFX 50S UHS-II UHS-II September 19, 2016 Dual UHS-II Slots
Leica Leica SL (Typ 601) UHS-II UHS-I October 20, 2015 Slot 1: UHS-II, Slot 2: UHS-I
Nikon D500 XQD UHS-II January 6, 2016 Slot 1: XQD, Slot 2: UHS-II
Nikon D850 XQD UHS-II August 24, 2017 Slot 1: XQD, Slot 2: UHS-II
Olympus OM-D E-M5 II UHS-II February 5, 2015
Olympus OM-D E-M10 II UHS-II August 25, 2015
Olympus PEN-F UHS-II January 27, 2016
Olympus OM-D E-M1 II UHS-II UHS-I November 2, 2016 Dual SD card slots, however only Slot 1 supports UHS-II
Panasonic GH5 UHS-II UHS-II January 4, 2017 Dual UHS-II card slots
Samsung NX1 UHS-II September 15, 2014
Sony A9 UHS-II UHS-I April 19, 2017 Dual SD card slots, however only Slot 1 supports UHS-II
Sony A7R III UHS-II UHS-I October 25, 2017 Dual SD card slots, however only Slot 1 supports UHS-II

Updated November 29, 2017

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