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iPad Pro 2018 | Speed Test | USB-C Card Reader | 4K

WOW ! Huge difference between the 2 card readers………

A quick video testing Sandisk / Apple UHS II USB-C card readers for the iPad Pro, you will be surprised at the difference.

Sandisk Card Reader :

Video shot on :

Panasonic GH5

Panasonic GH5S

Lumix Leica 12mm f/1.4 Summilux Lens.

Lumix Leica 12-60mm Lens.

Audio :

Sennheiser AVX wireless system

26 thoughts on “iPad Pro 2018 | Speed Test | USB-C Card Reader | 4K

  1. I got a sandisk extreme card reader, with usb c male plug, but if i want to transfer directly to my iphone, i need a usb-c to lightning. Would this be possible? I have and exact link between the two but it wont confirm or pop up on my iphone? hmm

  2. The USB transfer speed is very slow on your iPad Pro with USB-C 3.1 port. I cannot see the file size in your video. But very probably 4 GB up 5 GB.
    01 min 18 s = 52 MB/s – 65 MB/s (with the fast card reader).

    My OnePlus 7 Pro phone can with smiliar size (1x 5 GB mkv video file) in 16s = 320 MB/s (6x faster). If I connect with the NVMe SSD to the device.

  3. Hi,
    I am planning on buying the Sandisk Card Reader as my 4K video of 6min duration is simply failing to get transferred from my Sony A7RM3.
    I have plugged in the USB-C cable to the iPad and the other end to the USB-C port of the camera but it fails.
    Is there a limit to how long a clip should be for successful transfers?
    Any help would be greatly appreciated.

  4. I copied mp4 files from my pc onto an sd card and tried importing via apple usb-c to sd reader. The iPad shows ‘’no photos to import"…I have the files in a DCIM folder and the are all 8 characters. I’m getting frustrated …. how did you get the video files to import in this video? My files are from a GoPro and a Sony camcorder.

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