I have a new conundrum for you all to chew the fat about. SD cards for the XT2. Yes, I can read the manual. Fuji require me to spend out on something like an SDXC class3 64GB card FOR EACH SLOT. I have no doubt that these are very wonderful pieces of silicon engineering indeed, but why the hell would I NEED 64Gb ? Even for 30 minutes of video filming in 4k I bet a 16GB card would stow it away in just a few of its pockets and not even open the rucksack on its back. Just what is the requirement of this huge memory for? Now, before you jump in with what you have been suckered into going and buying. I had an 8GB card in my little point and squirt (Nikon P7800), I was suckered into buying this card, because in reality I expect a 1GB would have covered everything I ever did on it. (I still use that camera and have stuck a 4GB card that was lying around in it, some little Kingston horror wearing a blue uniform, so must be from the RAF). I haven't had the camera more than a week, and needed something to shove in the slot to play with. It turns out that this 30MB/s old school, Sandisk SDHC class 1 card works perfectly. I even did some video of geese coming over, badly because I haven't worked out how to alter the exposure in video mode yet, but it recorded perfectly, without any hold ups or hitches and the video clips have downloaded perfectly. Maybe had I splashed out £150 on fancy cards I could have saved myself 2 or 3 minutes while they transferred from the card to the confuser, possibly not because the cockroach drive in my confuser is likely to be a bottleneck anyway. Any thoughts on cards folks, please? Has anyone had similar experiences? has anyone had any glitches from my approach of using older, smaller capacity and slower write speedmcards? I am tempted to just buy another one of these, or maybe the smallest capacity of the higher class card available for the second slot. Currently I am just shooting onto the one card. A BIG SHOOT for me would be maybe 200 shots, hence why I say; what do I need all that wasted capacity for? Perhaps there is a technical reason for it that I don't know. What say you?