SD Cards That Work With GoPro Cameras

To consistently achieve the best results with your GoPro it is important to select microSD cards that are known to work well with your camera. We recommend only purchasing name-brand SD cards through official resellers.
 

CameraMinimum RequirementsRecommended SD Cards
HERO11 Black
HERO11 Black Mini
HERO10 Black
HERO10 Black Bones
microSD card with v30 or UHS-3 ratingSandisk Extreme, Extreme Plus, Extreme Pro: 32/64/128/256/512GB

Lexar Professional 1066x Silver Series, Fly: 64/128/256/512GB

Samsung EVO Plus, EVO Select, EVO PRO Plus: 128/256/512GB

ADATA Premiere Pro: 512GB

Gigastone A1 and A2: 128/256GB

Amazon Basics: 64/128GB

PNY Elite, Premier-X, Pro Elite: 64/128/256/512GB and 1TB
HERO9 Black
HERO8 Black
MAX
HERO7 Black and older cameras (* See exceptions below)
microSD card with at least Class 10 or UHS-1 rating


*Additional Information

  • HERO4 and HERO Session: Support up to a 128GB microSD card.
  • HERO3 Black, HERO3+, HERO+, and HERO+ LCD: Support up to a 64GB microSD card.
  • HERO (2014): Supports up to a 32GB microSD card.
  • HD HERO2: Requires a Class 10 SD card up to 32 GB. 
  • HD HERO Original & HD HERO 960: Require a Class 4 SD card up to 32 GB.
  • Standard Definition HERO: Support up to a 2GB standard SD memory card. 

Best SD Card Practices

For best results while recording and saving media, we recommend that you delete the files from your SD card (referred to as formatting your SD card) frequently using the format/delete all options in your camera's settings. For instructions on formatting your SD card with your specific camera, please check out this article.

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