This will be a short one, but you can never have enough SD cards. However, the quality of your SD card can step up your game.
I’ve been using these 250/Mbps Lexar cards for all my work, and I find them excellent. They’re UHS-II styled cards, so they’re much faster than your typical SD card, allowing you to record high frame rate video, a burst of RAW files and more, all without studdering the card. When I first bought my camera a few years ago, I wasn’t paying attention to my card speeds, and I would have a lot of issues filming 4K footage at 60fps. Since stepping up, my camera hasn’t errored out similarly.
I’ll also mention that the new 14-inch and 16-inch MacBook Pro computers also use UHS-II SD card readers, so you can offload footage efficiently from these cards.
The 128GB version goes on sale a few times a year for around $35-$40, so right now on Amazon, it’s the lowest price I’ve ever seen at $35. This is even cheaper than the 64GB version, which isn’t on sale and sits at $39.
I hate to push sales on people, but grabbing an extra for your bag or car could be a really helpful move at this price. Beyond a new window and a home internet upgrade, this is the only thing I’m buying. Happy shopping.