My E-M1 mk1 arrived It looks good. Now I can plan for accessories; 64GB SD card(s), spare battery, carry case. But I need to wait till I find and get a lens before I can take it out to shoot First question is card speed. This is the card I was planning to get. Is the 95MB/sec xfer rate overkill for the camera? I use this same card in my D7200. https://www.amazon.com/SanDisk-Extr...8&qid=1523949133&sr=8-3&keywords=sd+card+64GB This is a cheaper option. Slower xfer speed of 80MB/sec. https://www.amazon.com/SanDisk-Ultr...8&qid=1523949133&sr=8-4&keywords=sd+card+64GB These cards will likely stay with the E-M1 and not interchange with my D7200. What I have not been able to find out, so far, is the card interface speed, and if the camera can use the faster 95MB/sec card. Or is the slower (and cheaper) 80MB/sec card fully capable of the max that the card interface can send data. I am not shooting video, nor plan to, just stills. Depending on what I am shooting it will be either RAW (my default) or fine JPG. According to the manual I get about 41 RAX pix per GB, so a 64GB card can hold about 2,600 pix, which is plenty adequate. I may upgrade to the 20MP mk2 in the future, but that is likely a long ways off.