It depends on what you want to do with the SSD.
NTFS supports Journaling, which makes the file system more robust. It's also very mature. NTFS hasn't changed much since XP.
I learned the hard way with HFS+ on Mac. Without Journaling, I often lost data when the Mac OS X hung.
With Journaling enabled, Disk Utility was able to fix things in most cases and I lost no data.
Anyway, exFat is not bad at all. It's the future of FAT and doesn't have permissions (gratefuly!).
Copying data to an exFAT volume makes exchanging data very comfortable.
Maybe it will also get Journaling as an option somewhen.
Edit: NTFS uses time stamps for everything. That "last access time" thing is unnecessarily causing writes to SSDs.
It can be disabled in registry, I think.
https://winaero.com/disable-ntfs-last-access- … -in-windows-10/
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