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wag13

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I use 2-16GB class 10 SD cards, and those last me all day no problem….However if you plan on just hitting "record" and letting it go without stopping, I would go 32, or 64, but in that case you'll run out of battery power to the camera before you have to worry about the memory card running out of room. So I would look into extra batteries too.
 

powdrdaz

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I started with the 32GB and went to the 64GB. Never have had a problem running out of memory. I always run out of power. I carry two extra batteries and use the power pack on one of the cameras. Always runs out at about 3pm.
 

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I ordered a 64Gb UHS-1 card.

Anyone know of a good 64Gb card that doesn't have a throttled bit rate and has a 50+ Mbps write speed?
 

gunnerthesnowman

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I started with the 32GB and went to the 64GB. Never have had a problem running out of memory. I always run out of power. I carry two extra batteries and use the power pack on one of the cameras. Always runs out at about 3pm.
I ordered a 64Gb UHS-1 card.

Anyone know of a good 64Gb card that doesn't have a throttled bit rate and has a 50+ Mbps write speed?
Picked up a couple extra batterys and a SanDish 64 GB Extreme micro SDXC UHS-I 1 , says speed up to 80 MB/s IT was on sale 1/2 price .
 
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