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#237992 28-Jun-2018 09:50
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Got a couple of action cameras finally arrived from a different universe, now looking for microSD cards that will do 1080p 60 fps recording. My cards are too slow!

Anyone has any for sale or knows of any sales around?

Thanks

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  #2045245 28-Jun-2018 10:14
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Amazon often have sales on Sandisk cards





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  #2045258 28-Jun-2018 10:26
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I bought my last few from Amazon.com - Samsung Evo 128Gb.

 

Works beautifully in my Dashcam; two channels simultaneously - one at 1080p 60FPS and 1 at 1080p 30FPS.

 

 

 

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B06XWZWYVP?aaxitk=9hFY1LS0s4ozSVdjAS.dww&pd_rd_i=B06XWZWYVP&pf_rd_m=ATVPDKIKX0DER&pf_rd_p=3930100107420870094&pf_rd_s=desktop-sx-top-slot&pf_rd_t=301&pf_rd_i=samsung+sd&hsa_cr_id=4976542660401

 

 

 

Much sharper pricing than I could find locally at the time and ships directly to NZ.

 

There is a faster "pro" version as well, but doubt you would need it.





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  #2045262 28-Jun-2018 10:29
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I have 2x Sandisk 32GB extremes that came with my 2 GoPro Hero5 Black if you are interested?

 

I used them once, and swapped them for 2x 64GB of the same model.

 

They cope with 2.7k 60fps and 4k video easily.


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  #2045301 28-Jun-2018 11:24
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1080 60 has been fine on any cheap card I have thrown in my sony camcorder or cheap "4k" action cam - I have many apacers that were cheap from PB tech a while back in 16 and 64 gig which have worked perfectly.





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  #2045527 28-Jun-2018 14:20
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PB Tech has these on sale periodically.  I'd check there.

 

 

 

Amazon (whilst they still ship to NZ) have been good, but obviously have a delivery time delay.


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