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SanDisk 64GB High Endurance Video MicroSDXC Card $12.99 (BACK IN STOCK)

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[Amazon.ca] SanDisk 64GB High Endurance Video MicroSDXC Card $12.99 (BACK IN STOCK)

Almost the same price as 32GB

32GB $12.65
64GB $12.99
128 $25.05

Ships from and sold by Amazon.ca.
  • Ideal for dash cams and home monitoring systems
  • Designed for high endurance so you can record for up to 20,000 hours with no worries (Actual hours of video saved less. Up to 20,000 hours for 256GB; 10,000 hours for 128GB; 5,000 hours for 64GB; and 2,500 hours for 32GB.)
  • Built for and tested in harsh conditions; temperature-proof, waterproof, shockproof and x-ray-proof (Card only.)
  • ave more videos with capacities up to 256GB (1GB = 1,000,000,000 bytes. Actual user storage less.)
  • Record and save more Full HD or 4K videos(3) with capacities up to 256GB (Compatible device required. Full HD (1920x1080) and/or 4K UHD (3840x2160) video support may vary based on host device, file attributes, usage conditions and other factors.)
  • 2-year manufacturer warranty

It is still available at $12.99, I just updated the link to Sold By Amazon.ca. Thanks @kejongliu!
Last edited by shoppingsheep on May 14th, 2021 4:59 pm, edited 5 times in total.
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New lowest price according to 3C, thanks OP!

needed one for Dashcam
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Would this be good for my Wyze cams?
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Looks like all time low.
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Will this be ideal for Android smartphones?
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Picked up a few for dash cam and wyze cam spares
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Thanks OP, grabbing one for my 3D printer, it continuously saves its progress to the card to resume printing on the event of a power failure so it's surprisingly harsh on normal sd cards.
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Janajda wrote: Will this be ideal for Android smartphones?
According to Sandisk website:
Speed: Up to 140MB/s Sequential Read, 40MB/s Sequential Write

https://kb.sandisk.com/app/answers/deta ... ation-page

So, read is good, while write is slow. If you ask whether this is ideal, I would say this is build for endurance for continuous recording, such as security camera or dashcam recordings. If you just want to backup photos and videos, it should be fine. Otherwise, I would get Sandisk Extreme instead https://www.amazon.ca/SanDisk-128GB-Ext ... =8-19&th=1. I use Extreme Pro for my phone. But be honest, I think using microSD for anything, other than backup media, is slow anyway.
Last edited by shoppingsheep on May 14th, 2021 12:32 pm, edited 1 time in total.
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shoppingsheep wrote: Yes, as long as you format it as FAT32.
i got the wyze cams and all i did is go to the app and select format. the point being you can do the same and ignore the format type bit. Let the app take care of the format type.

btw i put in ultra chips instead of these high endurance - seemed like ultras are rated better - although i feel the high endurance should be from write cycles perspective but then why the warranty diffs:

https://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/compare/ ... 265042-REG
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now only if the robins (birds) at my front porch stop messing around to not trigger too much recording.

anyone know how to limit that? i have already fiddled with the sensitivity but no luck.
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shoppingsheep wrote: According to Sandisk website:
Speed: Up to 140MB/s Sequential Read, 40MB/s Sequential Write

https://kb.sandisk.com/app/answers/deta ... ation-page

So, read is good, while write is slow. If you ask whether this is ideal, I would say this is build for endurance for continuous recording, such as security camera or dashcam recordings. If you just want to backup photos and videos, it should be fine. Otherwise, I would get Sandisk Extreme instead https://www.amazon.ca/SanDisk-128GB-Ext ... =8-19&th=1. I use Extreme Pro for my phone. But be honest, I think using microSD for anything, other than backup media, is slow anyway.
Great. Thanks for this info. Upvoted
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Thanks OP - I just bought 2 x 32GB a few days ago for the same price lol, but I have a whole bunch of devices that use microSD so having extras is a good thing.
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[OP]
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XZerg wrote: i got the wyze cams and all i did is go to the app and select format. the point being you can do the same and ignore the format type bit. Let the app take care of the format type.

btw i put in ultra chips instead of these high endurance - seemed like ultras are rated better - although i feel the high endurance should be from write cycles perspective but then why the warranty diffs:

https://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/compare/ ... 265042-REG
I never be able to format my 64GB within the WyzeCam itselt. It just failed to format it. Maybe it is just me or previous verions, but I usually do it in Windows.
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shoppingsheep wrote: I never be able to format my 64GB within the WyzeCam itselt. It just failed to format it. Maybe it is just me or previous verions, but I usually do it in Windows.
i got the wyze v3 recently and the app did it no issues - i have not popped the chips and put into my computer or anything - not seeing much need for it as i can always access my recordings from the phone.
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$17.83 now
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Now $17.83 for 64GB. Still $25.08 for 128GB.

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