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[Amazon.ca] Sandisk High Endurance Video Monitoring Card with Adapter 64GB $23.34

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[Amazon.ca] Sandisk High Endurance Video Monitoring Card with Adapter 64GB $23.34

Those looking for an endurance video monitoring sd, pretty good price as per CCC lowest this year, good to use with dash cams.

Note: import fees may apply at checkout, deal not as good.

https://www.amazon.ca/SanDisk-Endurance ... 863&sr=8-2
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Sold by eTECH and Fulfilled by Amazon from outside Canada. Customs & Duties may apply. Importers of commercial goods should review the shipping & delivery policy.
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JoJoCan wrote: Sold by eTECH and Fulfilled by Amazon from outside Canada. Customs & Duties may apply. Importers of commercial goods should review the shipping & delivery policy.
Good catch, cause deal isn't as good.
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Any other cards anybody would recommend for dashcams?
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hunt3rshadow wrote: Any other cards anybody would recommend for dashcams?
I opened this thread and saw from the Amazon link "You last purchased this item on Nov 24 2017"

It's been 3 years and the card has never once had an issue, especially compared to many normal' cards I've previously purchased

Recommend this one very much, just ensure it must be A) only either sold by SanDisk or Amazon.ca + B) Fulfilled by Amazon.
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ShocWave wrote: Why is the OP's link more expensive than the one sold by Amazon:
Should only be $17.99

https://www.amazon.ca/SanDisk-Endurance ... image&th=1
That's the one I bought as well. Both 64gb, both high endurance, both Class 10.
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There's a new SanDisk Max Endurance line that sells for about the same price range as the Samsung Pro Endurance. I'd select one of these 2 over the SanDisk High Endurance based on what I've read in the dashcam forums.
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I recently bought Gigastone 64GB in 5 pack for $49.99 from Amazon. Filled all of then to max to make sure it works. So far all 5 are fine in Security cams. Hope this helps as there's so many to choose from and I'm too cheap to get expensive brands for cams.
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hunt3rshadow wrote: Any other cards anybody would recommend for dashcams?
Transcend High Endurance. MLC Nand
Been flawless for years now.
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pererac wrote: Transcend High Endurance. MLC Nand
Been flawless for years now.
Transcend HE used to be the gold standard for dashcams but it is ridiculously expensive compared to what is available now. I got 2 x 32GB for $22 a few years back and I haven't found the 64GB+ available for a decent price since.

I got a 128GB Samsung Pro Endurance for $50 in the summer and I'm looking at getting the 64GB/128GB SanDisk Max Endurance when the price is a bit better than $25/$50. With higher resolution dashcams up to 4K and parking mode, the minimum you want is 64GB. My Viofo V119 V3 @ 2560x1600 uses 214MB/min and the parking mode locks most the files until I clear them for rewriting.
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I actually have the SanDisk high endurance OP posted in my first dashcam. Still going strong after over 3yrs.

I find these things to periodically be hit or miss which is why I don't spend more buying a bigger memory capacity than I need. Don't buy 128gb if you don't drive a lot. Buy a 32 or a 64 instead because when it fails you're out less money to replace.
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Any deals on MicroSD cards for security cam?
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gumby wrote: Transcend HE used to be the gold standard for dashcams but it is ridiculously expensive compared to what is available now. I got 2 x 32GB for $22 a few years back and I haven't found the 64GB+ available for a decent price since.

I got a 128GB Samsung Pro Endurance for $50 in the summer and I'm looking at getting the 64GB/128GB SanDisk Max Endurance when the price is a bit better than $25/$50. With higher resolution dashcams up to 4K and parking mode, the minimum you want is 64GB. My Viofo V119 V3 @ 2560x1600 uses 214MB/min and the parking mode locks most the files until I clear them for rewriting.
I'm using the same dash cam - and when doing research for the previous version of that viofo - the consensus back then was nothing but transcend for dash cams - due to their handling of repeated read and write. I paid $35 for a 64 gb
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pererac wrote: I'm using the same dash cam - and when doing research for the previous version of that viofo - the consensus back then was nothing but transcend for dash cams - due to their handling of repeated read and write. I paid $35 for a 64 gb
IIRC consensus was Transcend OR SanDisk AND HIGH ENDURANCE. Toss up to buy one or the other [best price] and cross your fingers you get one that lasts.
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gr8dlr wrote: IIRC consensus was Transcend OR SanDisk AND HIGH ENDURANCE. Toss up to buy one or the other [best price] and cross your fingers you get one that lasts.
I think it was transcend or lexar (budget card) - unless things have changed in the last couple of years.

Mainly has to do with how the High Endurance card read and writes to the card. The memory card in your dash cam is more important than the dash cam!

The worst feeling is getting into an accident, and popping in your micro SD to see it wasn't recording for days or months!
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pererac wrote: I think it was transcend or lexar (budget card) - unless things have changed in the last couple of years.

Mainly has to do with how the High Endurance card read and writes to the card. The memory card in your dash cam is more important than the dash cam!

The worst feeling is getting into an accident, and popping in your micro SD to see it wasn't recording for days or months!
Agree on the "worst feeling" part. I take mine out periodically just to see if it's recording...you can give yourself a reminder perhaps every month or two or three.
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