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$15.99 Kingston 128 GB Canvas Select Plus MicroSD Card with SD Adapter

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Just so everyone is aware, the 128GB and lower cards are terribly slow at simultaneous write, more in line with sandisk ultra.
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andrewmp416 wrote: how about for the Switch?
Any current gen micro sd will work, really. Gaming performance is largely based on mixed read speeds, which most current cards are fairly uniform across the board. The lowest tier of cards sometimes you want to aim above 128gb to get better writing performance. Game installing/updating and transferring from internal memory to micro SD will take more time than other cards like the 256GB version or yellow star sandisk one you can find on *walmart stocktrack for $30 frequently at the moment. But a bit of patience or doing something else is always a viable option.
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Rooster wrote: I strongly suggest not. you need high endurance card. as this will crap out on you.
https://www.amazon.ca/s?k=high+enduranc ... ptance_1_7
It also depends on which mode you choose. Event only or continuous recording to sd card.
I have event only and normal sd card and they're working for 2 years now in wyze.

If you have high traffic or you want continuous then definitely get high endurance cards but watch out for warranty and specs. The smaller sizes will have shorter period.
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mooseymoose wrote: Would these be good for Wyze cam?
Look for a 64GB High endurance card. That will give you 2 weeks of continuous recording at SD quality which is full resolution compressed.
Cards should be $13-18

128GB ($23) is pretty large and should be used if you do a lot of time-lapse recordings over night.

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