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B&H Photo Video has 64GB SanDisk Video Monitoring microSDXC Memory Card on sale for $24.95. Shipping is free. Thanks parzivalla

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This Video Monitoring microSDXC Memory Card is ideal for dashcams and home video monitoring cameras. Built for and tested in harsh conditions; temperature-proof, shock-proof, waterproof. -slickdewmaster

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Written by parzivalla Edited September 12, 2017 at 04:48 PM by johnny_miller
B&H Photo has SanDisk High Endurance microSDXC memory cards designed for video monitoring

64GB [bhphotovideo.com]- $24.95 w/ Free shipping (availability: 7-10 business days)

32GB [bhphotovideo.com]- $14.95 (availability: backordered Sept 18)
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Last Edited by VTA September 11, 2017 at 10:33 AM
Max. Read Speed: 20 MB/s
Max. Write Speed: 20 MB/s
This type of memory is stated for dash cam and surveillance system
This is not recommended for other type of recording according to value basic

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Sandisk warranty:

https://www.sandisk.com/about/leg...ted-states

"This warranty does not cover use of the Product in connection with the following uses or devices (as determined by SanDisk): (i) normal wear and tear, (ii) video monitoring, security, and surveillance devices, (iii) internet protocol/network cameras, (iv) in-car recording devices/dashboard cameras/black box cameras, (v) display devices that loop video, (vi) continuous recording set top box devices, (vii) continuous data logging devices like servers, or (viii) other excessive uses that exceed normal use in accordance with published instructions."

As you can see Sandisk really stands behind their micro SD cards when it comes to dashcam/video surveillance use.

MLC type cards are recommended for dashcam use for their high tolerance for repeated data writing. Most SD/micro SD cards in the market are TLC based which don't handle cam use well over a long period of time.

Sandisk never mentions the memory type in their memory cards so I assume it's TLC-based.
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This high endurance card is designed to endure extreme temperatures and constantly being rewritten and should in theory last longer in a dash cam environment compared to other cards that were not optimized for this purpose.
Your patriot will work. I believe high endurance cards just use a type of memory that is rated for more write cycles before failing.

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Good cards for dashcam use.
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I've been waiting for a deal since I bought my dashcam. This deal will work for me. Thanks and repped.
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So my 64gb patriot very fast chip isn't a good dashcam option?
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So my 64gb patriot very fast chip isn't a good dashcam option?
Your patriot will work. I believe high endurance cards just use a type of memory that is rated for more write cycles before failing.
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So my 64gb patriot very fast chip isn't a good dashcam option?
This high endurance card is designed to endure extreme temperatures and constantly being rewritten and should in theory last longer in a dash cam environment compared to other cards that were not optimized for this purpose.
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Thanks. In for 1.
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P.s. I have the Thinkware x500 ($220 after tax, bestbuy) and it is responsible for catching a criminal that now has to appear in court two weeks from tomorrow AND has to reimburse my (medical & auto) insurance companies. Love dashcams. More than paid for itself.
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Good cards for dashcam use.
Sandisk warranty:

https://www.sandisk.com/about/leg...ted-states

"This warranty does not cover use of the Product in connection with the following uses or devices (as determined by SanDisk): (i) normal wear and tear, (ii) video monitoring, security, and surveillance devices, (iii) internet protocol/network cameras, (iv) in-car recording devices/dashboard cameras/black box cameras, (v) display devices that loop video, (vi) continuous recording set top box devices, (vii) continuous data logging devices like servers, or (viii) other excessive uses that exceed normal use in accordance with published instructions."

As you can see Sandisk really stands behind their micro SD cards when it comes to dashcam/video surveillance use.

MLC type cards are recommended for dashcam use for their high tolerance for repeated data writing. Most SD/micro SD cards in the market are TLC based which don't handle cam use well over a long period of time.

Sandisk never mentions the memory type in their memory cards so I assume it's TLC-based.
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Very bad write and read speed... did they find their stock from 1888?.. year reference for joke...
Uh.... what?
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In for 2 x 64GB cards. Reps to you OP.

Dash cam users please research. Sufficient speed for this application. I also used Amex to try to extend warranty if needed.

Here is one source that suggests it as the number one economical alternative to the best available recently.
https://www.carcamcentral.com/gui...ltra-cards
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Uh.... what?
great article:

https://www.carcamcentral.com/gui...ltra-cards

these cards are mlc based, and in the article, sandisk does warranty the cards in dashcam use. dunno which is which. i know that when i switched to high endurance, all my problems went away.
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