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Amazon.com has 128GB SanDisk High Endurance U3 V30 Video microSDXC Card w/ Adapter on sale for $22.99. Shipping is free w/ Prime or on $25+ orders. Thanks gabe23111

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Imagine this...

You get in your car everyday on the driver's side. In and out, in and out every day you drive it. Same routine. Monday-Friday goes by. Saturday, you decide to go run errands, get groceries, visit some family, take a road trip, or wash your car.

But WAIT, what the hell is this big scratch, deep dent, giant mark doing on the other side of your car, the front of it, or the back corner?!?! Clearly you didn't hit anything.

Thankfully, you've bought the 128gb card. Now rather than just going back to Thursday or Wednesday on your commute, depending how long it is, maybe even only to yesterday, Friday. You ACTUALLY get to go ALL the way back and see that some jackhole swiped your car while backing out of a spot while you were at the gym last weekend!!!!

You see the guilty mofo get out of their car to see how bad it is on his car, how much damage they did to yours. Then he looks around, left and right. Checks his watch. Then his phone. Pretends he got a call, then casually drives away.

Instead, you're here debating should you upgrade your storage size now that you have this huge dent on your car that you have NO idea how it happened, cursing yourself that even though you spent about $400 for a 4k dashcam, the best money can buy, and wonder why your a$$ cheaped out on the card itself.....
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You can use Rufus [rufus.ie] to format any large SD card to FAT32 for dash cams/video game systems on Windows 10 (or Windows 8/8.1). No need for a Windows 7 PC.
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It might be a knockoff, but probably not. There's 2 ways to measure storage, and unfortunately both are standard and used at the same time. Computers work in binary (base 2 amounts), so a gigabyte is 1024MB. But by definition, a gigabyte is 1000MB. The difference between the two is 7.3%, so 128 GB (disk) = 119.2 GB (binary). Of course advertisers use the most flattering numbers, which is the bigger of the two. Our electronics, haven't a choice.
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Thank you for sharing this deal.

I'm eying the 128GB microSD card because I just purchased the BlackVue DR900S-2CH 4K Dash Cam [blackboxmycar.com]. I had read about past issues between SanDisk non-High Endurance microSD cards being used in dash cams, but assume High Endurance SanDisk ones would be perfectly fine. Does anyone use a High Endurance SanDisk card in a BlackVue dash cam?

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Thank you for sharing this deal.

I'm eying the 128GB microSD card because I just purchased the BlackVue DR900S-2CH 4K Dash Cam [blackboxmycar.com]. I had read about past issues between SanDisk non-High Endurance microSD cards being used in dash cams, but assume High Endurance SanDisk ones would be perfectly fine. Does anyone use a High Endurance SanDisk card in a BlackVue dash cam?

Thank you,
Tofu Vic
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Have you used that dashcam yet? If so, which cards have you used with it? I've actually been eyeballing it and saw that blackvue recommends using their branded card. I don't know if that's just marketing bs on their end and haven't dug in to it yet. Sounds strange to me that you can only use their branded card.
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Thank you for sharing this deal.

I'm eying the 128GB microSD card because I just purchased the BlackVue DR900S-2CH 4K Dash Cam [blackboxmycar.com]. I had read about past issues between SanDisk non-High Endurance microSD cards being used in dash cams, but assume High Endurance SanDisk ones would be perfectly fine. Does anyone use a High Endurance SanDisk card in a BlackVue dash cam?

Thank you,
Tofu Vic
There is a review on Amazon for the 128GB model that says you might have to reformat the card on a Win 7 machine to get it to work on the BlackVue camera. FYI if it helps.
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Have you used that dashcam yet? If so, which cards have you used with it? I've actually been eyeballing it and saw that blackvue recommends using their branded card. I don't know if that's just marketing bs on their end and haven't dug in to it yet. Sounds strange to me that you can only use their branded card.
I haven't installed the dash cam yet. I am fairly positive that BlackVue wants customers to use their card so they can earn more money.

I actually purchased a 64GB High Endurance card already and haven't opened the package, but am now considering a 128GB or 256GB instead. I plan to record at the highest quality possible: 4K UHD @ 30FPS for the front cam + Full HD @ 30FPS for the rear cam, so 64GB doesn't seem to be a lot. At that image quality, I'd get 3 hours and 40 minutes with a 64GB card; 7 hours and 20 minutes with a 128GB card; and 14 hour and 40 minutes with a 256 card. (You can check out this table I uploaded if you're curious about recording times.)

I hope this helps,
Tofu Vic
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There is a review on Amazon for the 128GB model that says you might have to reformat the card on a Win 7 machine to get it to work on the BlackVue camera. FYI if it helps.
That's great to know! Thank you very much.

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Weird. It now states you have to order at least two in order to get the $12.99 price....
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Thank you for sharing this deal.

I'm eying the 128GB microSD card because I just purchased the BlackVue DR900S-2CH 4K Dash Cam [blackboxmycar.com]. I had read about past issues between SanDisk non-High Endurance microSD cards being used in dash cams, but assume High Endurance SanDisk ones would be perfectly fine. Does anyone use a High Endurance SanDisk card in a BlackVue dash cam?

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Tofu Vic
I have been using the 64GB High Endurance MicroSD on my DR900S dash cam since last June. There is an option in the app to format the card so there is no need to do special windows formating. Capacity wise, I would recommend getting at least 128GB or above. The card has never failed me but I heard the Samsung Endurance Pro card is more reliable
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I haven't installed the dash cam yet. I am fairly positive that BlackVue wants customers to use their card so they can earn more money.

I actually purchased a 64GB High Endurance card already and haven't opened the package, but am now considering a 128GB or 256GB instead. I plan to record at the highest quality possible: 4K UHD @ 30FPS for the front cam + Full HD @ 30FPS for the rear cam, so 64GB doesn't seem to be a lot. At that image quality, I'd get 3 hours and 40 minutes with a 64GB card; 7 hours and 20 minutes with a 128GB card; and 14 hour and 40 minutes with a 256 card. (You can check out this table I uploaded if you're curious about recording times.)

I hope this helps,
Tofu Vic

Since you paid a lot of $$$$ for the BlackVue you might as well pay a bit more and get the best high endurance card especially if you want to record at 4K and you care about the recordings:

https://www.amazon.com/Samsung-Endurance-128GB-Micro-Adapter/dp/B07B984HJ5/ref=sr_1_1?keywords=128gb... [amazon.com]

Read here:

https://homealarmreport.com/secur...osd-cards/

https://carcamcentral.com/guide/r...sh-cameras

https://mashtips.com/dashcams-dro...rosd-card/
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You must buy 2 minimum. Please put that in the title.
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You must buy 2 minimum. Please put that in the title.
Updated. Pretty sure there was no minimum requirement on the 64GB when I first posted. The 128GB still has no minimum.


TY for the heads up
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Majority poor reviews on Amazon. For me I will stick with the Transcend high endurance sd cards. Been reliable in my dashcams for over 2 years
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Majority poor reviews on Amazon. For me I will stick with the Transcend high endurance sd cards. Been reliable in my dashcams for over 2 years
Samsung is also a good choice, much cheaper than Transcend.
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Just beware buyers !! A lot of memory cards on Amazon are fake from china! That's why they got so many bad reviews! If your data is so important enough to you, buy it from authorized dealers like bestbuy or bhphoto.
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