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Sdpaddler50
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I have the 16GB card, and it filled up rapidly.

I went on line and watched a few YT videos.

For 4K, it appears the class 10, U3 is the proper memory chip?

Is this one adequate?

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Daroga
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That's an excellent SD Card. See this previous thread:
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mstevens
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Do make sure you get a micro SD card and not a mini SD card...
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Sdpaddler50
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Thank you for the input, and the past thread. Good info.



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digitalintruder
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I picked up the one in the following micro-sd card and it works like a champ. https://www.amazon.com/gp/produc ... 0_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1
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Sdpaddler50
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My first computer had a 20mb hard drive. This technology is truly amazing.
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Speed_Freak_039
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If you get the same one it comes with but in 64gb it's only 18 bucks. No need to spend 40
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I use 32GB Sandisk Extreme Plus cards. The're inexpensive and work great.
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FrequentFlyer
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you should be able to find a better price, if your spending $47, this is the faster version for cheaper.

https://www.amazon.com/SanDisk-E ... s=micro+sd+pro+64gb
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digitalintruder
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Sdpaddler50 Posted at 2017-3-22 12:21
My first computer had a 20mb hard drive. This technology is truly amazing.

8088 or 8086? I had a similar setup (10mhz, 20mb, 32kb memory with dual 5.25 floppies). It's crazy how much data can be stored on something about the size of your fingernail.
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digitalintruder Posted at 2017-3-22 13:35
8088 or 8086? I had a similar setup (10mhz, 20mb, 32kb memory with dual 5.25 floppies). It's crazy how much data can be stored on something about the size of your fingernail.


I believe it was an 8086.

I recall being on airplanes around 1991 with a laptop and having envious looks from the other passengers.

Now we are flying around virtual quadcopters taking footage in 4K.

It is an amazing journey for those of us who were pre-computer days.

In any event I ordered 3 of the 64GB chips. The other string noted swapping chips with every battery change to save data in the event of a crash - good idea.
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