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- Ideal for dash cams and home monitoring systems
- Designed for high endurance so you can record for up to 20,000 hours with no worries (Actual hours of video saved less. Up to 20,000 hours for 256GB; 10,000 hours for 128GB; 5,000 hours for 64GB; and 2,500 hours for 32GB.)
- Built for and tested in harsh conditions; temperature-proof, waterproof, shockproof and x-ray-proof (Card only.)
- ave more videos with capacities up to 256GB (1GB = 1,000,000,000 bytes. Actual user storage less.)
- Record and save more Full HD or 4K videos(3) with capacities up to 256GB (Compatible device required. Full HD (1920×1080) and/or 4K UHD (3840×2160) video support may vary based on host device, file attributes, usage conditions and other factors.)
- 2-year manufacturer warranty
Amazon product: SanDisk 64GB High Endurance Video MicroSDXC Card with Adapter for Dash Cam and Home Monitoring Systems – C10, U3, V30, 4K UHD, Micro SD Card – SDSQQNR-064G-GN6IA
Highly recommend high endurance cards for almost ALL applications (except late model go pro, or other smoking fast frame rate video cameras where extreme transfer speeds are required). I have had quality “regular” cards fail in dash cams, as they are not made for continual use (and will not be warrantied in continual use devices). | For gopro’s and other devices that are capable of crazy speeds (like 1080 at 240 fps) I recommend Sandisk Extreme Pro – which is hands down the best in my opinion. | From my experience, either the SanDisk or Samsung high endurance cards are fantastic! I use them for dash cams, regular cameras, and light video use, and have never had any issues whatsoever. Flawless performance, huge capacity, and the highest life span available on any cards. As of 9-2019, SanDisk 256 GB micro SD high endurance cards are less than $70 CDN. 32GB are under $15 CDN. What a deal! | Have tried a LOT of card brands. Be ware of the chinese garbage, that says it is high capacity, but really is not – even if they trick your device into claiming more (see YouTube for Fake SD Cards). Stick with a solid brand (I prefer SanDisk or Samsung) from a reputable source.