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Buying more SD cards for Casio - two 16gb or 1 32 gb?

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I forget what the SD card limitations were. Is there a difference if any in terms of performance between a 16 and a 32 gb card? Or convenience? I'm leaning towards a 32gb. Does anyone use a 64gb?

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One 16 is fine How much video are you going to store?
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Originally Posted by inthecup

One 16 is fine How much video are you going to store?

Seriously. Heck, I teach with 8 GB cards. They sometimes corrupt so you don't want to have too much money into them.

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All of a sudden when I try to attach video files my Outlook or Mozilla shuts down. Is this possibly a corrupt card...or too many files stored on it?

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I've got one of these: http://www.amazon.com/Sandisk-SDSDU-016G-A11-Ultra-UHS-I-Class/dp/B007B5RIN4 Class 10, so there's no stuttering, transfer speeds are great, and (most impressive) write speeds are nearly instant. I used to have a class 6 that needed about 30 seconds for a normal swing video to save. 16 GB is plenty since I transfer all of my videos to my computer the same day I record them. I probably would have bought an 8GB card if they had them in stock at the time.
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