In the spirit of the request of the original post, I included this card because it is compatible with the C23 camera and it works, at least for me. Independent of the specs, I have used this card to take 4K/60fps video and, to my amateur, naive eye, when played back on a 4K, 27 inch monitor, the video was very acceptable.
I use only Hoodman Steel SD Cards they are not cheap but they work with basically all devices.So the purpose of this thread is to provide a concise singular location of what brands/models of microSD cards that are compatible with the C23 Sony camera that comes with the Plus. Please do not post cards that do not work, as this helps no one searching for what card to purchase to use with the H Plus.
Does the C23 recognise the card it came with?So I purchased 2 new SD cards and I cannot get them to read at all in my C23. Tried different formats, file type and used different hardware to format them. They work great in my Canon and Nikon cameras, phone, computer but it will not show up on the C23. Even the STS16 reads it. Just an FYI, this sucks. The difference between the A1 and A2 cards is is the A2 is faster for random read/writes, why this has any impact on the C23 is beyond me considering it's still a U3 which means it meets the requirements for sustain write speeds.
Ok then it's not the camera. What firmware are you on, I think in the early firmwares I read about issues with sd cards if available try to update the drone.+100
Agreed. What's worse is that I purchased this on Amazon directly from Sandisk. I did not chose the A2 type for purchase but yet they sent them to me anyone. I filed a complaint because they shouldn't be switching out SD Card types to replace the A1's that they don't have.
Jack, do you know if any dealer/Best Buy/whatever local to you has the A1 card? I'd return card #2 back to the online SanDisk dealer and simply request a straight refund... no exchange, just your money back. Certainly remind them this entire situation, is due to them not being able to send the requested hardware. At least with a local dealer, you can go in, physically see and confirm what you're purchasing.
That's my next plan of action. Problem is my 2 best buy's locally don't have them in stock. Their website shows they have non A1 and A2 series cards that I can order and have shipped to the store but I don't even want to go that route. I want the card in my hand so I can see it before I spend more money. I also wish Yuneec would provide a firmware update to get rid of this nonsense with specific SD card requirements.