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Economical 32 GB UHS-3 High Speed micro-card

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I bought 2 of these 32 GB UHS-3 cards and have been using them in both the H and the ST-16. They are already formatted (Fat32 of course) and are rated for up to 80 MB/s write and up to 90 MB/s read speed. If you have a card and it does not have the number 3 inside a small circle on it, it is not a UHS-3 card.

Prices have been and will probably continue to drop. I'm cheap so I watch stuff like that.

https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B015A9YYSO/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o01_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1
 
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I bought 2 of these 32 GB UHS-3 cards and have been using them in both the H and the ST-16. They are already formatted (Fat32 of course) and are rated for up to 80 MB/s write and up to 90 MB/s read speed. If you have a card and it does not have the number 3 inside a small circle on it, it is not a UHS-3 card.

Prices have been and will probably continue to drop. I'm cheap so I watch stuff like that.

https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B015A9YYSO/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o01_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1
That's what I use and I buy them from Amazon also. At times you can get them even cheaper if you watch the deals of the day, I've gotten them for $9.99 each. I really like how fast they are. I bought a 128 GB micro card a while back that was on sale, if I remember correctly it was like $30, and it has those read and write speeds, however, I can use it in the camera but not in the controller, the difference being the 128 card is ExFat. I can't use the 128 card with the steady grip either, something with the app, I can start the video but it won't stop it and once I load it into my computer windows media player won't recognize the video, but if I use a 32 GB Fat32 card,, no problems. I wish Yuneec would get all they're devices to use both ExFat or Fat32 cards.
 

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The 128g cards work quite effectively in high resolution hand held cameras.


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The 128g cards work quite effectively in high resolution hand held cameras.


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Right .. I use a 128 gig card in my Canon G-30 camcorder ... I can shoot all day on one card !!
 
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That's what I use and I buy them from Amazon also. At times you can get them even cheaper if you watch the deals of the day, I've gotten them for $9.99 each. I really like how fast they are. I bought a 128 GB micro card a while back that was on sale, if I remember correctly it was like $30, and it has those read and write speeds, however, I can use it in the camera but not in the controller, the difference being the 128 card is ExFat. I can't use the 128 card with the steady grip either, something with the app, I can start the video but it won't stop it and once I load it into my computer windows media player won't recognize the video, but if I use a 32 GB Fat32 card,, no problems. I wish Yuneec would get all they're devices to use both ExFat or Fat32 cards.
So just format to Fat32 then.
 
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This is the ST card that I use a 32 GB U3 class 10.
 

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