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Old 07-17-2017, 11:09 AM   #1
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Post The 1TB SD Card

How's this for your DSLRs and computers?

https://www.theverge.com/circuitbrea...rabyte-sandisk
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Old 07-20-2017, 09:34 AM   #2
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I personally wouldn't use anything that big on a shoot. I prefer numerous smaller cards than 1 or 2 big cards in case one gets corrupted. Losing 1 TB of footage is way worse than losing 256 GB.
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Good point.

Reminds me of the days of shooting with mini DV tapes. One of my production tapes broke with footage of a seventeen hour shoot day of stunts and luckily the editor knew of a place that repaired broken tapes. We lost five minutes out of sixty minutes of footage. But, with the retakes, we were covered.
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I personally wouldn't use anything that big on a shoot. I prefer numerous smaller cards than 1 or 2 big cards in case one gets corrupted. Losing 1 TB of footage is way worse than losing 256 GB.
Excatly my feeling. I'd rather lose 32 or 62 GB, that a whole TB if things go wrong. Obviously, if you're getting HD back ups it's not so bad, but I'd still be nervous.
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Well technology never stops look where we started with 32 megabyte cards and such pretty soon these cards will be needed and you may even need multiple. This is definitely an accomplishment on their part.
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Well technology never stops look where we started with 32 megabyte cards and such pretty soon these cards will be needed and you may even need multiple. This is definitely an accomplishment on their part.
It is quite impressive.
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Old 07-21-2017, 11:39 AM   #7
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My new cellphone has 2TB micoSD capability. Such a card is not yet available, but this phone can use it when it is. Crazy.
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Nice. my SSD hard drive is only 500 gb
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It's definitely a step in the right direction for cheaper cameras, because if this becomes the standard, then less compression will be needed: i.e, better quality
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