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SanDisk 128GB Extreme microSDXC 160MB/s Class 10 UHS-I SD Card $36 + Delivery or Free with (Kogan First)

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Not the cheapest it has been, but a good price.

Also an awesome purchase for the Hero8 Black

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  • +2 votes

    I don't know much about SD cards, I also just bought a Hero8 Black and bought this:

    https://www.amazon.com.au/dp/B07FCMKK5X/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_i...

    Which is A2 and apparently better?
    "If you’re wanting to choose a memory card suitable for a 4K camera, we recommend picking a card that carries both the A2 rating and a V/U speed rating – like the combination of SanDisk’s Extreme Pro Micro SD Card."
    https://www.mymemory.co.uk/blog/a1-vs-a2-sandisk-microsd-car...

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      Either is fine for the Hero8.

      EDIT: The blurb on the Kogan deal actually says it's A2, despite what's shown in the photo.

  • -1 vote

    Weird, I've never seen such model before. Something isn't right.
    The genuine Extreme 128GB is red and brown colour and A2 instead of A1. Pro Series is red and black.
    There's no such model "all in black", and A1 to make things worse.

    I wouldn't buy this as it seems suspicious, even worse coming from Kogan.

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      Nothing weird or suspicious about these at all - it's a legitimate Sandisk model. I had about 10 of these at one stage.

      Sandisk have produced all black mSD cards as well red/brown ones you're familiar with, and the specs change pretty much each year as the speeds increase.

      You should be careful declaring things as fake simply because you're not familiar with them.

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    Are these any good for dash cams? I bought the Viofo 129 Duo (not 4k) but I've read that only some kinds of cards are well suited for dash cam recording