02-20-2018 08:15 AM
02-20-2018 08:15 AM
05-17-2018 07:28 AM
This list feels outdated and lazy to me.
Users have been asking all over the forums for confirmation on dual SanDisk 128gb MicroSD cards in the Fusion and we all keep getting pointed to the link you attached which is pretty light on the information we are asking about.
Can we get some feedback from actual Fusion users confirming whether or not these cards work in tandem?
I have also seen mentions that any of the v30 series MicroSD cards from SanDisk greater than 32gb in size are compatible but again, this is open to interpretation and needs to be confirmed.
I would really like to see a consolidated stance from GoPro on memory cards that is up-to-date and contains all of the pertinent information like required read/write speeds per camera/FPS/Resolution, capacity caps per camera and a matrix of battery runtime with SD card recording time based on a baseline setting.
I also want file sizes for 30 seconds of video at baseline settings per camera.
This is basic. I shouldn't be hunting all over the web for this information. Give us the tools we need to make our own decisions.
One size does not fit all in the world of information and specs.
05-17-2018 07:52 AM - edited 05-17-2018 07:53 AM
Thank you for the feed back. These are very good points that you have presented. The list of the SD cards that work with GoPro is being updated as needed. Currently, those tested ones are listed here. I agree that it would also help a lot if users share their own observation or information based on actual Fusion usage. Hopefully other users will share on this thread, too.
This article presents the Fusion recording time in each video setting with consideration to SD card storage capacity estimates, and this one tells us how long the Fusion battery lasts per video mode. We do not have one for file size per duration of recording but this would be a great resource. I will pass this along to the team. If you would prefer, you may also write about this as a recommendation or suggestion here.
Hope this helps!