05-10-2012 04:28 PM
Hello. After several days away and my computer off, I pulled my SD card to look at videos and realied that the 2GB SD card only captures two days worth of video. How do others record data when extensively travelling?
Leaving my computer on isn't the answer because the recordings stop at about every 24-36 hours and I have to reboot my system. Most likely it is because of security settings or software updates that interrupt the overall system. I'm not looking to troubleshoot this issue. I'm looking for something like an add-on that can be hooked to the camera for more memory.
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05-11-2012 03:05 AM
Replace the 2gb card with a 32gb card...gives you 16 times the storage in the camera. That is about all you can do without the PC to copy the clips somewhere else.
The recordings stop, or the copying of the recordings stop ? You need to resolve that...not normal. Try reserving the camera IP in the router as a start.
05-11-2012 05:02 PM - edited 05-11-2012 05:02 PM
the recordings stopping after a bit could also just be a bad SD card (sometimes cards will temporarily "fix" themselves, but in reality they're just bad).
I'd definitely pick up a nice, big 16 or 32 GB card. Something like this 32 GB class 10 card:
...bit more expensive, but I trust the Samsung memory more. Probably can't go too wrong with either of them.
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