I see there are SDHC and SDXC cards - it doesn't matter which to get? Is there a preference here?
Yes, that will work great. However, you will have to find a shareware program to format the 64GB CARD into FAT32. Windows won't do that natively. See post #22 above.Is this the bad-boy I need, that'll work right off-the-shelf? Sorry for the large image! lol
Impressive 300X UHS-I speeds for sequential shots and 3D video
Ideal for use with DSLR cameras and HD camcorders
Class 10 performance when used in a non-UHS-I capable device
Compliant - with the SD Card Association specification
Secure - built-in write-protect switch prevents accidental data loss
Compatible - with SDHC & SDXC host devices (not compatible with standard SD-enabled devices/readers; SDXC cards are not compatible with SDHC-enabled devices/readers)
File format - FAT32 (SDHC 16GB-32GB), exFAT (SDXC 64GB)
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The SDHC standard, which windows follows, only goes up to 32GB, as listed in the specs for that card you showed. Windows will format a bigger card in ExFat, which the C7 can't read. Various third party disk utilities can format the 64GB card to Fat32. I used a freeware program called guiformat.exe to format a 64GB card for my Z06. I have checked it and it works, giving me a ridiculous amount of recording time, over 1500 minutes.Even though it states FAT32 in file format? Thx
Its called Cosworth Toolbox. Register on this page, and they will e-mail you the program as an attachment.Great, another layer of...confusion--for us non-techies lol
How/where does one acquire the Coswoth program--I thought the PDR would automatically record w/ the performance info overlaid on the video--no?