SanDisk 128GB Extreme microSD

BikingBob

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Thank you for sharing. I have had such a mixed bag with them and the Samsung Evo line. I swear 50% of all Micro SD's are trash out of the box.
 

PlayLoud

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I've only used one (Samsung Evo 256GB) and it has been working like a champ (for the couple weeks I've been using it).
 

KD_LA

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It depends on the dashcam also.

I've been using this yellow/orange Samsung EVO XC I U3 https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B06XWM99NP/ in my Vantrue N2 Pro for 18 months now, which is exactly what the manufacturer recommends. The red (EVO Plus) and green (EVO Select) are cheaper, lower performance, and not recommended for the N2 Pro.

The thing with dual-lens dashcams is that they need to write twice as much video to the SD card as a single-lens one, and the card has to keep up with it so needs to be higher performance. In addition, you do need to periodically format the card to preserve its life, also as recommended by Vantrue.
 

PlayLoud

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It depends on the dashcam also.

I've been using this yellow/orange Samsung EVO XC I U3 https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B06XWM99NP/ in my Vantrue N2 Pro for 18 months now, which is exactly what the manufacturer recommends. The red (EVO Plus) and green (EVO Select) are cheaper, lower performance, and not recommended for the N2 Pro.

The thing with dual-lens dashcams is that they need to write twice as much video to the SD card as a single-lens one, and the card has to keep up with it so needs to be higher performance. In addition, you do need to periodically format the card to preserve its life, also as recommended by Vantrue.
I can confirm the Samsung Evo Plus/Select work just fine with the Vantrue N2 Pro in dual camera mode. They are WAY faster than they need to be.
 

TXUbering

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It depends on the dashcam also.

I've been using this yellow/orange Samsung EVO XC I U3 https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B06XWM99NP/ in my Vantrue N2 Pro for 18 months now, which is exactly what the manufacturer recommends. The red (EVO Plus) and green (EVO Select) are cheaper, lower performance, and not recommended for the N2 Pro.

The thing with dual-lens dashcams is that they need to write twice as much video to the SD card as a single-lens one, and the card has to keep up with it so needs to be higher performance. In addition, you do need to periodically format the card to preserve its life, also as recommended by Vantrue.

I have some nitrogen for your tires for the cheap if you'd like.... :p
 
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