Question about Video Cameras
The opening screens for camera and dv both show the SD indicator but the actual working camera and dv don't. Picture and dv and audio players on the machine memory all indicate SD and battery signs in top RH corner when working
You should make sure that the SD card you've inserted into the camera has a specification that meets or exceeds the speed required by your video camera. Consult the camera manual to find this information - and optionally - recommended brand and SKU numbers.
Typically, this speed class value is on the label and is expressed as a number inside the letter "C" or letter "U" depending on card type. If the speed of the card is not fast enough, the video camera may refuse / fail to write to the card. Please check the link below for full details:
Speed Class SD Association
Posted on Apr 10, 2015
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