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Quick video from work.

Discussion in 'Forklifts/Telehandlers' started by 544D10, Jan 17, 2012.

  1. 544D10

    544D10 Well-Known Member

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    Cool.

    I have been thinking about getting a hero 2 for my motorcycle and possible for in my truck on road trips.
    The picture quality looks excellent. How much time will fit on the 32 SD card?
     
  3. 544D10

    544D10 Well-Known Member

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    It does a good job with the quality of the video and the pictures.

    For the stop motion picture feature you need a Class 10 card for the fast write speed.
    I use a Kingston 16GB Class 10 card and at 960P 48fps I can get about 2H22min of footage.
    I prefer the 960 setting for the higher frame rate than the 1080

    I didn't get a bigger card because I found with my older GoPro that I always downloaded the videos/pics every time I used it and never needed that much room.