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Video camera and permant filming: Lots of data

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Video camera and permant filming: Lots of data

Hi

I'm thinking about buying a video camera for a longer cycling tour. I'm not sure yet which camera, but I read several times that a 32 GB SD card is full after about 3 hours of filming. So I need (more than) one card per day, if I capture all the time while cycling.
If you don't carry 100 SD cards with you, how do you deal with the problem with all the full cards when you're cycling through the wild?

Regards, Ole

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Don't film everything

Hi!

Best option is not to film everything. Choose just a few moments to film per day. If you film everything you will have a bunch of clips to deal with when editing.

Regards!

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Thanks for your answer,

Thanks for your answer, Orlando. I think you're right. Someone else sent me also a message suggesting not to film everything, for the same reasons.

Regards