low card speed - stop recording

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  1. FXWojtek

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    Dear All,

    I have an issue with DAB-201. I thought that FW update had help but unfortunatelly no.

    From time to time (latelly offten) i get info low card speed stop recording. Card is fast enought it is UHS-1. I have also updated FW to posted by CaptureYourAction - no improvements.

    Do You have any idea ?
     
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    More than I can review. ;)
    Test the card with h2testw software.
     
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    ADATA UHS-1 card, write test 160Mbps (bits) read test 160Mbps, isn't that enought?
     
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    Should be enough.
    Try formatting card in the dashcam.
     
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    Already did :/ ...
     
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    Then try another card.
    Borrow it from a phone or a friend to try.
     
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    I have just tried with class6 microsd. 22min recording 2560 x 1440 without problems. I will wait untill card would be full to strat overwritening .

    In theory even class 4 can do 2560 x 1440 @30fps in D201 since bitrate is below 32Mbps.
     
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    Some dashcams are picky with SD card brands.
     
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    Dear All,

    It seems to be a problem with card. It was fast enought but maybe some imcompatibilitie. I used Kingston 64GB class 10, and now it seems to be all right. I will keep You updated.
     
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    Hi I have the same problem with my samsung card, stops working after a while the says card to slow its a class 10. so i may have to try another brand card
    thanks for the information guys
     
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    Right bought another card 32 GIG works well solved my problem. suggest to try other brand of cards. i had a samsung 32 gig evo no good
     
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    I was using a 64GB Sony Class-10 (doesn't even say U1) and it worked fine at the highest bitrate, but I noticed that my camera (with custom firmware v3415 and the highest bitrate) doesn't like two other Class 10 microSD (64GB Toshiba Exceria U3 and 128 GB Silicon Power Elite U1); on the 128 GB Silicon Power Elite, I have to use the Low setting in the custom firmware and I notice that a lot of my files are broken in 100 MB chunks. H2testw show they can write at least 19Mbyte/s.
     
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