A 64GB card can hold 2132 pictures. Now depending on how long your trip is or how many photos you think you will take, you can make a pretty good decision on how big of a memory card you need.
64GB SD Card – H. 264 1080p – 3 Days Recording.
|Video Recording Time**|
|Recording speed||24 Mbps||8 Mbps|
|32GB||160 min||480 min|
|64GB||320 min||960 min|
|128GB||640 min||1920 min|
So in the case of your camera 4K is the only setting that will need fast memory cards. A 64GB card would have enough space for approximately 1 hour 20 minutes at 4K. If you shoot 1080p 60fps a 64GB card will have enough space for just over 5 hours recording.
If you are the type that takes a lot of photos as well as videos, choosing a memory capacity of a larger size will be the best move for you, such as the iPhone 11 – 128GB. If you just have a few hundred photographs, and occasional videos, iPhone 11 – 64GB will be the best option.
|Number of pictures||Memory needed for 2MB pictures|
In fact, 64gb would allow up to 5 hours of 1080p footage and only 1 hour and 20 minutes of 4K footage. The large difference in size can be explained by framerate, as 4K video requires 375 MB for a minute of footage at 30 frames per second.
So here is your answer: the size of one hour of 1080p video in quality, recommended for YouTube is 3.68 Gigabytes.
Some quick math and 24 hours of 4K 60FPS takes 34,560GB.
For [email protected],a 32GB micro SD card can record about 3 days non-stop. Storing with micro SD card uses loop recording.
1080p ( 60fps ): 1.75 hours.
Simple maths says that 128GB is 4 times the size of storage and therefore it should be able to record 12 hours. From 6 hours (1920*1080*24 in 60P) to infinite time depending on the compression ratio.
So one hour of 4K footage (4096 x 2160) equals around 42 GB.
30 minutes HD content = 1.1 GB.
How Many Video Hours Can it Hold? 16GB to 1TB (Chart)
|4K 16:9 24/30/60||0.48||7.68|
|4K 4:3 24/30||0.48||7.68|
|2.7K 16:9 24/30||0.96||15.36|
|2.7K 16:9 60/120||0.48||7.68|