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Old 12-30-2019, 03:20 PM   #42
Ron Evans
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Originally Posted by ulyssesvideo View Post
yes it should... if the gh5 can run 256g cards, then the gh5s should as well as it came out after the gh5

have you used a 256g card?
No, that is why I asked as originally 128GB was the limit. I initially tried the Sandisk Extreme Pro 256GB cards I use in my Video Assist and the GH5 refused them. They are v30 and work fine for HD in the Video Assist recording ProRes LT which is faster data rate than the GH5 150Mbps. Hence I assumed that the limit of 128GB was correct. Have not tried recently since the firmware updates. They are of course UHS 1 not 11 so that may be the reason. Do not want to buy UHS 11 and find out they too do not work. Don't need that amount on a card anyway.
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