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VIP
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Registered: ‎08-13-2015

Re: I am trying to take video with my Canon EOS 60D


@Dima wrote:

Hi!

The main question that still turns me is why the buffer is aiming to overflow considering I use this card as shown below.

 Do you think it is not enough for camera 60D? Low resolution is a good Idea I think but why other cameras don't require this and record video as announced by CANON - HDQ.

фото: карта памяти SDXC 64ГБ Class 10 UHS-I 48MB/s SanDisk Ultra


Record in low resolution as a test to see if the camera is overheating.

 

That card should work just fine, AFAIK.  However, the insruction manual does say to  "use an SD Speed Class 6, or faster" on page 287.  It says to use an "SD" card, not "SDHC" or "SDXC". 

 

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Secure_Digital

 

In other words, your card may have too much storage space.  Did you perform a low level format of the card in the camera?  Canon DSLRs use Microsoft's exFAT file system to store data in SD cards.

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Re: I am trying to take video with my Canon EOS 60D

Excuse me but I've never seen pure SD cards in retail. SD is a general meaning and SDHC/SDXC are particular cases.

Besides I spoke to Canon guys and they confirm the type of the usung card is ok.

I perform a low level format on the camera everytime when I tranfer my video/photo to the PC.

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Re: I am trying to take video with my Canon EOS 60D


@Dima wrote:

Excuse me but I've never seen pure SD cards in retail. SD is a general meaning and SDHC/SDXC are particular cases.

Besides I spoke to Canon guys and they confirm the type of the usung card is ok.

I perform a low level format on the camera everytime when I tranfer my video/photo to the PC.


Of course, you're correct.  If Canon says the card's specifications if okay, then the card could be bad.  I still say try a smaller card, 32 GB or less.  Consider using cards comparable to those that were available at the time when the camera was released.

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Re: I am trying to take video with my Canon EOS 60D


@Dima wrote:

Excuse me but I've never seen pure SD cards in retail. SD is a general meaning and SDHC/SDXC are particular cases.

Besides I spoke to Canon guys and they confirm the type of the usung card is ok.

I perform a low level format on the camera everytime when I tranfer my video/photo to the PC.


Well, you may never have seen a "pure" SD card, but they do exist. SDHC and SDXC are not so much particular cases as functional extensions to meet newer capacity standards.

Bob
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Registered: ‎06-30-2016

Re: I am trying to take video with my Canon EOS 60D

 Two cards (64Gb SDXC 10class) bought recently are likely to be bad I guess.Smiley Wink

However a thought that camera requires smaller card seems to me reasonable.

Thank you, I will try to operate as you suggested with lower capacity card.

 

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Re: I am trying to take video with my Canon EOS 60D

This was very helpful. I also had the same problem.
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Re: I am trying to take video with my Canon EOS 60D

Did you manage to cure your camera? What method did you help?

VIP
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Registered: ‎08-13-2015

Re: I am trying to take video with my Canon EOS 60D


@Dima wrote:

 Two cards (64Gb SDXC 10class) bought recently are likely to be bad I guess.Smiley Wink

However a thought that camera requires smaller card seems to me reasonable.

Thank you, I will try to operate as you suggested with lower capacity card.

 


I do not think you necessarily have bad cards.  You just might not have the best cards for your older camera.  Did you try what was suggested earlier, and use a smaller capacity card, 32 GB or less?

 

 

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Re: I am trying to take video with my Canon EOS 60D

Not yet but I will!
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Re: I am trying to take video with my Canon EOS 60D

So I finally completed my work and can say Canon 60D doesn't like SDXC cards. I used SDHC only and I shot whole summer and never met any cases with buffering video. At least not yet!

Thank you for good advice!

 

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