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Discussion in 'Pro/Adv Discussion' started by canecop, Apr 29, 2015.
Does it come with a microSD card or do you have to purchase one separately? Thanks in advance.
im sure it comes with one, different size model version dependant IIRC?
don't have it yet, but it comes with one. you should still buy a new one since it's only a 16gb and probably a class 4
It does come with one, I snapped a picture of the one included with the P3 Pro.
Thank you to everyone that replied.
Just watched an unboxing video with someone searching for it - it's already in the camera.
The card that comes with the Phantom 3 writes at about 40MB/s. You can use a card as large as 64GB. Keeping within the same specs, here are some good options:
Samsung (50MB/s write speed)
SanDisk (40MB/s write speed)
Seems they have put a pretty good memory card in with it, not big granted but class 10 which i didn't expect. I like good news about our new P3s.
I think it's natural they'd include a class 10, it's part of the spec:
"Max capacity: 64 GB. Class 10 or UHS-1 rating required"
I wouldn't have expected them to include a memory card at all, you can spend thousands and thousands of pounds on any camera and not get a memory card.
Is there an eye to hook a lanyard to?
Yes, it's at the base of the tablet mount in the center of the remote controller.
Run image recovery software on the included micro SD card. Lots of photos from inside the DJI factory have been recovered by Inspire 1 owners.
Just for a lark I will have to give that a shot, card rescue should work.
I'll try it too. That would be funny if there are any.
It comes with a 16 GB 633x Lexar Micro card. I'll have to go back and check through the box, but I don't think there is a reader included.
There were test photos from the factory on my Phantom 2. I think they left them on there purposely.