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Can anyone tell me what recording size is going to be? I'd be shooting on an FS5 into a Shogun Inferno, 4k and HD, ProRes, DNx and possibly Raw at some point. Will a 480GB card be enough for 2-3 hours of footage? Currently I run with 2x128gb SD cards in camera.
Asked by: Sean E.
It all depends on what codec you will be shooting in. Raw gets you somewhere around 15 minutes of recording at 4K 24. ProRes HQ at 4K 24 is over an hour, I just cant remember exactly how long