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A. I’d recommend going for 4GB cards. The reason is that once you get them home, it’s easy to transfer the video off the card and store it onto cheap single-layer DVD-recordable discs. Since they can hold 4.7GB of data, you’ll get one flash card’s worth of video straight onto a single-layer DVD recordable disc without having to convert it or anything.
That means you get economical storage plus you can store the video in its original format so you lose no quality whatsoever.
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