Camaro PDR Action...
As some of you may know, the new Camaros have an option called "PDR" (Performance Data Recorder). You can use it while you are driving and it'll record speed, steering angle, and other things for you to review later. It is perfect for the track or those awesome cruises you might have with a few of your buddies. One thing tho, you have to use a specific Micro SD card for it to work properly. I bought the wrong one the first time and am out by $27. The second one I bought works perfectly right out the box. So basically you need a card that has a speed 10 rating and is either 8GB, 16GB, or 32GB. I got the rating correct but I bought a 64GB and it is too large. The 64 and larger cards are not FAT32 which is the format they need to be in to work properly. Some people have re-formatted them...and in a desperate but futile attempt to do the same, I spent an entire night downloading 3 different programs and trying to use an old Galaxy S3 phone. I'm pretty computer savvy, but not enough to figure it out. So just remember, speed rating of 10 and either 8, 16, or 32 GB and you're all set. It is also good to use in general in the case of an accident. I thought I'd like to share that info.
Oh and you can get U1 or U3 (UHS1 or UHS3). U3 is faster but more expensive. From what I've read the U1 and U3 will perform exactly the same so it isn't necessary to waste the extra money...unless you need U3 for other devices.
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