I have not seen a rating system for endurance. Not that there isn’t one, but if there is, I’m not aware. Cards are rated for X number of read/write cycles, but that info may not be provided, especially for non high endurance cards.
High endurance cards are generally marketed with “high endurance” and advertised as being for video/security cameras. Non high endurance cards generally void the warranty for using in that type of application in the fine print.
I am using these: Hyundai Technologies SDC32GU1 Class 10 (32GB) I have zones set for recording so get tons of recording time with sound on. I keep a couple of spares on hand since they are inexpensive and can change one out quickly if I notice an issue but so far…
My cams (WYZE CAM v2) are set for motion with sound on. At first my recordings were saved to my Wyze app in view playback, using iCloud storage. I recently noticed that my cams are no longer saving any recordings and all my old playback recordings are gone. My cams are telling me I need SD cards. If I’m recording motion with sound on, how many days worth of storage will a 32GB card give me? 64GB? 128GB? 256? What’s a good brand SD card that works good for this type of recording and will the SD cards be ready to just put in my cams right out of the box? Also does anybody know where my old playback recording may have gone?
Stay away from SanDisk micro SD cards. I just had one go into read only mode and cannot get it out. Looked to warranty out the card with SanDisk but the warranty does not cover this card being used in surveillance cameras.