Quite some time back, the late UPMan, Paul Opitz, recommended High Endurance cards.I currently have the memory card that was included with the SDS200. I am looking to upgrade the memory card to 32GB. I am looking at Sandisk.
Should I go with the Extreme Plus?
Or the High Endurance?
Is Sandisk a good brand? Or should I go with Samsung?
You can buy cheap or expensive as it probably doesn't matter with any of the cards that sell today. They are made for camera work where you record MB per second, and are specified to hold for many years of continous recording. In a scanner it's a thousend times less data rate, if you have record on. If you do not record then you do no write to the card unless you edit something on the scanner and then it's just a couple of hundred bytes.That recording and re-recording subject is what causes problems with SD cards in scanners, particularly when replay or record is active.
Uniden stopped using the cheapo cards when they saw the failure rate and went to something a little more resilient.
If you buy one card, may as well get a second for a spare.