Link: https://www.manualslib.com/manual/416658/Sharp-Xe-A407.html?page=8#manual

Please answer these questions:

  1. Does it need to be commercial-grade?
  2. Can I use less than 32GB?

Thank you in advance!

  • 1. Depends on how reliable you want it to be, and how much data is being written. "commercial grade" is mainly shorthand for the type of memory cells used, and the "write cycles" that type can sustain. SLC=highest durability, MLC less durable, TLC least durable (consumer). Google whatever card you have or are thinking of to find what type it uses. However, increasing the card capacity also increases the "durability" as each individual cell is written to less. I think they're mainly covering themselves... consumer SDs are pretty reliable, actually. 2. the manual says "up to", so, Yes.
    – Stax
    Jul 21 '21 at 2:56

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