Hello, Problem as in the subject, I have a Samsung EVO + 4K 64GB card in the exFAT file system but my camera only supports the FAT32 file system, i.e. it sees it but the only resolution I can enable is 1080p @ 30fps. How can I permanently convert it to the FAT32 file system and with what parameters? The systems I have at my disposal are Win7, WinXP, Linux Mint.
In the camera options, you can make a card format for a file system that the camera supports, then other resolution options will appear. You can also perform the card format on a computer with Windows, in the My Computer window, right-click on the drive under which the memory card appeared, choose format, then change the file system type from Fat to Fat 32.
@pidar Are you sure you format the 64GB card? The program will not support the 64GB card. Out of curiosity, I tried to format it with a 64GB / FAT32 card (previously formatted with the FAT32format program) and an effect like on the screenshot.
Forgive me that I did not specify what camera I am doing. ReadLeaf SJ5000 + (codification in the link: http://www.redleaf.pl/redleaf_sj5000.html) It supports 64GB card, otherwise it would pop up a message about the lack of a card, there is only a problem with choosing the resolution as I wrote earlier. I'm just doing the full format in the FAT32 Format program and it's 15% and time 1h 45m to the end, we'll see how it goes.
Oh, OK. On the 32GB card, 10 in the FAT32 file format, everything is available without any problems. Will do and see what will happen, let the program end. I'll let you know if it went. At the most I will have to buy a 32GB card.
I have my own 64 after Lumia sold and now I am doing as a pen
Thanks for your help and advice, too much of everything sometimes to sit down and read, now with this 32GB card will not be a problem and I will use it for something as I wrote. Oh, the instructions are written up to 32GB , but in the manufacturer's specification is max 64GB and that's what I suggested.