Thanks for the info mate, very handy to know.
Very interesting, this shows that the R-R recording takes a lot of space...too bad I cannot turn off R-R like I can in my T6c. I think I will request it, this would greatly increase file recording and still give HR but without R-R.This has been asked several times.
I recently got back from a trip into the hills. 9 days out. AA USB Charger used (as per my review). I used the "change exercise" on the fly a fair bit on the Ambit2, swapping from 1sec & 60sec GPS to save log space. As it turns out there was no way I was going to fill up the memory on 1sec GPS, 10 sec recording mode.
To find out the size of the memory on Ambit2, I created a new user on the Mac to get a new download folder from the Ambit. The final size of the Moveslink2 folder was 44.2 Mb, 72Kb of sgee file
21 Moves downloaded.
Largest 7.9Mb: 4Hrs50mins 1sec GPS, 1sec record, HR enabled, FusedAlti, FusedSpeed (Trailrunning profile), No Apps recording.
Smallest 1.3Mb: 5Hrs53mins 60sec GPS, 10sec record, No HR, FusedAlti, No Fusedspeed (Trekking), No Apps recording.
Intermediate 1.6Mb: 4Hrs34mins 1sec Gps, 10sec record, No HR, FusedAlti, No FusedSpeed (Trekking), No Apps recording.
Thus from the crude calculations:
With no HR monitoring, you can use 1sec GPS and 10 sec log for about 120hrs
With full monitoring (HR & 1sec recording) you can log for about 25hrs
16MB ... 48MB ... Ambit3 with 96MB? If Suunto would add a simple slot for SDcard I would buy an own card (>1GB for <3 Euros Of course, a joke (NOT regarding the prize for the memory card)... but interesting how Suunto saved money for the Ambit1 (just half of the Fenix...) if the figures are right.My best guess seems to suggest the Ambit2 having a 48MB memory cell while the original Ambit1 only have 16MB (fenix is 32MB). I had no issue getting information about how many mAh the battery inside the Ambit1 was (480mAh) but I have not received a response about memory sizes. Why are Suunto keeping us in the dark about this?