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It might be a Vanguard, and I'm putting +1 on the question to cancel out the negative...most tripod manufacturers don't restrict themselves to photo or video. Take a look at http://www.vanguardworld.com/ and see if you can see any resemblance, or try google image search for 'vanguard logo'. It's the closest I can identify
Benchmark the card read/write speeds on your (or someone else's) computer. Class 10 should read & write at speeds of at least 10 MB/sec. For stable recording at 1080p@30fps, you probably need about 6 MB/sec minimum write speed. If the card isn't performing at its specified rate, then this could be your problem. You could use something like hdtune on ...
Two things come to mind: Check your owner manual to verify your card is compatible with your camera. then, go to the card maker website and search cards for highest transfer speed for your camera. This should help you to rate your card. You'll find higher transfer speeds cost more money. Example: 95mb transfer speed for my camera was $60.
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