Speaking of experiences with cell phones, SanDisk micro-SD cards on ExFAT seemed to be much more reliable than the Samsung branded. In general, you want to stay away from FAT32. If you're getting inexplicable corruption, consider whether it's the storage media and/or antiquated FAT32 file system. You'll also want to use the fastest SD card type that you can find. The slower/cheaper cards may not support the necessary, sustained write speeds. Also beware of counterfeit SD cards.