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Nope. I had an Xperia T and without root or bootloader unlock to load extra drivers it is completely impossible to get exFAT drives to mount on the Xperia T.

I haven't tried the Xperia Z yet since I don't have a microSD to SD-adapter but I'm almost completely sure it still won't work.
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1.5gb is 10 mins in full Hd on Xperia s.
So if you film something with alot of detail and sound its goin to be a concern.

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Evidence that the Xperia Z supports 64GB microSD cards:



Mine is a Sandisk microSDXC 64GB card.

When I first inserted the card into the phone, it would say that the card is not supported and asked if I wanted to format the card. When I select the "OK" option, it formats the card and it's all ready to be used.
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Can you let us know which file system is used on your card ? i.e ( FAT32/exFAT etc ).

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Can you let us know which file system is used on your card ? i.e ( FAT32/exFAT etc ).

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How do I check which file system the phone has formatted the card to? Any tool that can do so?
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How do I check which file system the phone has formatted the card to? Any tool that can do so?
put memory card in to card reader ->(make sure pc is on) start->my computer -> drive E->right click ->properties-> system files : ......
 
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if you have a terminal emulator you can using fdisk.

Or just plug it in your computer then mount as mass storage when the drive is shown on my computer it should have a label of the filesystem on the description.
 
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It states as FAT32:

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So only fat32.

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