Much better to treat the whole lot as sensitive data and simple get it off the camera ASAP and into your crypto filesystem. What would be really handy there is mislabelled storage cards. But a card that says "SD class 10 128GB" but is actually 256GB, and create a 128GB VeraCrypt hidden partition on it. Then format the other partition with your camera and away you go.
My personal use is more commonly that I'm moving in or out of a low-bandwidth country (like, say, Australia) and don't really want my data copied by the authorities as I pass through the border. So the risk of a blind DD catching the mislabelled card is probably higher, but the overall risk of detection is much lower.
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