Extreeeeeeme long take help needed.

I'm trying to work out a convenient way to shoot an extreme long take at 4K60, or similar HD.
In this case, long means about 24 hours. I've been searching for a way to do this, but keep reaching roadblocks...

I know the GH5 has no limit on shot length and can do the resolution and such, the problem is the recording device.
Ninja V has a 2TB limit, which puts us around a few hours at best.
Anyone have any ideas? Go wild. I'm willing to write code.

Let's assume we're blowing a few thousand dollars, but no more than like... $8K.

EDIT: To clarify, this needs to be moderately portable. Keep it under about 50 watts.
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Kim Welch

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I am curious why you want a take that is so long? Use a camera that has in-camera or multiple storage redundancy and replace one source after switching swap out and splice? I don't know cameras but I think Sony and Panasonic touted there multiple recording storage options. I don't know but I am sure there is a way to do this.