I agree with Tetsujin's answer - I would not use SSD for long term storage. I've already had scenarios where I've gone to read data of stored SSDs, and found them not readable. I'm yet to encounter this on any external HDD I have parked away (but would not be surprised if I have some dead ones in my archive at this point).
If the footage is particularly valuable, I would keep at least 2 copies in different mediums, and check them at regular intervals. All my important material sits on network storage (NAS), which has disk redundancy within the unit. My primary NAS is backed up to a secondary NAS, and then I have a set of backup disks that I plug in at various intervals, which also keep a backup of the same data. I also keep some data backed up to the cloud (Dropbox, Backblaze), but those services come with a cost - it's a more limited backup.
I also have tons of raw footage that I don't ever expect to need again, which just sits around on external drives - again, HDD, not SSD. I would not trust SSD with anything important, how many other backups you keep depends on how important the material is to you, and how long you want to keep it safe.