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How long does it to take to record the image data to the Compact Flash card?

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Re: record the image

Full size image: Approximately 48 seconds for Super Fine images, 5 seconds for Fine, 2 seconds for Standard, 1.5 sec for Economy Half size image: Approximately 12 seconds for Super fine images, 1.8 second for Fine, 1.5 second for Standard, 1.3 second for Economy. The recording time may vary according to the scenes.

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Please don't hesitate to use the comment text box below for any further assistance, such as the support page at Sony for your camera if you don't have in in yoru manual. Or any information you may need regarding shooting in high speed mode and what format to use. Most Pros that consult with me are using JPEG uncompressed. If you have questions please provide more detail on how you have your camera setup and under what conditions you are shooting in when attempting to capture more frames per continuous mode shotting.

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I would like to transfer images back from my computer to my Flash Card so I can transfer the images to a DVD player. Is this possible?


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