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Videos on Cannon PowerShot A710IS time out at 2 min when recording

I have this A710IS and when I take videos (fast frame, standard or comact) the recording stops automatically at about 85 sec or 2 minutes. Camera is on tripod and tried all settings to see if there is a recording length to be set, but can't find it. Can you help me identify if it is a setting or camera problem?
Thanks, Nino

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    I have this A710IS and when I take videos (fast frame, standard or comact) the recording stops automatically at about 85 sec or 2 minutes. Camera is on tripod and tried all settings to see if there is a recording length to be set, but can't find it. Can you help me identify if it is a setting or camera problem?
    Thanks, Nino

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One of my friends had the same problem, I told him to change the memory card with a fast one and it works. I think it hapen when the camera buffer compilitly fulled becouse of low speed memory cards. I hope this helps.

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