Before I spend my money for nothing. I just want to know if it's normal or not. When I'm shooting video in high quality (640X480X30fps) I can only shoot a 15-20 second video. I'm using a sandik 2gb ultra. When I use other lower settings I can make much longer video. Is it the memory that has a too slow writing speed to capture high resolution video? If I get a sandik extrem which is double the writing speed would I be able to capture video longer than 30 sec on highest resolution?
The rate is about 7 minutes of video per 1Gb of storage. The camera does not write more than X66 so the card is ok, you should try to format the card via the camera, use the low level format and then try to shoot again, it should work after a low level format.
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This is a very irritating problem with the D-90 in Video mode.
In fact, Nikon has done a really poor job with it's video function in its very, very good still cameras.
I have an Olympus that cost less than 1/4 what I paid for my Nikon D-90 and it's video quality and zoom capability is 20 times better than Nikon while it's function as a still camera is almost equal to Nikon.
I can do far more with the Nikon but do I really need to?
The only thing you can do in video mode is stop shooting. Then you have to refocus before you can shoot the next video clip. This takes tine as has caused me to miss good shots because I could not simply pause and resume shooting at the same lens setting I had been using.
Since I shoot nearly as much video as I do still stuff, I should have bought a different camera...one which does have good video capability. If I had invested the same amount of money in an Olympus that I have in my Nikon, I'd wager that I'd have better video capability and high quality still capability as well. And Olympus has a great electronic zoom and autofocus that beats Nikon hands down.
In the end, if you want decent video capability in a still camera, Nikon is not the way to go unless they've improved enormously since coming out with the D-90.
If you want to have a High Quality Graphics on your HDTV you just need to use a HDMI cable or Component Cables that transmit High Definition Quality of Video. Settings of Video will automatically be adjusted. HDMI Cables transmit both high def video and audio signals.
The camera is supposed to be released in December, but realistically it may be delayed as is commonly the case with new products. If you HAVE to have it by the end of December then I would strongly suggest having a backup plan with another camera in case the release is delayed.
As for your lens question: if you are limited to $800 on the lens, then why are you even considering the AF101? Lenses are more important than the camera itself (within reason). You might consider getting a GH2 and a complete lens set instead of the AF101. However, you should be able to get a couple good lenses for that price range.
You didn't specify what type of shooting you need to do so it is hard to advise you on the lens, but I will assume you have standard shooting requirements. Firstly, I would recommend an m4/3 to Nikon adapter and get all Nikon lenses. This will give you the most selection and the best price and excellent glass quality. The first lens I would get would be a Nikon Nikkor 50mm f/1.2 AI-S, which can be had for under $500. That will give you a 100mm (in 35mm terms) field of view. It is an excellent lens and f/1.2 will give you very shallow depth of field. I would then spend the remaining money on the Panasonic 20mm f/1.7 lens which will give you a good normal view (equivalent to a 40mm lens in 35mm terms).
Alternately, you can obtain a good used 50mm f/1.4 Nikkor for under $200. It is also an excellent lens and still gives a very shallow DOF. You could then spend the other $300 on another lens, like a wider lens or a 105mm f/2.5 Nikkor for longer shots. I use my f/1.4 Nikkor 50mm on my m4/3 GH1 90% of the time, but your shooting style will determine what you need. You DO NOT want a zoom lens though, as that will not give you near the quality. Be sure also to only consider manual focus only lenses (other than the Panasonic 20mm). The focus on those is MUCH MUCH better for video work. The manual focus Nikkors include the non-AI, AI, and AI-S lens lines.
Yes I am also having same problem. Kodak M550 is basically still photo shooting camera. It is not video player. If you will play that recording on pc or other any equipment you will hear good sound. It records normal speaking better not best quality.
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Around here, it's impossible to buy a "new" 15-inch LCD monitor,
because "used" ones sell for about $30 US.
In comparison, a qualified TV/video technician will charge $60/hour to trouble-shoot.
So, rather than spending money to try to repair it, spend an equal amount of money, and buy a replacement monitor.
In the settings menu, go to video settings. You can have the PS3 search for "optimal settings" This will tackle both video & audio.
On a side note, you didn't need to spend all that money a HDMI cable. ( I'll bet it's a 'Monster' cable, right? ) The $16 Phillips at walmart is just as good. Unless your doing "broadcast quality digital" work, the expensive cables are overkill. Sorry, bro.