Question about Cameras
Tried two different SD cards and new batteries. Can only get a few minutes of recording time before it cuts off.
Hi Roger, Are you using name brand alkaline batteries or some generic brand that cost $2.00 per case ?? If you are using high quality batteries then the camera has a serious problem.
Posted on Jan 26, 2013
Testimonial: "I believe it was the batteries. I purchased some re-chargeable NiCd batteries and was able to get much longer recording time. Thanks."
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Mine is not exactly a solution...I just wanted to share my experience with this very same problem over the past 3 days. Nothing worked, new batteries...newly charged batteries. So I brought the camera to work this morning, hoping my boss would be able to help me solve this problem. And all of a sudden it worked on its own ater I tried turning it on for about the 75th time. Has anyone figured out why the camera is doing this?
Posted on Jan 28, 2008
SOURCE: SD card rejection
I have seen SD cards go defective. Also, enquire to the manufacture of the camera or at least the dealer to make sure that the model of SD card that you have is compatible. I have seen compatiblity issues with particular SD card types on specific models.
Posted on Jun 06, 2008
SOURCE: Pictures won't record on SD card
maybe you are saving pictures to your camera internal memory,if so try to change it in settings for SD card,or it could be that your camera does not accept the type of sd you are using,try any other card and see
Posted on Feb 27, 2009
SOURCE: Camera won't record on SD card
SD cards have become the industry standard....but beware...there are SD cards NOT backward compatible...i.e.,some cams won't take 2GB or larger; then there is SDHC; SDHC(HD); RUNS FROM 512G thru 32GB HC/HD; ECT...check your cams manual for SD card compatibility.
Posted on Feb 17, 2010
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