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Movie recording I can only get 30-40 seconds of recording and memory is full.

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    i have a problem where it says i have a full memory when i only
    recorded 40 seconds and on the box it says you can get 60 hours help!
    i'm confused.

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You must get the 2 g card. Then you will have lots of memory

Posted on Dec 10, 2007

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