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Movie length when recording movie it only gives me 4 min and 40 sec of time. Itseems a timer is on I cant turn off. any help? thanX!

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Don't remember any timer that does this... Could also be that your card isn't large enough, and is full.
Movies need a lot of space, how much depends on your settings.
Also, check that you have transferred all old files (pix and movies) from the card to your computer (remember to back them up after transfer), and reformatted your card.
Hope this helps... :)

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