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Help when i am recording it is not picking up the sounds

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  • bedromiz4u Dec 26, 2007

    i love my finpix 400

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  • amanda_falco Apr 14, 2009

    when i take a video it picks up no sound help?

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It not a problem...the finpix 400 can take videos but it would not pick up sounds...its really that way... =)

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