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Power save feature

I want to use my camera for shooting a stop-motion movie. I connect it to the main power and to my computer thru the firewire cable. All works fine, but after a rather brief period of inactivity my camera goes asleep and I have to switch off/on the camera. Is there a possibility to override this?

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Problem solved! Removed the cassette which disables sleep time for camera.

Posted on May 27, 2008

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    Failing that if you are a beginner the i would suggest Pinnacle Studio 11, it is easy to learn and until you get more advanced it will do everything you want it to do. Just don't "rush" the programme, if it wants to wait and work, then wait with it!.
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    With the camera and the computer connected via the firewire, Read the NLE manual and learn how to capture to your NLE. Then "voila" your video is in the NLE for you to edit it with. Make sure you have enough battery power to take you through the capture process, or hook up your camera to the power cable that came with the camera.(best)

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