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Video problems when I take pictures with my camera it shows up on the memory card, but when I record videos and try to view it the camera sais memory card error and later it says data corrupted. How please can I fix this?

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Probably the memory card is corrupted try a new memery card if the error persists contact canon at www.canon.com and ask them what else could be done to fix the error

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I don't understand what you mean with shift it to capture / camera mode.
To make a video, you press the button on the back side top right. To stop the recording you press the same button.
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hi,

there are two memories on your camera. there is an on-board memory and then the memory card.
usually the on-board memory is usually small and its completely possible that you have being taking all your pictures onto the on-board memory which is not large.

because video files are usually large, it may not be possible to record your videos onto the on-board memory.

here are some tips for you.

to confirm if you have being using on-board memory for your pictures, you should remove the memory card then take pictures with the camera. if you can stiil access all your pictures then you have being using the on=board memory.

the memory card could also might have not being well inserted, so insert properly and use.
its also possible the memory card might be corrupt so scan for viruses.
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N.B. before formatting please back up your data.

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Refer this article to import camera files to computer.

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Hi,

The picture that I posted shows a TZ3 mode dial. I added a blue arrow to point out an icon on the mode dial.
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1. Turn the mode dial on the camera so this icon is selected.
2. Switch on the camera.
3. Aim the camera at your subject, press the shutter button halfway to focus, then press it fully to begin the video. (Just as you would take a picture.)
4. To stop taking video, press the shutter button fully again.
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~When a video starts being taken, its current length will appear on the camera's LCD screen.
~Videos take up more space on the memory card than do pictures.
~If an SD memory card becomes full while recording, then the video will stop automatically.
~Videos can be played back on the camera's "PLAYBACK" mode. They can also be viewed on a TV or downloaded to a computer.

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