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Hello I have problem with my Canon Legria HV40. I get error saying "In Card Position" when trying to record video to the mini SD-card. I want to record only to mini SD card, not to tape -I have no tape insalled. Is the problem that it is not possible to record only to SD-card? Do you have to record video to tape? If not what is the problem? Thank you for helping me. Best regards Camilla

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SOURCE: IN CARD POSITION

A properly functioning camcorder will report this if it has both a card for recording and a tape mechanism for recording, with a switch set "in card position" when you press the movie mode record button. If you have a camcorder like this, look for a button marked "photo" that is used specifically for snapping still photos.

Posted on Jun 15, 2007

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SOURCE: Is there any way to record a video onto the sd card instead of tape?

You can't. SD card is only to take images in this camera.

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The ZR85 does not support any memory card larger than 512 mb.
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Posted on Mar 03, 2009

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SOURCE: cant view video off my mini sd card when i put it in computer

Try Downloading Quicktime to your PC. Its free and it plays 3GP(Mobile Phone) and MP4. Which is probably the format your phone is saving the videos in.

http://www.apple.com/quicktime/download/

Download Link is on the Left.

Posted on Jul 01, 2009

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SOURCE: Transfering video to SD Card

if your camera takes an sd card their should be a save to memory card setting in the menu of the device if that does not work you could transfer them to your pc then drag and drop them on your sd card

Posted on Aug 07, 2009

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