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Hi i hav recently brought EOS D550...everythng is fine just having problm with shooting a movie...when i shot a movie it works only for few seconds and than it stops autometically....throwing a Movie recording stops autometically....dont know what to do...I am using 8GB SDHC memory card.....can u pleae help me out how to solve this problm

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You need a class 6 or better card for uninterrupted movies.

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