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Video mode shuts down by itself

When I use my camera in vvideo mode it has begun shutting itself off, long before the memory card is full ( I checked this),


The batteries are also fully charged.

Any suggestions please?

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  • carol63 Jun 12, 2008

    Thanks, but it was working correctly before with the same memory card, so it must have been something in the settings - I've been poking at those and I think I've fixed it now, although I'm not sue how :-)

    Thanks again


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Format the memory card n then use it.

Posted on Jun 12, 2008

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