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Video i am only able to shoot 9secs of video. The message say recording has stopped because of limited ammount of memory card. which size should i be using thanks Jo

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Hi, the best thing you can do is to buy a 1 or 2 Gigabyte SD Card. Taking videos is at about ~100 MByte / minute. So if you take a 1 GIG-SD Card you may take ~10-12 minutes video or at a 2 GigByte SD Card you may take ~20-22 minutes (pure video).( But you may change to still picture in the meantime as you like).

Putting in the SD Card, swith on your camera, choose the video mode and push 'LCD Mode': there you'll see the info "R 22m47sec" on your LCD on the upper right position - for example.
This is the review-function and is your best way to check your video (while choosing the review-position on your wheel and than push the "6 o'clock"=review button on the camera and your video will start.
Have fun, you're also able to use the zoom-in while taking videos.
The DMC TZ1 is a beautiful camera.

Rolf

Posted on Jun 28, 2008

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this is the most irrelevant and misplaced option (for controlling the size of a video captures by the video camera) (honestly even though i had the same problem , and somehow i find the option,and solve it ,but i`m nearly 1 hour wondering for the same option for you to solve your problem)
i had the same situation ,but mine was worse , my camera captured only 5 sec (you don`t have any problem for approximately unlimited amount of time for your capturing, even if you`re just using your 2GB memory card ,still is more than you can imagine : but remember your nokia 6303i classic ,could use additional storage device,and act as a host for that kind of device : you can easily connect your flash memory (by choosing the right usb adapter )directly to your nokia device,and your mobile detect this memory as a host , and all you need to do , is to change your saving contents location (actually , i connect my (8G Flash + 16G integrated ram reader) mp3 player directly to the phone by USB ,and through the os of nokia , i can browse , play ,locate,and set as saving place)
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  • IMPORTANT NOTE : it may you wont see the option the first time you select camera ,,make sure you select video camera/setting ,and the option will be there

(additional setting related) so to correct this ,you must go to your messaging setting (who the **** think that the reason may be in there ) select MORE / Msg. settings / multimedia messages
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and the default timing ,is define limit in time,if the option restricted ,is selected

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Video Mode
Press the MODE button to select the Video mode.
Note: The camera has limited internal memory allowing you to record up to 20 seconds in QVGA. An SD
card (up to 8GB) needs to be inserted in order to use the video mode normally.

When the icon appears on the top left corner of the LCD screen this indicates that you are in Video
mode.

1. Prepare the object or subject you wish to record.
2. Press the Shutter button to begin shooting the video.
3. The elapse time will appear on the top right of the LCD screen and the icon will flash on the
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4. Press the Shutter button again to stop the recording and save this file in AVI format.

Note:
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2. When the camera's memory is full, the “Memory Full Insert a SD Memory Card to Transfer and
Shoot More video!” message will appear on the LCD screen when you attempt shoot more videos.
Download the test file from the internal memory to the PC or delete them to shoot more videos.
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3. The LED will light up when the light condition is not good.

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