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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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