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I have a problem with recording any data past 1 minute 7 seconds. I have the Mitsuba mv300 8.0 model. Can you please assist me with my problem or email me a manual. Thank you

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Mitsubausa.com has the manuals and you need to get a memory card. it only comes with 32meg . rite aid has them on sale all the time for like 5-10 bux for a gig.

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Forget the manual, the product is trash. Don't spend 1 more dime for anything. A rip-off product, you got sucked into buying. Mitsuba needs to go back to china.

Posted on Aug 07, 2008

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