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When I'm recording video using my Olympus xz-1, i keep encountering "card error". Often, it happen after recording for > 2 min. is this my memory card problem or the camera problem.

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Hello,
There is actually a very very big chance that it was the memory card. Your camera might have been having troubles writing data to the memory storage device such as the memcard itself due to corrupted files in it. Try to format the memory card to remove any sort of glitches, if it does the same, try a different memory card to see if it will do the same exact error.

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