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How Long Can I Record?

How long can I record on which tape?

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Re: How Long Can I Record?

HS Mode STD mode LS3 Mode Tape: (1080i/720p): (Better than Mini DV): (DVD Quality): DF-300U 2.5 Hours 5 Hours 15 Hours DF-420U 3.5 Hours 7 Hours 21 Hours DF-480U* 4 Hours 8 Hours 24 Hours

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