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How long would the battery last?

What is the recording time provided battery allows for?

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Re: How long would the battery last?

Fully charged battery should allow approx. 1 hour of continuous recording (depending on use of zoom/focus features).

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Depending upon the connectivity of your PC, there are a couple of ways to get your video to your computer. Assuming your camcorder only has analogue A/V out (yellow red and white RCA), the first thing you need to buy is an analogue to digital converter. There are 2 ways to hook these up to your PC. The best way is using Firewire connectivity. However, if your PC does not have firewire, you'll have to settle for USB connectivity. Through USB, the video will appear choppy, whereas, with firewire, the video will appear as smooth as the original. Just google the terms "rca to usb" or "rca to firewire" to find lots of product that will allow you to convert analogue to digital.

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