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F55 - Memory Stick Limit? MPEG Frames per Second?

What is the limit for the F55 Memory Stick compatability? Will it support 64MB? 128MB? etc? What is the maximum number (or default) of frames per second when recording mpeg videos? Thanks, scott

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I don't know what the exact frame rate is, but it's fairly low. I reckon about 8-10 FPS, which is more than good enough to put on a web page or to email to someone. If you need anything higher quality wise, then you're better off looking at a mini-DV camcorder ;-)

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The official line from Sony is that all devices that take memory sticks will be compatible with future sizes of memory stick. This was a major design consideration for them. If that is the case, then I applaud them for that as it pretty much future-proofs the devices as far as memory is concerned (Sony say that they'll have 256Mb memory sticks by 2001, i.e. in the next 14 months or so!). So I would say yes, the F55 should be compatible with all the new memory sticks that are coming out. Regards,

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