I was wondering if anyone could answer a couple of my questions. First, when you record a movie on the camera, how come theres no sound? Do you have to import it onto the computer to get sound? Second, how do you import the movie? Thanks!
There should be sound when you playback right on the camera, unless your camera doesn't support movie with audio. I have an A345 which does so i'm assuming yours should. It's possible the volume on your camera is turned down too, you can turn it up by pressing the menu button, and scrolling over to option. To import the movie all you need to do is the same thing you do with pictures. You have to have set up the software on your computer first and then you use the usb cable it came with and plug it in.. the menu should pop up automatically and just choose to view files thru the finepix viewer and it will guide you through the import.
Hope that helps :)
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The S3380 is a still camera with limited video capabilities, not a true video camera. No matter how big the memory card, a single movie clip cannot exceed nine minutes.
This limitation is due to economics, not technical. In some countries video cameras are taxed at a higher rate than still cameras. A still camera that cannot record for ten minutes is considered to be a still camera, not a movie camera, and is thus taxed at the lower rate.
How often do you see something in a movie lasting ten minutes, shot continuously from the same viewpoint with the same camera? Usually movies are made by splicing together shorter clips.
If you really need to be able to film longer clips, like a family member performing in a play or a concert, then you need a true video camera.
From page 80 of this manual: "Optical zoom blocks sound being recorded when zooming."
Many cameras do this as otherwise the recording will include the sound of the lens being zoomed. There are two possible workarounds for this: 1) Don't use the optical zoom while recording. 2) Use an external sound recorder to record the soundtrack and mix them together on the computer.
Connect the camera to your computer, without a memory card inserted.
Transfer the movie to the computer. After this is done, you format the camera using the Setup menu. Then you will have cleared the internal memory. Before formatting, check that the movie has been transfered the computer.
The answer is YES. Be aware thate there are 2 types of XD cards: type M and type H. The type M it is not recommended for movie recording with your S5000 camera. The type H does not have this problem. Here is fugi compatibility site : http://www.fujifilm.com/products/digital_cameras/accessories/card/s/