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Cannot Record Videos

I remember when I first purchased this camera 2 years ago I could record videos by simply rotating the dial to the symbol of a movie camera and the top-left corner of my LCD would have that symbol on it too, now whenever I try to rotate the dial to the movie mode IT JUST TAKES PICTURES, and the symbol on the corner of the LCD says "My1" just like it would if I rotate the dial to "Scene". How can I set this camera to record video when its set on video mode so it doesnt just take pictures and says "My1" on the LCD instead of the movie camera symbol?

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I would try changing the memorised info that you put into your My1 settings and see if that helps. I just got my V700 today and the first thing I did was put my preferences into My1. I don't really know why your camera is transferring this to your video setting but try removing your presettings in My1.

Posted on Jul 16, 2007

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