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When in digital camcorder mode the camera only records 43 seconds how do i get it to record for a long period of time

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  • Anonymous May 19, 2009

    same **** happens to me...at first i thought it was the memory card cuz mine came w/ a 2gb and its only compatible up to 1gb ...so i got a 1gb mem card and it still dont work past 30-42 seconds.. also when fidling around trying to get long video clips we realized that the flash wasnt even working for still pictures

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Throw the damn thing at the wall and next time u see the person who sells this POS punch them in the face for me

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