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For taking pictures it is ok , but to make films in full HD it is too slow (eos 550), the camera stops recording after a few minutes.
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Initial post: 15 Dec 2011 00:46:31 GMT
Dr. Himesh V. Patel says:
Just a bit of info - just been looking at memory cards and the new SDXC cards, came across this -
The SDHC cards use a specific type of filing system (Fat32) which only allows a maximum of 4GB file size per file, so the recording is probably stopping when the video is long enough to take up the whole 4GB. The newer (and more expensive!) SDXC cards have much higher capacities and are capable of larger file sizes, so might be worthwhile checking them out for longer videos.
In reply to an earlier post on 15 Dec 2011 23:12:31 GMT
You are right, but in my case the size of the files was about 1.5 GB (3 min 40s) full HD. When I was only recording, nothing happened, the problem occurred when I started using AF and taking pictures (during recording). In camera manual there is information that when using cards with small speed that may happen. I didn't use cards class 10 from other manufacturer, so I can't tell what would happen.
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