Hi, I'm not sure but I think the issue here s.besten fits in the thread.
I would soon buy me a Canon EOS 550D and I've seen that can hold the camera only 4GB of data indicating that the major points in the memory card should be formatted Fat32 ..
Do you think that the camera might be a memory card to the NTFS format, even if not accepting exFAT? So I just might make videos a bit longer synonymous for ca.10min in Full HD, in my opinion, not much.
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Antwort von Axel:
So I just might make videos a bit longer synonymous for ca.10min in Full HD, in my opinion, not much.
To record a speaker or for a live recording are the DSLRs FAT or not liable. The chip is hot, and then the bad picture. DSLRs are suitable for scenic work, synonymous for bildbetonte documentaries, but not for features with longer settings. Wrong camera for that.
Antwort von rush:
Without knowing the Canon .... The camera is the formatgebende medium - you can not format your memory card to your taste and then somehow use. The file system of the camera sets clear in which direction the wind is blowing and you have to reformat your card and how it is formatted in the camera:)
Apart from Fat32 is not necessarily the problem ... With the respective "command" or various tools allow us to join separate clips at any time ... you have Memory card camcorders ".... exactly the same "problem what is said as a not really.
In the DSLR's are mW but strikes at the customs legislation to the camera not to have to declare it as a camcorder ... Therefore, according to the latest final 29:59 min ... then you need to start recording again.
How then is the current state of things, however ... no plan.
Certainly there are ways to bypass the firmware synonymous. I do not know with out.