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Old Mar 8, 2008, 1:29 PM   #1
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well as we know, we like to be prepared.

I was for sure. did all my prepping

my 4 gig is full to capacity about a few snapshots or under 1 minute of video.

I grabbed my 1 gig never noticing the "INT" internal memory on screen

Recorded 2 scenes a total of 23 plus sec and in HD 1280x720.

I am for sure Iam way over the limit. b/c 5 secs was the max one can get.. Not 23 plus seconds.

Hmmm I am sayiing and I do not want to delete this off the cam b/c I would need to reformat the sd card but does not show in the cam, the 4 gig does, not the 1 gig.

the 1 gig will not be recognised. it is the card I always used for the A-Hd LOL something got currupted i say.

If others who own a A-Hd see if the INT memory allows you to film 1.2 I know is 5 secs. 1.6 the same 2.002 hmmm thought it be the same

that tells me a lot of info has been removed off the internal memory .
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Old Mar 8, 2008, 2:23 PM   #2
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Yes, I noticed I could shoot once when I didn't have a memory card in. I don't think there is a lot of free internal memory though. It may have been that marketing thought the camera should have some memory available so that folks could still try it out of the box if they didn't have a memory card yet.

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what I am confused with

I have 30 secs ofvideo ofHi-def before I only had 5 secs

that is awefully low. and this was before a aiptek upgrade
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fishycomics, so you are saying that after the upgrade you can now shoot more video on the internal memory? That's odd, as usually upgrades are far more likely to take more memory rather than less. Of course the code could be more efficient now, but that's quite a big difference.
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Old Mar 11, 2008, 6:03 PM   #5
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that is what I am saying.

my A-HD 1 filmed5 sec max. the Aiptek repaired one now 30 seconds

when I have both in hand I shall demo this
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