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Hi, so I recently bought my first mirrorless which is a XT30. I have been shooting for some weeks and it has been fine but when I try to record a video, no matter what SD I use, I can not record more than 3/4 minutes. am I doing something wrong? would you suggest me a good SD card?
thanks in advance!

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11 hours ago, Greybeard said:

what happens after 3/4 minutes? does it just stop? do you get any messages? does it get hot?

It's like if the minimum amount of minutes available to record a video is 3/4 minutes.

 

I never had this problem with any othe camera. The SD card is empty so there is plenty space 

 

 

 

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Which sd card are you using?

The ones listed on this site are decent:

https://www.camera-rumors.com/best-memory-cards-for-fujifilm-x-t30/

but as long as your card meets the minimum requirements, it should be okay. Did you try using a different card?

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53 minutes ago, jerryy said:

Which sd card are you using?

The ones listed on this site are decent:

https://www.camera-rumors.com/best-memory-cards-for-fujifilm-x-t30/

but as long as your card meets the minimum requirements, it should be okay. Did you try using a different card?

I am using a sandisk extreme.
do you have this camera? which memory card do you use?

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Yes, I do have a X-T30. At this moment, I have a Sandisk Extreme Pro 170MB, 64 gb card in it that works just fine for what little video I record using that camera. But I have a selection of other cards that save video files also just fine, including Transcend and Lexar. But they are all rated as being fast enough for 4k recording, the slower cards made by those same companies can only record 640 or 1080p not 4k. The rating matters.

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13 hours ago, Giulia Furiato said:

It's like if the minimum amount of minutes available to record a video is 3/4 minutes.

 

I don't understand - is this the number of minutes showing at the top of the screen before you start a video?

This implies a card problem.

If not could you explain exactly what you are doing and what you are seeing.

 

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