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SimplyEuphoric
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Nov 10, 2011 14:13 |  #1

I recently bought a Canon T3, and I have been playing around with the movie shooting lately. I usually can only get about 10-30 sec of movie shooting, then my camera stops (without me asking it to) and gives me a message that says, "Movie recording has been stopped automatically." Why is that?

I'm using an 8GB Promaster memory card. "Professional High Speed"


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Nov 10, 2011 14:27 |  #2

What class is that memory card?

there is a good chance that the card cant keep up with the camera.
Did you format the card?

I've had this same message come up on my t2i and it's always the card.

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Nov 10, 2011 14:29 |  #3

Yes I did format the card.
http://www.porters.com …memory-card-sdhc-8gb.html (external link)
Thats the exact card I have.


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Nov 10, 2011 14:32 as a reply to  @ SimplyEuphoric's post |  #4

I had to bump up to Class 10 when I bought mine. Looks like you have to as well.

Class 10 SD cards are what you need.


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Nov 10, 2011 14:36 |  #5

Thank you. Is a Class 10 faster?


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Nov 10, 2011 14:40 |  #6

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Nov 10, 2011 17:24 |  #7

I don't get it. How can I use class 6 cards and experience NONE of these problems? I'm guessing the quality of the card comes into play? Hell idk.




  
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Nov 10, 2011 21:37 |  #8

Class 10 cards "write" the info faster than a class 6 card. If your camera can't write the info to the card fast enough, it can't record for very long, especially if recording at 1080 over 720.
Also, I've experience video stoppage because my battery was getting low as well.


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Nov 10, 2011 21:48 |  #9

LoganR wrote in post #13382813 (external link)
I don't get it. How can I use class 6 cards and experience NONE of these problems? I'm guessing the quality of the card comes into play? Hell idk.

Your Class 6 card may have a faster write speed then his (Just a thought)

BrickR wrote in post #13383966 (external link)
Class 10 cards "write" the info faster than a class 6 card. If your camera can't write the info to the card fast enough, it can't record for very long, especially if recording at 1080 over 720.
Also, I've experience video stoppage because my battery was getting low as well.

This is also one of the big reasons as well. Memory card is what seems to be the problem as everyone stated.


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Nov 11, 2011 00:20 |  #10

Yeah, with my 7D (using CF cards, not SD cards) the slowest card I can use is a 30MB/s write speed, a SanDisk Extreme III. Anything slower and it halts the recording. Sometimes it shows a bar in the screen that indicates the buffer being filled and it can't record any more. It's simply the speed at with info can be transfered to your media. Fast cards have no issue, slow cards just can't get it done, there is too much information being transfered with these cameras.


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Nov 12, 2011 09:55 |  #11

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Is the bar on the right what you are talking about?

Because I noticed that something similar to that would pop up just before it stops recording.

I'm going to to back to the store where I got the memory card and see if they can do an exchange, because they told me that this card would work for movie recording.

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Nov 12, 2011 17:05 |  #12

yes, if you're seeing that bar it means that your card is not writing fast enough for your camera.

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Nov 12, 2011 18:50 |  #13

Promaster cards are utter ****, don't buy them. I work at a camera store that does media recovery, I get probably 10x as many promaster cards to try to recover from as any other brands.


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Nov 12, 2011 22:07 |  #14

Thanks for the heads up, what brands do you suggest?


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Nov 12, 2011 23:01 |  #15

I like SanDisk. I use their products for professional audio recordings and they never let me down. All my CF cards are SanDisk as well. Though a few weeks back I did an audio job for a TV show (Celebraty Wife Swap) and the CF cards that the production company sent out for me to record onto were made by Transcend, 32BG cards. They worked perfectly and I never got any drops or dead sectors in them. And a 60MB/s, 400x 32GB Transcend card sells on Amazon for around $66 while a simular spec SanDisk card sells for around $100 on Amazon. At this point I think I'm going to give the Transcend card a try. I know that the quality will be there with the SanDisk, but after using those Transcend cards for a week and not seeing any issues in the 7 cards they sent for me to use, I think they could be a great, cheaper alternative.


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