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just got the camera... nice clean and compact... found an awesome Asian dude on youtube helped finger out what to use for software... Kodak is easy and tedious... took 2 installs the repair did nothing ... quick click and set of initi...
Record while charging?
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Today, I caught the alert, flashed and disappeared very quickly. I captured it said "Recording Stopped due to 360 CAM temperature". It will happen when you finish the first 20 minutes. You won't be able to take another 20 minutes if you don't t...
Tips: How to remove scratches from lens in 360 camera?
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Last Reply: oleg (Feb 17 2017 02:45 PM)
See this video, someone clean lens in Nikon Keymission 360 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5MAIFiDlc_c What is your advice to remove scratches from lens?
Insta360 Pro overheating
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Do you think that so professional 360 camera can overheat? Is there any system against overheating?
Insta360 Pro reviews
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Last Reply: solidss (Feb 17 2017 02:13 PM)
Few questions and answers about Insta360 Pro https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TKxmlwo1hMI What do you think about this 360 professional camera? I thought that it is smaller.

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Saved video being split?


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#1 Figmentno9

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Posted 02 December 2016 - 08:52 PM

When I record long periods it splits it up into 11:28 clips. I had a problem with it originally splitting them into 1min clips! I did a reboot to factory and it stopped.
The SD card is exfat. I tried to format it to ntfs and fat with no success. The camera won't acknowledge an SD card formatted in ntfs. Has anyone out there had this problem? Is this just the way it works? I know because of laws that digital video cameras have to split video into 30min clips. So, is this normal then?

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Posted 03 December 2016 - 06:49 AM

You could try formatting your SD card with a Linux file system.
Seems like some android devices support some of the Linux 'EXT' file systems and some don't.

I'd suggest trying EXT2.

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Posted 07 December 2016 - 06:51 AM

I've never worked with Linux. Wouldn't it need a pc with Linux installed instead of windows? Or is there a way to format on a Windows based pc? Guess I could Google it, huh?




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