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Movies
Selecting Movie Options
In Movie options, you can select the type of movie depending on how you plan
to use the movie.
*1 Approximate maximum total recording time for the memory card is indicated as a guide. Actual
total recording time varies depending on the make of memory cards even when they have the
same memory capacity.
*2 To prevent TV movie 640 from ending unexpectedly, use card rated for 10MB/s.
Movies
Movies are recorded as QuickTime movie files with the extension “.MOV” and can be played
back on a computer after transfer.
Option Description
Max. recording time*1
Memory
Memory
card
About
32 MB
(for P1)
About
16 MB
(for P2)
256
MB
Q
TV movie
640
Movies are recorded at 30 frames per
second. Each frame is 640 × 480 pixels. 25 s 11 s 3 m
35 s*2
R
TV movie 640
Movies are recorded at 15 frames per
second. Each frame is 640 × 480 pixels. 50 s 22 s 7 m 15 s
S
Small size 320
(default setting)
Movies are recorded at 15 frames per
second. Each frame is 320 × 240 pixels.
1 m 39 s
45 s
14 m 15 s
U
Smaller size
160
Movies are recorded at 15 frames per sec-
ond. Each frame is 160 × 120 pixels. Small
size allows longer movies to be recorded.
5 m 27 s 2 m 30 s 47 m 5 s
V
Time-lapse
movie
Camera takes up to 1800 stills at speci-
fied intervals and joins them to create
silent movie with frame rate of 30 frames
per second and frame size of 640 × 480
(
c
83). Shoot flowers opening, a butter-
fly emerging from a cocoon, etc.
9.9 s
(298
frames)
4.5 s
(136
frames)
60 s
(1800
frames)
W
Sepia movie
320
Record sepia-toned movies at 5 frames
per second and frame size of 320 × 240.
1 m 39 s 45 s
14 m 15 s
X
B/W movie 320
Record black-and-white movies at 15 frames
per second and frame size of 320 × 240.
1 m 39 s 45 s
14 m 15 s
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