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is there any way to remove recording time limit on Nikon D3300?

Hey i have Nikon D3300 for a while and i notice i have only 10 minute recording for 1080P 60FPS i thought its SD Card issue, so i bought 128GB SD Card yet the time is still limited to 10 minute, is there any way to remove this limit?
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the limit is probably due to the file size, can you check how big a 10 minute video is?

i guess around 4GB or less and they have the limit so they can use FAT32 as file system and not pay anything to microsoft to use NTFS

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1 minute ago, Pixel5 said:

the limit is probably due to the file size, can you check how big a 10 minute video is?

i guess around 4GB or less and they have the limit so they can use FAT32 as file system and not pay anything to microsoft to use NTFS

just wait 5 to 10 minutes hang on

 

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41 minutes ago, Pixel5 said:

the limit is probably due to the file size, can you check how big a 10 minute video is?

i guess around 4GB or less and they have the limit so they can use FAT32 as file system and not pay anything to microsoft to use NTFS

yeah its 3,99 GB at 1080P 60FPS

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15 minutes ago, New display name REQUIRED said:

yeah its 3,99 GB at 1080P 60FPS

than this is the answer, they didnt wanna pay the license fee for NTFS and didnt want to deal with the complexity of making new files on the fly without dropping frames so they limit you to 4GB per file or in this case about 10 minutes.

No way to remove that sadly.

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15 minutes ago, Pixel5 said:

than this is the answer, they didnt wanna pay the license fee for NTFS and didnt want to deal with the complexity of making new files on the fly without dropping frames so they limit you to 4GB per file or in this case about 10 minutes.

No way to remove that sadly.

hmm, ok thanks for your help btw

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3 hours ago, Pixel5 said:

than this is the answer, they didnt wanna pay the license fee for NTFS and didnt want to deal with the complexity of making new files on the fly without dropping frames so they limit you to 4GB per file or in this case about 10 minutes.

No way to remove that sadly.

cameras use fat32 or exfat, ntfs is not a typical format used by cameras for the memory card

also, some cameras film continuously and create ~4gb chunks like gopro cameras without dropping frames

the nikon d3300 has a recording limit mainly because it is not a video camera. it is a photo camera.  google why dslrs have recording limit and you will find explanation that it has the limit to avoid some tax

you can bypass this limit if you record to an external device like atomos ninja, if the camera can do clean hdmi output

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no one makes 3rd party firmware so their isn't a fix like magic lantern on canon.

the limit use to be 30 mins to not count as a camcorder. that law is now gone, canon still puts one on because consumers don't know any better

 

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