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New Here ,
Jun 22, 2009 Jun 22, 2009

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hey, can anybody help me. I have recorded video on Z7U in 24p mode, and as I am downloading video to my PC, there is time code all the time, I read manual, I try to turn it off in the menu display settings, and in video mode on camera as data copde, but nothing is working. What should I du?

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Advocate , Jun 23, 2009 Jun 23, 2009
BUT NOT IN A WORD LIKE TYPOS!!!!!!Ah, forget it, should have kept my big mouth shut. I don't care if people make mistakes and typos, everybody does, it just set me off when you started correcting other people when your own grasp of the written language is so tenuous.

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Advocate ,
Jun 22, 2009 Jun 22, 2009

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Contact the maker of the camera.

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Participant ,
Jun 22, 2009 Jun 22, 2009

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"What should I du?"

1. Get some help with a grammar refresher course.

2. Post your original problem in short form as your topic title. That will get you the greatest help in the shortest amount of time.

Best,

Ken

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Jun 22, 2009 Jun 22, 2009

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Mentor ,
Jun 22, 2009 Jun 22, 2009

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could be chalked up to typo's

copde is code, du is do

I frequently make typo's myself.

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Jun 23, 2009 Jun 23, 2009

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don't be jerks. sound like english is not the OP's first language.

matovalenta, as ozzwoman says, contact the camera maker, or perhaps the manual for the camera might have an answer for you.

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Advocate ,
Jun 23, 2009 Jun 23, 2009

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copde is code, du is do

I frequently make typo's myself.

Seriously, Phillip, I'd lay off correcting people, at least until you learn the correct use of the apostrophe (clue: it doesn't indicate plural).

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Mentor ,
Jun 23, 2009 Jun 23, 2009

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Kath-H wrote:

copde is code, du is do

I frequently make typo's myself.

Seriously, Phillip, I'd lay off correcting people, at least until you learn the correct use of the apostrophe (clue: it doesn't indicate plural).

In US English in some cases it does (keeping up with the Smiths' or Jones', in some case it's a contraction (it is). in some cases it denote ownership. "Those are Ken's socks (or That is Ken's sock), or Suzzie's Dresses".

In other words it depend s upon what the use is.

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LEGEND ,
Jun 23, 2009 Jun 23, 2009

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PJ


Don't post rubbish please!


In fact, why don't you confine yourself to only posting when you have something useful (and correct) to say.


You need to check your facts just as much as you need to check your spelling.

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Jun 23, 2009 Jun 23, 2009

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JJ,

The plonking script is a great relief and a good time saver.  

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LEGEND ,
Jun 23, 2009 Jun 23, 2009

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Ramón G Castañeda wrote:

JJ,

The plonking script is a great relief and a good time saver.  

Sometimes I am tempted.


Why do I read that stuff?


I must have inherited something from my mother – she taught Backward classes.


(Yes, that's what they were called in those days.)

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New Here ,
Jun 23, 2009 Jun 23, 2009

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Thank you, man,

at first, you are right about language, it is not my first,

at second, for all not answering to the point, thank you too for grammar lesson, and for me, everybody can made a mystake,

and then I have contacted manufacturer online, and I have called them, they helped me.

Just in case someone is  interested, the problem was, that I had turn on function " data code rec " , and if this is on, there is no way to get rid of it in the video, it's permanent.

So thank you all for more, less or no help. Great Spirit bless you. Martin

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Jun 23, 2009 Jun 23, 2009

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glad to hear it's fixed.

dave

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Advocate ,
Jun 23, 2009 Jun 23, 2009

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In US English in some cases it does (keeping up with the Smiths' or Jones',

BZZZZT! Incorrect.

As I said, an apostrophe does not denote plural. The plural of typo is typos.

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Guide ,
Jun 23, 2009 Jun 23, 2009

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EDITED —Wrong thread.

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Mentor ,
Jun 23, 2009 Jun 23, 2009

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believe what you may.

See what it says here http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Apostrophe

In the beginning Paragraph it state plainly in some instances can be used for Plurals

Note: contractions such a Do not = Don't, Does not = Doesn't, Is not = Isn't, Can not = Can't, will not = Won't, What is = what's and so   use what appears to be an Apostrophe.

It main use is for denoting a Possessive

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Advocate ,
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BUT NOT IN A WORD LIKE TYPOS!!!!!!

Ah, forget it, should have kept my big mouth shut. I don't care if people make mistakes and typos, everybody does, it just set me off when you started correcting other people when your own grasp of the written language is so tenuous.

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Guru ,
Jun 23, 2009 Jun 23, 2009

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Typo is a single noun

Typos is the plural for the noun

Typos' is a possessive plural

Ref: My Gregg Reference Manual 10th Edition.

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Jun 23, 2009 Jun 23, 2009

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Those reference manuals are all screwed up.

:  )

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Advocate ,
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Manual's, please

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Typos is Plural of Typo meaning more than one Typo is contraction of Typographical error

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Guru ,
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Yes, I tried that long ago with my instructor and she did not buy into that excuse.

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And just in case PJ still doesn't get it, the s makes it plural, the apostrophe makes it possessive. Use your grocer's apostrophe all you like PJ (Apple's on sale here) - just don't try and correct other people. Please.

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Apple's on sale should be either apples on sale or Apples' on sale

Your example makes it appear that the company Apple is on sale.

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Apples' on sale

No! For Christ's sake PJ!

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