Just discovered the same limitation on my Kodak Z5010. There is no reference to the limit in the literature.
Thu, 26 Jan 2012 20:16:23 +0300
Here is what I know.. I just discovered a Hidden Menu on my Kodak Easyshare c180 camera. It will (should work on yours)
Take an SD card and create a folder named Hidden Menu (exactly like that)
Remove the SD card from your computer, and place it back into your camera.
Go into settings in your camera, click on the "About" selection, and it should display your firmware version etc.
NOW!! While in the ABOUT screen, Hold down the DELETE icon on your camera, and press the RIGHT button. (the four way buttons that allow you to move through menus and photos, press the right one)...Bingo, it should appear. Go through the hidden menus and keep going through them (DO NOT MESS ANYTHING UP.. LIKE NAND PARTITIONS OR NAND ANYTHING.. Don't modify what you don't know)find 10 minute video limit.
Hopefully that works, if not, just look up your camera model for secret menu... This is the debug menu in which people who put these cameras up on display can set things like auto-shutoff, and read only memory, and 10 minute video option
Tue, 16 Oct 2012 23:36:58 +0400
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