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  1. So I shot this video this weekend, awesome footage, however there were a few files that ended up like the one I attached. Any advice or help??
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    It doesn't matter that it's a GoPro video, or some other camera. When you see something like this, it's either a sensor(camera) issue, or a memory card issue. Try formatting your SD card next time before shooting. If it keeps happening, contact GoPro Tech Support.
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  3. Thanks for the reply! The weird thing is, the video before and after was good. Makes me think its a sd card issue...it is.....well...aged. I threw in that it was from a gp2 because I know there've been issues with it.

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    Was the camera pointed toward the sun? That would cause something like that to happen too. Since you said the rest of the footage was ok.
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  5. Nah, it was strapped to an rc airplane, I was filming some buddies on dirt bikes. There were times it might have been pointed at the sun, but the majority of the time it wasnt.

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    I had one of those in my pocket, and forgot to swap the back door with the waterproof one. The camera was submerged in a river for 10 minutes before I realized what I did. I let it sit on a paper towel for a whole day with a fan blowing on it, and it worked!

    They're good little cameras.
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