The Panasonic LUMIX FZ2500 has no video recording limit for all formats. However, that limit is dependent upon multiple factors like camera settings, media storage size, camera power, and internal camera temperature. See details and notes below for more information.
Maximum continuous video recording times for the Panasonic LUMIX FZ2500
1When using an SDHC memory card: Video will be recorded and played back in separate files if the file exceeds 4GB.
2When using an SDXC memory card: Video will be recorded and played back in separate files if the continuous recording time exceeds 3 hours, 4 minutes or if the file exceeds 96GB (whichever occurs first).
3You can continue recording without interruption even if the continuous recording time exceeds 30 minutes or the file size exceeds 4GB, but the motion picture file will be divided and recorded/played back separately.
4You can continue recording without interruption even if the file size exceeds 4GB, but the motion picture file will be divided.
MP4 [FHD or HD]
The maximum available continuous recording time will be displayed on the screen.
The higher the bit rate value is, the higher the picture quality becomes. Since the camera employs the VBR (variable bit rate) recording method, the bit rate is changed automatically depending on the subject to record. As a result, the recording time is shortened when a fast-moving subject is recorded.
An increase of the camera’s internal temperature may cause recording to stop before the maximum recording time is reached.