Nikon KeyMission 360 Quick Setup Guide (en)

Using the Camera
Maximum Movie Recording Time
The available recording time for a single movie depends on the remaining space in a 
memory card.
• The remaining recording time for a single movie is displayed on the shooting 
screen of the SnapBridge 360/170 app.
• The actual remaining recording time may vary depending on the movie content, 
subject movement, or type of memory card.
• microSDXC memory cards with an SD Speed Class rating of 6 or faster are 
recommended for recording movies.
- Memory cards with a UHS Speed Class rating of 3 or faster are recommended 
when the image size/frame rate is 2160/24p (4K UHD) or 1920/24p.
- When using a memory card with a lower Speed Class rating, movie recording 
may stop unexpectedly.
Camera Temperature
• The camera may become hot when recording movies for an extended period of time or 
when the camera is used in a hot area. 
• If the inside of the camera becomes extremely hot when recording movies, the status 
lamps will quickly flash red and the camera will automatically stop recording.
After the camera stops recording, it turns itself off. 
Leave the camera off until the inside of the camera has cooled.
Movies Over 4 GB in Size
When a movie with a file size of more than 4 GB is recorded, the movie is divided into files 
with a maximum size of 4 GB each.
Notes About Movie Recording
Notes About Recorded Movies
• The following phenomena may be saved in movies.
- Banding may occur in images under fluorescent, mercury-vapor, or sodium-vapor 
- Subjects that move quickly from one side of the frame to the other, such as a moving 
train or car, may appear skewed.
- The entire movie image may be skewed when the camera is panned.
- Lighting or other bright areas may leave residual images when the camera is moved.
• Depending on the distance to the subject, colored stripes may appear on subjects with 
repeating patterns (fabrics, lattice windows, etc.) during movie recording and playback. 
This occurs when the pattern in the subject and the layout of the image sensor interfere 
with each other; it is not a malfunction.