Originally Posted by Fugitive_Bill
Thanks Tom. Unfortunately it's must be a V1 as it uses the same USB as the #16, which I presume is the standard port you mention. Thanks anyway. I'll just get another #16 I think. I'd rather do that miss out on classic video footage.
PS: I Just did a test record with the #11 and worked fine.
2/Pressed the shutter button until the Yellow LED flashed 3 times and went out.
3/Scanned around the workshop/shed for 30 seconds.
4/ Pressed Shutter button again to stop recording (3 flashes again) and it shut down.
5/RESULT: Perfect it recorded.
However the problem is out in the bright sunlight at the field it's very hard to confirm that these flashes are actually happened and more than once I've ran through the sequence a couple a of times because unsure if recording, only to possibly shut it off when it WAS recording!!
At least with the Flashing record LED you know for sure it's there is gunna be a VIDEO
Yep, it's a V1. You might try drilling out the hole over the LED a tiny bit get a better angle into the LED. I used to shield the hole with my hand and/or body to better see the LED as well when in bright sun.