Try going into your setting and check the "QUALITY" settings. It may have defaulted to the maximum 6.1mp for images, and Quicktime for video. Also, you should have the option of formatting the SD card in the camera. Try these and see if it gives you a few more photos. With a card that size, you may have to take a step down in image quality to gain a higher number of stored photos.
HI! I HAVE A PROBLEM WITH MY CAMERA KODAK V610. WHEN I OPEN IT, THE LCD SCREEN APPEARED (CAMERA ERROR # E45 AND SEE USER'S GUIDE...PLEASE HELP ME HOW TO FIX IT...I LOVE MY CAMERA SO MUCH...I HAVE SOMETHING SENTIMENTAL VALUE FOR MYSELF....I KEEP IT FOR HOW MANY YEARS...I DON'T WHAT TO DO???? I LOOK FOR THE USER GUIDE IT WASN'T THERE...HOPE TO HEAR YOU SOON. THANKS
This means the lens alignment of your camera is messed up and it will take repair service to fix it. The cost of this might be equivalent to replacing the camera- Better to call KODAK and see what they're willing to do for you.
Not supported solution is to smack the side of the camera . That helped some people with the same error .
Is the lens extended? If so, try hitting the lens a couple of times with the palm of your hand and then turning off the camera. Turn it back on and let me know what happens. Sounds crazy I know, but those things are notorious for that error and that problem. You can also try taking out the SD card and see if the error goes away. Let me know what happens. Thanks.
This problem is frequently due to weak/worn out batteries or corroded battery terminals inside the
camera. If charging/replacing the batteries does not clear the problem, remove the batteries and wipe the terminals with a soft cloth
(heavy corrosion may require a fine wire brush, steel wool, or
sandpaper). Remove any residue left in the camera by the cleaning.
Clean the terminals on the batteries in the same manner, and then
replace them in the camera. This cures most problems, but if it
doesn't work for you, check the Kodak troubleshooting guide at:
The non-functioning of the camera can be a fault in the shutter, zoom or auto focus sections and may be due to the failure of the Main control system or the drive. A simple was is to reset and we can try by removing the battery and card for some time. Now replace only the battery and while switching power ON, tap the lens hood on the palm of your hands so as to disengage any dirt or mechanism being struck. You can spray a degreasing spray on the lens hood sides and also assist the lens as it tries to come out, attempt to pull it out slowly while powering ON the camera. Also in some cases you can slid a thin film/paper on the lens hood sides to wipe out any dirt.
Tips to open and check for common faults: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v2Mj3Qp3xYU&feature=related Use some air to blow between the lenses to dislodge any sand particles struck inside. Unless you are familiar with handling of small devices must you try and open. If so check the voltage on the motor drive check the auto focus and Zoom drives, it must be free with manual movement. If jammed the motor can be removed and released. If none of these works then you can think of taking consensus with the service centre. Get estimate before you decide. It will be good to have it checked at the authorised service as you do not have to run around for spares.