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Erases pictures from camera

I have downloaded the pictures and now I want to erase all of them at once without clicking the erase button 250 times. Please help, thank you Mandy

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Hi - You can download the manual by clicking the link underlined in blue below:

FinePix F30

See page 81:

Erases pictures from camera - 4b7d9fe.jpg

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Yes and in several methods as below listed. Since your posting refers to a generic problem for all digital cameras and not only an Olympus FE-230, some of the settings may have a different nomenclature or button name.
1. When you download pictures to you PC, rather than copy, select move; or
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3. If you want to erase all contents of the memory card of the camera - press on the power button, then menu button, once menu is displayed, arrow right, down to select card, right to select card setup, right to enter card setup, arrow down to select format or erase all, OK. Erase all just erases the files, format erases all and re-initialize the memory card; or
4. Remove memory card from camera and insert into a memory card reader attached to USB of your PC. The memory from the camera will be treated as a removable device and you can view, move, copy, delete/erase, format. This option seems to be most effective in viewing all contents under Windows Explorer with the view setting set to Thumbnail.
5. Connect the camera via the supplied cable to any USB port of your PC. The camera will be treated as a removable device and you can view, move, copy, delete/erase, format. This option seems to be most effective in viewing all contents under Windows Explorer with the view setting set to Thumbnail.

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1. Press the < or > buttons to display the picture you want to erase;
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Hope this be of help/idea. Pls post back should you need additional information.

Good luck and kind regards.

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