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It means that the camera's internal (built-in) memory is full and cannot hold any more pictures. If you want to take more pictures, erase some of them first (make sure you download them to a computer first if you want to keep them). Alternatively, if your camera takes a memory card, put one in.
Ok so I have the same problem I went out and purchased an SD card...but it doesnt work. So I called Polaroid and you need to purchase a CLASS 6 SD card of 2gb or more for it to work properly...figures it does not say that in the manual.
Make sure you are saving your pictures to the card, not the internal memory Next, make sure you have alarge enough card to hold a good amount of pictures. Next, set your picture size to something lower. Pictures can take as much as 6MB eack or as little as 1/4 MB each.
this camera has hi-resolution which takes up a lot of memory,the internal memory of the camera is only sixteen megs. all you need is to add an sd card with 1 gbyte of memory and that will solve your problem.
I have the same camera and yes, you have to get a memory card for it. Your camera will only let you take 2 pics becuase it has little space by itself. I would recommend the 1 GB memory card. You can store up to 400 pictures on it and it is the cheapest. It is definately worth it. The pictures and video turn up very, very clear. Good luck with it!
Yes, it can. Internal memory is just there so you can try the camera out, but to effectively use it you must have a memory card. You can of course try to set the camera to lower resolution. That will give room for more pictures, but of lesser quality.
Try reformatting the memorycard to see if that helps avoiding memory errors. It should be there in the setup menu somewhere.