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Memory is full

Hi,

I bought a Mitsuba DV9002 in August. It has a slot for a SD card and a slot for a DVD. I have tried to record to the 4G SD card only, the DVD only, and I have even tried to record with both in the camera and I must not have it on a correct setting because after 3 minutes the camera says that memory is full. I am assuming that it is only recording to the memory on the camera and not to the SD card or DVD.

The instruction manual is not very helpful with troubleshooting.

Please help!

Thanks,

Gretchen

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  • mhorton5 Nov 01, 2008

    Same probles as Peanut_06

    mhorton5

  • dandoo78 Nov 30, 2008

    Does anyone know the max. SD card you can use, I was thinking of getting a 2GB. I tried to send company an e-mail, it came back as mailbox full!

  • Anonymous Feb 24, 2009

    I have this same problem, I wonder if the camera was worth buying. I tried to record my church services on Sunday. The instructions are not very clear or helpful

  • Peanut_06 Mar 18, 2009

    I will try a small SD card and see if that will work.

    Thanks everyone!

  • ptnana65-bus Mar 24, 2009

    I am able to film to the 2 gig card which is recommended in the "instructins" However, I cannot figure out how to film or transfer to the DVD. Any solutions?

  • hayesc Apr 30, 2009

    I am having the same problems as you. The camcorder says after 3 minuts the memory card is full. I need help as it woun't record ofter the memory is full. I have purchesed 2 sd cards and the last one said it was good for 1hr and a half. But still after 3 minuts it says the memory card is full. Can you help? kiki

  • lisa3m38 May 21, 2009

    i am having the same problem with my camera only recording on internal memeory and I dont see any settings on the menu to switch to the mini dvd recording or memory card. I have a 4 gig mem card but will try a smaller one to c if that works but now I have bought the mini dvd's and would like to know how to record on them too. How do I do this?

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You can only use a 2GB SD card. It is in the manual. I'm not sure on dvd.

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Take out your SD card, shut off the camera, then turn back on and go straight to the picture or video window and when it shows you the image click the small menu button next to the led button. this will get you into the menu for the video or picture setting. scroll down to delete. Click the menu button again and scroll to delete. Hit the menu button again and it will erase all the internal memory. Remember this devise only runs on mega bites so the internal memory is really small that is why an SD card is really preferred. However my camera will only recognize a 1gig SD card. My 4gig card does not work even though I read another reader posted that they only use a 4gig SD card. I brought my camera to the store to find out how much GIG it could handle. A 4 gig would fit my needs much better.

Posted on Jan 05, 2009

  • gublet Jan 05, 2009

    I bought this same camera and had it tested at the store and it will only handle a 1 gig SD card. Video is only 35 minute capacity.

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You can only use 1024mb or 1 GB in this unit. I had the same problem and bought a 1 gb which now works. Someone did say you can use a 2gb but have not tried one yet
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The instruction manual should have instructions on how to set it to use the SD or DVD. I'll have to find myself a copy and figure it out for you. if you have the manual on a CD or on your computer

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