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No pictures My camera stopped saving pictures onto the memory of the camera and the memory card. I tried buying a new memory card, but the camera won't save the picutures. It will show the picture right after it's taken but when I try to review the picture it's not found.

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I also had the same problem - Finally solved it by reformatting the Memory Card on my Home Computer.
Note - It was not solved by using the delete pictures function on the V1253 Camera.
The problem only occured after I had used a friends Computer to delete pictures only from the Memory card.
Hope this helps!

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