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Problem with taking picture with SD card

My camera works fine with internal memory and for picture reviewing.
When I'm trying to take picture on SD card first few photos are OK, than blwck screen and black photos. Green battery icon in lower left corner.
With newly charged battery I can take up to 10 pictures, after turning off and then on - 3-4 max.
I tried:
1.to reset camera settings
2.3 different SD cards
3.2 batteries
4.TO format SD card on PC
5.To format SD card in camera
6.TO clean contacts with alcohol.

All without any success.

Any other suggestions/recommendations.

THanks

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The only thing I can recommend is using the brands of memory cards that Casio recommends. They are Panasonic, San Disc, Toshiba. Make sure the card is formatted with the camera before use.

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