When turning on my camera, a picture on my internal memory pops up for a split second. How do I delete it , or any other pictures in my internal memory and how do I prevent this from happening again. I have formatted the camera with and without the chip.
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This camera has small internal memory like 32MB to store few pictures and shows no memory space message after storing these few picture files. You need to insert memory card in camera and go to menu and select Copy option to copy internal memory images into memory card then take out memory card from camera and delete internal memory pictures one by one or perform format memory to delete all of them at once.
I copied this from Kodak website Good Luck! How do I transfer pictures from the internal memory of my KODAK Digital Camera to a memory card? Follow these steps:
On the camera, press Review and then Menu. Select Image Storage. Change to Internal Memory. In the menu listing, scroll down to Copy, and select OK. Select a single picture, or select All. When you have finished copying pictures, reset the Image Storage location to your original setting. NOTE: You can also use a card reader to transfer picture files to a memory card. For more information on card readers and memory cards, go to KODAK Memory Cards
Take out memory card, if any, from Sony DSC-S650 camera memory slot Go to Menu, Settings and Format memory This will delete all picture files in internal memory and refresh it for next few pictures. Internal memory is not big to store many pictures, use memory stick in camera to store many many pictures.
Your camera might be using the internal memory in saving those pictures.
You can press the Review button and press the left and right arrow to view the previous, next picture or video. You need to press the Delete button in each of them that you wan to delete. You might want to transfer your pictures and videos on the computer first before deleting them.
Then to set the memory card for the camera to save those images instead of the internal memory, just press Menu, then press either up or down button until you see Image Storage. Choose Auto; this option chooses the memory card if it is inserted on the camera.
Take out memory card from camera, format internal memory to delete all pictures at once or delete them one by one. Once memory card is inserted in camera, internal memory is no longer available to store/ delete pictures so remove memory card from camera to get access to internal memory.
Check this Manual and refer to Formatting internal memory or an SD or MMC Cards. You have to choose "Image storage" to "Internal" from the settings menu (Read the Manual). And there will be images there, delete them and then make the storage back to "Auto". The camera writes quickly to internal memory, so even after you've filled the buffer (it holds four 3.1-megapixel shots), you can snap one more picture in just a few seconds. (Source:Kodak) If i was helpful, kindly do Rate!
HAVE YOU TRYED PUTTING THE PICTURES ON YOUR COMPUTER SO YOU DONT LOOSE THEM BUT THEN YOU'LL ABLE TO DELETE THEM OFF YOUR CAMERA ? TO RELEASE THE INTERNAL MEMORY YOU'LL HAVE TO DELETE THE PICTURES MOST CAMERAS HAVE LIMITED MEMORY AND IF USEING A SETTING LIKE HD PICTURES WILL USE UP ALOT OF THE MEMORY TRY SETTING YOUR CAMERA TO TAKE PICTURES IN A SMALLER FORMAT LIKE VGA OR A SMALLER RESOLUTION
Once you took pictures without a memory card, all pictures taken will automatically be saved on the INTERNAL MEMORY of the camera.
When taking pictures with a memory card, all pictures are just saved on the memory card itself.
If you are seeing 100-757 on the LCD screen. It means that there are already 757 pictures taken from the first time you've used the camera.
It is possible that some of the pictures are in the internal memory and some are in the memory card.
STEPS to DOUBLE CHECK:
1) Remove memory card out of the camera - Turn on camera - View pictures on the internal memory by just pressing on the PLAY mode button
(lowest of the 3 little buttons) - Pictures seen are just the ones saved on the internal memory
2) Return memory card back in the camera - Turn on camera - View pictures on the internal memory by just pressing on the PLAY mode button (
lowest of the 3 little buttons) - Pictures seen are just the ones saved on the memory card itself
*** If you want to transfer pictures on the internal memory of the camera to your MEMORY CARD, you just have to follow the steps below:
- Make sure there is a memory card inside the camera - Turn on camera - Press on PLAY mode button to view pictures - Press MENU/OK button - Keep scrolling to the right until you see COPY TO CARD - Select YES using the arrow keys - Press MENU/OK to confirm * When you've done these steps, all pictures from the INTERNAL MEMORY of the camera will be copied to your MEMORY CARD but it depends on the space left on your memory card
** If still, you could not view the pictures, it's possible that the pictures are really gone when you have transferred the previous pictures to your computer.
** Once you have transferred pictures to your PC, and you have deleted those on your camera, the FILE NAME of the pictures will not start from 100-001 again unless you have reset the file name on the settings of your camera.
In example, i already have 256 pictures on my camera so the filename reads 100-256 for the last picture taken. And then i decided to transfer those 256 pictures to my PC and i deleted those immediately after being transferred. So, as i took another picture, FILENAME will start with 100-257 if i have not reset the FILE NAME settings to 100-001.