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Says full card after only 35 pictures

I have always been able to take up to 250 pictures--now I can only take about 35--memory card is 128mb--is my memory card bad--camera is 3 yrs old.--any ideas

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Please check the photo settings..you will be able to store more photos if you take photos in a lesser megapixel setting than compared to a higher one..also i would suggest getting a bigger memory card like 1GB..do check with the camera manual for all the supported memory types..hope it helps!

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