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L18 No images in memory when playing back

Just got the L18. Have tried with a 2GB SD card, and also without (just using internal memory). Using 'easy-auto' mode (to keep it simple), I have tried numerous pictures. The camera takes the pic, but playback shows: 'No images in memory'. Bad camera, or am I missing something? Owners manual not indicating the problem. Thanks

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  • c1carroll Dec 14, 2008

    nevermind...my mistake. With this camera, you need to hold the shutter button long enough for full focus to complete, before the picture gets taken. Seems a bit long, but at least I now know it works.

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Solution was simple. I hadn't held down the shutter button long enough to fully capture the shots.

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I have a Pentax Kx and recently bought an 8Gb memory card. However I get a lot of blank images with the error message 'image cannot be displayed' especially if I use the continuous shooting mode....


Dear,

First of all you need to confirm that what kind of memory card your are using. The officially recommended type and brands are here

Toshiba *SD Memory Card - Capacities: 512MB to 2GB *SDHC Memory Card - Capacities: 4GB to 32GB


Panasonic *SD Memory Card - Capacities: 512MB to 2GB *SDHC Memory Card - Capacities: 4GB to 32GB

SanDisk *SD Memory Card - Capacities: 512MB to 2GB *SDHC Memory Card - Capacities: 4GB to 32GB

rather than these might be problematic or not compatible...
Check this first

Best of luck!

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I found one in my desk at work. It's missing a memory card thus no one is using it. What kind does it take? Can it be by any brand?


It can take a SD memory card or SDHC memory card, recommended brands: SanDisk, Toshiba and Panasonic from 128 MB to 4 GB capacities.

The manual and other information for the Coolpix L18 is available from Nikon: http://www.nikonusa.com/Nikon-Products/Product-Archive/Digital-Camera/25596/COOLPIX-L18.html . The list of memory cards is on page 91.

I hope this helps.

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How much memmory support does it provide nikon coolpix p4 vr


The P4 has about 23MB of internal memory, which might hold five pictures at the camera's best resolution. The camera also accepts SD cards up to 2GB in size, which should hold several hundred pictures. And, of course, you can use multiple cards.

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When I take a picture it goes to internal memory and not to my sd card. What is wrong?


First, make sure you're using a supported card. The C340 works with MMC and SD cards. If your card is larger than 2GB then it's actually an SDHC card and won't work.

If you do have a supported card, make sure the image storage location is set to Auto. In the Review mode, press the Menu button then select Image Storage (camera and memory card symbol).

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Display reads "images recorded in internal memory" but there are none and I can't take more than 4 pictures until the camera says the memory is full. Also the memory card says it is full after 7 pictures,...


hi, the memory card you are using is to small for the camera it has not got enough memory on it you need to get at least a 1gb memory card or 2gb memory this will then allow you to take between 500 and 1000 pictures the 16mb card you have in is not worth using it will only hold a couple of pictures so go to the well known auction site and buy a 2gb memory card of the same type such as sd card or micro sd or mini sd it should tell you on the 16mb card what type it is then just buy the same type but with either 1gb or 2gb or even 4gb of memory this will then let you take 1000s of pictures

the 16mb card is no good in your camera get a bigger card and your problem will be solved

let me know if you have any problems with the new card ok

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Memory card saying "full" when its not


Your problem is that you are using an incompatible type of memory card.

Your camera was designed to use SD cards with a maximum capacity of 2GB. It cannot use larger capacity models, and is also incompatible with the later SDHC cards.

SDHC cards are the same shape and will fit your camera, but have differences beneath the skin and so won't work properly in your camera. Without any memory card in place your camera uses internal memory; it's then only by lucky chance that your camera has sufficient SDHC compatibility to allow you to transfer the internal memory image to the SDHC card when you subsequently insert it into your camera.

Your only solutions are to either use an SD card with a maximum capacity of 2GB or to replace the camera with a later model which is fully SDHC compliant.

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Lens will not extend, screen is black, ''no image'' message


Make sure you are using a 2GB SD card or smaller. Make sure the camera is set for Camera Mode not Playback. That is the switch that shows a camera or a square with an arrow in it. When the camera is in play back the lens will not come out until the camera is set for camera mode. The no image in playback will occur every time you use an SDHC type memory card. Formatting the memory will not make the camera take the SDHC type cards since it was never designed to use them.

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I lost the usb cable for my camera and am trying to remove images from the internal sd card. how can i do this?


For your USB
> Contact kodak store at 1 888 369 6600 ask for KODAK USB Cable, Model U-8 or simply log on to www.kodak.com/go/shop.

To remove images from the internal memory of the camera
1. Turn the Mode dial to Favorites
2. Press the Menu button
3. Highlight delete or the minus icon, then press the OK button.
All pictures stored in the Favorites section of internal memory are removed.
4. Press the Menu button to exit the menu

** Kodak CD33 has 16 MB internal memory and it has a slot for MEMORY CARD 3428db8.jpginternal memory is different to memory card. You can use the camera without memory card but it's only up to 16MB while if your using s memory card you can load up to SD Memory Card 2 GB.
16MB if camera is set to 2MP it will only take about 2-5 photos while if your using a Memory card with a size of 1GB and camera is set to 2MP about 1137 photos.
* Contact Kodak support line @ 1 800 235 6325 (23KODAK)

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Internal memory photos download to sd card


1. Ensure memory card is inside camera.

1. Turn on camera.

2. Press Review button on back of camera

3. Then Press Menu Button on back of camera

4. Select "Image Storage" option (by depressing the joystick on RHS of back of camera).

5. Select "Internal Memory" option (by depressing the joystick on RHS).

6. Select "Continue"

7. Press Menu button.

8. Press "Review" button

9. Press "Review" button again.

10. Press "Menu" button.

11. Scroll down to "Copy" and select this option by depressing the joystick.

12. Scroll down to "All", then select by depressing the joystick.

13. Contents should now copy over from internal memory to SD card.

14. Don't forget to reselect Auto detection of SD card afterward. This is done by turning camera off then back on again. Press "Review". Press "Menu". Select "Image Storage". Select "Auto". Select "Continue".

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