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How can i erase all the photos at one time.

I seem to delete them but they're still there and I can't find them under album...only invidually.

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  • brendanok Dec 21, 2008

    I actually have a Cyber-Shot 8.1 Mega Pixel camera...but I couldn't find that match on your site. It's not a 10.1. It's the Carl Zeiss model. A few years old. Thanks.

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There should be a format option somewhere
delets all pictures and fixes that delete problem

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