Press the playback button. It's an arrow towards the bottom, just to the left of the SHARE button.
Press the trash can button, it's right above the arrows. You can choose to delete the current picture you're on, or all of them.
If you don't want to delete the picture you're on, and you don't want to delete all of them, then choose exit, by pressing in the middle of the four arrows.
While you have the picture shown, press the "zoom out" button. It's a "w" at the top right of your camera. This will show you a page of your photos. Choose which ones you want to delete by pressing the arrow buttons to get to them and pressing the center arrow when you see one to delete. After you have a check box by the ones you don't want any more, press the "trash can" and then choose "Selected" by pressing the down arrow then the center arrow button. Make sure you select "yes." Done.
You will probably want to think about buying a memory card. You can hold a lot more photos that way. :]
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If you have a memory card inside the camera, you have to remove it and then turn on the camera, press the photo review button and you should see what is recorded in the internal memory? You can now delete the photos or recordings off the internal memory, mind you that most internal memory on cameras are limited but to a few photos only, you are better off using a regular SD card since it has way more memory than the internal memory in the camera.
Information is not clear; however, if you mean to clear contents (photos, movies) from the internal memory, try the following.
1. Switch off, remove the SD card, re-start the camera.
2. Switch to playback mode; there you will find the photos/ videos stored in the internal memory. Manipulation of those media is normal.
Hi there internal memory means inbuilt memory. When you click the snap all photos are save in your camera internal memory. I hope you use external memory card. Go in settings and select the memory card( external) for further snaps. Then the message did not come again until full the memory card. And if you want to clear the internal memory card then connect your camera with your PC then copy the all photos from the camera & paste in computer. After that go inside the internal memory of camera via computer & delete them. Then your camera in build memory card will empty. I hope you understand . If you have any question then ask me. Thanks & waiting for your feedback.
The Internal memory and SD card are different beasts. There is a certain value that alows pics to be taken without a memory card in situe. It is this part that is saying the memory is full Use settings to clear internal meory of photos or files being held. If this oersists even after yoiu have emptied the memory you will need to take it to a Kodak outlet
Sounds like you will need to format the internal memory of the camera. This will permanently erase all the data from the internal memory and then you will be able to use it again. To format the memory: Remove the xD card from the camera - Press the Menu button - right arrow to setup - right arrow to format option. You will see format yes or no. Choose Yes and press ok. This will clear the memory so it can be used again.
This means that in order to take additional pictures, you need to use an external memory card. To clear up your internal memory, you would want to use the supplied usb cable to upload the pictures to your computer. Or you can delete these photos and this will also clear up memory space, but you would be able to retain the images.