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Not keeping photos in memory

When I take a picture it stays on the screen for so long that quite often I miss a good shot a few secinds later.If i turn the camera off or the batteries go flat before the picture on the screen dissappears then it doesnt save the picture in my memory. I lost 100 photos of a school 5 mile run for childrens cancer research last week and it only saved 8. Why ?????? It is so frustrating as it takes minutes to save the picture. I have turned off the 'quick veiw' but I just get a black screen for the same length of time.What am I doing wrong ? Please can you give me some advice as am about to put it in the bin....................

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Memory card hi well when my merory card is in the camera i see every picture but when inserted into laptop i dont see every picture? im missing around about 2-300 photos that are really important. also...

Maybe those shots you took were in the raw mode, If so then you have to convert them with the Nikon software that camera with the camera,to view them in your laptop, Try installing that software then view them again, Hope this helps,

Aug 22, 2013 | Nikon D60 Digital Camera

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Loss of photos on Nikon D100

there is no way to retrive the photos but you can take it to the repair center they have csome data recovery softwares that may help you.


Sep 22, 2008 | Nikon D100 Digital Camera

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When on photo shoots camera will let me take a few pictures then gives a busy light and won't let me take another piucture until busy light goes off. I am missing alot of shots over this problem

The problem is that the camera can take pictures faster than it can write them to memory. It buffers a few in a high-speed memory location, but once that memory is filled, it has to be emptied to your memory card.

Your options are:
Use a smaller image size. Most cameras support small, medium, and large formats. Typically something like 2 Mpix, 5 Mpix, and 10 Mpixel images. Smaller images take less time to write to the memory card. If you are shooting in RAW format, this makes the problem even worse. If you don't know what RAW format is, you probably aren't using it.

Depending on the camera, it might support a higher speed than the memory card. SD is slower than SDHC, which is slower than SDXC. Check your manual and see what the maximum speed your camera can support and ensure your card is at least that fast. (IF the card is faster than the camera's ability to write, that doesn't improve things more than having a card as fast as the camera).

Be careful with your shots. There is probably an icon or counter that shows how many pictures left until if stops taking pictures. If something good is coming up, hold of on taking any pictures.

Buy a camera with either a bigger buffer or a higher speed interface to the memory card. I know, this one is a drag. My first DSLR could take only 9 pictures, then same problem.

Feb 27, 2011 | Digital Cameras

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My sony dsc-s730 camera comes up with file error and a blue screen when i look back at some pictures taken, i keep losing really good pics to it how do i fix this?

Format memory card and check, if problem exist then replace memory card in camera.
Note: Format will delete all photo data on memory card so copy photo files before format.

Jun 21, 2009 | Sony Cyber-shot DSC-S730 Digital Camera

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Sony cybershot DSC-T2 has a blue screen on playback

Dont worry, you can recover photos from camera with photo recovery software, recommended asoftech photo recovery as it helped me before. Download the software from
Camera Picture Recovery Software

Here's a good tutorial you can follow
Restore images from Camera

Dec 26, 2008 | Sony Cyber-shot DSC-T2 Digital Camera

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Problem with new memory card


I read an article about the same problem.....
Ill tell you the information about it.....

There are few situations when you find that your memory card is not functioning as expected and instead of data, you are getting few error messages:

· “ Memory Card Error”
· “Card Not Initialized”
· “Read Error”

Display of either error message forces the user to think of solution as the affected memory card may be the house of the relevant digital data including photos, videos and audios.

Most of such error messages are curable through formatting the card.
As you said you have tried this already but no success......

So your card is suffering from the problem that the card is corrupt harshly.

This is the worst defect in the memory cards......So better get it changed..

The memory card corruption reveals that the data will remain inaccessible as formatting has failed to cure the issue. So the best deal would be to have photo recovery software. Photo recovery is also required in case of formatting success.
Picture recovery is quite practical through photo recovery software which benefits the users through their scanning ability and power to address each specific case of photo loss.........

Hope my info helps you.........

Oct 07, 2008 | Fuji FinePix A605 Digital Camera

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Sharp photos on camera but very blurred when downloaded

Two things:

1.Digital cameras do not do well in low light, unless you want to spend $750 and carry around a bulky camera. The smaller and thinner the digital camera, the less you can expect high IQ(Image Quality) in certain types of conditions; low light, moving objects, long zoomed shots when camera has no IS(Image Stabilization), and long flash shots(Flash is only good to about 10Feet.

2.Your cameras display is small compared to a computers display, so the picture will look better on the camera because you cannot see the detail(pixels) as well as a much larger computer display. If you limit your prints to standard 3X5 or 4X6 or 5X7 view, then you will get a better idea if they are worth keeping for printing in these sizes later.

Read digital photo forums and start with your manual under Taking Pictures, or such, to learn about digital photography and how to live with limitations.

I think you will find the advantages far outweigh the limitations.

Apr 07, 2008 | Praktica SlimPix Digital Camera

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Lost Pictures

I'd recommend that you follow this digital camera photo recovery guide as soon as possible to recover those pictures.

Mar 25, 2008 | Nikon Coolpix 4600 Digital Camera

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Black Screen/Viewfinder

Mine too! Thank you so much for posting this issue!!

Apr 22, 2007 | Canon PowerShot SD100 / IXUS II Digital...

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Olympus C2000 picture quality

There are so many variables that effect your exposure. Batteries, ISO rating, shutter, aperture, etc. Remember your pictures are digital, and you should have a good graphics program to make adjustments (e.g. Paint Shop Pro, Photoshop, Photo Deluxe, etc.). I suspect your pictures are under- exposed due to weak batteries from using the flash so much. The only batteries suitable are NiMHs. NiCad or Alkalines will not cut it.

Sep 11, 2005 | Olympus Camedia C-2000 Zoom Digital Camera

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