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Format internal memory

I can only take 3 pictures on internal memory and then it says it is full. I have read the manual and it say to toggle to find format, I haven't been able to do that. Where is it at?

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My internal memory takes only 3 pictures. I bought an appropriate disk and all is well - and with the disk I can download to my computer.

I would not rely on the internal memory if you want to take lots of pictures.

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