Question about Nikon COOLPIX S220 Digital Camera
Pictures were accidentally taken with memory stick out of camera. Great shots of our grandson but unable to get them from WHEREVER they are in my camera. Please help me! They disappeared when I put memory stick in......thought I'd lost them. When memory stick removed, I was able to see them again as I went back through pictures as I would with stick in.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Missing pictures
The error message “card cannot be read" means there was and error when the camera tried to access the memory card. To fix this you should make sure you are using the right kind of memory card, which for this kind of camera is a SD card, and it does not support SDHc cards. Since this camera uses SD cards I would make sure the slider on the side of the card is not set to the locked position. If this doesn't help I would make sure the memory card connecters are clean, and if they're not you can use a rubber eraser to clean them up. I hope this helps!
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Posted on Jun 11, 2008
SOURCE: sd memory card cannot be used
This happenes when you remove the card while read/write process is still going on. Try some professional service who will retive the data for you from the mem card. Hope this helps.
Posted on Jan 19, 2009
The main difference between the two shooting conditions is the amount of light you have to work with. For the indoor action shots, set the ISO setting to the highest available through the menu (1600 ISO) to maximize the ability of the camera to work with the diminished light. The other (but more expensive) way to achieve better indoor shots is with the use of a "faster" lens, ie one with a lower maximum f stop number (f2.8 is faster than f3.5, for instance). Also ensure you are shooting with your lens at its widest f stop setting (lowest number).
Posted on Jul 26, 2009
Sounds like your computer or the software program you're using to download your pics is set to automatically erase the card after the download.
Posted on Aug 15, 2009
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