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Pansonic zs20 just purchased and charged it and I'm unable to take picture camera message built in memory full???

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Is there room for additional memory? If so add some

Posted on Jan 05, 2013

  • antonia Jan 05, 2013

    how do a add memory? I have not taken a single picture as I just purchased this brand. So not sure why i'm getting message "built in memory full". Please let me know if this is a defect and should I return the camera?

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    Louis Crispino Apr 17, 2017

    The camera have very little built in memory, it is meant to be used with an SD type memory card. There is a slot for it in the battery compartment. You can also free up the internal memory by deleting any existing photos that may still be there from the previous owner.

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SOURCE: Memory Full Error

to use a memory card u have to check the manuel probably u have to buy an mmc card for storing pictures and videos as it is an sd card u have to first dormat it u can do it inside a mobile phone also

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if there is a internal memory-which there proably is-remove card and hit playback and see if there are pics-if so either download or see if you can copy onto mem card inside camera through a copy function in playback menu-simply hit delete all or find format in menu and that wil clear internal

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The built-in memory only has about 8 pictures or so. You have to buy a memory card to insert in the same section where the batteries are inserted.

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SOURCE: Error message Built in memory full. Also won't read memory card.

You need to format the internal memory with no card in the camera. Then, you need to format the memory card in the camera.

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Press menu/set...playback menu....select "copy" Make the choice to copy the internal memory to the card and select "yes".

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