Question about Cameras
I have the same problem with many and i can't find a solution. I open the camera(i mean the case), there is nothing wrong, (with the things that i know) and i don't understand whats wrong. Except that, i read all this about memory card for solutions and i don't understand what do you mean. In PenCam Trio HD you have no access to any type of memory.... obviously it should has a type of memory, but you can't see it. So if anyone could help me....! Thanks for your time
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Hi, First, lets try formatting the card. But be aware that it will erase everything on the card. 1 Turn on the camera 2 Press the Menu button 3 Toggle once to the left to get the Setup menu (the one with the hammer/wrench icon) 4 Toggle down to Format 5 Select OK and press the Set button. To perform a low-level format, press the up arrow and then the right arrow to add the check mark. After you do this, exit the menu by pressing the Menu button. Take some still photos first. Download them to the computer but don't delete them from the card yet. Disconnect the camera from the computer (or if you are using a card reader remove the card). Delete the images from the card by using the menu in the playback/review mode. Let me know if this solves anything.
Posted on Jul 02, 2007
SOURCE: Kodak Easyshare C533
This means that the internal memory of the camera is full. Apart from the external memory slot, camera's have this what you call internal memory. It is built-in to the unit itself.
What you want to do is to set the default storage to the external memory instead of the internal once.
On the Menu, navigate to image store and then choose AUTO.
Auto (default)—the camera uses the card if one is in the
camera. If not, the camera uses internal memory.
Internal Memory—the camera uses internal memory,
even if a card is installed.
Also, you would want to set the camera resolution to a lower value to. The higher the pixel rate, the bigger space it eats up in your memory storage.
Posted on Aug 15, 2009
try to remove the memory card and then format the unit without memory card.,after formatting the unit.,reset it and then format the mmc to the pc.,after 10 seconds.,insert the mmc and then power on again.,
Posted on Feb 24, 2011
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Do a BACKUP (Camera's internal memory & Memory card) and then format both of them and see whether the problem still persists. I think your camera's build in memory is full. Most of the camera's internal memory is not too big and you get these kind if massages. If you are not using an additional memory card (e.g. SD Card), I would advise you to use one.
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