Although the outside of the box says the package is ready to use, it is not. Using the disc the wording is not in English and am unable to fix this. Secondly I took only two shots and then was told the memory was full and there is no Sd card included in the original package.
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the camera has internal memory and also will have the option for external memory. If you have a sd memory card in the camera you can backup the internal memory to the sd card.
Then you can remove the sd card and put in a new sd card and you now have an sd card with your precious photo memory's copied from the camera internal memory. You may have a camera that allows two sd cards one for the photos and one to back up the photos. If you had your camera stolen or lost you would lose all the photos on the camera but with a backup sd card you still have the photo files. Also a p.c with a card reader device could read the files on the sd card and you could copy them into a cloud storage on the net or onto a network storage device or onto a usb portable drive with 2 terrabyte capacity .
Hi Please check your cameras capability to support larger sized SD cards.It may not support those two SD cards.Also check for slide locks on the side of the cards and slide them to 'open' before inserting.
I had success with this 1. Do not save any new file to memory card. 2. Connect your card to computer. You should see memory card shown as a drive letter (like H:) in My Computer. 3. Download photo recovery software, recommended one is 001 picture recovery (simply because i was using it and it worked) http://www.001-software.com/picture-recovery/ 4. Install and open the photo recovery program, select your memory drive, and click 'Start' button to start scanning process which will find your deleted photos.
Copy the existing photos on to your PC, switch off the camera. Remove the SD card and format the SD-card using a SD-card reader, this will clear all the card contents. Now try using it in your Camera again. Ideally, you should be able to save photos on this SD card. Other way would be to insert another SD card into your camera and click photos and check whether those photos are being saved into the SD card(this can be done using display option in your digicam.)
They won't. Your SD card has to be installed in your E2 and you have to load the pics (multiples if you want using your media icon on your desktop software. There are more steps which I know by heart. Do you have the desktop software?
You will probably have to reformat the SD card. This can happen once in a while as SD cards are often subjected to a lot on trips etc. Tips to good removable device use:
Careful storing your camera for extended periods of time in extreme heat or cold.
When not using an SD card for an extended period of time remove it from the camera and store it in a plastic SD card case or other storage container away from magnets, microwaves, and household pets.
When removing your camera from the computer, use the safely remove device utility in Windows, don't just yank it out.
Large capacity SD cards mean more data to lose. SD cards are like floppy disks, do not rely on your SD card to archive photos, documents, etc. Backup SD cards to your drive or burn them to CD frequently.
Remove all camera related software.
Restart the Computer.
Connect the camera
Go to My computer
Camera will appear as a new drive
Software with cameras is usually of doubtful value- best left in the box in my view
just let Windoze do the work