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Allows only 2 photos without a SD card?

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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  • mannsell Feb 05, 2009

    Thank you for sending a solution. I now have to trudge through the snow to buy a sd card. The wording on the box should have stated clearly the package did not include one. I shall never buy another Polaroid product.

  • Dshif2009 Mar 13, 2009

    I was very disappointed when I received my new Polaroid i1035 digital camera, and then could only take TWO photos before the internal memory was full. I could not believe it came with no memory card. What a disappointment!

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Almost all camera should have a sd card
find a sd card somewhere and try that
there should be a menu on there to change lan.
I hope this works

Posted on Feb 05, 2009

  • jim beckwith Feb 05, 2009

    sorry about that

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