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Will not take more than a few pictures.

The camera locks up after a couple pictures. When you click on the REVIEW button, you get a PROCESSING message and the camera chugs along until the battery dies. Have tried different SD cards and New Batteries.

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  • daniel_l_mou Mar 11, 2009

    Found that it was a revision problem. upgrades the firmware and it works fine now.

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I had the same problem using a Play.com 8Gb SDHC card. I replaced it with a SanDisk 4Gb SDHC card and the problem hasn't reoccurred.

Seems these cameras don't like "cheap" SD cards.

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